Can be from five days up to as many days as you like.
Here is a suggestion of a 7 day round trip. This tour can be taylor made to a shorter version or a longer version.
Day 1: Golden Circle tour: This is a ‘must’ when coming to Iceland! We set off at 9 in the morning along to Thingvellir National Park where we stop for 30-40 min. and enjoy pretty nature and the history of Iceland.Then we will head to Geysir geothermal area, watch spouting hot-springs and hot mud-pools, stop for about 45 minutes. After that we drive over to the magnificent Golden Waterfall.
Day 2: Today we drive north to Reykjanes museum where we see how the shark was caught and handled. Then over to Akureyri which is the capital of the northern part of Iceland, the biggest town there. A short introduction tour through Akureyri. It is a lovely town and every one can enjoy an evening out. Museums and shops are all around in Akureyri, also a botanical garden, swimming-pool, a beautiful church, one of the best known in Iceland. Accommodation in Akureyri.
Day 3: From Akureyri to Godafoss and over to Husavik (a very small town on the north coast). Here we will enjoy a strall around the town, have lunch in a restaurant on the harbour. If anyone is interested to take a look at the whale museum, we will have time for that (not included in the price). Then we drive over to Asbyrgi (the Abode of the Gods) national park - Dettifoss (the powermost waterfall in Europe) - accommodation in Myvatn, a little village.
Day 4: Today we go through Myvatn, see the hotspring area, the Dark-cities and the pseudocraters. Also for those who want (not included in the price) to try the warm lagoon, the Earth-baths which is a warm outdoor pool. We will have enough time to look at everything worth seeing in this place. After Myvatn we drive over to the eastern part of Iceland. Accommodation in Egilsstadir where we stay 2 nights.
Day 5: On to the eastern fjords through Reydarfjordur and Djupivogur. The Eastern fjords are very nice long fjords with high mountains all around. Stop on the way for viewpoints. Hofn, Jokulsarlon (Glacial lagoon), a sail around the lagoon is an option here. Accommodation in the south-east.
Day 6: Skaftafell with a walk up to Svartifoss and to the snout of a glacier. Then drive to Kirkjubaejarklaustur, Eldhraun and we also stop by to see a gorge created by floods from a glacier. Over Myrdalssandur (sandur=black volcanic sand) - the village Vik with its extraordinary coast. Accommodation in Vik.
Day 7: Reynisdrangar and the caves - Skogafoss - Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrabui-waterfalls - through Selfoss (a town) and the small village of Eyrarbakki back to Reykjavik, the same accommodation as we had there the first two nights. The south shore of Iceland is very spectacular and landscape differs from one part to another.
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