This is a fantastic way to explore some of Iceland's most famous sights. Glaciers, waterfalls, hot springs and a good chance of seeing the northern lights.
This five-day tour is a great way to explore some of the most famous and sought-after sights in Iceland. The south coast is a sightseeing paradise with numerous waterfalls, glaciers, a black volcanic beach and other unique locations you just have to see. The west, the Snæfellsnes peninsula will then invite you on an extraordinary visual journey but Snæfellsnes has been picked as the winter destination in Europe by the US travel magazine Travel & Leisure!
Oct. - Apr.
Meet on location
Departs from Overwrite
- Tour highlights
- Small Group Experience
- Golden Circle
- Vatnajökull Glacier
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
- Diamond Beach
- A Visit to a Natural Ice Cave
- Skógafoss Waterfall
- Seljalandsfoss Waterfall
- Reynisfjara black sand beach
- Hraunfossar and Barnafoss Waterfalls
- Snæfellsnes Peninsula
- Northern Lights
- Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon
- Pick-up & drop off from Reykjavík
- Guided Tour in a Minibus
- Accommodation with Private Bathroom - 4 Nights
- Breakfast Each Morning at Your Hotel
- English Speaking Tour Guide
- Amazing Stops
- Ice Caving Tour
- Free WiFi on Board Your Bus
Explore mind-blowing places by day and in the evening, if the forecast is good, you can spend your free time enjoying the Icelandic northern lights, hopefully, their glorious colors will swirl across the sky.
Taking off from Reykjavík early in the morning we begin with the sights of West Iceland including the dramatic Hraunfossar waterfall, where the water actually cascades out through the black lava in a graceful wide arc. Also on the agenda is Reykholt and Snorralaug, the pool where the historian and saga writer, Snorri Sturluson is reputed to have bathed. The night is spent at a hotel on Snæfellsness peninsula. Snæfellsness has a tremendous diversity of scenery, everything from the craggy sharp inlets and cliffs to the glistening glacier, jagged toothed mountains, soft farmlands and quaint towns and fishing villages. Go caving in an ancient lava tube, hike to a black pebble beach with the most stunning cliff formations, visit Kirkjufell, a favorite of photographers and so much more. Your hotel will be in the Reykjavík area.
The delights of the Golden Circle: Þingvellir, site of Iceland´s historic parliament, Alþingi, and one of the most geologically amazing places in the world. Visit Gullfoss, a truly majestic waterfall, and Geysir where you will witness Stokkur, spouting magnificent jets of steam upwards every few minutes. See Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls and far more along the south coast including the black sand beach at Reynisfjara. You will spend the night at a country hotel near Vík. Tomorrow is glacier day! You will explore a natural ice cave in Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Europe. Our certified guide will lead through and share some fascinating information about these icy labyrinths. Next, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, you will be astonished by the amazingly shaped icebergs, many of them displaying startling shades of blue. Then for the Diamond Beach, to see, in the mystical light of twilight, sparkling ice-monoliths on the black sand beach. The night will be spent at a hotel at Skaftafell.
On your final day you go on a never to be forgotten glacier hike. An hour of power on the ice, your little group, a glacier guide and the forces of nature which created this white majesty. On the way back to Reykjavík there are more sights to be seen along the south coast. Return to the city is between 20:00 and 23:00 – as always in Iceland, nature is somewhat in charge of the itinerary!
Pick up is at 09:00 from your hotel or a nearby meeting point in Reykjavík. Picking everyone up can take up to 30 minutes, your patience is much appreciated.
Available pick-up points: Arctic Adventures’s pick-up list.
What to bring: Warm outdoor clothing, a waterproof jacket and pants, headwear and gloves. Good hiking boots are recommended.
Day 1: West Iceland
Pick up is at 9:00 am from the Reykjavík meeting point you have chosen. Please note: picking everyone up can take up to 30 minutes but you do have to be ready and waiting at 9:00 am.
