Приключение вокруг Исландии. 8-дневный частный тур

Explore the best spots along the famous Ring Road on your vacation trip around Iceland.

This eight-day private tour is perfect for those who want to get the most out of their time in Iceland. In this way, you will have the opportunity to travel around Iceland and explore natural wonders along the Ring road and off the beaten paths. This tour ensures that you get the most out of Icelandic experiences, and every day you will have an incredible perception of natural attractions and cultural features.


  • This tour is a great introduction for your first-time visit to Iceland
  • Visit the most popular sights on the South Coast up to the Glacier Lagoon
  • Explore the highlights of the famous Golden Circle route
  • Hike the glacier in Vatnajokull National Park
  • Bathe in the hot springs of Myvatn Nature Baths
  • Spot the humpbacks on a whale watching tour in Northern Iceland
  • Explore Iceland’s attractions at your own pace with a private guide
Travel Style
Privately Guided Multi-day Tour
AvailabilityMay-October, Daily
Tour Duration
8 Days / 7 Nights. Driving distance 1.900 km / 1.188 miles
Brief ItineraryDay 1. Arrival. Keflavik Airport. Explore downtown and stay in Reykjavík
Day 2. Golden Circle and South Coast | Hotel in Vik
Day 3. South-East Coast and Glacier Lagoon | Hotel in Hofn
Day 4. Scenic East Fjords and Hengifoss Waterfall | Hotel in Egilsstaðir
Day 5. Dettifoss, Geothermal Sights to Lake Myvatn | Hotel at Myvatn Lake
Day 6. The North – From Mývatn to Laugarbakki | Hotel in Laugarbakki
Day 7. Historical West Iceland & Return to Reykjavik | Hotel in Reykjavík
Day 8. Morning in Reykjavik. Blue Lagoon. Keflavik Airport | Departure
SUV or Minivan for a group of 1-6 people. Minibus for 6-15 people
What´s Included
  • Two private transfers KEF Airport-Reykjavík
  • Accommodation (comfort/quality) for 7 nights
  • Daily breakfast at accommodation places
  • Private transportation with your driver-guide 
Not included
  • Flights to/from Iceland
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Food and drinks
  • Any services not listed as “Included”

Optional Extras

  • Private excursion in Reykjavik (2-3 hours)
  • Entrance fee to the Secret Lagoon (1-1,5 hours)
  • Glacier hiking (all year) or Ice Cave (Oct.-May) tour (3-4  hours)
  • Zodiac (1,5 hours) or Amphibian (1 hour) boat tour at the Glacier Lagoon
  • Entrance fee to Myvatn Nature Baths (1-1,5 hours)
  • Entrance fee to Krauma SPA (1-1,5 hours)
  • Visiting the Blue Lagoon and entrance fee (2-3 hours)

Tour Pricing

The indicated price per person based on four adults together on the tour sharing two double rooms (comfort grade) during the shoulder tourist season. To clarify the price for your group, please send us a tour request.

Plan & book my trip

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Day 1. Arrive in Iceland. Explore Reykjavik

Fly into Keflavik International Airport, where your guide meets you and provides a private transfer to downtown Reykjavik (approx. an hour). Check into your hotel and explore the downtown area or rest away from any jetlag. In case you arrive in the early morning (which is typical for flights from the United States), downtown Reykjavik has some great coffee shops.

Things to do in Reykjavik:

  • Walkthrough the compact Reykjavik center to enjoy the charm of the city.
  • Head to the waterfront to see the Sun Voyager sculpture and Harpa Concert Hall with its cool glass architecture.
  • Visit the Hallgrimskirkja Church on the hill and take the elevator at the tower for panoramic views of the Reykjavik area.
  • If the weather is inclement, visit several museums such as the Northern Lights Center, Saga Museum, Maritime Museum, or Iceland’s Whale Exhibition.

Driving distance 50km/32miles. Overnight stay in Reykjavik.

Day 2. Golden Circle & South Coast

On this day, we start from Reykjavik heading to the Thingvellir National Park with spectacular views of the landscape. The Thingvellir is famous for its geological matter as the boundary between American and Eurasian tectonic plates, and widely known for being a place for the first parliament in the world. It was founded by the locals during the Viking age in the year 930 AD and remained the social center until the end of the 18th century.

We continue our way to the Gullfoss waterfall, the second largest waterfall in Iceland. In the summer, we can walk at the lower path, where you stand close enough to the falls, and feel fresh mist touching your face. In the winter, we are not able to reach that close, but we can still enjoy the scenery from the distance.

The next stop is the Haukadalur valley, the geothermal area, where you find Strokkur hot spring. It is the most active geyser in Iceland that shoots hot water up to 30 meters height (100 ft) and it happens every 5-10 minutes. At this point, we are done with three main attractions of the famous Golden Circle Iceland. However, our tour is not finished yet, we head to visit the Fridheimar tomato greenhouse for lunch.

After visiting three main sights of the Golden Circle route we head to the South Coast to the Seljalandsfoss, one of the best-known waterfalls in Iceland. It is 63 meters tall and breathtakingly beautiful. It offers a fantastic walking on the path behind, especially on a sunny day when one can catch a rainbow.

