August to April: Daily
Golden circle Tour: 6 hours
Northern Lights Tour: 3 hours
Make your way to BSI Bus Terminal, Vatnsmyrarvegur 10, Reykjavík.
Same as the start point.
Save a reasonable amount with a fabulous combo deal and enjoy the Golden Circle tour and see the famous Northern Lights! Visit some of the best known historical sites and natural phenomena in Iceland on the Golden Circle tour. and experience one of Mother Nature’s greatest showstoppers – the magical phenomenon known as the Northern Lights.
Golden Circle Tour:
Visit the geothermal area around the incredible spouting hot springs of Geysir and Strokkur on the Golden Circle tour. The Great Geysir gives its name to all the hot springs in the world. Though Geysir is hardly active anymore, the very impressive, Strokkur erupts every 4-8 minutes and shoots a column of water up to 40 metres up in the air.
Continue to the picturesque waterfall Gullfoss ('Golden Waterfall'), located in the canyon of Olfusa river. Explore the waterfalls edge, experience the the forces and beauty of untouched nature and feel the mist of the glacial water on your face. The waterfall gives the illusion of falling straight into an abyss, but in reality, it falls into a crevice which is 32 metres deep.
Proceed to the Þingvellir National Park, a place of fascinating geology and picturesque landscapes. The Mid - Atlantic Ridge – the boundary between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates is clearly visible here. Gaze with awe at the line where Iceland is slowly being pulled apart as North America veers west and Eurasia moves east. Þingvellir is also a site of great historic interest, its plains playing host to the Icelandic parliament Alþingi, founded in the year 930 AD.
You will arrive back in Reykjavík around 18:30. You will have a few hours to spend before you join our Northern Lights tour.
Northern Lights Tour:
The tour will take you to the place where these Northern Lights are most likely to be seen, based on weather forecast.
The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, are a spectacular natural phenomenon, spraying the Arctic sky with a fantastic riot of colours. Northern Lights can be seen when certain weather conditions are fulfilled, usually during crispy cold and tranquil evenings.
After the Northern Lights Tour, you will be dropped back to the starting point.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all departure details.
Icelandic weather is unpredictable; we recommend dressing in warm layers and sturdy shoes.
Northern Lights is a natural phenomenon and sightings are not guaranteed! In the event of an unsuccessful northern lights hunt, there will be no refund. However, you may join on subsequent tours until you have a successful night of seeing the northern lights.
If the tour is cancelled due to weather conditions, you can attend same tour later day, or you can get a refund.
Indicated return times may vary if the activity is good, but we should be back in Reykjavík three hours after the tour starts.
You can upgrade your tour after the booking to include hotel transfers for an extra cost, by contacting with our local activity partner (payable direct).
A new bus stop has been opened on Mýrargata, Bus stop 15 - Vesturbugt. This bus stop will be used for passengers staying at CenterHotel Grandi and Reykjavík Marina.
best tour I every did !!!!
The only reason for 4 stars, is because the Northern Lights haven't yet happened, due to unfortunate weather! The rest has been absolutely awesome!
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