We will drive along the scenic west coast and explore West Iceland (Vesturland in Icelandic). The first stop of the day is at Deildartunguhver hot spring, this is the most powerful hot spring in Europe. It pumps out 180 l/sec of 100°C hot water, and the Icelanders certainly make good use of this vast quantity of hot water, using it to heat the homes and buildings in many neighboring towns. Our next stop will be at the historic site of Reykholt, here you will find a hot spring pool dating back to the medieval period, Snorralaug. This is the pool where the very famous Icelandic Saga writer, historian, and Law Speaker is reputed to have bathed, it has been preserved unchanged.
Our third stop of the day will be at the waterfalls, Hraunfossar (the Lava Falls) and Barnafoss (Children´s Falls). These waterfalls each offer something very different. You will hear the story of Barnafoss waterfall and learn how it acquired this name. At Hraunfossar you will see how the water flows out through thousands of little springs in the coal black lava. The falls form a very dramatic wide arc, that glacial water has traveled through the lava field all the way from Langjökull glacier.
We then leave Borgarfjörður behind and set our course towards Snæfellsnes peninsula. The Snæfellsnes peninsula has been picked as the winter destination in Europe by the US travel magazine Travel & Leisure and you will understand why in a heartbeat!
We will stop to view the unique Gerðuberg basalt columns before we arrive at our hotel for the night.
If the northern lights and cloud forecasts are favorable an evening northern lights hunt will be on!
*Please note that the order of the itinerary can change, we do sometimes start with the South Coast part of the tour and end with West Iceland.
- Deildartunguhver Hot Spring
- Snæfellsnes Peninsula
- Northern Lights
- Guided Tour in Minibus
- Deildartunguhver Hot Spring
- Highlights of Borgarfjörður
- Highlights of Snæfellsnes Peninsula
- One Night in a Hhotel
Day 2: Snæfellsnes Peninsula
After breakfast at our hotel we will drive to the western part of Snæfellsnes which will take us through some absolutely stunning coastal and mountain scenery. Our first stop of the day is at the small and charming fishing village of Arnarstapi, here we take a short walk to explore the surrounding area. You then have the option to explore beneath the ground at the Vatnshellir Cave, which is located inside Snæfellsnes National Park. This cave is a lava tube tunnel which is around 8000 years old, your specialist caving guide will explain its formation and fascinating features. This experience takes you about as close as you can get to the Jules Verne story, A Journey to the Center of Earth. If you wish to go caving you need to book this as an extra when you book your tour.
Your next stop will be at Hellnar, a really picturesque village where we stop for lunch. We then continue to the beautiful black pebble beach at Djúpalónssandur. Here we enjoy a short hike, as the shimmering silver-tipped Atlantic waves roll over the glossy black pebbles of this beach, which is framed by incredibly shaped cliffs. You will see the remains of the British trawler, Epine, which was ship-wrecked here. At the head of the beach, you will also find the famous ‘lifting stones’. Maybe you would like to test your strength like the Icelandic fishermen did in the old days?
From Djúpalónssandur, we continue our journey around Snæfellsnes peninsula and our next stop will be at the famous and much photographed, Mount Kirkjufell, a favorite spot for many photographers.
- Arnarstapi Fishing Village
- Vatnshellir Cave (optional/extra fee)
- Djúpalónssandur Beach
- Snæfellsnes Peninsula & Mount Kirkjufell
- One Night at Hotel in Reykjavík
- Visit to Arnarstapi Fishing Village
- Caving Guide & Caving Equipment
- Hiking at Djúpalónssandur Beach
- Photo Opportunities at Mount Kirkufell
Reykjavik Lights Hotel
Day 3: The Golden Circle
First, on the agenda today is the Golden Circle. Starting at Þingvellir National Park (Thingvellir), one of UNESCO’S world heritage sites due to its geology and history. The Icelanders founded their historic parliament, Alþingi, here in the year 930, making it one of the oldest parliaments in the world. The Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet at Þingvellir, the rift valley clearly shows how these plates have drifted apart.
