Adventurous Iceland

Nordic Nirvana (10 nights / 11 days)

Explore Iceland along its ring road and be transformed by the symphony of elements, where a casual dip is thermal lagoon near Reykjavík, and strolling on the icebergs while taking a driving break near Jökulsárlón, spectacular waterfalls at Fimmvörðuháls, and desert’s most popular marvel in Askja caldera that has served the set of few Hollywood and Bollywood movies. Up north one could indulge in whale watching and go off the beaten track in Westfjords, and end up with the riveting climax in Hornstrandir and The Strandir Coast

Reykjavík - almost a town by international standards, yet it’s loaded with colorful buildings, captivating art and eye-popping designs, excellent museums, and once you are tired of the touristy persona, it is also a great base for trips to aesthetic countryside with crystal clear air and a backdrop of snowcapped mountains

Bit touristy and crowded at times, but you don’t want to miss something special. It's an otherworldy place with a magnificent black-lava field, the milky-teal spa with water fed from the geothermal plant, the roiling clouds of steam, and people daubed in white silica mud

View the eye catching silhouettes of the submarine volcanoes as the visit is restricted for scientific studies. For the activity oriented, hike over the Fimmvörðuháls Pass to Þórsmörk, or experience the dizzyingly high waterfall (Skógafoss) and visit the folk museum on the eastern side

Visit the largest national park in Europe that protects the entirety of Vatnajökull ice cap and Dettifoss the most powerful waterfall in Europe. And, right beside the ring road a surreal scene would emerge even as you are driving past - luminous-blue icebergs drifting through glacier lagoon in Jökulsárlón

Experience the desert’s most popular marvel, the immense Askja caldera, a tyre wrenching journey but worth the price at the end of it. And, borgarfjordureystri is a good place to relax if you are tired, or if still not tired - go for a hiking to find driftwood sculptures and hidden elves

Visit northeast's prettiest fishing town - Húsavík, with its colourful houses and stunning snowcapped peaks across the bay

A spectacular road trip to a peninsula that rests its mountains between Skagafjörður and Eyjafjörður, two colorful towns with a significant history of fishing herring, that declined and never recovered. However, just travelling to these towns involves a journey that will take your breath away, and also provides an option for people smitten by hiking

A place where mass tourism ends and the breathtaking scenery starts. The going is slow with a compelling local life, geothermal springs, jaw dropping coastal fjords, and multihued dream beaches flanking the south

Europe’s last true wilderness areas, excellent destination for hiking and fantastic opportunities for Arctic foxes, seals, whales and teeming bird life around precarious sea cliffs and plunging waterfalls. If this is too much adventure, then head straight to Snæfellsnes Peninsula, as it has the best that Iceland has got to offer in a very compact region

Experience the diverse and fascinating landscape of the 100km-long Snæfellsnes Peninsula that encompasses not only the glacier but also the bird sanctuaries, lava fields, dramatic volcanic peaks, sheer sea cliffs, and sweeping golden beaches

Enjoy the Thrihnukagigur volcano on the drive back and have a relaxing afternoon / evening in Reykjavík with its rich culinary choices

Snowmobile Tours

Enjoy the purity of the snowy mountains and become one with Iceland’s spectacular nature