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Northern Lights New Year in Iceland

Break Available: 30th Dec-3rd Jan
4 Night Break

Price Per Person: £1,495 (Inc Flights)

The annual New Years Eve celebration in Iceland is a truly remarkable event. On this unique night, Icelanders who truly know how to celebrate in style, light up Reykjavik with bonfires and fireworks.

Have a special New Years Eve dinner in the characterful old harbour followed by watching this Firework Extravaganza on a short cruise.

Combine this with a 2 nights stay at Hotel Fljotshlio Smaratun on a traditionally run Icelandic farm, in a great area for seeing the Northern Lights and a retreat exclusive to Weekend a La Carte guests. Hekla & Eyjafjallajökull Volcanoes, (Famed for closing the European air space down in 2010), the Black Volcanic Beaches and thundering waterfalls are on your doorstep to explore.

 

Highlights

  • New Years Eve Dinner in the Old Harbour followed by a Firework Boat Cruise
  • Self drive Golden Circle: Strokkur Geyser, Thingvellir Mini Rift Valley, Gullfoss Waterfall
  • 2 nights at Hotel Fljotshlio Smaratun, in the heart of “Northern Lights Alley”, and an exclusive retreat for Weekend a La Carte clients
  • Visit Blue Lagoon
  • Superb SuperJeep Tours, including visiting an ice cave, possible as an optional extra
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Day by Day Itinerary
 
 

DAY 1- 30th December
Fly to Reykjavik.

DAY 1- 30th December
Fly to Reykjavik.

Fly from London Heathrow to Reykjavik, where on arrival you will pick up your 4 WD hire car to drive to Reykjavik (@ 1 hr) to check into your hotel for your evening at leisure.

There are many excellent fish restaurants in Reykjavik and we would recommend you try one tonight. Overnight in Reykjavik.

You may find our 10 useful things to know before you go to Iceland helpful

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Northern Lights by Boat
  • Northern Lights Hunt - From Reykjavik
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Northern Lights by Boat

Hunting the northern lights from the ocean is an amazing experience. Sail away from the coastline of Reykjavik and see the Aurora Borealis out on the North Atlantic ocean with beautiful mountains and the city lights in the background.

This 2-3 hour Northern Lights cruise includes warm overalls to wear, heated seating areas inside, expert guide on board to explain the Northern Lights.

Price per person: From £70

Northern Lights seen from the Boat tour in Iceland
Stunning aurora seen from the Northern Lights Boat tour in Iceland
Swirling Northern Lights as seen from the Boat tour in Iceland

Northern Lights Hunt - From Reykjavik

This evening you will be taken out from Reykjavik in a Super-jeep into the wilderness for a final search of the Northern Lights. Given cloudless skies sightings can occur from autumn to early spring. The elders say that the colder the nights the more vibrant & intense the colors will be. Swirling and swaying overhead, displays are usually greenish yellow but white, red and pink lights also frequently appear.

Please note the maximum number of passengers in the SuperJeep is 6 in order to give you a very personal and individual tour. This is in sharp contrast to the coach tours that are available through other companies, or the very large SuperJeep Tours with 12 people in.

Price Per Person: From: £155

Northern Lights seen on the SuperJeep hunt in Iceland
Northern Lights SuperJeep hunt in Iceland
Amazing swirling green and purple Northern Lights In Iceland

DAY 4- 31st December
Dinner followed by Midnight Firework Cruise with Bubbly

DAY 4- 31st December
Dinner followed by Midnight Firework Cruise with Bubbly

Day at leisure to explore Reykjavik; there are plenty of museums and quirky shops to keep you interested, as well as the old town and harbour.

Tonight you will dine at 8.30pm in the delightful Hofnin restaurant in the old harbour with some tables having lovely views across the harbour. This family run restaurant is in a converted 1930’s fishing shed and focuses on classic Icelandic cuisine with a modern twist. Popular dishes are the shellfish soup which has become quite famous, the traditional fish stew, Char and the Icelandic lamb and beef. You will have a 4 course set menu.

Hofnin is perfectly located for your next New Years Eve adventure as the boat is moored right outside for your cruise to see Reykjavik´s World Legendary Fireworks Display, and if you are lucky the Northern Lights too!

The boat will leave the harbour at 11pm and returns approximately half an hour after midnight. The view from the sea gives you the chance of seeing all the fireworks over the city.

