Iceland is open for travel: Volcanic eruption in Iceland 2024

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You’ve seen the photos, now it’s time to live the experience! Our tour takes you beyond the snapshots to reveal the true magic of Iceland. Journey through the most popular regions: Snæfellsnes Peninsula, the South Coast, and Jokulsarlon.

With just you and your guide, experience the unique beauty of Iceland in a personalized and private setting. Discover hidden gems, unique viewpoints and make the most of your time with us—no lines, no rush, just pure enjoyment.


  • Visit Iceland’s most photographed mountain
  • Walk near the stunning waterfalls
  • Discover dramatic black sand beaches
  • Boat among icebergs at the glacier lagoon
  • Customize your tour to your needs
  • Get a personal guide with in-depth local knowledge
  • Visit multiple iconic sites in one trip


  • Pick-up and drop-off in the Reykjavik area
  • Transportation in the comfort of a private vehicle
  • Experienced English-speaking driver guide
  • Customizable itinerary & flexible schedule

What to bring

  • Warm outdoor clothing
  • Headwear
  • Gloves
  • Sturdy shoes
  • Waterproof jacket

Tour Snapshot

Availability All Year
Duration 5 days
Departs From Reykjavik
Level Easy Suitable for most people in fair condition.
Accommodation Included
Meet on Location Yes
Tour Type Private Tour
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Snæfellsnes, South Coast, and Jökulsárlón - the go-to regions of Iceland.

Explore the untouched beauty of the Snæfellsnes peninsula. See the natural wonders of the South Coast that win over the hearts of tourists worldwide. Take a boat ride in the Jökulsárlón lagoon - a cold and beautiful place near the Vatnajökull glacier.

All of that and more await you on this tour. The best part? You get to go on this journey alone. It’s just you and your guide. Together, we’ll craft a tour that feels special and unique to you.

The Snæfellsnes Peninsula has black sand beaches, majestic mountains, and charming fishing villages. The stunning landscape includes glaciers, sea stacks, dramatic cliffs, waterfalls, and golden sand beaches. Its variety of natural wonders has earned it the nickname "Iceland in Miniature."

Borgarnes is the gateway to this region. A small fishing town that captures the Viking-era aesthetics. Like Borgarnes in the south, Stykkisholmur welcomes people in the north. This fishing town has a ferry to the Westfjords. It’s a cultural hub with one of Iceland’s oldest buildings, the Stykkishólmskirkja Church.

Ólafsvík is a retreat on the east side of the peninsula. On one side, there’s a view of the Atlantic Ocean, and on the other, Bæjarfoss - a waterfall with a beautiful 164-foot (50-meter) drop.

Stroll through Djupalonssandur and Dritvik’s black sand beaches and enjoy the shipwrecks and rock formations that dot the landscape. Visit Arnarstapi, an old village, and walk around the charming houses. Snap some photos of the beautiful cliffs nearby, too.

Did we mention the mountains yet? You’ll find four on the peninsula, the most charming being Kirkjufell. You might recognize it from the popular Game of Thrones series. It’s an arrow-shaped mountain. Your guide will take you around it, taking you to the best viewing locations.

The South Coast of Iceland is one of the most diverse regions on the island. You’ll find black-sand beaches, glaciers, and numerous waterfalls here. It’s an area you’ll explore with your guide, moving from one landmark to another.

Glaciers of varying sizes dot the landscape, with Vatnajökull National Park offering a range of activities such as crystal ice cave tours, ice climbing, and glacier hiking, all tailored to your preferences. However you choose to explore the outlet glacier’s surface, an adventure will be customized just for you.

Take a break in the only big settlement in the area - Vík í Mýrdal. Stroll through the streets, enjoying the architecture of the buildings. Next, your guide will take you to Reynisfjara black-sand beach. Look up at the basalt towers and enjoy the view of the Atlantic Ocean.

How can we forget the waterfalls? Take a walk around the Skógafoss waterfall - a marvel that hundreds of tourists enjoy yearly. Its 196-foot (60-meter) drop is hypnotic. Seljalandsfoss comes close to that effect. Enjoy the view of the cascading waters by walking behind the waterfall itself.

Located on the edge of Vatnajökull National Park, this stunning glacial lagoon is a highlight of southern Iceland. You’ll explore it at your own pace in one of three ways you want (or maybe all three).

If you’re up for it, consider taking a boat tour during the summer months. See the blue water up close and personal as you cruise between the giant icebergs, which are beautiful on their own.

Of course, you can also enjoy the boating experience by booking a kayak tour. Imagine yourself paddling through the water, taking in the sights. It’s an exercise and relaxation session combined in one.

You can always stay on solid ground and choose to tour nearby crystal ice caves instead. Your journey will start at Jökulsárlón and take you to the depths of Vatnajökull. It’s the perfect opportunity to snap some photos.

You’ll be transported by a private vehicle. Depending on the road conditions and weather, we’ll select a vehicle that is both safe and effective. That can be a Super Jeep, a Mercedes Benz V class, or a Sprinter. A private guide will be with you throughout the whole tour.

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