Golden Circle, Glacier & Northern Lights

1. Sept - 30. Apr Sundays About 9 hour Your hotel / guesthouse in Reykjavik VERY_EASY

Tour description
€1266 per person

You will be picked up on our Super Jeep by our friendly driver guide to enjoy an afternoon packed with adventure and activities.

Our first stop is Thingvellir National Park, home of Iceland’s ancient viking parliament. We then head towards the Geysir Geothermal Area, the home of the great Strokkur the spouting hot spring that erupts every 5 minutes or so.

We’ll also pause at the epic Gullfoss Waterfall: a two-tiered drop into the white Hvita River, flowing with glacial-waters. Then we’ll be navigating the famous Kjolur interior mountain road till we’ve come to see the second largest glacier in the country, Langjokull.

After a very busy afternoon, we will stop for a lobster feast (or something else if you don’t like lobster) in the seaside village of Stokkseyri and hopefully there, or on our way back to Reykjavik, we will experience the Northern Lights dancing in the sky.

A great way to spend the afternoon in Iceland. Our Super Jeep will take you to the major sites of the Golden Circle all the way up to Langjokull glacier, and then a Lobster feast and the Northern Lights!

Tour highlights

  • Thingvellir National Park
  • Gullfoss waterfall
  • Geysir geothermal area
  • Strokkur the spouting hotspring
  • Langjokull glacier
  • Stokkseyri village


  • Pick up from your hotel / guesthouse in Reykjavik.
  • Professional English speaking guide / driver.
  • Super Jeep
  • Lobster dinner

Did you know?

The northern lights are one of the biggest draws to visiting Iceland, however they are also one of the most elusive and unpredictable attractions this country has. Although it would be great to easily pinpoint a how to see them, there are a lot of variables to consider for seeing them: season, weather, length of stay, location and luck so it’s always best to think of seeing the northern lights as an added bonus.

Good to know

Pick up from hotels / guesthouses starts up to 30 minutes before scheduled departure time.

Bring warm and waterproof clothes, hiking or sturdy shoes,the arctic nights can be pretty cold when standing outside admiring the Aurora Borealis.