You will receive a complimentary glass of Bubbly as midnight approaches and, as the clock hits 12, raise a toast to the New Year.

Find a spot in the cosy indoor saloon or on the open-air deck wearing the warm overalls provided. Then, enjoy the views over the glittering lights of Iceland’s capital as your boat cruises out into Faxaflói Bay. There is a pay bar on board as well.

Keep checking for Northern Lights as well as it is not just the fireworks that you are hoping to see! This is particularly popular for families, though 10 is the minimum age.

Overnight in Reykjavik

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

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DAY 3- 1st January
Self Drive exploring the Golden Circle and Onwards to Hotel Smaratun, Dinner

DAY 3- 1st January
Self Drive exploring the Golden Circle and Onwards to Hotel Smaratun, Dinner

Today you will experience Iceland’s dramatic landscapes and the magnificent Golden Circle.

Visit the spectacular Gullfoss waterfall, which can totally freeze in Winter; the Geyser where every 5 minutes an eruption takes place and finally visit the becalming beauty of Pingvellir, with its spectacular mini rift valley and home to the world’s first democratic Parliament founded by the Vikings.

Time allowing we would also recommend a visit to Kerid Crater, an impressive 55m deep caldera created after a Volcanic eruption.

Continue onwards to Hotel Fljotshlio Smaratun, a hotel retreat exclusive to Weekend a La Carte guests, situated on a traditional working farm run by the same family for 3 generations.

This “home to home” hotel has a wonderful relaxed atmosphere which will make you feel very welcome. With great feedback on their restaurant quality and in a superb area for Northern Lights this has been a popular choice, with the tractor in the middle of the restaurant causing much amusement!

This hotel has strong ecological credentials which they are rightly very proud of, and continues to focus on how they can improve further. They have been awarded the coveted Nordic Swan award.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Northern Lights Hunt with Campfire
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Northern Lights Hunt with Campfire

Tonight you will be picked up for a 3 hour adventure to hunt out the Northern Lights with one of the local mountain guides.

In a specially adapted 4WD super jeep you will be taken inland off-road to the back of the famed Mount Helka to try and see if you can find the Northern Lights. This volcanic area is near Tindfjallajökul Glacier whose cooling effect creates clear skies critical for spotting the Northern Lights. This area also has very few artificial lights to spoil your viewing as many of the farms in the area were abandoned due to a previous volcanic eruption.

The beauty of this tour is that the guide will take you to the best area based on the forecast to see the Northern Lights and so give you the best chance of seeing them.

Assuming you have not diverted to a different area to see the Aurora you will stop to make a campfire and have a hot drink in a cave whilst your guide tells you about both the Northern Lights Phenomenon and some of the folklore that surrounds them and local superstitions! Sometimes you are taken to the Black Volcanic Beaches where the Atlantic Crashes onto the Black Sands. The guide will take you to the best location for you to see the Northern Lights depending on the forecast.

Price per person: From £115

SuperJeep Northern Lights Hunt in Iceland with Aurora overhead
Northern Lights seen from the coast during a SuperJeep tour in Iceland
Lone horse under the Aurora spotted on a SuperJeep Northern Lights tour in Iceland

DAY 4 - 2nd January
Self drive the South Coast. Superb optional Superjeep tours, Dinner

DAY 4 - 2nd January
Self drive the South Coast. Superb optional Superjeep tours, Dinner

After breakfast this morning head off in your self-drive car along the South coast with the dramatic Glaciers and Volcanoes of Hekla and Eyjafjallajökull to your left and the Atlantic Ocean on your right.

Continue to the charming small village of Vik to visit the Black Beaches and dramatic rock formations

Visit Seljalandsfoss where you will be mesmerised as you walk behind and stare out through the falling water across the flat landscape towards the South Beaches. Also visit the dramatic and thundering Skogar Waterfall!

Finally the new Lava Eruption Centre is an engaging exhibition that grabs the enthusiasm of young and old alike and is a fascinating way to spend an hour.

Alternatively as an optional extra you have a choice of incredible SuperJeep or Snowmobile adventures!

We work only with local guides who have lived their whole life in this area, belong to the Mountain Rescue Team and all have fascinating stories to tell of their experiences during the 2010 volcano eruption!

We always have fabulous feedback on how much our clients enjoy the personalised, relaxed guided experience.

