Iceland Winter Tours

   
 
 

Iceland Winter Tours

Winter Heats Up In Iceland!

Despite what its chilly-sounding name might suggest, Iceland does not freeze to a halt in winter. Average January temperatures in many parts of Iceland are actually higher than those in New York and, in a sense, much of Iceland's cultural life bursts into bloom from autumn to spring, before the long bright nights and the main travel season begin.

Outdoor life goes on as usual in Iceland throughout winter, with horseback riding and sightseeing all year round. And for thrills such as snowmobiling, you don't even need to go up on a glacier in winter because rental and tour operators will find you plenty of places to zoom around at liberty. Some sports even take on an added flair in winter - like swimming in a geothermally-heated outdoor pool, in a blizzard!

For winter incentive tours, Iceland is a particular favorite because of its action - both in nature and in town.

On the cultural front you'll have the choice of symphony orchestra, opera, theaters (there's no language barrier for the frequent musicals), and a rich variety of other musical events. Alongside home artists, growing numbers of celebrated international performers from all fields are eager to include "cool but hot" Iceland in their tour programs these days. And for a little daytime cultural input, a fine national and international mix is also found at the many visual art museums and galleries.

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Northern Lights Exploration Tour
8 Days / 13 locations in Iceland
From $2315 Per Person Double Occupancy
Nle

Experience the best of Iceland’s winter! Our new Northern Lights Exploration tours are designed to include a lot of Iceland and aim to maximize the chances of seeing the elusive Northern Lights. In addition to 7 nights of accommodations with breakfast, the program includes our special six night Northern Lights Academy – with 6 evenings of presentations, lectures and guided tours at spots likely to offer a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis – the Northern Lights. This is a fully escorted coach tour with guaranteed departures from September to April which can help you experience the winter at it‘s most Icelandic – both during the day and after dark, as you head to the countryside in West and Southeast Iceland, exploring the regions from Snæfellsnes peninsula to Vatnajökull glacier to search for the Aurora Borealis away from the big city lights.

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Northern Lights Special - Iceland
5 Days / 3 locations in Iceland
From $1720 Per Person Double Occupancy
Northern Lights

Just below the Arctic Circle, discover the beauty and unique attractions of Lake Myvatn in winter. Immerse yourself in the nature while the Aurora Borealis dances in the clear winter skies.

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Glacial Exploration and Auroras
8 Days / 15 locations in Iceland
From $1685 Per Person Double Occupancy
Walk

Winter in Iceland is a fantastic season to experience the majestic might of glaciers. These powers of nature have forcefully carved Iceland‘s landscape on their ponderous march to the sea. Icelandic glaciers have been the focus of international news programmes and movies; they are worth a closer look, and this new driving vacation gives more time in prime glacial areas.

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Classic Reykjavik City Break
4 Days / 2 locations in Iceland
From $800 Per Person Double Occupancy
Blue Lagoon

Reykjavik is perfect for a short stay. Vibrant with culture and city life, but still close to nature, you can experience it all in just a few days' vacation. And this fun-packed break is the ultimate way to get to know the city and its surroundings.

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Glacial Adventure
6 Days / 8 locations in Iceland
From $975 Per Person Double Occupancy
Glac Adv

This self drive trip encompasses the major natural wonders that have made Iceland famous, but it lets you do it during the cosy and less busy winter period.

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Reykjavik in a Nutshell Winter Tour
5 Days / 2 locations in Iceland
From $1403 Per Person Double Occupancy
Reykjavik

Experience the capital of Iceland which is a blend of the past and the modern world. You will find all facilities of a metropolis mixed with the warm friendliness of a small town. The magnificent nature awaits you by Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir, just to mention a few. Try one of the many outdoor geothermal swimming pools or spas in Reykjavik - a great way to meet the locals.

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Natures Treasures & Northern Lights
5 Days / 7 locations in Iceland
From $1340 Per Person Double Occupancy

This complete yet compact tour provides the essential overview of Iceland! Visit the wonderful highlights of both West and South Iceland, enjoying both natural wonders and less-crowded, tranquil wilderness views. You will be introduced to well-known natural treasures tucked along the rugged coastline of Snaefellsnes Peninsula, famous for its mystical glacier and ties to the ancient Sagas. Known as “Iceland in a Nutshell”, Snaefellsnes will show you all the amazing types of landscapes and geological formations that can be found in Iceland.

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Akureyri and Lake Myvatn Adventure
5 Days / 3 locations in Iceland
From $1120 Per Person Double Occupancy

Akureyri has many options for those who want to experience adventure being located within a few hours drive from North Iceland's main highlights and attractions.

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