Ring Road Highlights” is one of our bestselling car rental packages, giving you the chance to visit all of Iceland’s main attractions in eight days. Discover the legendary natural wonders and magical landscapes that make Iceland so special.
One of our most popular itineraries! Follow the Ring Road and fully explore the best of Iceland, including national parks, beautiful waterfalls, striking glaciers, and more.
Do you like our Geysers, Glacier and Waterfalls itinerary but wish you could spend more time discovering South and West Iceland? We’ve created a leisurely version of this best-selling tour so you can do just that!
Are you short on time but long on curiosity? Book the Golden Circle Self Drive and you can experience the Iceland’s most famous natural wonders in a few short days! It’s also a perfect itinerary for an Iceland Stopover!
Offering the ultimate Iceland experience, this superb self-drive tour covers all the major highlights of the mainland, plus the many wonders of the more secluded Westfjords. These two weeks of travel bring together a sequence of attractions, from the newly-formed volcanic hot spots such as Krafla, to those ancient landscapes found in the far west, where the roads lead to remote fishing villages, weave around coastlines and through narrow fjords. This is the ultimate Iceland experience - including the highlights of the Ring Road, the scenic Westfjords, and the mystical Snaefellsnes peninsula.
This classic circular route of Iceland gives travellers both flexibility and time to spend at each of Iceland’s most popular attractions.
Are you looking for a self-drive holiday where you can visit special corners of a country that give you a closer connection to the people, culture and landscape? Do you want to visit places where you can try regional cusine, see local farming and hidden secrets of history? Our Arctic Iceland itinerary is designed to let you visit charming coastal communities tucked away along scenic roads in the country’s northern, eastern and western corners. Discover friendly towns where people live close to nature and continue family traditions in fishing and farming. A variety of unique restaurants, museums and outdoor activities puts you in touch with great local experiences.
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.