Price: $495* per person, based on double/twin room with in-suite facilities
Single supplement is $150
* Price is subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed until booking is confirmed with All Iceland.
This offer is only valid for departures in January, February and March.
- Transfer from and to Keflavík International Airport
- 3 nights’ accommodation at 3-star hotel in central Reykjavík, including breakfast
- Golden Circle tour
- One guided, evening northern lights tour
- Flights to/from the US
- Travel insurance
- Optional tours
- Any service not specifically listed under ‘Included’
- Upgrade to private airport transfer :: $165
- “Take a Walk on the Ice Side” glacier walk on Sólheimajökull :: $175
- Northern Lights and Lobster Jeep Tour :: $260
- Lava Horse Riding Tour :: $79
- Blue Lagoon Entrance and transfer:: $60
- Reykjavík Grand Excursion :: $45
- Upgrade to a 4-star hotel :: request for price
Departure dates: January, February, March
Day 1 | Arrival
After arriving at Keflavík International Airport, you will be transferred to your hotel in central Reykjavík.
You’ll have the day to explore Reykjavík on your own. Or you can go on one of the optional add-on excursions.
Favorable conditions permitting, you’ll head to the outskirts of the city in the evening to hunt for the northern lights.
Please note that should the northern lights not be visible on this night, you will be able to go again on another night, free of charge.
Day 2 | The Golden Circle
Following breakfast at the hotel, you’ll go on a tour of the Golden Circle and see waterfalls, geysers, and Þingvellir National Park.
Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of Iceland's most fascinating places due to both its impressive geological formations and for the significant role it plays in the country's history as the original meeting site of the Icelandic parliament, the oldest existing parliament in the world.
After a stop there, you’ll head east and will soon see steam rising from the Haukadalur geothermal area that is home to Geysir. During the stop here, you can explore many hot springs and bubbling pools including Geysir, the geyser from which the English word is derived. Geysir itself is now dormant, but another geyser, Strokkur, erupts at 5-10 minute intervals.
You'll then continue on to Gullfoss, a majestic double waterfall that tumbles 34 meters into the canyon of Hvítá, one of Iceland’s longest rivers.
Day 3 | Reykjavík
A unique blend of old-world charm and high-tech zeal gives Reykjavík a vibrant, almost intoxicating energy. Step right outside your hotel and spend the day exploring the pedestrian-friendly downtown area which is full of fascinating museums, quaint shops, and cozy cafes.
Feeling a bit more adventurous? Go on one of the add-on excursions!
In the evening, you might want to considering partaking in a particularly Icelandic experience and head to one of the local swimming pools to unwind in a ‘hot pot.’ (Hint: It’s great place to go and keep an eye out for the northern lights!)
Day 4 | Departure
You’ll have the morning to enjoy Reykjavík at your leisure. The design scene is booming, so now might be a great time to walk to Laugavegur, the city’s main shopping street, and pop into one of the many one-of-a-kind boutiques in search of the perfect souvenir.
In the afternoon, you’ll head back to the airport in Keflavík via a Flybus transfer.
If you’d like to opt for it, you can stop at Bláa Lónið (popularly referred to by its English name, the Blue Lagoon) and soak in its warm, rejuvenating water for a few hours before continuing on to the airport for your flight home.