Your off road Super jeep takes up to 10 people, in sharp contrast to the coach tours offered by other companies, who also cannot access many of the areas we take you to. This is serious off-roading!

3 course dinner and overnight at Hotel Fljotshlio Smaratun.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

A la Carte Optional Extras

  • Choice of SuperJeep Adventure Tours
  • Visit the Secret Ice Cave
  • Snowmobiling on the Mýrdalsjökull glacier
  • Glacial Hiking on glacial tongue Seimajökull
  • Riding in Icelandic Countryside
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Choice of SuperJeep Adventure Tours

EITHER

This tour will take you close to the large crater in Eyjafjallajökull volcano from the 2010 eruption and where no hire car can go.

We drive up the slopes of the glacier in a highly equipped Super-Jeep and on our way take in the astonishing view over the whole South coast of Iceland with its glaciers, and back across the Atlantic including the Westman-Islands. This tour gives you the perfect glacier experience; an exciting Super Jeep drive in the snow, walk on the glacier and the magnificent view over the south. This is real adventure and a very memorable trip.

OR

On the Porsmork valley guided tour your SuperJeep will take you up between the three glaciers; Myrdalsjokull, Eyjafjallojokull and Tindfjallojokull. You will be driven in specially adapted SuperJeeps through glacial rivers and across tracks and the flood plain to see the effect of the 2010 eruption filling the previous Glacial Lake. You will be surrounded by an imposing mountain ridge and see spectacular landscapes. Afterwards you will stop at the stunning Seljalandsfoss waterfall , which you can walk behind and be mesmerised looking through the falling water. You will also visit the 60M high thundering Skogar Waterfall – one of the highest in Iceland . If you wanted to see the “Raw Iceland” this is hard to beat!

Price Per Person: From £195

On top of Eyjafjallojokull Volcano in Iceland on a SuperJeep Tour
River Fjording in Thorsmork in South Iceland on a SuperJeep Tour
Beautiful Thorsmork in Iceland on a SuperJeep Tour
Heading up to the top of Eyjafjallojokull Volcano in Iceland on a SuperJeep Tour
On top of Eyjafjallojokull Volcano in Iceland on a SuperJeep Tour
Beautiful Thorsmork in Iceland on a SuperJeep Tour

Visit the Secret Ice Cave

Self drive to Vik in south Iceland (@ 1 1/4hr). From there we will pick up you and drive our heavily modified Super Jeep on a very old track that only Super Jeeps can cross. The drive to the ice cave is about 30 minutes long with a gorgeous view out the window.

The ice cave, known as ‘The Secret Ice Cave’, and the glacier itself, present you with black, white, and blue ice that is over 800 years old! Inside the cave there are high walls of ice that have been sculpted by glacial water throughout the centuries. Water drips all around and the air is cold and fresh. Helmets (and Crampons if conditions require) are supplied. The beauty of this cave it is not visited by hundreds of people unlike some of the others which means they don’t have the magical atmosphere of this secret ice cave.

This tour takes about 3 hours with a morning and afternoon departure.

There are plenty of things to see on the way and back to Vik to make this a full day. The Black Beaches and dramatic rock formations of Reynisdrangar with its famous archway. The dramatic and thundering Skogar Waterfall – one of the highest in Iceland at 60M and certainly worth a few photos! The Eyjafjallajokull Visitor Centre which has a 20 minute film depicting the personal experience of a farmer of the dramatic 2010 eruption. The brand new Lava Centre. They have an interactive exhibition about the volcanoes, eruptions and earthquakes and this already has very good reviews and is a fascinating hour.

Price Per Person: From £160

Inside an Ice Cave in Iceland
View of the ice formation in the Ice Cave in Icleand
Looking through the Ice Tunnel of the Ice Cave in Iceland
Studying the ice in the Ice Cave in Iceland
Ice strata in the Ice Cave, Iceland
Stunning interior of the Ice Cave, Iceland

Snowmobiling on the Mýrdalsjökull glacier

Head up in your hire car to the Snowmobile Meeting Point.

Here you will transfer to a SuperJeep to go on rough tracks up to the Snowline of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier to take an exhilarating hours snowmobile ride to a vantage point with superb views back down to the Atlantic Coast . This Glacier is on the top of Katla Volcano with dramatic views across to Eyjafjallajokull.

