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Blue Lagoon

Season: All Year

Age Limit: 2 years old

The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa located in southwestern Iceland, just a short drive from Reykjavik. The lagoon is filled with warm, mineral-rich seawater amidst a stunning volcanic landscape. The milky, blue-tinted water is known for its beneficial properties and is believed to help with skin conditions such as psoriasis. Visitors can relax in the soothing waters, enjoy a spa treatment, or indulge in a drink from the swim-up bar. Discover two captivating ways to immerse yourself in the Blue Lagoon experience:

Comfort Package: Indulge in a revitalizing Silica Mud Mask while wrapping yourself in a plush towel, and savour a complimentary beverage of your choice.

Premium Package: Pamper yourself with a Silica Mud Mask and a nourishing Algae Mask, envelope yourself in a cosy bathrobe and slippers, delight in a complimentary drink of your choice, secure a reserved table at the exquisite LAVA restaurant for either a lunch or dinner seating, accompanied by a glass of sparkling wine (please note that the meal is not included in the package).

Northern Lights Excursions

Season: 01 September – 15 April

Age Limit: -

The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, are a mesmerizing natural phenomenon that illuminates Iceland’s night sky with otherworldly colours. Witnessing the dancing ribbons of green, pink, and purple is an unforgettable experience for visitors. Iceland’s remote landscapes, long winter nights, and minimal light pollution create the perfect conditions to observe this awe-inspiring display. Seeing the Northern Lights in Iceland is a dream come true for many travellers.

We offer three types of Northern Lights excursions from Reykjavik: the Cruise option—a cruise in Faxaflói Bay—the super Jeep option, which adds a thrilling adventure to your hunt, or the Coach option.

Golden Circle

Season: All Year

Age Limit: None

Duration: 8 Hours

Enjoy a full day visiting 3 of Iceland’s most popular attractions. The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in Iceland, featuring three stunning natural attractions. Thingvellir National Park showcases Iceland’s geological wonders and historical significance. The Geysir Geothermal Area is home to bubbling hot springs and the active Strokkur geyser. Gullfoss, a powerful waterfall, completes the circle with its breathtaking beauty. The Golden Circle offers a memorable journey through Iceland’s unique landscapes.

Golden Circle By Super Jeep & Snowmobile On Glacier

Season: All Year

Age Limit: 6 years old

Duration: 9-10 Hours

Our journey begins at Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site steeped in history and geological marvels. This sacred ground hosted Iceland’s pioneering parliament, the world’s oldest surviving legislative body. Þingvellir’s captivating landscape also reveals an extraordinary geological phenomenon – the gradual divergence of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, a testament to the Earth’s perpetual evolution, unfolding incrementally each year.

Departing Þingvellir, our path leads to the dynamic Geysir Hot Spring area, a cauldron of gurgling mud pits and erupting geysers. Onward, we encounter Gullfoss, a formidable waterfall on the Hvítá River, originating from Langjökull Glacier. This natural wonder cascades 32 meters in two dramatic drops, carving into a jagged canyon. The crescendo of our journey takes us to Langjökull Glacier, where we embark on an exhilarating snowmobile expedition across vast, frozen expanses, surrounded by towering peaks in this mesmerising, glacial world.

Sky Lagoon

Season: All Year

Age Limit: 12 years old

The Sky Lagoon in Iceland is a geothermal spa offering stunning views of the North Atlantic. Visitors can relax in the warm, mineral-rich waters while enjoying the breathtaking Icelandic landscape. Here, we go deeper inside each of the seven steps in The Ritual.

Venture through the cavern-like gateway to the lagoon, ready to unwind. Immerse yourself in the soothing waters and inhale the invigorating sea breeze. Drift through a stunning canyon, gazing at Mount Keilir. On the other side, the ocean’s rhythmic performance liberates your breath. Step 1 is the serene journey from the changing room to the infinity edge. Ahead lie the other steps, a bracing plunge, scenic sauna, misty chill, sky body polish, steam sanctuary, and tranquil shower.

Whale Watching

Season: All Year

Duration: 2.5 - 3.5 hours up to 5 hours

Embark on a mesmerising half-day voyage from the heart of Reykjavik to witness the gentle giants of the sea. Minke whales, playful white-beaked dolphins, elusive harbour porpoises, and occasionally, the majestic humpback, powerful killer, and colossal Fin whales grant us the privilege of observing them in their untamed realm. Our diverse year-round Whale Watching adventures include a captivating Midnight Sun expedition during the summer zenith. While sightings are not assured, the thrill of the pursuit is guaranteed.

Reykjavik Food Walk

Season: All Year

Age Limit: None

Duration: 3.5 Hours Afternoon, 2.5 Hours Evening

Our mission is to immerse you in the authentic essence of Reykjavik, far from the well-trodden tourist paths and crowded buses. We venture beyond the conventional sights, unearthing the city’s concealed treasures. The Reykjavik Food Walk is a journey of discovery where you’ll savour local cuisine, connect with the heart and soul of the people, and be steeped in the rich tapestry of history and tradition. Join us as we eagerly unveil the true spirit of our beloved city!

Lava Tunnel

Season: All Year

Duration: 3 Hours

Embark on an unforgettable adventure through Raufarhólshellir, a sprawling lava tunnel that ranks among Iceland’s most extensive and renowned. Nestled 30 minutes from Reykjavík, this natural wonder is accessible throughout the year. Venturing into Raufarhólshellir is an unparalleled opportunity to witness the aftermath of a volcanic eruption firsthand as you tread the very path forged by molten lava during the Leitahraun eruption, which took place east of the Bláfjöll mountains some 5,200 years ago. Each winter, the cave’s entrance transforms into a gallery of breathtaking ice sculptures, elevating the lava tunnel experience to new heights of awe and wonder.

