Details & Tour Information


8 Days — 6 Nights — 3 Stops

2020 Dates: June 3-16 / July 1-14

 When you’re struggling with going to Iceland, what can you do? Stress-eat donuts, sure. Or, you can ask yourself this one critical question. It will help you find the clarity you need to solve the problem. Do I want to experience geysers, waterfalls, glacier lakes, black sands, foodie walks, diving, and much more?


Over the next few days, enjoy warm beds, Icelandic cuisine, wine, glacier walks, bathing in the secret lagoon, strolling along black beaches, geysers, gazing at the Northern Lights, and more.


What You’ll Experience



Day 1-3

Warm beds, dinner, drinks, highlights of the Golden Circle (Pingvellir National Park), a popular geothermal geyser, Gullfoss waterfall…need more? Bathe with locals at the Secret Lagoon, enjoy Iceland’s highest-rated Foodie Walk eating thirteen delicious cuisines such as Icelandic lamb, ice cream, cheese tasting, and more.


Day 4-5

Depart for the south coast where you’ll stay in the tiny village of Vik. See the best known waterfalls of Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, stroll the black sand beach known of Reynisfjara, visit both Skaftafell National Park and Jokulsarlonon Glacier Lagoon, and go photograph the inside of a glacier on Iceland’s famous Glacier Walk.


Day 6-7

Before returning to Reyjavik, you’ll snorkel at Silfra. Yes, snorkel. Don’t worry. You’ll be perfectly warm, fitted into a ‘human-shaped sleeping bag!’ Silfra has clearest water in the world (300ft!), and lies smack between the American and Eurasian continental divide. Enjoy Reykjavik at leisure prior to tomorrow’s departure.


You’ll Also Get

To stop wishing you could experience new dishes and drinks, like 'rugbraud' (rye bread) & fermented shark, called 'hakarl.'
To feel like you're getting more out of your day because you've slept in safe, central accommodations.
To stop waiting to travel because you can't find time to commit to a plan.
To avoid risking your own designed trip and STILL not getting the most out of your travel.
To have that 'look' that all well-traveled and cultured people have from experiencing other places, people, and stories.
To meet other travelers who see travel as an investment rather than a vacation or excuse to party.