Eastern Region, Iceland
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Our most recommended Eastern Region, Iceland Lights Tours

  • South Coast Iceland: 2-Day Blue Ice Cave & Jokulsarlon Tour

    1. South Coast Iceland: 2-Day Blue Ice Cave & Jokulsarlon Tour

    You adventure begins with you being picked up in Reykjavík in a small and comfortable minibus before heading straight to the south. Your first stop will be the almighty Seljalandsfoss waterfall, bring a raincoat and you’ll be able to make the short hike behind the falls. Following this, you will progress onward to the Skógafoss waterfall. Tucked in a little gorge, the river Skógá tumbles down a 60-meter cliff before continuing down the landscape towards the Atlantic Ocean. You will then reach a blue ice cave, where you will have the opportunity to hike through this natural phenomenon Following the ice cave, you will hike an outlet glacier spawning from the one of the largest glaciers in the country. After meeting your highly trained glacier guides you will hike on the ice for 1.5 hours, a truly spectacular experience and opportunity to learn more about this breathtaking and increasingl...

    time management excellent (pickup/ duration per tourist spot/ drop off) worth the price level of difficulty of glacier hike is beginner frdly nice hotel (with breakfast included)

  • South Coast and Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Full-Day Tour

    2. South Coast and Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Full-Day Tour

    Travel through the dramatic geothermal landscapes of Iceland on route to the Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon. Marvel at the tall mountain of Hvannadalshnjúkur and the black sand desert between Skaftafell National Park and the lagoon. Stop at Seljalandsfoss Waterfall for the chance to walk to the other side. Upon arrival at Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon, walk to the edge and get a sense of incredible tranquility as ice up to 1,500 years old drifts across the lake.

    This is a long tour but plenty of stops along the way. According to the tour description we were meant to stop to hunt for northern lights but guide did not mention anything and we went back to hotels. Maybe it was too obvious that we could not see them with the weather on the day, but maybe the description of the tour is incorrect too. At the end we were happy to go to the hotel after such a long day :)

  • From Reykjavík: 4, 5, 6 or 7-Day Small-Group Ring Road Tour

    3. From Reykjavík: 4, 5, 6 or 7-Day Small-Group Ring Road Tour

    Spend 4, 5, 6 or 7 days on a road trip around the land of Ice and Fire. Explore and see the best attractions of Iceland and experience an adventure without having to worry about getting around. The maximum number of passengers on this tour is 19 which creates a more personal and enjoyable experience. Day 1 – South Coast of Iceland Departing from Reykjavík, see the Skogafoss, Seljalandsfoss and Glubrabui waterfalls and admire the black-sand shores of Reynisfjara Beach. Finish the day at Skaftafell National Park where you can admire panoramic views on a glacier hike. Day 2 – Adventure in the East Start the day in style with a visit to Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon and the nearby Diamond Beach. From May throughout October, a boat tour among icebergs is included, while from November to March you can go ice caving. Later, visit Vestrahorn, Studlagil Canyon (...

    What an amazing time we had as a group with David leading the way! We got to see so much in such a short time and got lifetime images will never forget. Only thing that would have been better would have been having time to go down to the Studagil Canyon.

  • From Reykjavik: 6-Day Small Group Tour of Iceland

    4. From Reykjavik: 6-Day Small Group Tour of Iceland

    Your Icelandic adventure begins with pickup from Reykjavik and heads out along the Golden Circle. Marvel at the natural landmarks of Gullfoss Waterfall and Geysir and Þingvellir National Park, admire hot water spouting from the earth, and learn about the history of Iceland while you travel. Spend your first night at a cozy hotel on the South Coast. On day 2, visit the waterfalls of Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss, where you can walk behind the cascades for a truly breathtaking experience. From here you'll embark on a hiking tour to a nearby ancient glacier before heading back to the black sand beach at Reynisfjara. Spend the night in the small village of Vík, and enjoy free time in the evening to explore the local area or mingle with your fellow travelers. On day 3, discover Skaftafell National Park, where glistening white sheets of ice contrast against the stark black sand. After...

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What people are saying about Eastern Region, Iceland

Two incredible days, a very well put together organization with magnificent landscapes. The break time at each site is sufficient to enjoy, watch and take photos. I was lucky enough to meet Stéphane, a passionate French guide, living in Iceland for twenty years who knows this country very well! If you only stay a few days I think the south coast is really to do, Reynisfjara the black sand beach, Diamond beach with its blocks of ice without forgetting the must of these 2 days hiking on the glacier!

Hawk was a fabulous guide; super knowledgeable and interesting. Sights were amazing and plenty of time at each, we did not feel rushed. A few spaces on the bus so we could spread out which made the journey very comfortable. We were very lucky with the weather. Overnight accommodation and food were lovely. Highly recommend.

Really enjoyable tour with lots of beautiful stops, well timed by the guide so we never felt rushed nor bored. The glacier hike was especially beautiful and our guide was very knowledge! It was too cloudy to see the northern lights unfortunately but if you go with that expectation you won’t be disappointed.

What an amazing time we had as a group with David leading the way! We got to see so much in such a short time and got lifetime images will never forget. Only thing that would have been better would have been having time to go down to the Studagil Canyon.

time management excellent (pickup/ duration per tourist spot/ drop off) worth the price level of difficulty of glacier hike is beginner frdly nice hotel (with breakfast included)