Experience the filming locations of the famous Game of Thrones series in Iceland. We go in the footsteps some of your favorite characters in the magical landscape of Iceland
If you have seen Game of Thrones you will love this tour! We go to the filming location of Game of Thrones in Iceland. You will experience the beautiful landscape of Iceland just like the cast members.
Meet on location
No minimum age
Departs from Overwrite
- Tour highlights
- Thingvellir National Park
- Stomping ground of the White Walkers
- Settlement Era Viking Lodge at Thjorsardalur valley
- Trail of the Widlings from North of the Wall
- Coach bus
- Pick up and drop off in Reykjavik
- English guidance around the areas
Game of Thrones scenes has been filmed in various location around Iceland throughout season 2, 3, 4 and now also season 7. In the show, you are able to spot gorgeous Icelandic landscapes, with majestic waterfalls, rocky lava fields, icy blue glaciers and so much more. The filming has been taken place both during summer and winter, to capture a genuine feeling for the scenes, the crew had to pick not only the perfect locations, but also the perfect season for filming. The directors of the show have been talking about how they value great film location, to give the scenes an authentic look instead of trying to recreate and add special effects.
Most of the scenes from beyond the wall, where you follow the story line of Jon Snow, Ygritte and the Free Folk (Wildlings, Thenns), and the landmarks of the Land of always winter such as Frostfangs, Thenn and Fist of the First Men are filmed in Iceland.
Wether you are massive fan or maybe not even heard of the show, this tour will not only provide you sweeping views, and a great variations of the Icelandic landscape. You will also take part of the stories our professional guides have to tell about each location.
You will follow the footsteps of:
Arya Stark and The Hound, on their journey to The Bloody Gate (S4E08)
Lord Baelish and Sansa Stark, walk the same way to get to Eyire. (S4E05)
The fight for Arya Stark between Laydy Brienne and The Hound. (S4E10)
When Arya Stark is on her way to find a ship to Braavos, after leaving The Hound. (S4E10)
When Styr is introduced, Wildlings and Thenns meet in the canyon. (S4E01)
Wildlings and Thenns attack what is often called Olly’s farm/village. (S4E03)
When the Dragon hunts for goats. (S4E06)
The tour will start with pick up in Reykjavik at 9:30 am. We visit the stomping ground of White Walkers and the trail of Widlings from North of the Wall at Thingvellir National Park. You get to know what the symbolic significance of the National Park is to the plot of Game of Thrones, as well as historic information about the area.
We will later drive on to Thjorsardalur valley, there we will walk around the Settlement Era Viking Lodge, where the most thrilling massacres of the series took place. On the way, you will experience beautiful scenery and take part of interesting stories about the Icelandic nature as well as the Game of Thrones show.
Remember to bring: Warm outdoor clothing, waterproof jacket & pants, headwear and gloves.
This is a great question. We ask all participants to be ready from the start of the pickup time indicated. This is because you may well be the first pick up of the day. Please be at your assigned location at the start time that you chose when booking the tour.
Here you should wait for your guide.
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Before and during activities on the multi-day tours consumption of alcohol is prohibited. If we suspect that a participant is intoxicated, we will prohibit them from joining the activity.
After the activities of the day are finished, you are welcome to have a drink and relax.
Yes, we do. Langjökull Ice Cave is a magical experience, the tour has no minimum age and is a wonderful option for the whole family. Whale Watching with our partner company Elding has been a favourite with families traveling with young children, these guys have a great success rate in seeing whales (upwards of 98% in the summertime).
Another option would be the Landmannalaugar Safari on this tour you get to explore parts of the Icelandic highlands and bathe in natural hot springs. Most of our jeep tours are also suitable for children over the age of 6 years old. If you would like a nice and relaxing experience we would also recommend the Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon tour.
Your safety is our number one priority! Keeping this in mind, Arctic Adventures reserves the right to adjust the itinerary and/or take different routes depending on conditions. Please read more information in our cancellation policy.
Yes, there is a specially trained and certified guide on each of our tours. The only exception to this is for our self-drive tours.
All of our tours are guided in English.
No, for all your questions and concerns you would need to contact our customer service.
The standard in Iceland is 230V and 50Hz and we use F-type power sockets and plugs, so you might have to bring an adaptor if you are visiting from UK, USA, Canada or other countries using a different voltage, Hz or plugs.
Our tours are split into four different categories that help participants to understand what to expect from the tour. The categories are Easy, Moderate, Challenging and Demanding. Each tour is rated making it easier to find tours that suit you.
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We’ve partnered with the Kolviður Fund in a new carbon offsetting program, which passengers can select to participate in at the time of booking.
The Kolviður Fund is the oldest, most respected carbon offsetting program in Iceland. With your support, one tree will be planted in special Kolviður forests in Iceland to carbon offset your tour with us.
Kolviður forests are strategically planted to absorb the maximum amount of CO2 and the forests are protected for a minimum of 60 years. During their lifetime the trees absorb carbon and store it in their root system, trunk, and branches. Trees also prevent soil erosion and maintain storage of carbon in the soil.