Haukadalur valley and the geothermal area of Geysir is next, we will see Strokkur, a geyser/hot spring which can be relied upon to erupt every few minutes, propelling boiling water up to 25 m into the air. The majestic waterfall, Gullfoss (the Golden Waterfall) is our final golden circle attraction. Watching huge volumes of water crashing and roaring through the rugged canyon is awe-inspiring. The cascade drops 32 m in two drops, turning a little as it does so.
As we continue along the Ring Road we will get a view of the famous mountain volcano, Hekla, if visibility is good. We then visit Seljalandsfoss waterfall – you can actually walk behind the tumbling falls for a unique vantage point. Another waterfall, Skógafoss is next, water from the great glacier, Eyjafjallajökull, flows through these falls. The impressive cascade drops 60 m into the calm Skógará (river) below. Your last stop on this magical day is at Reynisfjara, a black sand beach, to see the powerful Atlantic Ocean waves – make sure to stand well back! You will see the Reynisdrangar basalt peaks rising like trolls from the sea, giving you a good idea where some of the Icelandic folklore sprang from. We spend the night in a country hotel near the small coastal town of Vík. Maybe conditions will be ripe to see some northern lights?
- Þingvellir National Park
- Geysir Hot Springs
- Gullfoss Waterfall
- Seljalandsfoss Waterfall
- Skógafoss Waterfall
- Reynisfjara Black Beach
- Northern Lights
- Hotel Accommodation
- Hotel Breakfast
- Visit to all Highlights of Golden Circle
- Waterfalls of the South Coast
- Reynisfjara Black Beach
- Hotel Near Vík
Day 4: Ice caving and Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon
We continue our journey towards the east through enchanting lava fields and glacial desert sands, really wonderful contrasting scenery. Our main objectives today are glacier adventures, exploring a natural ice cave* in Vatnajökull glacier and the magnificent Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. We equip ourselves and get a thorough safety briefing before spending about 45 minutes exploring the magical blue ice and taking photos. Your certified glacier guide will lead you through the ice cave, making sure you are safe. New ice caves are formed each winter, they are continually changing and totally reliant upon the forces of nature. The blue color appears when the air is pressed out of the ice and it becomes very dense.
There is a degree of flexibility with this tour. The weather in Iceland is unpredictable and we want to ensure you will have an optimal travel in Iceland experience. Your guide will, therefore, decide the best way to organize the tour each time, you might, therefore, visit the cave on day three, this depends on which day your guide feels the conditions will be best. The temperature inside the ice cave is well below freezing point so please dress warmly. Your guide may decide to combine the ice cave and glacier hike into a single activity depending on conditions.
Finally, we visit Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and the nearby Diamond Beach where you will see icebergs of many shapes and sizes floating on the lagoon or resting on the beach in the dream-like fading late afternoon light. Seals can sometimes be seen in the lagoon. Your hotel will be in the Skaftafell area, of course, we hope conditions will be right for some northern light spotting!
Please note: ice caves are an ever changing natural phenomenon and, therefore, unpredictable. We will visit one ice cave during the tour and the choice of cave is based purely on conditions and safety considerations.
- Vatnajökull National Park
- Natural Ice Cave in Vatnajökull Glacier
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
- Diamond Beach
- Northern Lights
- Breakfast at a Hotel in Vík
- Guided Ice Cave tour
- Certified Glacier guide
- Specialized Ice Caving Gear
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
- Hotel in Skaftafell
Hof 1 Hotel
Day 5: Glacier Walk and the South Shore
After breakfast, we head off to the glacier again. The splendid Vatnajökull is the biggest glacier in Europe, thus, it has many outlet glaciers or glacier tongues which reach out from its huge white icy hub. These tongues are just perfect for glacier hikes – our specialized glacier guides will pick the best possible outlet glacier for your hike. You will be provided with all necessary glacier equipment including ice crampons and a helmet. Then let the excitement on the ice commence! Your guide will provide some fascinating insights into the glacial wonderland beneath your feet.
Proper hiking boots are absolutely essential, it is not possible to fit ice crampons to any other kind of footwear. If you do not possess these you can hire them when you book your tour. Hiking boots cannot be rented on the day. There are no special physical requirements for the glacier hike other than the ability to hike for at least an hour. If you are capable of doing this you will be able to fully enjoy the glacier hiking tour.
