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UNESCO Heritage Explorer

This tour celebrates the UNESCO sites of Iceland and South Greenland. Start in Iceland with included visits to Krýsuvík, Blue Lagoon (both in Reykjanes Unesco Geopark) and the Golden Circle area including the World Heritage site of Thingvellir. In Greenland, explore UNESCO World Heritage gems such as Qassiasuk and Igaliko where you will find remains from the area's proud Viking settlements.

Duration: 7 nights, Summer 2018

Price: from $4,407


  • The Golden Circle of Iceland
  • Experience the Blue Lagoon
  • Icebergs and Glaciers of Greenland
  • UNESCO Heritage Site in South Greenland
  • Viking History and Settlements
  • Included
        Return flights Keflavik-Narsarsuaq with all taxes
        Transfers and 7 nights accommodation with private facilities and breakfast
        Local destination guides in Greenland and in Iceland
        Guided walk of Narsarsuaq
        Golden Circle excursion
        City tour of Reykjavik
        1 dinner in Iceland
        2 dinners in Greenland

    Not Included
        Flights from US to Iceland and return
        Obligatory Travel Insurance

    Iceland's Golden Circle combined with historic South Greenland with fertile fjords, the Inland Ice Cap and icebergs.

    Reykjavik (Iceland)
    A true blend of past and present. You will find all facilities of a metropolis as well as the warm friendliness of a small town.

    This program suits clients who do not want to change accommodation every day and those who like to have several options of evening restaurants and city facilities within close range.
    Reykjavik is the ideal base for excursions to the most famous highlights of South Iceland:

        The Blue Lagoon.
        The majestic waterfall Gullfoss.
        The Geysir area with erupting hot springs.
        The National Park of Thingvellir; a historic site through centuries and a masterpiece of nature with a scenic lake and rifts which mark where the continental plates of Europe and America meet.

    Narsarsuaq (Greenland)
    Narsarsuaq is the gateway to South Greenland. Meaning ‘great plain’ in Greenlandic. Today the site serves as a small international airport and a small settlement, largely preoccupied working for the local tourism industry.
    The area is offering a huge diversity of experiences from iceberg cruises to easy hikes in a nearby valley and a full-day trek to the Inland Ice Cap.
    The area around Narsarsuaq is also Viking Country and there are numerous ancient remains from these first Europeans on the American continent. Erik the Red was the Viking who settled in Greenland and gave the huge island its name. Remains of his farm Brattahild can be found across Erik’s Fjord from Narsarsuaq, which is also the site of the first Christian church built on the North American continent. Other evidence of Viking settlements are easily accessible in the area, e.g. the ruins of the Viking Cathedral and Bishop’s Farm in the nearby village of Igaliku.
    No visit to Greenland is complete without seeing a glacier up close, and in Narsarsuaq you can do just that in two different ways; by foot or (if you prefer to relax) by boat. Cruise among the icebergs to the fjord of Qooroq where the glacier of the same name is found. We go as close as we safely can and enjoy sights and sounds of the ‘newborn’ icebergs.
    For a real Arctic adventure – join us for a full day hike to a melting glacier in the area behind Narsarsuaq. There will be plenty of opportunities to enjoy the local flora and fauna, do a bit of mountaineering and as a reward – see and touch the glacier, directly connected to the Inland Ice Cap.

    ReykjavikTownHouse_AG.JPG ©Nordika Travel

    Day 1:

    Arrival to Keflavik Airport. Private pick-up by our local representative and transfer to your hotel in Reykjavik. If time allows we will go via Krýsuvík.

    Included meals: None
    Accommodation: Fosshotel (specific property confirmed at time of booking)

    NortdicHouse_AG.JPG ©Nordika Travel

    Day 2:

    Breakfast at the hotel.

    Morning city sightseeing of Reykjavik including the town of Hafnarfjordur where we visit the Fish Market, the open air museum Arbær, one of the outdoor swimming pools and the towering Hallgrim's Church. We also pass through the old town, the harbor, the summit-meeting house Höfdi and the House of Parliament.

