Iceland Explorer

Iceland Explorer

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Iceland Explorer

10 Days Starting and ending in Reykjavik

Visiting: Reykjavík, Thingvellir, Jökulsárlón, Egilsstaðir, Dettifoss, Mývatn, Goðafoss Waterfall, Akureyri, Siglufjörður, Snæfellsnes

Tour operator:

Exodus

Tour code:

AVW

Guide Type:

Fully Guided

Group size:

7 - 16

Physical rating:

Leisurely / Moderate

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

Tour operated in:
English
Trip Styles:

Adventure Tours

Activities:

Sightseeing, Walking

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Tour Overview

Iceland is a vast, evocative country, constantly evolving and changing through the sheer power of the geological forces that created it. There is a huge amount to see outside of the better known tourist spots of the south. We do of course see these, including Geysir, Thingvellir and Gullfoss, and get to understand why they are so popular! Our journey however continues, to explore areas less frequented by the average visitor. The starkly beautiful Icelandic coastline, the immense glaciers and the beauty of the Eastern Fjords are just some of the treasures that await, to say nothing of the almost indescribable geology of the north.

Choose between the frozen landscape of the winter, when we see the sun rise and set every day and have the chance of Northern Lights, and the seemingly endless days of summer with 24hr daylight. It's no surprise so many blockbusters and TV series are filmed here, as dramatic landscapes go, this takes some beating.

Highlights

  • Fishing villages and puffins

  • 24hr daylight in summer, chance for Northern Lights in winter

  • Volcanoes, waterfalls and geysers

Itinerary

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Day 1 : Our Trip Begins In Reykjavik With A Short Briefing At The Hotel.
Location: Reykjavík
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: No Meals

Our trip begins in Reykjavik with a short briefing at the hotel.

Day 2 : Visit Thingvellir Volcanic Rift, Geysir Waterspouts And Gullfoss Waterfall; To Hella.
Location: Thingvellir
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we drive inland to the Thingvellir World Heritage Area, where the
world's first 'democratic parliament' meeting took place - the area became
Iceland's first National Park in 1928 and a World Heritage area in 2004.
Sitting right on top of a major fault line it is the best place in Iceland to
see the continental drift - the movement of the Eurasion and North American
tectonic plates. Here they are literally pulling the earth apart as they inch
away from each other causing the land between to subside. Not surprisingly
the area abounds with waterfalls, immense fissures and the largest lake in
the country. We then carry on to see the world famous geysers. The most
reliable eruption comes every 5-10 minutes from one called 'Strokkur'; the
30-metre jet of water and steam is spectacular. To round off the day we drive
a short distance on to Gullfoss, a huge dramatic waterfall located in a 70m
deep canyon of River Hvita (White River).

Day 3 : Across Southern Iceland Towards The Eyafjallajokull Volcano Ice Cap, Visiting Kvernufoss And Skogafoss Waterfalls Plus Sea-Cliffs, Famous For Puffins And On To The Beautiful Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon.
Location: Jökulsárlón
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

We head east to the foot of the infamous Eyjafjallajokull Ice Cap; this area
was heavily affected by ash fall during the eruption of 2010 and a great deal
of ice was melted by the boiling lava. The glacier feeds many beautiful
waterfalls and we visit two of them: Skogarfoss and Kvernufoss. Both have
rushing water dropping 60m, and in the case of Skogafoss, this wall of water
rushes down in a 25m wide sheet, providing quite a spectacle.
Continuing east, we cross the black flood-plain of Solheimasandur, before
reaching the green valley of Myrdalur and continuing to Dyrholaey. This
dramatic 120-metre high promontory is the southernmost point in Iceland. It
is rich in birdlife, and a nesting site for Puffins and Arctic terns in
spring. If we are lucky we might see whales and seals from the promontory on
calm days. We continue further east to Vik, Iceland's southernmost town, a
great place from which to see the Reynisdrangar needles. Then it is further
across Myrdalssandur flood plain and then Skeydararsandur flood plain. Both
created by the countless floods created by volcanic eruptions over time. We
head for Vatnajokull NP with Europe's largest ice cap, Vatnajokull and it
further on to the famous Glacier Lagoon at Jokulsarlon where thousands of
icebergs are separating from the country's largest glacier and are floating
in the pale green sea-level lagoon. We take a walk beside the lagoon for
excellent views and if conditions allow can head down to the black sand beach
where chunks of ice are washed back up onto the shore by the sea, creating
some wonderful shapes and formations. We then continue further east with the
steep mountains of Vatnajokull on one side and the exposed south coast on the
other, to our accommodation

Day 4 : Today We Explore The Beautiful East Of Iceland, Full Of Glistening Fjords, Fishing Villages And Rich Widlife.
Location: Egilsstaðir
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

