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Reykjavik Excursion & Blue Lagoon. Private Day Tour

Private Blue Lagoon Tour

The excursion will take place in the center of Reykjavik; you will visit the most remarkable architectural sights and historical places of the city.

During this fascinating tour, you will get acquainted with the history and main places of Reykjavik
The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s most popular attractions, and it’s is a little wonder as to why. The beautiful milky-blue water is unlike anything else found in the world and makes a stark contrast to the surrounding black lava field and its creeping grey moss. It sits at 39°C (102°F) year-round, making it the perfect temperature for bathing.

The Reykjanes Peninsula

The lagoon is situated on the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwest Iceland, a region renowned for its barren landscapes and cone-shaped volcanoes. It is only a 45-minute drive from ReykjavĂ­k. That makes it the perfect first stop when arriving in Iceland, or the last stop before you leave the country. Due to its good location, soothing waters and rich skin nourishment, the Blue Lagoon became Iceland’s most visited attraction, rivaled only by the Golden Circle sightseeing tour.

Please read the Overview below or book this tour here. If you need more information, send us an inquiry.

From ISK 75,000
blue lagoon

Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon

History, Culture, and the Blue Lagoon

Tour Highlights:- Thingvellir National Park- Gullfoss waterfall – Geysir – Blue Lagoon transfer and admission.

You will be picked up at your hotel/guesthouse around noon and you will be on your way to the famous Golden Circle and Geysir.
We will drive through the farming heartland with an abundance of history. Here is where the most dramatic events of the Sagas took place.

Thingvellir National Park

Shortly after departure from Reykjavik, we will enter the Thingvellir National Park. This is where AlĂľingi or the Althing Parliament, one of the oldest democratic legislative bodies, was established in the year 930 AD.

Geysir Sputing Hot Spring

On the way, you will visit Geysir and Strokkur, one of only a few areas in the world where you can witness a spouting hot spring. This is truly a unique phenomenon you will never forget. Gullfoss or the Golden Waterfall is truly one of the most beautiful creations of mother nature.

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is a magnificent geothermal site with the world’s finest natural spa. People come a long way to get into this turquoise-colored geothermal water. Besides the unique water, the surroundings of the Lagoon are magnificent. Some people say it is like “out of this world”.

Join us for a spectacular day

From ISK 22,990
Gullfoss

Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon – Without Admission

Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon

You will love the Golden Circle and Geysir Hot Spring

Join us on this comfortable Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon tour.

You will be picked up around noon in any of the advertised locations (listed in Overview below.

The Golden Circle

The Golden Circle tour allows visitors to get in touch with some of Iceland’s most famous and exciting natural phenomena and the “must-see” spots when visiting the country.
The Golden Circle tour allows visitors to get in touch with some of Iceland’s most famous and exciting natural phenomena and the “must-see” spots when visiting the country. Our first stop is at the Thingvellir National Park, where Iceland’s first parliament was founded in the year 930 AD. From Ăžingvellir we head to the geothermal area around the Geysir hot spring. From there we continue on to Gullfoss, “the Golden waterfall”, where you can get really close and experience its full power first hand.

Thingvellir National Park

Shortly after departure from Reykjavik, we will enter the Thingvellir National Park. Here is where the most dramatic events of the Sagas took place. This is where AlĂľingi or the Althing Parliament, one of the oldest democratic legislative bodies, was established in the year 930 AD.

Geysir Sputing Hot Spring

On the way, you will visit Geysir and Strokkur, one of only a few areas in the world where you can witness a spouting hot spring. This is truly a unique phenomenon you will never forget. Gullfoss or the Golden Waterfall is truly one of the most beautiful creations of mother nature.

Blue Lagoon – admission fee not included

We will drop you off at the BSI (Local Bus Station) where you will transfer to another bus that will take you to the Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon is a magnificent geothermal site with the world’s finest natural spa. People come a long way to get into this turquoise-colored geothermal water. Besides the unique water, the surroundings of the Lagoon are magnificent. Some people say it is like “out of this world”.

From ISK 13,490
Reykjanes

Private Moonwalk at Reykjanes Peninsula

Reykjanes, the home of volcanoes

Reykjanes, with its volcanoes and lava formations

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Take a private tour to the hotest place in Iceland

You will be traveling privately through the youngest part of Iceland, Reykjanes with i’ts many volcanoes and eruptions in the past and present. And you are in control of this magnificent tour. We will show you the hotest places in Reykjanes.

Walking on a moon-like soil

This Reykjanes peninsula tour gives you a good idea why Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin came to Iceland to practice their moonwalk. You will find out why this very place was chosen by NASA to be the place of preparation for the famous 1969 Appolo 11 tour to the moon.

Blue lagoon

Then you will take a giant leap into the Blue Lagoon and see why it is an experience for all mankind. The Blue Lagoon is an exeptional place on earth. Nowhere in the world you will find such a place.
The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa in southwestern Iceland.

Blue Lagoon Spa

The spa is located in a lava field near Grindavík and in front of Mount Þorbjörn on Reykjanes Peninsula, in a location favourable for geothermal power, and is supplied by water used in the nearby Svartsengi geothermal power station.

