Iceland and Northern Lights


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  • Enjoy a city tour of Reykjavik
  • Visit the famous Blue Lagoon
  • Tour the popular ‘Golden Circle’ route, seeing Strokkur geyser, Gullfoss waterfall and Pingvellir National Park
  • Stroll on the dramatic black sand beaches on the south coast
  • Relax in Hella and look out for the famous Northern Lights

The wonderful country of Iceland offers unique natural wonders and cultural heritage, from bubbling geysers to geothermal spas, which we’ll discover on this fantastic break, as well as spending time in the colourful capital of Reykjavik. Iceland is also famous for a great place to view the remarkable Northern Lights, where the night sky can be lit with dancing colours, ranging from green to pink. With two nights staying in rural southern Iceland, away from the lights of the city, you’ll be able to relax and search the dark evening skies, hopefully seeing this amazing phenomenon, with our local expert also giving an interesting presentation.

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Aarhus Cottages

Set in grounds and overlooking the Ranga River, these charming cottages are perfect to enjoy the peaceful air and openness of Iceland.

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Included Excursions

Golden Circle

We head out to follow the popular ‘Golden Circle’ route, taking us to three of Iceland’s famous spots. We’ll see the Strokkur geyser, then continue to Gullfoss waterfall, going on to the Pingvellir National Park. Even before arriving at the geyser geothermal fields, you will see the steam rising as we approach. 


Reykjavik, Blue Lagoon And Reykjanes Peninsula

Enjoy an interesting guided tour of the beautiful city of Reykjavik, seeing the colourful houses, the old harbour and of course the iconic Hallgrímskirkja church. Continuing on we discover the Reykjanes Peninsula, with its bird cliffs, lighthouses and fishing villages, before visiting the famous Blue Lagoon for chance to relax and bathe in the geothermal waters to round off our day.


Southern Iceland

Discover the southern part of the country on our tour today, seeing Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Skogar Folk Museum, then enjoying the coastal scenery at Reynisfjara, near Vik, where there are dramatic cliffs and black sandy beaches.