A day of scenic driving, with a number of stops as we travel through fjord
country. This stunning mountain region has been sculpted as much by glaciers
as volcanic activity. The spectacular road winds from one fjord to another,
passing a few farms in each fjord where there is enough flat land for
hayfields. The birdlife is rich and in late summer thousands of moulting
whooper swans feed in the sheltered lagoon of Alftafjordur (Swan fjord). We
then continue to the town of Egilsstadir

Day 5 : Studlagil Canyon, Saenautasel Farm, Dettifoss Waterfall And The Volcanic Myvatn Area.
Location: Dettifoss, Mývatn
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Heading inland and west we pass through the starkly contrasting desert
scenery of the North East Highlands and follow the track that takes us north
to Jokuldalur valley and to Studlagil Canyon, one of the most beautiful
canyon of Columnar basalt in Iceland. Then its on to Saenautasel farmstead
short distance away. Saenautasel was left abandoned due to have ashfall
shortly after the volcano Askja erupted in 1875. From Saenautasel we drive
enroute Modrudalur to the enormous Dettifoss Waterfall. This is Europe's most
powerful waterfall, bizarrely set in an arid area of sand and rock
formations. Our journey then takes us on to the Krafla volcano area to
explore the craters and lava from the eruptive period of 1975-1984. We hike
into one of the craters and look at the strange textures of cooled magma
splatters and rich colours of the mineral deposits. From Krafla we head for
our hotel at Lake Myvatn.

Day 6 : Lake Myvatn, Hverfell, Godafoss, Akureyri
Location: Goðafoss Waterfall, Akureyri
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

We spend the day around lake Myvatn and go for a short walk in the lava
fields and craters. We start at Dimmuborgir, a vast area of lava towers and
natural arches. The most spectacular of them is 'the Church', a large vault
resembling a church. Only a short distance from Dimmuborgir is Mt.Hverfjall,
a huge circular crater with a depth of 140 metres and 1000 metres in
diameter. It is one of the most beautiful craters in Iceland, one which
erupted some 2500 years ago and covered the Myvatn area in tephra (fragments
of volcanic rock). It is also thought to be one of the largest on the planet.
We traverse Mt.Hverfjall, and a little further north is the rift crevasse
Grjotagja with its crystal clear warm water. We explore the pseudo craters of
Skutustadir. After Myvatn we head to the Godafoss Waterfall en route to
Akureyri.

Day 7 : Siglufjordur, Hofsos, Borgarvirki, Kolufljufur Canyon
Location: Siglufjörður
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

A free morning in Akureyri. Akureyri is a town of some 17,000 inhabitants and
is the biggest town outside the capital. It is the cultural, commercial and
educational centre for northern Iceland and is 60 km south of the Arctic
Circle. Whale watching tours depart regularly and there are a number of
museums, including an 'Into the Arctic' exhibition. Opened in 2017 this
offers everything from information on arctic explorers to ancient charts and
maps, navigational equipment and information on arctic wildlife. This
northerly town is also remarkably green and has the northernmost botanical
garden in the world. The Lutheran church in Akureyri is an interesting visit,
featuring a stained-glass window above the altar that has its origins in
England.

As with most towns in Iceland there are also thermal baths, enjoyed as much
by the locals as by visitors, and if you just fancy a wander, there are
plenty of interesting shops, coffee shops and even ice cream parlours. If you
don’t want to relax and explore town then an optional whale watching tour
is possible in the morning.

We leave Akureyri and drive around the Troll Peninsula, via few fishing
villages on the peninsula. We stop at the magnificent outdoor swimming pool
at the village Hofsos and go for a quick dip. This remote geothermal swimming
pool has some of the best views in the country over the Skagafjordur bay. We
head further south and stop at Borgarvirki, an old Viking fortress. The
Citadel is a columnar basalt fortress and a volcanic plug. A little further
south we head into Vididalur valley and make a short stop at beautiful
waterfalls in Kolugljufur canyon, named after a giantess, once said to live
in the area. From Koluglufur we head for our hotel close by.

Day 8 : Snaefellsness Peninsula, Vikings And Stykkisholmur
Location: Snæfellsnes
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today we drive west to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. Along the way we visit a
reconstructed Viking house once home to Eirik the Red and his son Leif
Eiriksson - the two most famous travelling Vikings. The 'Eirikstadir' gives
an interesting insight to way of life for the early settlers and an
introduction to the historic tradition of the 'Icelandic Sagas'. From
Eiríksstaðir we head for the village Stykkisholmur on the Snaefellsnes
peninsula. Snaefellsnes is perhaps best known for the Stratovolcano
'Snaefellsjokull'. Jules Verne, in his classic 'Journey to the Centre of the
Earth', describes this as the start point for the characters' descent. New
Age followers consider this area to be one of the earth's seven major energy
centres. We head to our accommodation, located on the southern side of the
peninsula, on the beach with great views over Snaefellsjokull.

