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In our private spa and gourmet tours we stop by the best bakery in Iceland on our way out of town and buy you a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate and a special Icelandic treat. On our tours you will get to know about the nature, locals, their interesting food and folklore.

Special on these tours is that every evening we visit and enjoy some of the greatest pools in Iceland. Natural geothermal water heated by the magma underneath Iceland. The water has been filtered by nature in the lava fields and is originated from the ocean, glaciers or rainfall from hundreds of years ago.

Here below are some itinerary examples. Before booking, please contact us for special requests at

List of Itinerary examples below:

Gourmet tour in the capitol area

Season Tours offers a gourmet dinner tour with Chef Tyffi; it is a culinary adventure not to be missed. You get a little introduction to traditional food and the new gourmet cuisine as well, including fish, meat, and cheeses. The tour starts with a pick-up from your hotel at 1:00 p.m. Tyffi takes you around the city and suburbs, visits the president's house, fishmonger, and interesting outdoor interactive artwork. Tyffi takes you to his house, where you can sample all the interesting food and drinks. You are back at your hotel or anywhere in downtown Reykjavík between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in the evening.

The Silver ring tour with the Hvammsvík Hot Springs baths

Product Details In this tour we drive under the bay Hvalfjörður (Whale bay) in a tunnel and to Borgarfjörður learning all about the vikings on the way. The last stop is the Hvammsvík Hot Springs baths where you enjoy for uo to two hours the different temperature hot springs and the ocean if you dare. We see or visit: Drive under the Whale bay Grábrók crater Glanni waterfall Deildartunguhver hot springs Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfalls Reykholt Snorri's pool Hvalfjörður Whale bay Réttarfoss Hvammsvík Hot Springs baths 9700 Isk per person, included towel and a drink of your choice.

7 Days Yoga in Iceland

Iceland Yoga in the South in Iceland This tour is designed for Yoga groups. Please contact us for prices and availability. Day 1 - Reykjanes peninsula Pick up from your hotel in Reykjavik KEF airport. We take off to see the wonders of the Reykjanes peninsula. Including the Bridge between the continents of North America and Europe, Gunnuhver natural hot spring and the splashing waves on the coast at Brimketill. Now it is time to get some refreshments. The lobster soup at Bryggjan Grindavík wakes you up and get you ready to enjoy the rest of the day. From here we will enjoy the Blue Lagoon for couple of hours before we take you to a hotel in Reykjavik. Day 2 - Golden Circle Pick up from the hotel in Reykjavik at 9:30 am. We will visit Þingvellir, Laugarvatn, and the spouting geyser Strokkur. After lunch we visit Iceland's second-biggest waterfall Gullfoss (the Golden waterfall). We also visit other beautiful site along the way. Yoga and dinner at a hotel in the south. Day 3 - South coast Early morning yoga, breakfast, and at 10 am you have the option to go on a horseback ride. This ride takes about one hour plus half an hour in preparation. After the ride we head to the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Gljúfrabúi, we walk behind one and walk in a gorge to reach the other one, afterwards, we will go to our hotel for relaxing and drying before dinner at 6 pm. Day 4 - Glacier and Black sand beach Early morning yoga and after breakfast at 9:30 am we head to Sólheimajökull glacier where we hike to the glacier and back. The hike back and forth is about 1,5 hours. It is also possible here to add a hike on the glacier with a glacier guide. From here we drive to Vík for lunch and on our way back to the hotel we visit the majestic Reynisfjara black sand beach and basalt columns. Dinner at 7 pm. Day 5 - Hidden Gems adventure Early morning yoga and then there is the hidden gems adventure including a beautiful gorge Nauthúsagil and a semi-natural bathing place Seljavallalaug. Remember to bring your bathing suit. Return to our hotel for dinner late in the afternoon. Day 6 - Easy day, longer horseback riding or a 5-6 hour hike* After the early morning yoga you have the day for yourselves. The area where we are staying offers a great hiking experience where you will find the tranquility of Iceland, no noise, hardly any sound, just you and nature and the guide hiking with you. There is also an option to go on a longer horseback ride in the area. You can eventually just relax and enjoy the hot tubs all day long 🙂 Day 7 - Waterfalls and wonders* After early morning yoga we drive to a place where we have a short hike to see the beautiful waterfall Þjófafoss in Iceland longest river Þjórsá. From there we go to a volcano museum and on our way back see another waterfall in the area, Gluggafoss where you also can walk behind. Day 8 - Crater lake, Lava tube cave, and Reykjavík city Early morning yoga and drive towards Reykjavik after breakfast at 10 am. On the way, we visit the crater Kerið and the lava tube cave Raufarhólshellir. In Reykjavik, we have a short introduction to the city arriving early enough for you to enjoy what the city has to offer. We leave you here at your accommodation. * Another option! If it is not necessary to stay at the same location all days then it would be possible to have an alternative itinerary for days 6 and 7. On day 6 after yoga we would drive further east to the Glacier lagoon visiting many beautiful places along the way including Fjarðárgljúfur gorge, the Yoda cave, Dverghamrar cliffs, Skaftafell national park and hike there to Svartifoss waterfall. At the Glacier lagoon it is possible in summer time to go on an Amphibian boat tour on the lake or in winter time possible to visit an Ice cave. Here we would stay in the east and have a yoga session in the evening when getting back to the hotel in the south. Included: Eight days guided tours where the guide also stays at the same hotel all nights. Seven nights in hotels with breakfasts and gourmet dinners. Guided cave exploration in Raufarhólshellir. Thermo bottles for pure Icelandic tap water.

