- Package valid for one person (twin share - you must purchase two packages)
- Four nights of premium accommodation
- Delicious daily buffet breakfast served at your hotel each morning
- Northern Lights evening tour - search the skies for the Northern Lights, (Aurora Borealis) among the most spectacular phenomena on earth
- Reykjavik city tour - view the old town centre, the Parliament, the harbour, the Hofdi house, and the Hallgrímskirkja Church, whose steeple is a Reykjavík landmark
- Full-day South Shore Adventure, visiting waterfalls and glaciers
- Travel in a modern motor coach
- The services of an English-speaking guide
- Entrance fees per itinerary
The package is valid for ONE PERSON (based on twin share). If you are travelling with another person you must purchase TWO PACKAGES, otherwise, an additional single traveller surcharge will apply. Single travellers will get their own room throughout the tour.
Children are permitted on this tour but must purchase a full-price package.
The maximum capacity on this tour is 42 people. No minimum age applies.
Tour includes accommodation at the following hotel (or similar):
Fosshotel Reykjavik or Centerhotel Arnarhvoll or Hotel Klettur, Reykjavik
Maximum Room Capacity:
The maximum room capacity is two people sleeping on twin or double bedding.
Please Note: This is an active itinerary which includes several walking tours on often uneven, icy terrain.
Bring comfortable walking shoes and hiking boots, a sweater, clothes you can layer, an all-weather jacket, and an umbrella. Gloves/mittens, a waterproof parka, a hat, and waterproof hiking boots with good treads and warm socks are essential when visiting during winter. Ice grips or non-slip cleats which fit over shoes or boots are also strongly suggested. A flashlight is recommended for Northern Lights excursions.
Northern Lights tour is subject to correct weather conditions and sightings cannot be guaranteed. If the tour is cancelled, locally, another Northern Lights tour will be offered on the evening of Day 3, Day 4, or Day 5. The Northern Lights tour departs in the late evening and may not return until after midnight.
A camera with long exposure is the best way to capture the northern lights in photographs, particularly if they are not especially strong or easy to see.