    Afternoon at leisure in Reykjavik.

    Included meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Fosshotel (specific property confirmed at time of booking)

    Gullfoss rainbow.jpg ©Visit Iceland

    Day 3:

    Breakfast at hotel.

    Today's excursion is one of the most popular day trips in Iceland: The Golden Circle. We experience the majestic waterfalls at Gullfoss, the erupting hot springs at Geysir, the national park of Thingvellir and the greenhouse village of Hveragerdi.

    Tonight dinner is included at one of the oldest restaurants in town, Restaurant Reykjavik. We invite you to sample their famous Iceland Fish buffet.

    Included meals: Breakfast and dinner
    Accommodation: Fosshotel (specific property confirmed at time of booking)

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    Day 4:

    Breakfast at hotel.

    End your Iceland exploration with a visit to the world famous geothermal Blue Lagoon.

    Transfer by coach to the spa where we have included entry, towel rental, a Silica Mud Mask and a drink. You just have to bring your swimsuit!

    Evening flight with Air Iceland from Keflavik to Narsarsuaq.

    Meet and greet by our local destination guide.
    Transfer to the nearby Hotel Narsarsuaq for check-in, information meeting and guided tour of Narsarsuaq.

    Included meals: Breakfast and dinner at the hotel.
    Accommodation: Hotel Narsarsuaq

    Narsaq1.jpg ©Visit Greenland

    Day 5:

    Breakfast at the hotel.

    Start the day with a guided walk around the settlement so you can get acquainted with the area.

    Day at leisure in Narsarsuaq for optional excursions.

    Included meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation: Hotel Narsarsuaq

    Narsaq2.jpg ©Visit Greenland

    Day 6:

    Breakfast at hotel.

    Day at leisure in Narsarsuaq.

    Included meals: Breakfast and dinner
    Accommodation: Hotel Narsarsuaq

    SouthGreenland3.jpg ©Visit Greenland

    Day 7:

    Breakfast at the hotel.

    Farewell coffee with your guide. Transfer to the airport for Air Iceland flight to Keflavik Intl. Airport. Transfer to your hotel.

    Included meals: Breakfast.
    Accommodation: Hotel Northern Light Inn or similar.

    Inside the Hotel Narsaq art an crafts shop at the old harbour in Narsaq in South Greenland.jpg ©Visit Greenland/Mads Phil

    Day 8:

    Breakfast at hotel.

    Individual transfer from the hotel to Keflavik Intl. Airport.

    Included meals: Breakfast

    Prices and Dates 2019:

    Departures from Reykjavik every Wednesday from June 05 to August 21.

    Prices Summer 2019:

    from $4,407 per person double occupancy. Single supplement from $1,430.  Deposit* from $1,236.

    Prices are subject to change, because of variable air fare of flights from Iceland to Greenland. Contact us to get a fixed price quote.

    *There is a special deposit for these Greenland tours, due to the inclusion of flight components in package.

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    Views from UNESCO Heritage Explorer

    • Gullfoss rainbow.jpg
    • Strokkur Geysir 1.jpg
    • Thingvellir1.jpg
    • Strokkur2.jpg
    • Narsaq2.jpg
    • Narsaq1.jpg
    • SouthGreenland3.jpg
    • Krisuvik2.jpg
    • Blue Lagoon 1.jpg
    • ReykjavikTownHouse_AG.JPG
    • Hallgrimskirkja_AG.JPG
    • Blue Ice boat Puttut among icebergs near Qooroq ice fjord in Narsarsuaq.jpg
    • Hvalsey church ruin with flowers in the foreground in South Greenland.jpg


  • The Golden Circle of Iceland
  • Experience the Blue Lagoon
  • Icebergs and Glaciers of Greenland
  • UNESCO Heritage Site in South Greenland
  • Viking History and Settlements
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