Day 9 : Follow The Snaefellsness Coast Before Starting Back For Reykjavik
Location: Reykjavík
Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast

The exposed coast of the of Snaefellsnes peninsula is the goal for today, and
this area has recently been designated a National Park. We visit the old
church at Budir, one of the most picture tic on in the country.  Sea cliffs
at Arnarstapi swarming with birds, to the rocks of Djupalonssandur and the
sites of old shipwrecks in the black basaltic sand. Our guide will tell us
about the old cod-fishing methods from open boats in the bountiful seas and
towering above us is the volcano - Snaefellsjokull. Some of the best
fisheries are of the peninsula and whales can often be seen from shore on
calm days. We pass through fishing villages on the peninsula and head to one
of the most photographed mountains in Iceland Mt. Kirkjufell. After
kirkjufell we start heading back to the capital.

Day 10 : Our Trip Ends In Reykjavik After Breakfast.
Location: Reykjavík
Meals Included: Breakfast

Our trip ends in Reykjavik after breakfast. Flybus transfers are available to
the airport.

What's Included

  • Meals
    9 breakfasts, 0 lunches, 0 dinners.


* All breakfasts included
* All accommodation (see accommodation section)
* All transport and listed activities
* Tour leader throughout
* Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

What's Not Included

  • Travel insurance

  • Visas or vaccinations

  • Single accommodation (available on request)

Food


All breakfasts included

Breakfasts are mainly continental style, lunches will be taken in cafés or
restaurants, or even service station cafés depending on our location. The
main meal of the day is usually local fish or lamb specialities, plus
European standards such as pasta, chicken etc. Vegetarians and those with
special dietary requirements can be catered for, but may get a little less
variety in the meals provided. It is still common practice for restaurants
receiving big groups to offer a restricted menu. Our leader will do their
best to ensure as much choice as possible is available. 

Please advise us of any special dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Accommodation

This tour stays in a mixture of hotels and simple guesthouses. Hotels are generally of a three-star standard and selected for their location and good levels of service. Guesthouses are often family-run, offering a warm welcome and traditional Icelandic hospitality. All properties offer en suite rooms and a buffet breakfast.



Reykjavik: Hótel Klettur

Hvolsvollur: Hótel Fljótshlið or Hótel Drangshlíð

Hofn: Guesthouse Gerði

Egilsstaðir: Hótel Valaskjálf or Hótel Hallormsstaður

Myvatn: Sel Hótel or Hótel Laxá

Akureyri: Hótel Norðurland or Hótel KEA Akureyri

Laugarbakki: Hótel Laugarbakki

Snæfellsbær: Langaholt Guesthouse or Kast Guesthouse



The accommodation on this trip consists of twin rooms, although single rooms are also available. While we prebook all accommodation according to the itinerary, as space is limited, we may move to alternative accommodation according to availability. A limited number of single rooms are available, at a supplement on a first come, first served basis. Please contact your sales representative for details.

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  • What is the maximum group size?

    16

  • Are vaccinations required for this tour?

    There are no specific health risks.

  • Is there a supplement for solo travellers?

    If you would like to be paired with a tour member of the same gender, there is no additional charge. A single supplement can be requested if you would like your own room.

  • Can you assist with pre or post tour accommodation?

    We are happy to assist with pre and post tour accommodation. Please enquire for detailed information.

  • Are flights included in this tour?

    International flights are not included with this tour.

  • Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

    Yes.

  • Who is Exodus Travels?

    At Exodus Travels, we've been exploring the world for nearly 50 years. From Walking and Trekking, Cultural and Cycling, Responsible Wildlife, to Polar and our new Premium Adventures, we are proud to offer award-winning small group and self-guided tours to 100+ countries worldwide.

  • Do you require a visa for this holiday?

    No visa required for British passport holders.

  • Are children permitted to take part in the tour?

    Minimum 16 years old people can go on this tour

  • What happens if I need to change my holiday date once I’ve booked?

    If you wish to make any changes to your booking, particularly if you need to alter any flights booked through us, please let us know as soon as possible. There is a booking or flight amendment fee of £40 per change and flight amendments often incur extra airline costs depending on the changes to be made and if the ticket has been issued or not.

  • How long has the tour company been trading?

    Exodus has been trading since 1974

  • What documents will I receive before I travel?

    Your final joining instructions and flight details, if booked with us, will then be sent out 2 to 3 weeks before departure. If you would like a hard copy posted, or if you require these any earlier, please contact the customer operations team. We advise that if you are booking connecting travel before receiving these, please ensure you leave plenty of time.

  • Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    Travellers are welcome to opt to share a room with a tour member of the same gender for no additional charge. If you'd like your own room, we can request a single supplement so that you will have your own room throughout.

