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Guided Tours in Iceland

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Your flights are booked, you’ve researched the best restaurants, packed your thermal underwear and Icelandic phrasebook, but what’s next?

Now is the time to organise and book your guided tour of Iceland. Read on to discover the benefits of guided tours and explore some of the most popular that Iceland has to offer!


Why Book a Guided Tour of Iceland?

Simply put, booking a guided tour of Iceland is one the easiest and most efficient ways of the seeing the Land of Ice and Fire, providing the best value possible.

As Iceland is such an expansive country, with spectacular natural attractions in each corner of the island, many visitors struggle to fit it all in. Guided tours allow you travelers with limited time to pack in as much as possible and ensure that they can enjoy the best trip possible.

Enjoy Stress-Free Travel

There are many benefits to booking a guided tour of Iceland, but one of the most convenient reasons is that it allows visitors to enjoy a stress-free holiday, taking the hassle out of hiring a car, planning an itinerary and even finding accommodation.

Once you’ve booked your tour, our team will pick you up from your hotel, notable spots in Reykjavik, or any other central location, and shuttle you to the tour’s starting point.

Take Advantage of Expert Knowledge

Our experienced Arctic Adventures tour guides are experts in their trade, who’ve acquired their skills and knowledge through years of training and working experience in Iceland and abroad.

Whether you’ve booked a snorkelling day tour or a multi-day adventure tour, our expert guides will ensure have you have the best experience possible and come away with treasured memories and a newfound appreciation for Iceland’s natural wonders.

Shared Experiences

For solo travelers, or small groups touring around Iceland, guided tours are a great option for those who want to combine sightseeing with meeting new people.

Our guided tours allow you to meet like-minded adventurers from all over the world, who’ve come to explore Iceland and its unique landscape.


What Are the Best Guided Tours in Iceland?

Now that you’ve book your flights to Reykjavík and have decided that a guided tour is the right option for you, you’re probably curious to find out which are the best ones to book?

Luckily for you, Arctic Adventures has a huge variety of guided tours on offer. We cater for thrill-seekers, nature enthusiasts, climbers and everyone in between.

Below you’ll find a snapshot of our most popular guided tours Iceland has to offer.

Iceland’s Golden Circle

The Golden Circle is a driving route which totals more than 300 km and is home to some of Iceland’s most well-known tourist attractions, including Thingvellir National Park and Gullfoss Waterfall, as well as The Great Geysir.

Arctic Adventures offers a range of tours to The Golden Circle, with different packages available to suit any traveler. On the tour, customers will be picked up in Rekjavík before making the 300 km round journey along the Golden Circle to visit many of Iceland’s most popular attractions.

Landmannalaugar

The central highland region of Iceland is revered by hikers and photographers the world over, with Landmannalaugar being the jewel in its crown. This unique geothermal region is home to caramel-colored peaks, hot springs, lava fields and clear blue lakes and is famed for its picture-perfect views.

Hikers can easily combine their love of the outdoors with an exciting guided tour of Landmannalaugar and its surrounding landscapes. On the tour, you’ll enjoy stunning walks along remote country trails, spectacular views of lush green terrain and multi-colored mountain ranges.

After the trek, hikers can take a dip in a nearby natural hot spring, the perfect way to end the day with some much-needed rest and relaxation!

See The Northern Lights

The Northern Lights are the most elusive of natural phenomenon. Conditions have to be just right for the Arctic’s most beautiful light show to take place, with dark cloudless skies needed to ensure visibility.

Usually, the best time to see the Northern Lights is between September and April, as these are the darkest months and give visitors the best chance of seeing the lights.

Our Northern Lights Tours are the perfect option for anyone who’s on a short trip to Iceland or traveling without a car. Our most popular Northern Lights Explorer Tour leaves Reykjavík at 21:30, before driving off-the-beaten-track to some of the most exclusive Northern Lights viewing spots in Iceland.

Once our driver has parked, you’ll get to wrap up in a blanket and enjoy some hot chocolate or Icelandic Brennivín (if you’re brave enough!)

Still unsure about booking a guided tour? Check out our Self-Drive Package Tours, which can give you the best of both worlds!