- Tour Highlights
- Price & Dates
from Now till 30 April 2024
- Round trip airport transfers
- 08 night’s accommodation
- Guided coach tour : D2 - 8
- Visit Microbrewery and beer tasting in Breiddalsvik
- Entrance fees to sites mentioned in the program
- Guided Northern Light Hunt by foot
- Icelandic breakfast
- Northern Lights Hunting Kit
- International air ticket
- Personal Expenses ( Telephone , minibar, etc...)
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
- Day 5
- Day 6
- Day 7
- Day 8
- Day 9
- Day 10
- Day 11
Depart Kuala Lumpur
Check-in individually at KLIA , and board the flight to Reykjavik.
Arrival Keflavik airport - Reykjavik
Arrival at the Keflavik airport , transfer to your accommodation. Check in and spend the rest of the day at own leisure. Meet your guide and travel companions in late evening and learn more about the tour. Dinner this evening is at your leisure.
Geysir – Gullfoss – Skogar – Dyrholaey – Vik
Breakfast at your hotel. Then meet your local guide in the hotel lobby with your luggage, and get ready for an enjoyable day in South Iceland!
After a quick introduction to city of Reykjavik, head to the greenhouse village of Hveragerdi. Continue to the Golden Circle natural wonders. Explore Gullfoss waterfall, a spectacular sight in winter when frozen mid-cascade. Continue to the geothermal fields of Geysir with bubbling mud pools and the high-spouting Strokkur hot spring (and other geysers). Continue along the south shore and stop to admire the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss before continuing to Dyrholaey and the black sand beaches of Iceland’s South Shore. Continue to the village of Vik.
Dinner and overnight in the Vik area.
Vatnajokull National Park –Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon – Hofn
Breakfast at your hotel. Today you’ll be visiting the southern area of Vatnajokull National Park, named after Europe’s largest glacier. Also visit the national park’s famous Skaftafell area, a site of outstanding natural beauty dominated by several magnificent glaciers. One of these is Svinafellsjokull, one of the most beautiful glacial “tongues” that are slowly creeping down from Vatnajokull.
Visit Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon and enjoy the breath-taking sight of icebergs floating in the fantastic 180m (591 ft.) deep glacial lagoon.Nearby is the dramatic beauty of the Diamond Beach, where shrinking icebergs settle on the black sands before they drift out to sea.
Dinner and overnight in Hofn, a fishing port in the shadow of Vatnajokull glacier.
Hofn - East Fjords – Egilsstadir
Breakfast at hotel , then proceed from Hofn through Almannaskard pass, stopping to admire the majestic coastline. Continue to an area of towering mountains plunging vertically into the sea that form the magnificent East Fjords. Keep your hand on your camera and keep an eye out for wild reindeer, which can sometimes be seen in the area during the winter months.
Then pass villages, each with its own special history and charm. One of these is the tiny village of Breiddalsvik. Here, visit the local Beljandi microbrewery and sample some of the beer. You’ll meet one of the townsfolk and get a feel for life in a small town, as well as how great beer is made. The road next brings you to Egilsstadir town, located near Iceland’s largest forest and a lake said to be home to a legendary (friendly) monster. The area is also getting a name for itself for its excellent locally sourced cuisine, and you will surely enjoy some of it at dinner.
Dinner and overnight in the Eastfjords area.
Lake Myvatn Area
Breakfast at your hotel. Then explore the empty vastness of the highland desert plateau Modrudalsoraefi, desolate and yet hauntingly beautiful in its winter snows, as you head towards the Lake Myvatn area. On the way, stop at Dettifoss, Europe’s largest and most powerful waterfall. Continue onwards to Namaskard pass with its boiling mud pools and vibrant colors.
Explore the natural beauty of the Lake Myvatn area, including the pseudo craters at Skutustadir and the Laxa Salmon River.
Dinner and overnight stay in the Myvatn area.