Whilst Katla is the next Volcano due to erupt it is extremely closely monitored and you will not be taken there at any hint of danger – but what a great story to tell when it does erupt that you actually snowmobiled on it!

Price Per Person: From £180

Amazing view whilst snowmobiling
Snowmobiling in the pristine snow
Snowmobile action shot

Glacial Hiking on glacial tongue Seimajökull

Transfer to join the small group visiting the magnificent frozen glacial tongue Seimajokull and hike on the glacier. Explore the crevasse riddled outlet glacier with its amazing ice formations, sinkholes and jagged ridges.

You will be on the ice 1 ½ hrs-2 hrs and the pace is leisurely with plenty of stops to talk about the formation of Glaciers and Global warming etc. The Glacier is a 20 min walk from the starting point.

We will provide all the tools you need: crampons and safety lines but you must wear Hiking Boots for the Crampons to fit onto.

Price Per Person: From £85

Glacier hiking in Iceland
Glacier hiking in Iceland
Hiking on the glacier in Iceland

Riding in Icelandic Countryside

A purebreed descendant of its Viking ancestors from the 9th century, the Icelandic horse is a product of isolation and a thousand years of breeding for good riding qualities, resulting in a gentle, friendly disposition and calm manner that make them a delight for anyone to ride. Whilst small in size they are hardy animals that have an unusual gait called a tolt. As fast as a trot it is much smoother- Indeed there are competitions where people hold full glasses of unspoilt beer as they ride the tolt!

You have a choice of a 1hr or 2 hr ride by Irafoss Waterfall, or a 3hr ride which takes you up steep tracks towards the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano. Here you will be able to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the glacier behind you and in front of you the Atlantic Ocean in all its glory.

Finally there is the option to take a 2 hour ride through farmland , followed by a choice of a Jacuzzi or Sauna and a light lunch.

Price Per Person: From £75 to £245 (Dependent on tour taken)

Riding Icelandic horses through the snow in Iceland
Icelandic horses crossing the river in Iceland
Icelandic horses grazing at the foot of a volcano in Iceland

DAY 5- 3rd January
Blue Lagoon and onwards to airport for flight home.

DAY 5- 3rd January
Blue Lagoon and onwards to airport for flight home.

Breakfast and then drive to the Blue Lagoon, Iceland’s most famous landmark (@ 2 hrs).

Enjoy bathing and relaxing in the geothermal seawater, known for its positive effects on the skin. In addition to bathing there is a sauna with a view of the lagoon, a steam bath with white walls that resemble silica mud and a cosy steam bath carved into a lava cave.

What an In Water Blue Lagoon Massage is like

Afterwards drive to the airport (@ 20 minutes), hand in your car and catch your flight home!

If this is not the perfect Northern Lights New Year trip for you take a look at our other recommendations in Sweden on our dedicated Northern Lights website

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Accommodation

Where You'll Stay

Hotel Fljótshlíð Smáratún

Hotel Fljótshlíð, Smáratún with Northern Lights over them in Iceland
Hotel Fljótshlíð, Smáratún in Iceland
Hotel Fljótshlíð, Smáratún in Iceland
Hotel Fljótshlíð, Smáratún farm Restaurant

Hotel Fljótshlíð Smáratún

Hotel Fljótshlíð Smáratún is based on a working traditional family farm of around 300 hectares that has been managed by the same family for 3 generations. This charming hotel offers a real "home to home" environment with a really quirky and fun feel - including a tractor in the middle of the restaurant, and partly finished jigsaws put out for you to finish!

As it is in an isolated area it is great for Northern Lights as there are no artificial lights around to spoil the show.

This small hotel has a lovely personal feel and we are particularly pleased that the hotel has agreed to offer it exclusively to Weekend a La Carte Aurora Nights guests for our New Year Break.




The meat and produce produced on the farm are served in the restaurant, and the hotel is certified by the Nordic Swan Eco Label meaning it is a role model for sustainability in Icelandic tourism. The hotel takes its ecological credentials very seriously with some wonderful initiatives such as being able to plant your own tree yourself to help offset your carbon footprint from your trips, though sadly practicalities mean this is only possible in the summer.


The meat and produce produced on the farm are served in the restaurant, and the hotel is certified by the Nordic Swan Eco Label meaning it is a role model for sustainability in Icelandic tourism. The hotel takes its ecological credentials very seriously with some wonderful initiatives such as being able to plant your own tree yourself to help offset your carbon footprint from your trips, though sadly practicalities mean this is only possible in the summer.