Hiking the unbeaten path

Hiking trails We love to hike, and Iceland is a great place for it. There are no dangerous animals, amphibians, reptiles, or insects; there is nothing that can harm you except perhaps the weather, volcanoes, earthquakes, geothermal hot springs, and bubbling mud pools. All you need to do is read about your hiking trail, stay on marked trails, and watch the web page from the Icelandic Meteorology Office. In fact, there is nothing that can kill you except your own stupidity! :-) There are numerous marked hiking trails around Reykjavík within a short driving distance. We know a lot of beautiful hiking paths and can tailormade for your ability and stamina, so if you are interested, contact us, and we will take you there. We categorize the trails as easy, not so easy, and hard.

3 Days Iceland Spa and Gourmet

Iceland Spa and Gourmet - pure water, hot and cold On this tour it is all about soaking in the pure water of Iceland and enjoy the delicious gourmet food a la cart in each place. Day one Pick up in the capital area or KEF airport Visit Reykjanes peninsula, the youngest part of Iceland only few hundred thousand years old. See the lava-fields from recent eruptions, colorful geothermal sights with bubbling hot springs and the vigorous waves from the Atlantic ocean hitting the beautiful cliffs. Seltún Colorful geothermal area with bubbling hot springs and blue clay, a scenic view over Kleifarvatn, see the stranded ships in the coastline of Grindavík. Bessastaðir president residence. Depending on start time we have the lobster soup in Grindavík or the seafood soup in Hvammsvík. Bathing and relaxing at Hvammsvík Hot Springs before driving in Hvalfjörður the whale bay to Hotel Glymur for a three course gourmet dinner a la cart and stay. At Hvammsvík you can linger in eight natural hot springs that glide into the ocean surrounded by majestic mountains and black beaches. Day two We visit the beautiful sites of Borgarfjörður including Grábrók crater, Glanni waterfall, the old bridge over Hvítá river, Deildartunguhver hotsprings where we have lunch at Krauma restaurant, Snorrastofa museum, the magestic Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfall and head to Húsafell where we will bathe in the Canyon baths and then stay for the night in Húsafell. To get to the Canyon baths we go on a easy stunning hike through remote Icelandic wilderness ending with a geothermal soak in pools nestled in a magnificent highland canyon. Day three The last day of the tour we visit the sites of the Golden Circle including Þingvellir the old viking parliament, the spouting Strokkur in the geyser area and Gullfoss Iceland’s second largest waterfall. Bathing this day will be at the Secret lagoon before heading back to Reykjavik where we visit more beautiful hidden gems on the way. The Secret Lagoon, known locally as Gamla Laugin, is the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. It was made in 1891 at Hverahólmi, a geothermal area near Flúðir. What makes it special are the rich natural resources of warm water coming from hot springs.
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