New Years Celebration Tours

  • New Year's Celebration 4 nights

    4 Nights, December 29 to January 2

    From $2,581 per person. SOLD OUT

    Join the fun, fireworks and festivities around Reykjavik. New Year's eve in Iceland certainly goes with a bang! The sky at midnight lights up with fireworks as the Icelanders enjoy their celebration. This exclusive tour package includes 4 nights in Reykjavik. During your stay a number of excursions and activities are included, such as the Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir hot springs, Reykjavík city tour, visit to a traditional Icelandic open-air village museum, Viking restaurant with an experience of traditional medieval music, Icelandic horse show, geothermal greenhouse visit at a local farm, a geothermal power plant exhibition and the Blue Lagoon. The New Year's Gala Dinner is enjoyed at the spectacular Harpa concert and conference hall, which is located in the city center close to the old marina harbor. The square in front of Harpa is an ideal location for viewing fireworks over Reykjavik downtown, and it is the only place in town with a countdown to midnight that appears on the glass facade of the famous building.

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  • New Year's and Northern Lights Adventure in South Iceland

    4 Nights, December 29 to January 2

    From $1,924 per person SOLD OUT

    Celebrate New Year's in a casual and Icelandic way. Explore Reykjavík, the Reykjanes peninsula, the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle and the South Coast. Stay in simple hotels and cottages in Reykjavík and South Iceland; all rooms with private shower/wc. Discover and experience how Icelandic countryside people celebrate New Year's eve... and of course hunt for the Northern Lights!

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  • New Years Elite

    6 Nights, christmas and/or new years

    From $3,323 per person

    This is a unique tour. A combination of a small group tour and New Years Eve in Iceland. You will enjoy hunting for the Northern Lights, visit the remote West and the popular South, including the Golden Circle, the Waterfalls and the Glaciers in the South as well as the famous Jokulsarlon Glacier lagoon. The Northern lights are one of the great natural wonders of the world, illuminating the night sky with continually changing patterns of iridescent color and producing a natural laser show. Our New Years/Christmas Celebration tour will take you to western Iceland where you will get to explore beautiful landscapes, stay in a country lodge, and hunt for the spellbinding northern lights. And if you like to spend the New Years evening in Reykjavik the fireworks and bonfires are a unique experience. In 2016 we had a combo of fireworks, bonfires and northern lights. You can set your own dates, but please note that availability is extremely limited. This tour is flexible and the dates and itinerary can be arranged in a difference sequence than shown here. Talk to us about your Christmas/New Years Celebration and we will find the perfect solution for you.

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  • Northern Lights and Glacier Lagoon New Year

    4 Nights, December 28 to January 1

    from $2,990 SOLD OUT

    Visit Iceland over New Year. Explore Iceland's most popular sites such as the Golden Circle route, the South coast and Vatnajökull National Park. See waterfalls, geysers, volcano craters, an ice lagoon with floating icebergs and black lava beaches. Besides, there is always a thrilling potential for the night sky to be decorated with amazing aurora borealis. New Year's eve is spent in Reykjavik including a festive dinner at Harpa Concert Hall.

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Why Iceland?

Accessible via a short, five-hour flight from the east coast of the United States, Iceland is a lot closer than you might imagine


Despite its rather misleading name, only 11% of Iceland is covered by ice. That said, it is home to Europe's largest glacier, Vatnajökull, as well as 268 others.


Volcanic eruptions in Iceland happen, on average, every five years. Although international media coverage surrounding the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption might lead one to believe otherwise, volcanic eruptions in Iceland tend to not have much impact on daily life.