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Christmas and New Years Celebration Tours

  • New Years Festival Tour (Sold out)

    4 Nights, December 29 to January 2

    From $2,833 per person.

    - Group Size: Max 40 persons

    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 and the famous Blue Lagoon.The New Year's Gala Dinner is enjoyed Reyjavik downtown restaurant, simply Iceland´s prime location to enjoy New Years Eve.


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  • Christmas and Northern Lights Adventure (SOLD OUT)

    4 Nights, December 23 to 27

    From $2,161 per person

    - Group Size: Max 40 persons

    Celebrate Christmas in a casual and Icelandic way. Explore Reykjavík, the Reykjanes peninsula, the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle and the South Coast. Stay in comfort hotels and in Reykjavík and South Iceland; all rooms with private shower/wc. Discover and experience how Icelandic countryside people celebrate Christmas... and of course hunt for the Northern Lights! We spend two nights in Hella, a small village in South Iceland.


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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

Glaciers

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.

Volcanoes

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