"Every time I go back in search of more things to do in Iceland, it feels like there's something magical simmering just below the surface. From the culture of Reykjavík to the stunning countryside landscapes, it feels like the mystical and unforgettable experiences here are unlimited—an impressive feat for such a tiny island!"
—Orsolya Kako, Experience Designer
Untamed, natural beauty and wild abandon
As you explore the landscapes of Iceland, it's not hard to imagine the elves of Icelandic lore hidden among the lava fields and glacial valleys. While the picture-perfect scenery of waterfalls, glistening glaciers and impossibly green fields will captivate you, the steaming vents and spouting geysers are a constant reminder that this is a land still in the making, with the power to bring the world to a standstill with one tempestuous eruption. Experience Iceland on a private, bespoke trip—tailored-made your way.
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Iceland Family Adventure
A family trip to Iceland is like stepping into a scene from The Lord of the Rings—a fantasy playground where ancient sagas of Viking legends come to life and the lofty summits of Mt. Hekla and Snaefellsness offer routes to the centre of the Earth. Hike past glaciers, waterfalls and volcanic lava fields in Thorsmork National Park. Take a dip in the country’s famed geothermal waters, from the famous Blue Lagoon to the natural hot springs found in the middle of nowhere. And stop for a picnic lunch in a very private location.
Winter in Iceland
Visit Iceland in winter to see the Northern Lights. Begin your journey in the charming capital of Reykjavik for a taste of Icelandic culture through its eclectic architecture, burgeoning arts scene and hip coffee culture. Then, venture into the countryside where conditions for viewing the Aurora are prime. Every day can offer a new wintry way of getting around, whether it be snowmobiling, glacier hiking with crampons or tackling the terrain in a 4x4.
Iceland on Foot: Hiking & Walking
Walk the sweeping lava fields of Berserkjahraun on the northern shores of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, following in the footsteps of Norwegian Vikings. Wander the coastline of Snaefellsjökull National Park along beautiful black cliffs, offering a chance to spot cormorants, Arctic Terns, Kittiwakes and even the elusive arctic fox.
Singular Stays: Private Homes in Iceland
Escape everyday life in a remote private homestead in the Icelandic countryside, surrounded by stunning scenery and awe-inspiring views. Relax at the end of a busy day in the personal geothermal hot spring of your turf cottage, stay in a yurt on the private island of a glacial river or sleep beneath the stars in a cozy cabin made of glass.
Iceland Multi-Active Adventure
Immerse yourself fully in Iceland’s stunning geography by exploring a new way every day on a multi-active adventure. Whether it be horseback riding, glacier hiking, snowmobiling, ATV-riding, exploring glacier lagoons by zodiac, snorkelling between tectonic plates or even delving into the magma chamber of a volcano, Iceland is an adventure lover's idyll.
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These highlights are just a sample of what you can do and discover in Iceland. Mix and match your experiences and stay a few extra nights in Reykjavik. Connect with an Experience Designer for Iceland to craft a bespoke adventure perfectly tailored to your tastes.
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Ideal trip length: 4 - 7 DAYS
Starting Price: US $1,000 Per Person/Day