  • Can I join the tour once it has departed?

    You are welcome to meet the group after the tour has departed however there is no reduction in rate for joining a tour after the departure date.

Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Spectacular scenery, Bitingly cold, Eye-watering prices

First holiday in three years for us and a different style too - we usually go on trekking/activity type holidays so a 'tour' was all a bit different. Had a great time, Iceland in March is impressive and the tour covers the whole island and visits all the 'classic' sites.

A journey around Iceland

This trip exceeded my expectations. The ever changing landscape was stunning, the food was excellent (although vegetarians are less well catered for, and it helps to like fish), and all the accommodation was clean and comfortable.

The light

What a fantastic place , so beautiful especially all dressed in white with snow and ice. The scenery is truly stunning. Waterfalls like you've never seen them before, fantastic coastline with the iconic black sand. Food ... best fish we have ever tasted. Acc'n .. excellent.. a couple of the hotels were very modern and quite luxurious.

A Thoroughly Enjoyable Tour Of This Majestic Island

A thoroughly enjoyable tour of this majestic island. Our first day out took us to some of the tourist hotspots – the huge Gullfoss waterfall, geysers, the growing fault line between the North American and Eurasian continental plates and the site of their 1100-year-old parliament. Thereafter our 1000-mile journey around the island was largely free of other tourists (it was February). The snow conditions were good (it covered the island, but wasn’t too deep for walking), with little rain (probably lucky for the time of year). Our only challenge was the wind, which did curtail our itinerary when we got to the west of the island.

Amazing landscapes, relaxed culture, lots of horses!

A great experience and quite different to our previous trips with Exodus. A good itinerary which allowed us to see amazing diverse landscapes from spectacular waterfalls to glaciers, icebergs and rugged coastlines. We also really enjoyed hearing about Icelandic culture, both new and old, with stories of trolls and Vikings.

Iceland Explorer

Iceland is a fascinating country with a wealth of scenic attractions and this tour seemed to include all of them. It was busy every day, sometimes with long drives between the sights, but the landscape during these travels was always interesting and I was never bored. Weather was sadly unkind - but that is Iceland - with often rain and low cloud obscuring the mountainous views. On one day the wind was so fierce that the main circular road (Route1) was closed for 8 hours which disrupted plans for the day but Jon the guide created alternative sights for us to visit. Choice of hotels was generally good, with the guest houses occasionally a bit spartan (if you like tea in the mornings, pack a travel kettle). Food was good also, at twice the price of English restaurants

Excellent guide and tour

Fantastic tour, and our guide was excellent (Jon - spelling?). Only thing is that it would have been preferable to have more weather specific guidance regarding gear that would be helpful - such as crampons with ice spike etc.

Winter wonderland

Going in winter one gets to see Iceland in all its Winter Wonderland glory. The frozen waterfalls, good chance of seeing the northern lights, once you're away from the golden circle sights its much quieter. We were Very lucky with the weather until last couple of days when the strong winds and closed roads altered the itinerary, but there are other things to see. The tour covers a lot of ground, with a fair bit of driving, but there are lots of stops along the way and the scenery is lovely!

Magical Iceland

Iceland in March is a challenge.....ice and snow underfoot (boot chains provided!) high winds, intermittent torrential rain, bad road conditions. But the beauty of the country more than makes up for any discomfort. Travelling around the whole island, the scenery is constantly changing....wild coasts, snowy mountains, sparkling fjords, black lava flows and of course, wonderful waterfalls. For any lover of the great outdoors, this trip is a must

Great Overview of Iceland

As with all Exodus holidays - read the detailed itinerary carefully and you should not be disappointed if you choose to go. We had yet another superb Exodus guide in Kristian (I have probably mis-spelled that!) who was also the bus driver for the 16 in the group which I think is the maximum. Inevitably you spend a good deal of time on the bus but no surprises there, that's why I stress to read the itinerary. The views are constantly excellent and Kristian would stop regular to stretch legs and admire the view. This holiday gives a good overview of the entire island. Although a good deal of the driving is on gravel roads do not expect to be taken deep into the interior where the really rough roads are that need specialised transport. Just one night in each place but all the hotels were fine with the possible exception of the one in Akureyri. Our room was adequate but some had tiny rooms with poor showers. Some of the more remote places offer very limited menus, if you like lamb and fish you'll be okay! We had a vegan in the group who had very limited options at one place. Highlight was undoubtedly the last day when Kristian rejigged the itinerary (with our permission) so that we could trek to the Fagradalsfjall volcano, which Kristian had heard was ramping up activity. Wow! We were treated to specular displays of erupting lava and Kristian told us that in 25 years of guiding we were the first group of his to witness such a thing. Weather was mixed as you would expect in early September. Two very wet days - one with a gale - and 4 days of blue skies and flat calm, the other days being between those extremes.

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