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Autumn harvest Tour 6 days / 5 nights - August 21st, 2024

Updated: Jun 6

Come join us in Iceland on an Adventure of a lifetime! From US$2990 per person.

Travel companions/Group size

Minimum 4 guests, maximum 10 guests 

Meals included:

Five breakfasts and five two course gourmet dinners a la carte at the hotels 

Not included:

Lunch, but we stop for lunch at selected restaurants. For those who like something different, we stop at grocery stores and bakeries where you can pick up what you like


See the Puffins and search for Pufflings in the night

Pompeii of the north, museum visit

The Glacier lagoon and Diamond beach

The famous sights of the Golden Circle

The Black Sand Beach and Basalt Columns

Picking berries out in the middle of nowhere

Soak in Geothermal swimming pools and hot tubs

Waterfalls, gorges, and glaciers

Tasting and enjoying authentic and delicious Icelandic food

Wild game, free range lamb, and the delicious Arctic Char

Learn about geology, flora, fauna, and the Vikings

Taste the pure Icelandic water directly from the spring

Hikes, adjusted to your level of stamina

Local Guides certified from the Iceland Guide Association 

The guides accompany you through the adventure

Hundreds of five star reviews 

Available Extras:

 Horseback riding on the Black Sand Beach

 Zodiac tour on the Glacier Lagoon

 Katla Ice Cave tour

 Raufarhólshellir Lava tube cave


Day one - August 21st - Sites of the Golden Circle

  • 8:30 a.m. Pickup is available anywhere between Reykjavik and Selfoss

  • Stop by the best bakery in Iceland for a cup of coffee, tea, and hot chocolate with a special Icelandic treat.

  • Þórufoss waterfall, scenes from Game of Thrones filmed there

  • Þingvellir, old Viking Parliament and tectonic plates

  • Lunch at Gullfoss café, We recommend the lamb meat soup

  • Gullfoss falls

  • 1,5 hour visit to the Secret Lagoon 

  • Ferry to Vestmannaeyjar at 5:00 p.m.

  • Dinner at Einsi Kaldi restaurant and stay at Hótel Vestmannaeyjar*

Day two - August 22nd - Vestmannaeyjar

  • 9:30 a.m. Leaving after breakfast to the day’s adventure

  • Hike Mt. Eldfell that erupted in January 1973

  • Pompeii of the North, a museum visit. There is also a section about an island, Surtsey, that was formed in an eruption south of the islands in 1963

  • Optional visit to see the Beluga whales or swim in the local geothermal swimming pool

  • For those not scared of heights, climb Heimaklettur

  • Ferry back to mainland at 3:45 p.m.

  • Dinner and stay at Boutique Hotel Anna**

Day three - August 23rd - The South

  • 9:30 a.m. Leaving after breakfast to the day’s adventure

  • Skógafoss, a majestic waterfall

  • Dyrhólaey, drive on island 

  • Pick up a light lunch and drinks to take with you on the Katla Icel Cave tour

  • 11:30 a.m. Katla Ice Cave from Vík (3 hours)

  • Stjórnarfoss waterfall

  • Hike to lake Systravatn

  • Hug the highest tree in Iceland

  • Dinner and stay at Fosshótel Núpar

Day four - August 24th - The Southeast

  • 9:30 a.m. Leaving after breakfast to the day’s adventure

  • Hoffellsjökull glacier

  • Possible reindeer spotting

  • Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon + Zodiac tour

  • Fellsfjara Diamond Beach

  • Kvíamýrarkambur Dragonglass spotting

  • Hof Turf Church

  • Optional 80 minute hike to Svartifoss and back

  • Dinner and stay at Fosshótel Núpar

Day five - August 25th - The South

  • 9:30 a.m. Leaving after breakfast to the day’s adventure

  • Hamrafoss waterfall

  • Dverghamrar, the cliffs of dwarfs!

  • Fjaðrárgljúfur, gorgeous gorge

  • Horseback riding on the Black sand beach of Vík

  • Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach and Basalt columns

  • Kvernufoss waterfall

  • Dinner and stay at Boutique Hotel Anna

Day six - August 26th - The South and back to Reykjavik

  • 9:30 a.m. Leaving after breakfast to the day’s adventure

  • Seljalandsfoss, the famous waterfall to walk behind

  • Nauthúsagil gorge. Walk in and climb a small waterfall

  • Urriðafoss waterfall

  • Kerið old volcanic crater

  • Raufarhólshellir lava tube cave

  • The tour ends in Reykjavik between 5 and 6 p.m. in time to enjoy the amazing restaurants of the City


*Hotel Vestmannaeyjar has a hot tub and a sauna in the basement to enjoy after an adventurous day on the Golden Circle. The gourmet restaurant, Einsi Kaldi, is in the same building.

**The Boutique Hotel Anna has an exceptionally great restaurant. Outside the hotel, there are hot tubs you can enjoy all evening and night!

***Fosshótel Núpar is out in the middle of nowhere with a great view to Iceland’s tallest mountain, Hvannadalshnjúkur. The hotel has two restaurants, a buffet and a la carte.


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