Fly to Iceland and collect your rental car on arrival at Keflavik International Airport. Drive along the coast up to the town of Hveragerði, where you will be staying your first night. First stop on the Golden Circle route is Thingvellir, where the world’s oldest parliament was established around 930 AD. Thingvellir is on the World Heritage List, first published by UNESCO in 1972. Continuing on to Gullfoss waterfall and the Geysir hot springs area, you will have the chance to visit one of the most remarkable tourist attractions in Iceland. On the way, back you might want to stop at Skálholt. Skálholt was home to the head of the Icelandic Church from 1056 AD. The Church had its headquarters here for nearly 750 years. The geothermal pool of Secret Lagoon you find nearby Skálholt. You can also make a stop at the ancient volcanic crater of Kerid, which is thought to be around 3,000 years old.
- Price from:
- $ 625,-
- 5 Days / 4 Nights
- Daily departures
From south coast to west coastDates and prices
From the beatiful black lava beaches in the south to the fjords in the west. On this magnificent natural adventure in Iceland you will see the fascinating Geysir, thundering waterfalls, lava fields, lunsh and green valleys, historical Thingvellir and the fantastic fjords in the west. This is a great short road trip in Iceland where you will experience the raw and real nature of this volcanic island.
Today you can have the chance to explore Borgarfjördur area and Reykholt, one of the most important historical places in the country and visit the Snorri-Museum. The beautiful waterfalls Hraunfossar and Barnafoss. Next to the Hreðavatnsskáli lies the ring krater of the extinct Grábrók Volcano, the climb up there is tiring, but the view is splendid. You continue the travel to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. The main attraction of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula is the Snæfellsjökul glacier. Even today, it is said to have magic powers. In Jules Verne’s novel, “Travels to the Center of the Earth” the glacier is the gate to a subterranean path. Overnight in the Snæfellsnes area for 2 nights
In Búðir on the southern coast of the peninsula lies Iceland’s ‘Copacabana’. A beautiful church surrounded by a small cemetery hovers above the golden sand dunes and the background of the snow covered Snæfellsjökul glacier. The fishing village Arnarstapi is known for its basalt coast and a picturesque harbor. A 2.5 km long street leads you relatively quickly to the “Baðstofa” (bathhouse) cave of Hellnar, also set on an interesting basalt coast. Next, the bird cliffs of Lóndrangar: these peculiar rock formations can be seen from the main road but you can also drive down to Malarrif and take a short hike from there to the rock formations and back. Atlantic puffins, razorbills, kittiwakes and many bird species invite to a further break. On the west side of the peninsula a 2.5 km street veers off to Dritvík. Here a foot path leads to the sea. From there a 1 km long hike takes you to he no longer populated village Dritvík, where only the foundations of the houses remain. There is also a beautiful cave called Vatnshellir where you can go on guided tours. You will find Kirkjufell Mountain by the town of Grundarfjörður, which is one of the most photographed mountains in Iceland.
You can start the day with a boat excursion from the town of Stykkishólmur, before you head back to Reykjavik. Hiking option at the bottom of the fjord Hvalfjordur, were you can take a 3-4 hours hike to one of the highest waterfalls in Iceland, Glymur, with its stunning 196m drop. Take a stroll in the old city of Reykjavik in the afternoon, with the small colorful houses, shops, galleries and cafes. There are options for city sightseeing excursions and boat-tours from the city harbor, as well as guided walk tours with both food and beer tasting on the way. Visit the beautiful concert house Harpa by the harbor. Reykjavik has many outdoor swimming pools, open from early morning to late evening and a good way to ease the body after a long drive. Laugavegur shopping-street is worth visiting, and you will find the big shopping center Kringlan near by the city center. Enjoy your last evening in the city.
Check out of your accommodation and drop off your rental car at Keflavik Airport.
Prices in USD
|CAR CATEGORY HIGH SEASON||1 Pax||2 Pax||3 Pax||4 Pax|
|Z - like VW Up||$ 1550,- Per person||$ 845,- Per person||$ 680,- Per person||-|
|B - like VW Golf||$ 1630,- Per person||$ 890,- Per person||$ 705,- Per person||$ 735,- Per person|
|N - like Skoda Station||$ 1705,- Per person||$ 925,- Per person||$ 730,- Per person||$ 750,- Per person|
|FG - Dacia Duster 4x4||$ 2020,- Per person||$ 1080,- Per person||$ 835,- Per person||$ 830,- Per person|
|CAR CATEGORY SHOULDER SEASON||1 Pax||2 Pax||3 Pax||4 Pax|
|Z - like VW Up||$ 1395,- Per person||$ 770,- Per person||$ 625,- Per person||-|
|B - like VW Golf||$ 1430,- Per person||$ 790,- Per person||$ 635,- Per person||$ 680,- Per person|
|N - like Skoda Station||$ 1465,- Per person||$ 805,- Per person||$ 650,- Per person||$ 690,- Per person|
|FG - like Dacia Duster 4x4||$ 1680,- Per person||$ 915,- Per person||$ 720,- Per person||$ 745,- Per person|
UPGRADE OFFER until 20/06/2019: Car Rental Upgrade e.g. Car Category G like Toyota RAV (4x4) at a surcharge of $ 62,- per rental day or Cat. H like Kia Sorento (4x4) at a surcharge of $ 85,- per rental day (based on Cat. N).
High Season: 15.06. - 19.08.
Shoulder Season: 01.05. - 14.06. & 20.08. - 30.09.
You can request the vacation you would like to book, and we will check the availability and contact you via e-mail within 48 hours to confirm the availability.
Prices may change according to availability.
Tour code: 1411
- Rental Car for 4 days
- Accommodation for 4 nights
- Breakfast for 4 days
- CDW-insurance (Collission Damage Waiver)
- THW-insurance (Theft Waiver)
- PAI-insurance (Personal Accident Insurance)
- Flights to and from Iceland
- Cancellation insurance
- Travel Insurance
- Additional CDW insurance
- Optional excursions
- Meals other than specified