After the hike, we begin the journey back to Reykjavík. This gives us a chance to visit more sites as we travel through the south on our way back to the city. There will also be possibilities for some additional stops – all in accordance with the weather and conditions, for we know that the forces of nature are always in charge during the winter months in Iceland. We get back to Reykjavík between 20:00 and 23:00, again the timing depends upon the weather conditions on the day.
- Vatnajökull National Park
- Glacier Hike on Falljökull Glacier Tongue
- South Coast
- Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon
- Breakfast at Hotel in Skaftafell
- Guided Glacier Hike
- Specialized Glacier Gear
- More South Coast Highlights
- Drop off in Reykjavík
This is a great question. We would like to ask all participants to be ready from the start of the pick-up time as you could be our first pick-up.
Please be at your assigned pick-up location from the start time of your pick-up and wait for your guide to arrive.
Have your email and phone number listed with us so we can contact you if we run into any trouble finding you.
View our pick-up locations in Reykjavík.
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 Special Tours, has been a favorite with families traveling with young children, these guys have a great success rate in seeing whales (upwards of 98% in the summer time). 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 (the hot spring part is particularly popular with the kids:)). 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.
We recommend that you have personal health insurance coverage when participating in any adventure activities in Iceland, we actually recommend that whenever and whereever you travel you take out a good travel insurance, as world travelers ourselves it has saved us money and aggravation many times.
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.
The drive from KEF airport to Reykjavik takes around 45 minutes. If your flight is delayed, please call our customer service team to go over what options you may have.
These are the two most common ways to get from the airport to Reykjavik city:
The cheapest and most convenient way of getting to and from Keflavik International Airport. The shuttle drops you off at the BSI Bus Terminal downtown or takes you all the way to your hotel or the closest drop off location. If you’re arriving on the same day as your tour departures we highly recommend to pick BSI Bus terminal as your pick up location.
Book your airport transfer in Iceland.
The quickest way to get to Reykjavik city is by a taxi. The taxis can drop you off at any of our pick-up locations. Taking a taxi is tho always more expensive than the airport shuttle.
For further information about getting to and from Keflavík International Airport.
There is a saying in Iceland, if you don’t like the weather just wait 5 minutes. This might sound like a joke but is strangely true! Thanks to the beloved Gulf Stream, our country enjoys a cool, temperate maritime climate, this means refreshing summers and fairly mild winters. So basically, Iceland maintains a surprisingly moderate temperature all year around. For further information about the weather in Iceland and how to dress for it.
If your tour includes a glacier activity it’s very important to dress appropriately. Dress in 3 or 4 upper layers such as a light t-shirt (preferably wool) next to the skin, then a fleece or heavy wool garment, topped off with a waterproof windbreaker. Jeans are not recommended for our trips as they become very heavy, cold and uncomfortable to wear when they get wet. Lightweight hiking pants, track pants or long cotton pants are best and then wind/waterproof pants over. We also recommend using sunglasses and sunscreen even if it is cloudy due to the high UV and sunlight reflection from the glacier.
You will need sturdy hiking boots that fit crampons for the glacier hiking tours.
Tipping is not a requirement in Iceland although it is permitted and is well received in most cases.
Iceland is a very high-tech country and we actually have one of the highest rates of Internet usage in the world. Many restaurants and cafés, especially in Reykjavik, have free Wi-Fi access, so if you have a laptop, a tablet or a smartphone you can get Internet access almost anywhere. All of our vehicles have free Wi-Fi.
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.
Here is the plus side to a cold country like Iceland. No dangerous insects survive here! Iceland has about three areas where some mosquitoes have now settled but nothing you will have to worry about on our tours. So, to sum it up, no you will not need any repellant.
The Northern Lights are natural phenomena and we unfortunately cannot promise you will see them. Their appearance depends upon atmospheric and weather conditions.
For more information on the Northen Lights, please have a look at our Northern Lights information.
Unfortunately there isn’t just one simple answer to this question.
