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.
Winter is a magical time of the year and everything is in a different kind of bloom. The air is crisp, the trees are naked and the green grass and soil forcibly frozen together. The red berries that fall on the ground at the end of summer are glued to the frozen ground covered in a thin layer of snow and the little that is left of the patches of green grass is mother nature’s own Christmas decoration. Magic is in the air.
We offer a number of escorted tours in Iceland as well as independent suggestions for self-drive and stop-over packages. Also, for a truly unforgettable vacation you may add Greenland to your Iceland visit. After all, Greenland's East Coast is only 2 hours away by air from Reykjavik.
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.
The pure and warm waters of Iceland are truly a gift from Mother Nature, ranging from natural bathing spots to high-end swimming pools and spas. Appreciate Iceland's wonderful geothermal attractions with trips to the mineral-rich Blue Lagoon and the Fontana Geothermal Baths, a wellness centre built on natural hot springs. In addition, sightsee along the iconic Golden Circle, with its fabulous trio of natural wonders, easily toured on a full-day excursion.
Scantours offers a winter fun package filled with sightseeing programs and activities to very attractive rates for both individuals and groups. Easy to book, as our tours are guaranteed departures and with one email it becomes an one-stop-shop. The departures are daily from October to March.
Visit the legendary Icelandic landmarks featured in the hit TV show “Game of Thrones” on this thoroughly entertaining tour of some truly awe-inspiring film locations. During excursions to various settings, such as the famed “Ice Wall” and those breathtaking places where the "North of the Wall" scenes were filmed, travellers will be captivated with tales of the "Seven Kingdoms" by local guide Jon Thor Benediktsson - guide for the Game of Thrones crew during the filming of the third series.
Experience the "must-see" glacier and volcanic marvels of Iceland's South Shore region. Stay one night in the countryside where you can be close to Iceland’s fabulous nature. You’ll be in a good location to spot northern lights (sightings not guaranteed). Highlights include the Glacier Lagoon, Diamond Beach, Reynisfjara Beach and more.