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Hotel Skuggi

Hotel Skuggi, Reykjavik, Iceland
Hotel Skuggi, Reykjavik, Iceland
Hotel Skuggi Breakfast, Reykjavik, Iceland
Hotel Skuggi, Reykjavik, Iceland

Hotel Skuggi

Skuggi is highly unusual as it is in a central Reykjavik location whilst also offering free parking.

Parallel to the main  shopping road with both gift and designer shops, as well as many restaurants it provides the perfect solution of centrality and convenience.




 


Modern and bright in style with quirky phrases written on the bedroom walls which reflect the culture of Iceland this is a great hotel for those staying in central Reykjavik.

With plentiful breakfasts and a very welcoming team you will enjoy your stay here.

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Optional Extras
Northern Lights by Boat
Northern Lights seen from the Boat tour in Iceland

Hunting the northern lights from the ocean is an amazing experience. Sail away from the coastline of Reykjavik and see the Aurora Borealis out on the North Atlantic ocean with beautiful mountains and the city lights in the background.

This 2-3 hour Northern Lights cruise includes warm overalls to wear, heated seating areas inside, expert guide on board to explain the Northern Lights.

Price per person: From £70

Northern Lights Hunt - From Reykjavik
Northern Lights seen on the SuperJeep hunt in Iceland

This evening you will be taken out from Reykjavik in a Super-jeep into the wilderness for a final search of the Northern Lights. Given cloudless skies sightings can occur from autumn to early spring. The elders say that the colder the nights the more vibrant & intense the colors will be. Swirling and swaying overhead, displays are usually greenish yellow but white, red and pink lights also frequently appear.

Please note the maximum number of passengers in the SuperJeep is 6 in order to give you a very personal and individual tour. This is in sharp contrast to the coach tours that are available through other companies, or the very large SuperJeep Tours with 12 people in.

Price Per Person: From: £155

Northern Lights Hunt with Campfire
SuperJeep Northern Lights Hunt in Iceland with Aurora overhead

Tonight you will be picked up for a 3 hour adventure to hunt out the Northern Lights with one of the local mountain guides.

In a specially adapted 4WD super jeep you will be taken inland off-road to the back of the famed Mount Helka to try and see if you can find the Northern Lights. This volcanic area is near Tindfjallajökul Glacier whose cooling effect creates clear skies critical for spotting the Northern Lights. This area also has very few artificial lights to spoil your viewing as many of the farms in the area were abandoned due to a previous volcanic eruption.

The beauty of this tour is that the guide will take you to the best area based on the forecast to see the Northern Lights and so give you the best chance of seeing them.

Assuming you have not diverted to a different area to see the Aurora you will stop to make a campfire and have a hot drink in a cave whilst your guide tells you about both the Northern Lights Phenomenon and some of the folklore that surrounds them and local superstitions! Sometimes you are taken to the Black Volcanic Beaches where the Atlantic Crashes onto the Black Sands. The guide will take you to the best location for you to see the Northern Lights depending on the forecast.

Price per person: From £115

Choice of SuperJeep Adventure Tours
On top of Eyjafjallojokull Volcano in Iceland on a SuperJeep Tour

EITHER

This tour will take you close to the large crater in Eyjafjallajökull volcano from the 2010 eruption and where no hire car can go.

We drive up the slopes of the glacier in a highly equipped Super-Jeep and on our way take in the astonishing view over the whole South coast of Iceland with its glaciers, and back across the Atlantic including the Westman-Islands. This tour gives you the perfect glacier experience; an exciting Super Jeep drive in the snow, walk on the glacier and the magnificent view over the south. This is real adventure and a very memorable trip.

OR

On the Porsmork valley guided tour your SuperJeep will take you up between the three glaciers; Myrdalsjokull, Eyjafjallojokull and Tindfjallojokull. You will be driven in specially adapted SuperJeeps through glacial rivers and across tracks and the flood plain to see the effect of the 2010 eruption filling the previous Glacial Lake. You will be surrounded by an imposing mountain ridge and see spectacular landscapes. Afterwards you will stop at the stunning Seljalandsfoss waterfall , which you can walk behind and be mesmerised looking through the falling water. You will also visit the 60M high thundering Skogar Waterfall – one of the highest in Iceland . If you wanted to see the “Raw Iceland” this is hard to beat!