There is not just one single setting for your camera that ensures great captures. but if you have manual options, you are probably best served with experimenting with various combinations of ISO, aperture, and exposure settings. As a rule of thumb, ISO setting between 800 and 3200, aperture between f/2.8 and f/5.6, and shutter speed at between 15 seconds and 30 seconds have proven effective.
Nonetheless if you have manual options, you are probably best off with experimenting with various combinations of ISO, exposure and aperture settings. , ISO setting between 800 and 3200, aperture between f/2.8 and f/5.6, and shutter speed at between 15 seconds and 30 seconds have proven effective.
A good thing to keep in mind, ISO setting between 800 and 3200, aperture between f/2.8 and f/5.6, and shutter speed between 15 seconds and 30 seconds have given great results.
Different combinations may give very different results. Higher ISO setting will allow you to capture faster exposures, but the downside to this might be for example grainier images.
If the shutter speed is above 15 seconds it will result in slight star movement.
Wider angle lenses are usually more versatile in low light settings, but longer lenses give you different options for compositions. Make sure that you remove all lens filters, as they may distort images. You will probably get the best results with manual setting for infinite focal length
Be sure to remove all lens filters, as they may distort images. You will probably get the best results with manual setting for infinite focal length
The Golden Circle is a name for the very popular sightseeing route that connects Reykjavík with Þingvellir National Park (Thingvellir), Geysir Hot Springs and Gullfoss Waterfall. We offer several Golden Circle trips that combine sightseeing with some of our adventure tours.
Yes, we offer the tour Golden Circle small group tour which is basically the Golden Circle with some extra stops. This tour is focusing on sightseeing and the history of Iceland. Our stops are Gullfoss waterfall, Þingvellir national park (home to one of the first parliaments of the world), Geysir hot spring area and the historic Skálholt cathedral. View Golden Circle Tours.
We offer numerous options to spice up your Golden Circle tour and to make the most of your day. Here is a list of all of some great tours.
All year around options:
Our multi-day tours are operated in a minibus which will give you a small group experience and a better connection with the guide.
Accommodation is included during your multi-day tour which is often booked far in advance. By booking with us, you don’t have to worry about finding an accommodation during the time of the tour. Staying overnight in the countryside gives you the opportunity to explore Iceland further and experience places that you would normally not be able to on a one day tour. Note that Adventure packages do not include accommodation.
You’ll have an English speaking licensed adventure guide throughout the tour that will be able to tell you about everything you will see along the way and knows where the best locations to stop by are to give you the absolute best experience.
When booking with Arctic Adventures, you are guaranteed an accommodation at a nice country hotel and/or a guesthouse. The hotels we have partnered up with are all of the same standard and offer nice rooms with made-up beds. The rooms come with private or shared bathrooms, depending on your booking. The standard room is a twin room but it’s possible to request a double room or a triple room, with no extra charge.
If you are traveling solo, you will have to add the single room fee if you wish to have a single room.
All hotels have free Wi-Fi. Towels, a hairdryer and a kettle are accessible at all of the hotels. Hotel breakfast is included!
A single supplement is available if you want to have your own room, but you are not required to pay a single supplement. If you are a single traveler and do not wish to book a single room, you’ll be roomed with another traveler of the same gender.
If your tour includes an accommodation, breakfast is included during the tour at the hotel/guesthouse restaurant. Meals and beverages are otherwise not included on your tour. However, we will be making stops at restaurants and convenience stores where you will be able to purchase all necessities.
You should count on spending around 8,000 ISK (80$) on food each day per person. Cash is not necessary, as credit cards are almost always accepted. Having a small amount of cash doesn’t hurt though.
Breakfast is included at all the hotels we stay in during the tour. The breakfast will be a typical breakfast buffet, offering bread, toppings, cereal, yogurt, fruits, coffee, and tea etc.
Your guide will also find a good place for the group to eat lunch. We always try to choose places that have a wide selection of dishes on the menu, so there will be options available for everyone. The dinner is usually at the hotels we stay at for the night.
For multi-day tours, each participant is allowed to bring a small backpack and 1 piece of luggage weighing a maximum of 20 kg (44 lbs).
