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7-Day Northern Lights Discovery of Iceland Tour

The cold weather and arctic atmosphere in Iceland are maybe not the ideal conditions for many people. But you should think again! With active volcanoes, sparkling lagoons, spell-binding Northern Lights, and impossibly black beaches, it's no wonder this is the Land of Fire and Ice. Whether it's the never-ending hot chocolate in Reykjavík, taking control of the wheel on the Ring Road, which runs around the island, or trekking through magical ice caves on the South Coast, an Iceland vacation promises unique experiences not found anywhere else in the world.

Some Highlights:

  • A must experience in Blue Lagoon Hot Spring. Inclusive of entrance ticket, bath towel, nutritious mud mask, special drinks. Hold an ice drink and soak in the blue natural hot spring for a beautiful photo!

  • Walking along the Diamond Beach: countless ice stones, shining like diamonds, are too beautiful to be true. No wonder movies such as "Tomb Raider" and "Interstellar" were filmed here.

  • Direct airport pick-up and drop-off: Arrange the airport pick-up and drop-off directly to the hotel, so you won’t worry about getting lost again!

  • Giant Basin Crater: The 14-meter deep giant basin crater up close!

  • Head to the north end of the world to chase after Northern Lights personally.

  • Jiegulong Glacier Lake, close to the Millennium Glacier, floating on the lake.

  • Blue Ice Cave Adventure-Nature’s Crystal Palace, ride a special glacier jeep, pedal skates, and explore the blue ice cave (Rare opportunity in between April and October each year!).

  • Visit Reykjanes Peninsula, you can see the volcanic geothermal wonders at the junction of the American and European plates; enjoy the Blue Lagoon hot springs.

  • The most classic of Iceland: Reykjavik City Scenery + Golden Waterfall + Geyser + Southern Iceland Coastline + Black Sand Beach + Europe's Most Northern Ice Cap.



Free time upon hotel check in.


Breakfast in hotel, you will drive to Pingvellir National Park and the former site of Iceland’s ancient parliament. It is the most prestigious holy place in Iceland’s history and the cradle of the country. In 2005, it was included in the "World Heritage List" by UNESCO. The National Park, the former site of the parliament, perfectly displays the results of the movement of the two major plates of the American and Eurasian plates, and is covered with scars of the earth. Visitors often step on both sides of the crack to enjoy the sense of accomplishment "across two continents". Standing on the rocks of the Eurasian plate, looking far away, there is a vast plain on the opposite side, inlaid with the curved, blue Singvardra Lake (Parliament Lake), which is also the largest natural lake in Iceland. In 930 AD, the Icelanders established the world’s first democratic parliament here. Pingvellir means parliament land in Icelandic. The wooden observatory was the place where people gathered to discuss national affairs. The Icelandic flag was flying beside it. It is a natural black stone wall, and it also has a vivid Icelandic name-Logberg, which means legal rock.

Embark on a trip to Iceland’s famous Golden Circle, Geyser. When it is calm, this spring is a round pool with a diameter of 20 meters. The pool is filled with hot green water. , And slowly flow out along the gap in the pool. However, this calm situation can't be maintained for a long time, and it will suddenly become angry. I saw the clear water in the pool tumbling, and there was a gurgling sound similar to boiling. Soon, a column of water rose into the sky, and a hot drizzle fell on the blue sky. This process is repeated and repeated, which is very spectacular.

Iceland's favorite waterfall-Gullfoss (Gullfoss), it is Iceland's largest fault waterfall, about 2500 meters wide, divided into upper and lower levels, and finally into a 70-meter-deep canyon. The huge amount of water shakes up l