Your all-inclusive package for the Golden Circle. Not more than 8 people and everything included in the price.
Tour Operator: Holiday Tours
This tour includes close to everything that the Golden Circle, one of the most beloved destinations in Iceland has to offer. We will learn about history, experience the true power of Mother Nature, get acquainted with geothermal energy, and pamper ourselves at an all-time favorite swimming pool.
After our initial meeting in Reykjavik, we will head to the South in order to explore the most important locations on the tour.
Our first stop is the Þingvellir National Park, where the very first Icelandic parliament was founded in 930 AD, making it one of the oldest runnings in the whole world. Furthermore, since the National Park is located in a fissure between the North-American and the European tectonic plates you will be able to walk from one continent to another. Not a bad start for the day, don't you agree?
Let us head to the most famous geyser in the world, Geysir! Unfortunately, these days the mother of all geysers is rarely active, but her little brother, Strokkur puts on a show every 5-8 minutes, so you better get your cameras ready in order to catch this natural wonder in action.
The mighty Gullfoss is our next stop, the "golden waterfall" is one of the most powerful in Europe, up to 130 000 liters of water are running down to the depths every second. If the weather is nice enough, you can also see the Langjökull glacier on the horizon.
After all these natural wonders it is time for lunch. We will head to the famous Friðheimar Tomato Farm, where we will also learn about the use of geothermal energy. The price of this tour includes one main course from their tasty, tomato-based menu.
The day is still not over. We think, that the best possible way to end the trip is by relaxing in geothermal water. We will go to the Secret Lagoon, or as the locals call it, "Gamla Laugin". The Icelandic term means the "old pool" and it is a fitting name since it was opened in 1891. It is as popular as it was back in the old days, literally nobody can say no to these amazing waters, which have a constant temperature of 38-40 °C.