Find inspiration in our sample itineraries and ask us to create a tour based on your preferences. 7 days, 6 nights: Winter Northern Lights Luxury Experience Explore the wonders of Iceland with our luxury itinerary. Begin with a relaxing visit to the Blue Lagoon before settling into a boutique hotel in Reykjavik. Enjoy private tours of the city, gourmet dining experiences. Conclude your adventure with a glacier lagoon visit. 5 days, 4 nights: Mid-June through September Land of Volcanoes Explore Iceland’s volcanic wonders on this tour. Witness the aftermath of Eyjafjallajokull’s 2010 eruption and hike to Gigjokull glacier. Discover Hekla’s lava fields and Landmannalaugar’s colorful peaks. Conclude with a relaxing soak in the Blue Lagoon before departing. 12 days, 11 nights: All Year Grand Tour of Iceland The Grand Tour circles the island counter-clockwise from Reykjavik. Each day includes a combination of light hiking and other activities. Highlights include Lake Myvatn, Dettifoss waterfalls, the fjords of the East coast, Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. 9 days, 8 nights: June through September Across the Arctic Circle Drive north through the Icelandic Highlands along Kjolur mountain road, an area favored by outlaws in centuries past. Bathe in natural hot springs at geothermal oasis Hveravellir, as boiling mud pits and steaming fumaroles vent all around you. 8 days, 7 night: Summer Luxury Family Adventure Experience the best of Iceland’s natural wonders on a thrilling adventure. Kayak along the picturesque coast, enjoy lunch at a cozy restaurant, and explore a magnificent lava tunnel. Hike glaciers, ride ATVs in a hidden valley, and discover the Westman Islands. 5 days, 4 nights: October through March Northern Lights Adventure Our five-day Northern Lights adventure includes two nights in Reykjavik and two nights in the countryside, where conditions for viewing the Aurora Borealis are optimal. The best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland is from October through March. 7 days, 6 nights – Mid-June through September Glaciers and Waterfalls Experience the dramatic and varied scenery of southern Iceland as you travel along the coast of the North Atlantic with glacier-tipped peaks and majestic waterfalls on one side and black-sand beaches on the other. 8 days, 7 nights: June through August The Remote West This truly unique journey takes you through some of the most remote parts of Iceland, as you travel north along the west coast of Iceland. Along the way sail across the bay of Breidafjordur, stay overnight on the tiny island of Flatey.