Iceland Self Drive Option 3

Package Tour Self-Drive Iceland (6-Day Self Drive)

  • Package Includes:
  • - 6 Day Car Rental Medium 4x4 Kia Sportage or equivalent with manual gearing (includes CDW insurance, pick up and drop off Keflavik Airport
  • - 5 Nights of Accommodations 3* to 4* hotels or equivalent (twin rooms with private bathrooms)
  • - Northern Lights Tour (with Super Jeep)
  • - Blue Lagoon Premium Admission
  • - Guided Glacier Walk
  • - Boat Tour on Jokularslon
  • - Complimentary Sightseeing itinerary with maps
  • - Contact person in Iceland

*Hotels are similar to Reykjavik Marina Hotel in Superior or Deluxe Rooms.

Breakfast Daily

Excursions

Northern Lights

Northern Lights

The Northern Lights tour in Iceland takes you to see a spectacular natural phenomenon which happens during the winter months. The Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are caused by the interaction of particles from the sun with the upper atmosphere near the North Pole. Northern Lights in Iceland are visible during the winter months, from September to April. The locations visited during the Northern Lights tour vary from day to day depending on weather conditions. Because this tour is weather dependent, sightings are not guaranteed. However, if you don‘t see any Northern Lights during this tour, you are welcome to join the tour again, free of charge.

The Golden Circle (driving on your own)

The Golden Circle allows you to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning sights, starting with the Geysir geothermal area where the Strokkur geyser shoots a column of water up to 30 metres (98 ft.) into the air every 4-8 minutes in a thrilling display of nature’s forces. The visit continues with Gullfoss (Golden Falls) waterfall, created by the river Hvítá, which tumbles and plunges into a crevice some 32 m (105 ft.) deep. The Golden Circle also includes the historical and geological wonder that is Thingvellir National Park, where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates are pulling apart at a rate of a few centimetres per year.

Glacier Walk

Within a little less than two hours drive from Reykjavík is Eyjafjallajökull glacier, and just a little further the Sólheimajökull glacier tongue extends down from Mýrdalsjökull, Iceland´s fourth largest glacier. A glacier hike is a great way to experience Icelandic nature. We take an easy glacier walk on crampons up on to the ice field where a wonderland of ice sculptures, ridges and deep crevasses awaits discovery. During the hike you learn more about these disappearing giants. We will provide and teach you how to use basic glacier equipment for this tour.

Glacier Lagoon

Glacier Lagoon

Get a front row seat to the glacial lagoon as you sail among the gigantic icebergs and take in the power and the peace of this magnificent natural phenomenon. The lake is a result of Breiðarmerkurjökull glacier slowly retreating, leaving in its wake the lagoon and the oddly-shaped icebergs of various sizes. En route to the lagoon you will see some of Iceland’s most magnificent scenery, including the tallest mountain in Iceland, Hvannadalshnjúkur, and the sprawling black sand desert between Skaftafell National Park and the lagoon itself.

Blue Lagoon Premium Entrance

Blue Lagoon
  • Entrance to Blue Lagoon
  • Silica Mud Mask
  • Use of Towel
  • 1st Drink of your choice
  • Algae Mask
  • Use of Bathrobe
  • Slippers
  • Reserved table at LAVA
  • Sparkling wine at LAVA

Your Icelandic adventure can be custom created specific to your interests. Discuss your Icelandic dreams with Teri so she can make them a reality.

Your Iceland Adventure courtesy of Teri at:

www.EndlessLoveTravel.com

Info@EndlessLoveTravel.com

Please note, no inventory is being held; pricing is subject to change and availability and is not guaranteed until ticketed.

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