Summer series

Iceland 64.1466° N, 21.9426° W



In partnership with Hidden Iceland, we are offering a 30% discount on our 7 day guided tour. The booking discount is valid for all bookings made from May 14th through June 30th, 2020 for tours with travel up until December 31st, 2022. Iceland is looking to open up its borders for international travel later this summer. This means that you can plan now and travel later! You can start planning your dream adventure, taking advantage of this offer and the favorable currency exchange rate now for future travel. All bookings are fully flexible, meaning they can be adjusted at no cost to alternate dates if you do not know your exact travel dates now, or if the dates need to change for any reason. Our standard cancellation policies would still apply for all discounted bookings in regards to refunds. To apply your 30% discount to your booking use the discount code ‘TJD‘ in the booking process to apply the discount and continue to checkout. The discount code is to be entered in the second step of the booking process, in the promo code box, within the booking widget.


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Aug 12 - Aug 19, 2021
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Iceland has almost 5000 kilometres of magnificent coastline. From the black sand beaches to the epic cliffs of the Westfjords. An island overwhelmed by volcanic activity, which has created incredible landscapes you'll have to see to believe.


There are well over 400 named glaciers in Iceland, all with their own unique characteristics. The glacier hikes are aimed for people who have never been on a glacier before. But, with full mobility and a moderate fitness level.


Iceland is a country of many amazing waterfalls, As with most of Iceland, at each waterfall, you will find a new story, whether from history or folklore. These will include tales of historical significance, tragedy and even love, helping bring to life the constantly moving and growing landscape of the land of fire and ice.


The Diamond Beach is a strip of black sand belonging to the greater Breiðamerkursandur glacial plain, located by Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon on the South Coast of Iceland. At the Diamond Beach, the icebergs which fill the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon wash up on shore, creating a stark contrast with the volcanic black sand.


It’s hard to know how to put Iceland’s landscapes into words. Because they are more soundscapes really, with gushing geysers, crashing waves, cracking glaciers and squelching volcanic mud pools. Here, you feel a great spiritual connection to landscape like no other before,

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Submit a request and you will receive a call back

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We will discuss the itinerary and answer all your question via phone or email

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We offer flexible payment plans. Your first payment is to confirm your space via the link provided to you personally

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You will receive an information pack on your trip

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We will work together on finalizing your flight details