Lake Myvatn Area – Akureyri – Siglufjordur
Explore the peculiar lava formations at Dimmuborgir, then visit the Godafoss waterfall and Old Turf Farm Laufas. Head to Akureyri, continue along the coastal roads of Eyjafjordur Fjord and Troll Peninsula to Siglufjordur, the historic fishing town in North Iceland.
After breakfast , start the day by exploring the peculiar lava formations at Dimmuborgir , know as “Dark Citadels” in Icelandic.
Visit the magnificent Godafoss waterfall, one of the most important symbols of North Iceland, and the old turf farm Laufas. Enjoy a taste of some traditional Icelandic farmhouse refreshments and hear tales of life in the old days. Afterwards, visit Akureyri, the colorful northern “capital” of Iceland. The town has charming buildings and a beautiful view of the Eyjafjordur fjord.
Continue along the coastal roads of Eyjafjordur and the Troll Peninsula. The day’s destination is Siglufjordur, set in a beautiful fjord of the same name. This town has some of the finest timber buildings in the country, beautifully restored to their original glory. Siglufjordur is a very picturesque and easily walkable town for an evening stroll. You may even recognize some of the buildings; the town was a filming location for the popular Icelandic thriller series Trapped.
Dinner and overnight in Siglufjordur.
Skagafjordur – Borgarnes
Breakfast at your hotel. This morning visit Siglufjordur’s award-winning Herring-Era Maritime Museum. The museum recreates the atmosphere when Siglufjordur was transformed into a frontier-like boom town, thanks to a large migration of herring.
Afterwards, head along majestic mountains and narrow passes to Skagafjordur, considered to be one of the finest places in Iceland for horse breeding. Enjoy an introduction to the unique Icelandic horse breed with its special fifth gait, the tolt.
Continue towards the village of Blonduos, built on both sides of the river Blanda. This is a part of Iceland known from the Icelandic literary work Vatnsdaela Saga. Cross the Holtavorduheidi plateau taking you into West Iceland. Drive through Borgarfjordur, a region that has been getting international recognition for its diverse landscapes and its Viking history.
Dinner and overnight stay in the Borgarnes area.
Borgarfjordur – Thingvellir – Reykjavik
Breakfast at your hotel , then visit some of the beautiful natural wonders of West Iceland. Drive to Deildartunguhver, the most powerful hot spring in Europe. Stop to admire the beautiful Hraunfossar waterfalls, where brightly blue water rushes through black lava formations. Nearby is Barnafoss, a waterfall with a more brilliantly blue color. There is an interesting and poignant legend associated with this waterfall.
Drive through the scenic and mountain lined Hvalfjordur fjord to Lake Thingvallavatn, Iceland’s largest lake, and Thingvellir National Park. This UNESCO heritage site is where the world’s oldest continuing parliamentary government was founded in the 10th century. It is also the place where the North American and European tectonic plates meet. You will have the unusual experience of walking between two continents! Afterwards, head to Reykjavik for a last night in the colorful capital city. Your guide will bid you farewell at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Reykjavik. Dinner is on your own.
Reykjavik - Depart Keflavik airport
Breakfast at your hotel, please note that this might be a light breakfast if you are taking an early morning flight. Transfer on your own to the international airport for your departure flight.
Arrive Kuala Lumpur
-Explore overview of Iceland and its unique wonders.
-View first-hand many of the classic natural wonders.
-Enjoy a glimpse into Icelandic life
|TRAVEL DATE ( ARRIVAL IN REYKJAVIK )||TWIN SHARING||TRIPLE SHARING||CHILD (Age 8-11)||SINGLE SUPPLEMENT|
|2023 : 04 , 18 OCT 2023||RM 26,499||RM 26,870||RM 22,275||RM 3,920|
|2024 : 14 FEB | 13 MAR | 03 APR||RM 27,130||RM 27,499||RM 22,745||RM 4,060|
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