Iceland Vacations on Sale

Iceland is not just a destination. It’s an adventure set in stunning scenery.

Iceland is a country of sharp contrasts. A place where fire and ice co-exist. Where dark winters are offset by the summer’s midnight sun. This is your year to experience Iceland's incredible natural wonders, the beauty of the rugged landscape and the rich and vibrant culture of the Icelandic people.

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up to $1000* per couple
on select Iceland vacations

Book by: August 31, 2019
Travel: Now through December 31, 2019

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Iceland is a country known for its natural wonders: glaciers, active volcanoes, black-sand beaches, geothermal areas, roaring rivers, majestic waterfalls, and beautiful lakes.

Some out-of-the-ordinary experiences included to make your Iceland vacation special are:
In Thingvellir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, walk through the rift valley that marks the separation between the North American and European tectonic plates. In Geysir, meet the chef of the restaurant in the geothermal areas, and taste freshly baked bread cooked using the heat from the hot springs. You'll wash it down with a glass of Geysir schnapps.

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Save $1000 per couple

8-Day
Iceland Adventure

was $6009
now from $5509

Roundtrip Reykjavík

Scenic highlights include mighty Gullfoss waterfall and Goðafoss, known as the "Waterfall of the Gods." Take pictures at Dettifoss, the most powerful waterfall in Europe (road conditions permitting). Drive by Eyjafjallajökull volcano, well known for the eruption that generated the massive ash cloud in 2010, and through the national park at Skaftafell to the Vik area. Enjoy a scenic drive to the lovely blue Lake Mývatn. In one of Iceland's prettiest areas and with volcanic craters throughout the lake, it is teeming with bird life and is known for its geothermal activity. Also watch how Europe's largest glacier, Vatnajökull, flows into Lake Jökulsárlón, forming icebergs. Another unique and unforgettable experience is a boat cruise to see whales in their natural habitat! 

These are just some of the many highlights of this Iceland guided tour. Be sure to bring your camera so you can capture the stunning scenery and fun experiences on this wonderful vacation. 

 

Save $500 per couple

6-Day
Gems of Iceland
with Northern Lights

was $4059
now from $3659

Roundtrip Reykjavík

Iceland is a country known for its natural wonders: glaciers, active volcanoes, black-sand beaches, geothermal areas, roaring rivers, majestic waterfalls, and beautiful lakes. On this escorted tour of Iceland, you will start and end in Reykjavik, and you'll witness these natural wonders while enjoying fun and unique experiences. Take an evening excursion by motorcoach to enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime experience of witnessing the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis) in Iceland’s night sky.

6-Day
Gems of Iceland
with Whale Watching

was $4609
now from $4209

Roundtrip Reykjavík

Iceland is a country known for its natural wonders: glaciers, active volcanoes, black-sand beaches, geothermal areas, roaring rivers, majestic waterfalls, and beautiful lakes. On this escorted tour of Iceland, you will start and end in Reykjavik, and you'll witness Iceland's natural wonders while enjoying fun and unique experiences. Another unique and unforgettable experience is a boat cruise to see whales in their natural habitat. Marvel at the Gullfoss waterfall; drive through the national park at Skaftafell; stop at Lake Jökulsárlón, where some of the most spectacular scenes of the James Bond movie Die Another Day were filmed; and much more! Be sure to bring your camera so you can capture the stunning scenery and fun experiences on this wonderful vacation. 

15-Day
Scenic Norway with Iceland

was $8939
now from $8539

Oslo to Reykjavík

Stunning scenery, cultural treasures, exciting cities, and fun experiences await you on this Scandinavia tour through Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Iceland. Your tour begins in Copenhagen, Denmark, and ends in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Enjoy some of Scandinavia's and Iceland’s spectacular scenery. You’ll drive through Sweden's scenic Värmland, home to 10,000 lakes dotting the forested landscape; cruise on spectacular Sognefjord, Norway's longest fjord, and Nærøyfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; enjoy a ferry crossing from Denmark to Sweden; a scenic train ride from Bergen across the wild Hardangervidda mountain plateau; and fly from Oslo to Reykjavik.

Your unique experiences include a visit to a Norwegian farm and meeting the family that has owned it for eight generations. While you taste their apple cider, they’ll tell you about their history and how cider is made. Another highlight is a visit to King Gustav Vasa’s Gripsholm Castle. And you can try out local specialties at a restaurant in Arhus. 

Then, fly to Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, for a six-day tour to experience Iceland’s gems: watch whales in their natural habitat, and see the area where the most spectacular scenes of the James Bond movie Die Another Day were filmed, and much more! From the stunning scenery to the vibrant cities, this tour through Scandinavia and Iceland will delight all of your senses!

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A YEAR-ROUND DESTINATION

Iceland is rugged and beautiful. And perfect for most outdoor adventures, all year round. The landscape serves as an epic backdrop to whatever activity you have in mind. But don't take our word for it. Just see for yourself.

Most people come to Iceland for nature. But Iceland's most unrivaled treasure is the people, who are warm and friendly, and easy with a smile. Enjoy a walk around town, visit a local hot spring, or enjoy a local cafe for a chance to mingle with these friendly people.

GEOGRAPHY
Formed about 25 million years ago, Iceland is one of the youngest landmasses on the planet characterized by deep fjords, glaciers, waterfalls, geysers, volcanoes and black sand beaches.
HISTORY & HERITAGE
The country was settled by Norsemen from Scandinavia and Celts from the British Isles in the 9th and 10th centuries, who established the world's first parliament.
CULTURE
Iceland was the last country in Europe to be settled. To this day, it is one of the most sparsely populated counties in the world. Due to its geographical location, Iceland's culture is unique due to the fact it was mostly outside the influences of Europe and America, until the late nineteenth century. 
ICELANDIC FOOD
The most important ingredient in Icelandic cuisine is location. Iceland is blessed with an abundance of fresh water, clean nature and fertile fishing grounds, while geothermal energy makes it possible to supply a year-round offering of fresh vegetables, grown locally in organic greenhouses.
THE LAND OF FIRE AND ICE
Home to the largest glaciers in Europe, as well as some of the world's most active volcanoes, Iceland is widely known as "The Land of Fire and Ice". But Iceland escapes definition. With long summer days of near 24-hours of sunlight, offset by short winter days with very little sunlight at all, it is also the land of light and darkness.
ADVENTURE
Iceland remains largely uninhabited. Iceland's rivers are perfect for rafting and fishing; its mountains, volcanoes and glaciers are good for hiking, climbing, dog-sledding, and snowmobiling; its caves for exploring; and  its oceans for fishing and wildlife viewing.
NORTHERN LIGHTS
The extreme dark of the Icelandic winter has a few perks. Between September and April, Iceland is treated to a magnificent natural display; the phenomenon of aurora borealis, or also know as the Northern Lights.
WILDLIFE VIEWING
Iceland has a wealth of fauna in its seas and skies, which draw visitors from the world over; it is one of the best places to visit in terms of bird watching, including the largest Atlantic Puffin colony in the world, seal watching, and whale watching—including the Orca, Minke, Humpback, and Blue Whale—which can be seen during the summer months in the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans on either side of the island.

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