From ISK 135,000
Gullfoss

Golden Circle and Kerid Crater

Golden Circle and Kerid Crater

Three of Iceland’s most popular attractions

The Golden Circle Iceland tour offers three of Iceland’s most popular attractions – Ăžingvellir national park, Geysir, and Gullfoss. Those three stops are part of the classic route. To make the best out of your day, we added some of our favorite extra stops.

Ăžingvellir

Our first stop on this Golden circle iceland tour is at Ăžingvellir, the place of the first Icelandic parliament. The first parliament was established there in 930 AD and it is, therefore, the oldest one in Europe. Besides all the history you can also see the Mid-Atlantic ridge. This is the split of the tectonic plates that divides Europe from North America.

Geysir

After that, we stop at Geysir. This “water puddle” gives its name to all the other Geysers in the world. “Strokkur”, the little brother of Geysir, is still active today and he erupts every 5-8min and it is truly a big spectacle.

Gullfoss

Last but not least is Gullfoss, the golden waterfall. This is oone of the main attraction of the Golden circle iceland Tour. In the summertime, up to 130.000 liters per second are running down this powerful waterfall. In good weather conditions, we are also able to see Langjökull glacier as well.

Kerid volcanic crater

Kerid is a volcanic crater that is located in the Grímsnes area. It is part of the Western Volcanic Zone, which includes the Reykjanes peninsula and the Langjökull Glacier. The caldera of the crater is well intact and about 55m deep and 270m wide. Another remarkable feature is the aquamarine blue water of the lake that can be found in the crater.

From ISK 12,900
In To The Glacier

Into The Glacier – From Klaki Base Camp

Into the Glacier

The world’s largest man-made ice tunnel

Into the Glacier classic tour from Klaki base camp invites you to explore the untouched beauty of Langjokull, Iceland’s second-largest glacier. Walk inside the man-made ice tunnel that leads right to the heart of the glacier and learn exciting facts about Icelandic glaciers along the way.

Langjökull Glacier

Langjökull (the Long Glacier) is the second largest in Iceland. It covers an area of about 950 km² and most of it rises between 1200 and 1300 m above sea level. It rests on a massif of hyaloclastite mountains.

The Glaciers

The southwestern part of the ice cap is called Geitlandsjökull, which rises to an elevation of 1400 meters. To the south of Geitlandsjökull and separated from the main ice cap, is the smaller (1350 m) Þórisjökull, which sits atop an irregular table mountain.

The man-made cave

Until now, what lay beneath the surface of the Langjökull glacier, had been a mystery, known only by a small group of scientists and glaciologists. In 2010 however, Baldvin Einarsson and Hallgrimur Örn Arngrímsson had a bold and daring vision, to take people not just around and onto the glacier, but also inside the heart of the remote and extraordinary ice cap, to see the magnificent “blue ice” which is buried deep beneath the surface.

Who we are

We are the people who got the crazy idea of drilling a tunnel into a glacier and actually made it happen! We want to give people the chance to experience this amazing natural wonder and see the Langjökull glacier from the inside. Learn, feel and absorb the ice, taking home memories that are truly out of this world!

The Into the Glacier Tour

From the Klaki base camp, specially modified monster trucks will take you to the glacier. These powerful vehicles turn the trip to the glacier into an adventure itself!
Join the Into the Glacier classic tour from Klaki base camp for a unique chance to explore the inside of a massive glacier and appreciate the power of Icelandic nature. Book your adventure today!

From ISK 19,500
in to the glacier

Into the Glacier – From ReykjavĂ­k

h1>Into the Glacier from Reykjavik

The world’s largest man-made ice tunnel

Into the Glacier classic tour from Klaki base camp invites you to explore the untouched beauty of Langjokull. It is Iceland’s second-largest ice cap. Walk inside the man-made ice tunnel that leads right to the heart of the glacier. You will learn exciting facts about Icelandic glaciers along the way.

Langjökull ice-cap

Langjökull (the Long Glacier) is the second largest in Iceland. It covers an area of about 950 km² and most of it rises between 1200 and 1300 m above sea level. It rests on a massif of hyaloclastite mountains.

The Area

The southwestern part of the ice cap is called Geitlandsjökull, which rises to an elevation of 1400 meters. To the south of Geitlandsjökull and separated from the main ice cap, is the smaller (1350 m) Þórisjökull, which sits atop an irregular table mountain.

The man-made cave

Until now, what lay beneath the surface of the Langjökull glacier, had been a mystery. It was known only by a small group of scientists and glaciologists. In 2010 however, Baldvin Einarsson and Hallgrimur Örn Arngrímsson had a bold and daring vision. They decided to take people not just around and onto the glacier. But also inside the heart of the remote and extraordinary ice cap, to see the magnificent “blue ice” which is buried deep beneath the surface.

Who we are

We are the people who got the crazy idea of drilling a tunnel into a glacier and actually made it happen! We want to give people the chance to experience this amazing natural wonder and see the Langjökull ice cap from the inside. Learn, feel and absorb the ice, taking home memories that are truly out of this world!

From Reykjavik

We depart early from Reykjavík city and get the crisp morning view of our destination, the Langjökull Glacier. Langjökull is 953 sq/km, making it the second-largest glacier in the country.
Step onboard our all-new bus fleet, equipped with computer tablets in each seat. In Bus Audio Guide, available in 10 languages

From ISK 29,900