On this road trip you will experience a week of natural wonders during the Northern Lights season. Explore Iceland’s famous south and south-west, the perfect setting for glaciers, volcanoes,
black-sand beaches and geysers!
Explore some of the most beautiful locations in Iceland in this 7- day self-drive tour. Start in Reykjavik from where you will visit Thingvellir National Park and Geysir’s geothermal fields. Experience geothermal fields of Geysir and then drive towards Gullfoss waterfalls a spectacular site in winter when frozen mid-cascade, continue your journey to see two of Iceland’s most famous waterfalls: Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss, you will also see Myrdalsjokull glacier one of the favorite places to enjoy guided glacier hiking or snowmobile tours, from here you drive towards Southern area and you will be experiencing main attraction of this tour by visiting Vatnajokull National Park – Europe Largest Ice Cap and Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon near Kirkjubaejarklaustur. Head towards Hveragerdi, often called ‘the flower village’ before driving back to Reykjavik, where your tour ends. On your way back, you can choose to visit the Blue Lagoon or the Viking World. This is a perfect tour which gives you the flexibility to travel at your own pace and discover amazing landscape sculpted by ancient glaciers and volcanoes.
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Corona virus (COVID19) reassurance
Indus Travels would like to reassure you that after booking your tour, should the USA/Canada government advise against all travel to your chosen destination, or you decide against travel Indus Travels will offer a change of tour* to one of our other great destinations or a full refund for the tour if you inform us minimum 60 days before departure*.
As always, your safety is our priority for Indus Travels! *Only for new bookings made after 1 March 2020.