Price Per Person: From £195

Visit the Secret Ice Cave
Inside an Ice Cave in Iceland

Self drive to Vik in south Iceland (@ 1 1/4hr). From there we will pick up you and drive our heavily modified Super Jeep on a very old track that only Super Jeeps can cross. The drive to the ice cave is about 30 minutes long with a gorgeous view out the window.

The ice cave, known as ‘The Secret Ice Cave’, and the glacier itself, present you with black, white, and blue ice that is over 800 years old! Inside the cave there are high walls of ice that have been sculpted by glacial water throughout the centuries. Water drips all around and the air is cold and fresh. Helmets (and Crampons if conditions require) are supplied. The beauty of this cave it is not visited by hundreds of people unlike some of the others which means they don’t have the magical atmosphere of this secret ice cave.

This tour takes about 3 hours with a morning and afternoon departure.

There are plenty of things to see on the way and back to Vik to make this a full day. The Black Beaches and dramatic rock formations of Reynisdrangar with its famous archway. The dramatic and thundering Skogar Waterfall – one of the highest in Iceland at 60M and certainly worth a few photos! The Eyjafjallajokull Visitor Centre which has a 20 minute film depicting the personal experience of a farmer of the dramatic 2010 eruption. The brand new Lava Centre. They have an interactive exhibition about the volcanoes, eruptions and earthquakes and this already has very good reviews and is a fascinating hour.

Price Per Person: From £160

Snowmobiling on the Mýrdalsjökull glacier
Amazing view whilst snowmobiling

Head up in your hire car to the Snowmobile Meeting Point.

Here you will transfer to a SuperJeep to go on rough tracks up to the Snowline of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier to take an exhilarating hours snowmobile ride to a vantage point with superb views back down to the Atlantic Coast . This Glacier is on the top of Katla Volcano with dramatic views across to Eyjafjallajokull.

Whilst Katla is the next Volcano due to erupt it is extremely closely monitored and you will not be taken there at any hint of danger – but what a great story to tell when it does erupt that you actually snowmobiled on it!

Price Per Person: From £180

Glacial Hiking on glacial tongue Seimajökull
Glacier hiking in Iceland

Transfer to join the small group visiting the magnificent frozen glacial tongue Seimajokull and hike on the glacier. Explore the crevasse riddled outlet glacier with its amazing ice formations, sinkholes and jagged ridges.

You will be on the ice 1 ½ hrs-2 hrs and the pace is leisurely with plenty of stops to talk about the formation of Glaciers and Global warming etc. The Glacier is a 20 min walk from the starting point.

We will provide all the tools you need: crampons and safety lines but you must wear Hiking Boots for the Crampons to fit onto.

Price Per Person: From £85

Riding in Icelandic Countryside
Riding Icelandic horses through the snow in Iceland

A purebreed descendant of its Viking ancestors from the 9th century, the Icelandic horse is a product of isolation and a thousand years of breeding for good riding qualities, resulting in a gentle, friendly disposition and calm manner that make them a delight for anyone to ride. Whilst small in size they are hardy animals that have an unusual gait called a tolt. As fast as a trot it is much smoother- Indeed there are competitions where people hold full glasses of unspoilt beer as they ride the tolt!

You have a choice of a 1hr or 2 hr ride by Irafoss Waterfall, or a 3hr ride which takes you up steep tracks towards the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano. Here you will be able to enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the glacier behind you and in front of you the Atlantic Ocean in all its glory.

Finally there is the option to take a 2 hour ride through farmland , followed by a choice of a Jacuzzi or Sauna and a light lunch.

Price Per Person: From £75 to £245 (Dependent on tour taken)

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Price Per Person: £1,495 (Inc Flights)
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What's Included?

  • Flights with one hold bag per person from LHR
  • 4 WD Car Hire
  • 4 nights accommodation with breakfast (Hotel Skuggi, Hotel Fljotshlio Smaratun)
  • New Years Eve Celebration with dinner at the old harbour and firework cruise

Departure Airport

  • ONLY flights from Heathrow available

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Our break was fantastic thank you. Everything went according to plan. We saw the northern lights every night, and our glacier/waterfall superjeep trip was brilliant, mainly because our driver/guide, Magnus, was so helpful, friendly and knowledgeable. I can thoroughly recommend his trips. Thanks again!"

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