Iceland is a vast volcanic laboratory where mighty natural forces shape the land into glaciers, geysers, volcanoes and waterfalls.
- Reykjavík: Begin in Iceland’s bright and colorful capital city and a great base for exploring surrounding areas.
- Golden Circle: Explore Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site where the first Viking parliament was established; Geysir, the famous hot spring after which all other hot springs around the world are named; and Gullfoss, an extraordinary waterfall known as “The Golden Waterfall”.
- Snaefellsnes Peninsula: Journey to this scenic peninsula, known for its stunning beauty, rich diversity of bird life, and the majestic and mystical Snæfellsjökull glacier.
- Lake Mývatn: Visit this euphoric area, known for its volcanic and geothermal features, as well as its birdlife.
- Jökulsárlón: Experience the natural wonder of this magical place, the aptly-named “glacial river lagoon”.
- Skaftafell National Park: Trek the rugged landscapes, mountains, and glaciers of Skaftafell National Park, then visit the Laki Crater, formed in one of the largest volcanic eruptions in history. Travel just a few short hours to the majestic Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, and stop by the Blue Lagoon, the famous geothermal spa.
Best Time to Travel
For the best weather conditions, we recommend traveling to Iceland during the months of June to August.
Let us customize your trip to Iceland. Start with a sample itinerary below or work with one of our experienced Trip Specialists to design a completely unique program. Many travelers enjoy combining Iceland with other destinations in the region such as Greenland.