* The combined dimensions of each bag must not exceed 158 cm (62 in).
* It’s possible to store your luggage with us in Reykjavík while you are on your tour, for a small fee. We highly recommend storing the luggage in Reykjavík to help us reduce our carbon footprint.
* Please note that luggage storage is not refundable.
We do welcome participants of all ages older than the listed minimum age for each tour. We have people of ages ranging from 8-99 years joining our multi-day tours. Our average group usually consists of participants between the age 20-55 years. We do get a lot of solo travelers joining our tours, as well as families and friends.
If you have difficulties participating in any of the activities included in the tour, for example, a glacier activity, you are more than welcome to skip it. You can explore your surroundings in the meantime or wait elsewhere. Our guide should be able to drop you off at a nearby place where there are some services available.
We drive on average around 300 km (186 miles) per day on our multi-day tours. You will be spending approximately 4-5 hours in the car each day. We do of course stop on multiple locations throughout the tour for sightseeing, activities, bathroom breaks and lunch stops.
If you are not sure that you have suitable gear for your tour, we offer some necessary items for rent. For most of our multi-day tours, we rent out waterproof jackets and pants as well as hiking boots. You can book these items and more under the selection “Extras” in the booking widget when booking your tour on our website.
If you have already booked the tour and wish to add some rental gear to your booking, you can do so at least 24 hours prior to your tour starts.
For further information about rental gear:
Most of the hotels we use during our tours are remotely located and therefore ideal to spot the northern lights. If the forecast is in your favor, then it is more than likely that you will be able to see the magical show put on by the dancing northern lights during your tour with us. Most of the hotels offer a Northern Lights wake up call up on request if they lights are spotted.
The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon and therefore we can unfortunately never promise that they will be seen. Their appearance depends upon atmospheric and weather conditions. The best time to see them is between September and March when it’s dark and clear. The sky needs to be as dark as possible, so the best places to see them are well away from city lights (that’s where we are going!).
For more information on the Northern Lights, please have a look at our Northern Lights information.
We always recommend booking a multi-day tour starting at least one day after arriving in Iceland. If you’re flying in from the US or will be landing early (4-6:30 am) you should be able to join the tour, but some risks would follow (i.e if the flight gets delayed) and could, therefore, miss out on the tour.
All our tours are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Arctic Adventures does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherent risk.
“Top tour, top company. Very happy we went for Arctic Adventures.”
We booked the 5 Day Snaefellsnes, South Coast & Northern Lights and couldn’t be happier.
The tour was well organised and included a lot of the amazing things Iceland has to offer, with the added bonus of being in a small group (c. 15 people) which helps logistics and creates a friendlier atmosphere.
The standard of accommodation was good as was the transportation, even if the mini-bus we used in the Snaefellsnes leg of the tour could have been a bit more spacious.
I wouldn’t think twice before recommending Arctic Adventures or booking another tour with them.
A special shout out is due for our amazing guide, Arni. Knowledgeable, approachable, very professional and at the same time warm and flexible. It was as if you had a local friend showing you around. Arni always looked after our best interest and made this an amazing tour.
We have just had a 5-day tour on the West and South coasts of Iceland. The tour was amazingly well organized and François and Svenni have been the best guides ever! François is in love with Iceland and was able to pass on his passion to us. Svenni is a true Icelander and is an icon of the spirit of this country. The accomodations, transport, guided tours, Q&A sessions have been all very well handled. We are already thinking about reserving another tour with Arctic Adventures to see Iceland in summer. Recommending this tour to anyone who wishes to have a smooth and landscape-intensive journey. The price is worth it.
I’ve booked a 5 days tour which was a combination of a 3 days tour in the south and 2 days in the peninsula. I had two guide that were fantastic (Frìmann and Olivier). They were able to answer all our questions, give interesting information and make the tour more personal. Also they were able to change the itinerary according to the weather to make the best out of it. We visited a lot of Island highlight and even more. We had enough time at each stop. They also took pictures of us when we asked which was super nice ( Thanks to Olivier for the great picture of us in front of the northern light)! I had a great time in Island.