Tours of Iceland
With its extreme landscapes—thundering waterfalls, raging glacial rivers, vast sand deserts, and simmering hot springs—Iceland has long attracted the more daring travel set. Lava from volcanic eruptions has turned parts of Iceland into a lunar landscape. When Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon in 1969, the joke goes, he thought he was in Iceland. The island offers nearly negligible crime and is probably one of the world’s safest places to visit.
Just five-hours flight from the U.S. East Coast, and not much further from San Francisco makes this a great place to venture without traveling far.
Iceland is littered with active volcanoes—some of them buried under glaciers—and the land is as exothermically alive as it gets with thousands of geysers (a word said to have been invented in Iceland) and mineral springs.
Choose outdoor adventures like hiking, biking, rafting, mountain climbing, seeing the Northern Lights, kayaking, off-road exploring, and riding Icelandic horses.
A Summer Expedition
Take advantage of Iceland’s long summer days. The land will be yours to explore by horseback as soon as you settle in. Make the most of each moment, a new adventure begins every morning. Climb ice walls, hike volcanos, walk across glaciers, crawl through lava caves, race across the countryside, and relax in natural hot springs. Astonishment will come with no surprise; Iceland is an island full of unimaginable beauty. A natural gem will await your discovery down every path you take.
Gateway to Iceland
This tour makes Reykjavík a home base enabling adventures by day and the city’s culture by night. Explore the South Coast, full of scenic gems like black sand beaches, waterfalls, glaciers, and lagoons. Explore the coast from frozen glacier lagoons to geothermal hot springs. Follow the rainbow at the end of the waterfall, and experience the geological wonders of Iceland.
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