Iceland Trips

Why Go:

  • Scenery: Enjoy the beauty and scenery of the outdoors including waterfalls and glaciers
  • Northern Lights: One of the best places in the world to view the eerie glow in the sky
  • Get Outside: Enjoy hikes and walks throughout the Icelandic countryside

When to Go:

  • Summer is a great time to visit because the weather is warmer
  • If seeing the Northern Lights is a must for you, then you’ll want to visit January – March or October – November
  • Our Iceland specialized travel agents will work with you to determine the best time of year for you to make the trip!

What to Do:

  • Visit the mighty Gullfoss waterfall: One of the most popular attractions in Iceland, you won’t want to miss this spectacular waterfall, which also happens to be the most powerful waterfall in Europe
  • Walk through the rift valley: This area marks the separation between the North American and the European tectonic plates and is called a national park called Thingvellir
  • Boat Cruises: Take a tour through icebergs with opportunities for whale watching
  • Wildlife: Witness the majestic Icelandic horses running wild against backdrops of majestic glaciers and geysers or see puffins (known as the “clown of the sea”)
  • Botanical Garden: While in northern Iceland, visit Akureyri to see native Icelandic plants in the botanical garden
  • Hiking through Skaftafell National Park: Hike through the park, where some scenes of the James Bond movie Die Another Day were filmed and see the largest glacier (Vatnajökull ) flowing into Lake Jökulsárlón that forms icebergs


Where to Go:

  • Reykjavik: The country’s capital is the largest city and offers some shopping
  • Country Loop: Travel around the entire country so that you can experience all that Iceland has to offer