Rib Boat Whale Watching

Season: 15 April – 30 September

Age Limit: 10 years old

Duration: 1.5 to 2 hours

Embark on a thrilling express tour, an intimate journey limited to 12 adventurers per boat, led by a highly trained whale guide and a certified RIB Boat captain. Immerse yourself in the search for incredible wildlife as you navigate the seas on an unforgettable quest. Our nimble RIB Boats grant you swifter and closer encounters with whales and puffins than larger vessels. These secure and steady crafts also enable us to scour a more expansive area, amplifying your chances of spotting magnificent whales, playful dolphins, and diverse birdlife. While whale sightings are not guaranteed, the exhilaration of the pursuit is yours to embrace.

Puffin Watching

Season: 01 May – 15 August

Duration: 1 to 1.5 hours

Embark on a delightful and effortless escapade aboard our vessel. Let our knowledgeable captain and guide escort you to the enchanting islands of Akurey or Lundey, renowned for their abundant avian wonders. While the charming puffins are the stars of the show, you’ll also have the chance to spot a diverse array of other feathered inhabitants, including the elegant eider ducks, the nimble arctic terns, the distinctive guillemots, and the stately cormorants. This journey promises an immersive experience in the captivating world of Iceland’s coastal birdlife.

South Coast Classic

Season: All Year

Age Limit: None

Duration: 11 Hours

Embark on a journey through the South Coast of Iceland, where nature’s theater unfolds in a tapestry of breathtaking and diverse landscapes. This expedition leads you to the majestic Seljalandsfoss & Skógafoss Waterfalls, the awe-inspiring Sólheimajökull Glacier, and the enigmatic Reynisfjara, before culminating in the charming village of Vík. Seize the rare opportunity to venture behind the veil of the Seljalandsfoss waterfall, feel the ancient ice of an Icelandic Glacier beneath your fingertips, and leave your footprints in the obsidian sands of Reynisfjara. On a fortuitous clear day, the imposing silhouette of Hekla Volcano and the distant, glacier-crowned Eyjafjallajökull Volcano will grace the horizon, adding to the awe-inspiring splendor of this extraordinary odyssey.

Volcano Erupting

Season: Every day while eruption is active

Age Limit: 10 years old

Duration: 8 Hours

Geldingadalur’s Fagradalsfjall unleashes an 800-year slumber, inviting all to witness Reykjanes Peninsula’s geologic enigmas. Preceded by months of seismic unrest, with thousands of tremors in recent weeks, the long-awaited eruption has finally awakened, fulfilling the suspicions of countless geologists.

The driver and guide will take the group to the start of the hiking route towards the volcano in Geldingadalur, where the group will hike towards the volcano. The hike will take approximately 1.5 hours each way and the trail is conveniently marked. Don´t miss out on this once in a lifetime experience and witness the raw power of lava pouring out of the surface of the earth.

Snorkel In Silfra

Season: All Year

Duration: 5 Hours

Plunge into the world’s most pristine waters and drift between two continents in Iceland’s enchanting Silfra Fissure! The crystalline clarity of the water unveils a captivating subaquatic realm, brimming with hues unseen above the surface. Born from the divergence of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, Silfra Fissure is a testament to Iceland’s geological wonder. Fed by glacial water that has undergone a decades-long filtration through unyielding, porous lava rock, this underwater haven promises an unparalleled snorkeling adventure that will forever etch itself in your memory.

South Coast & Ice Cave

Season: All Year

Age Limit: 12 years old

Duration: 11-12 Hours

Embark on an unparalleled journey, combining the South Coast’s wonders with a natural ice cave exploration, all in a single day from Reykjavik. Our exclusive tour merges the South Coast’s marvels with a visit to a pristine ice cave. In Vík, your Katlatrack Ice Cave Guide awaits, signalling the start of an extraordinary adventure! Buckle up in a super jeep for an exhilarating ride along Vik’s private back road, venturing into the heart of the glacier realm. As local experts, we dedicate more time than anyone to uncovering this landscape’s secrets, guiding you to the most spectacular hidden ice caves.

Your safety remains our top priority throughout the tour. Venturing into an ice cave without a highly skilled guide is a risk one should never take. After equipping you with our provided gear (helmet, headlamp, and shoe crampons), we’ll conduct a comprehensive safety briefing before approaching the cave. A brief 10-15 minute glacier trek leads us to the entrance of our ice cave! Returning to Reykjavik, we’ll stop at the stunning Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, completing an unforgettable adventure.

Inside The Volcano

Season: 10 May – 31 October

Duration: 5-6 Hours

Thrihnukagigur, a dormant volcanic marvel, offers an unparalleled experience made possible by our specialized gear and equipment. The adventure begins with a moderate 45-50 minute (3km each way) hike to the crater’s edge. From there, you’ll descend 120 meters into the volcano’s heart in an open cable lift, a journey that unveils a hidden world. Immerse yourself in the crater’s depths for 35-40 minutes before embarking on your return journey, having explored a truly extraordinary natural phenomenon.

Sup In The Forgotten Fjord

Season: All Year (weather dependent)

Age Limit: 14 years old

Duration: 5-6 Hours

Spending your day on the water, surrounded by majestic mountains in the heart of Iceland’s Forgotten Fjord, is the ultimate SUP adventure. While the temperatures may be cooler than typical paddleboarding destinations, the awe-inspiring scenery will captivate your senses, immersing you in the untouched beauty and tranquil sounds of Iceland’s pristine nature. You’ll be equipped with a wetsuit or drysuit to protect you from the cold, whether you accidentally fall or choose to take a refreshing plunge. No specific fitness level is required, as we customize the tour to accommodate participants of all experience levels. Stand-Up Paddleboarding in this breathtaking setting is truly an experience accessible to everyone!