8 days / 7 nights
Immerse yourself in the unparalleled natural beauty of Iceland as you explore its dramatic landscapes and coastline that feature majestic waterfalls, lunar-like valleys, mountainous glaciers and stunning volcanoes. You’ll also savor culinary flavors and take part in the local traditions of this vibrant Scandinavian island. And be sure to keep an eye out for elves!
Trip at a Glance
Arrive: Keflavík International Airport (KEF)
Depart: Keflavík International Airport (KEF)
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina
Icelandair Hotel Vik
Icelandair Hotel Akureyri
7 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 5 Dinners
Minimum Age: 8
Recommended Age: 10+
Solheimajökull Glacier Hike
Experience the thrill of hiking the icy terrain of a glacier while surrounded by scenic mountains.
River Rafting in Skagafjörður
Head into Iceland’s dramatic deep canyon scenery for a not-too-intense rafting adventure.
The Blue Lagoon
Achieve spiritual serenity as you soothe your mind, body and soul in this blissful Icelandic oasis.
Horseback Riding In The Golden Circle
Get in the saddle and hit the scenic trail on this gentle breed of Icelandic horse.
Kerið Crater Visit
Walk around the rim or the pool below as you discover the massive size of this 6,500 year old attraction.
Gullfoss Waterfall & Strokkur Geyser
Visit 2 of Iceland’s most stunning natural wonders that will leave you awestruck.
Whale Watching in Eyjafjörður
Sail along the bank of Iceland’s longest fjord as you watch for whales that swim in these waters.
Seljalandsfoss Waterfall Hike
See all sides to this spectacular waterfall as you walk all the way around the cascading waters.
Ektafiskur Experience & Culinary Tasting
Learn the history of the Icelandic fish trade and taste fermented shark—if you dare.
Grenjaðarstaður Turf Houses
See true architectural innovation that allowed Icelanders to live with limited resources.
Visit Local Smokehouse
Watch the smoking process that is critical in preparing Iceland’s smoked meats at this family farm.
Húsavík & Whale Museum
Wander the quaint streets of this seaside village that is home to the unique Whale Museum.