4 days £759
From thermal pools, to cascading waterfalls and snow capped mountains, Iceland's awesome landscapes won't disappoint on this 4 day break
Seek out the stunning Northern Lights on this exhilarating 4 day trip of Iceland. Based in the lively capital city of Reykjavik, you’ll soak up unique Icelandic lifestyle and culture and discover the country’s spectacular snow-scattered landscapes. Plus, you’ll travel with a group of fellow travellers and an expert trip leader, who’ll ensure you make the most of your whirlwind 4 days of adventure in Iceland.
Day 1: Arrive in Iceland
Fly into Keflavik Airport this morning and make your way to your starting accommodation in Reykjavik. Get straight into Icelandic life with a beer tasting and a night out with the group.
Day 2: Blue Lagoon
Visit the Blue Lagoon, a steaming geothermic pool. After a relaxing soak, head out on a Northern Lights tour in search of the iconic natural light show.
Day 3: Golden Circle
See the UNESCO World Heritage site of Thingvellir National Park. If travelling before April 2021 you will have a free day to explore Reykjavik.
Day 4: Reykjavik
Your tour comes to an end this morning. Head back to the airport or stick around for some more independent exploration of Iceland.
- 3 nights of accommodation included
- Two- or three-star en-suite hotel rooms
- Twin- or double-share rooms
- 3 breakfasts and 1 dinner included
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Arrive into Reykjavik on day 1 of the trip and make your own way to your starting accommodation, where you will meet your group and guide at approx 3pm. Your trip ends in Reykjavik on day 4 at around 10am.
As a response to the outbreak of Covid-19, many of our local partners and suppliers are putting in place new measures and policies regarding health and safety in response to the outbreak. These new measures will change and evolve over time, and the policies and procedures will vary depending on each trip. Some of the changes you may experience are:
- Updated safety & hygiene procedures
- Arrival safety meetings
- Smaller group sizes
- Knowledgeable & Trained Staff
- Access to 24/7 emergency support
- Different transport & accommodation
It's important you also take steps to make travelling safer. You should abide by local laws and restrictions, and follow the guidance of the local team. You should also bring and use your own face coverings/masks and hand sanitiser, social distance where needed, wash your hands frequently, and cover your face when sneezing or coughing.