Next, we drive to the east alongside farms, located under the former sea cliffs of the Eyjafjoll area, and arrive at the mighty Skogafoss waterfall, cascading down 60 meters (200 feet) with water running from the Eyjafjallajokull glacier. This majestic waterfall is one of the most visited sites in Iceland and for a good reason.

Then we shall visit Dyrholaey, a rocky cape extending into the ocean in the southernmost part of the country. The roaring Atlantic ocean and its foamy waves wash the black sands at the foot of Dyrholaey. From there, you can enjoy the diverse and fantastic landscapes of the Myrdalur valley, fresh green fields, and pastures.

We shall continue our journey and stop for a walk along the shore of Reynisfjara beach, not far from the Vik village. It is widely considered the most impressive black sand beach in Iceland, with an amazing cliff of vertically shifted basalt columns resembling a stone step pyramid called Gardar. From there we head to the Vik for an overnight stay there.

Duration 10 hours. Driving distance 330 km/206 miles. Overnight stay in Vik.

Day 3. South-East Coast and Glacier Lagoon

Today, we explore the South-East coast, the area at Vatnajokull, the biggest glacier in Europe, and shall finish the day in H0fn fishing town.

As we keep along with the Ring Road further east, the first stop will be at Fjadrargljufur canyon near the Kirkjubaejarklaustur town. Fjadrargljufur is a magnificent massive but narrow canyon, with a depth of about 100 meters and a length of about two kilometers.

The next stop will be at the Skaftafell park, where you can choose a short hike on the popular trail (1,5 hours) leading to Svartifoss, a thin waterfall surrounded by columns of basalt. Or for further exploration, we can join an ice cave tour (Nov-March), glacier hike, or embark on an ice climbing excursion started from Skaftafell park.

Then we keep going east and just a short time before getting to the Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, we can explore the Fjallsárlón glacier lagoon, by walking there about 10 minutes from the parking lot. Here, you can get much closer to the glacier than at Jokulsarlon and have better views of all the cracks and crevices.

Next, we visit Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, with the chance to witness one of the most unique sights in Iceland: icebergs floating out to the ocean and beach on the black sand. Here you can take a Zodiac or Amphibian boat tour to get closer to the glacier and icebergs in the water.

Follow the river under the bridge to the ocean, you find Diamond Beach with large pieces of ice washed by crashing waves along the black, sandy shores, creating memorable sights. Here at the lagoon, we can also take part in one activity, an ice cave tour (in the wintertime), or a glacier hike in the summer. This will take up 3-4 hours. From the glacier lagoon, we head more east to the place of our overnight stay in Hofn.

Driving distance 285km / 180miles. Overnight stay in Vik.

Day 4. Scenic East Fjords and Hengifoss Waterfall

Today, we continue going east from Hofn to the East Fjords, winding along the coastline, to the Djupivogur. On the way, we take a short walk along the black-rock beach at the Hvalnes Nature Reserve, where you can see an abundance of birdlife. Look out for hundreds of swans in the calm waters below the jagged cliffs.

The small town of Djupivogur sitting along the fjord. Here we can take a short walk (less than 1 mile out and back) along the shore to the lighthouse on the rocks, to enjoy the great views of the entire fjords.

As we drive north to Egilsstadir, there are two options of driving while Route 1 and visit the Petra Stone museum in Stodvafjordur or take road 95 and make a short hike at Hengifoss waterfall.

Hengifossis a beautiful waterfall, 128 meters high, making it the 2nd highest waterfall in Iceland. It is located next to Lagarfljot lake and faces the Hallormsstaður forest. Hengifoss is 145 meters above sea level and the hike to the waterfall is a climb uphill for an hour or so.

Then after arriving at Egilsstadir town, we take a short tour in the town and can visit Vok Baths, the hot water springs at lake Urridavatn. If time permits we can take a short detour from Egilsstadir to Seydisfjordur village. After a 30-minute drive over the mountain pass, you will be welcomed with amazing views of the fjord below. Once in Seydisfjorður, you can hike several trails to waterfalls — two are fairly steep, but only take 5-10 minutes, each.

Duration 8-10 hours. Driving distance 240km/150miles. Overnight stay in Egilsstadir

Day 5. Dettifoss, Geothermal Sights, and Myvatn Lake

On this day, we head to the northern part of Iceland and pass the wilderness of Modrudalur valley, before we get to our first stop at the west side of Dettifoss, Europe’s most powerful waterfall. This beast of a fall in North Iceland on the Jokulsa a Fjollum river flows from the magnificent Vatnajokull glacier. The falls are 100 meters wide drop 45 meters down to the mighty Jokulsargljufur canyon. It is powerful in volume, having an average water flow of 400 m3/s in the summertime.

After discovering the Dettifos waterfall, we keep going up north to Asbyrgi glacier canyon, which can be certainly counted as one of nature’s wonders. It is about 3,5km/2miles long horseshoe shape canyon with up to 100 m high walls.

Then we shall keep going along with coastline to the Husavik charming village, known for its incredible whale watching and geothermal baths. Here we can make a stop for a lunch or join a whale watching tour from the harbor.

From Húsavík we drive toward the Myvatn lake, pass the Krafla Power Station and stop at the Viti crater, part of the Krafla volcanic system. This crater is filled in the bottom with a bright-blue lake. We also stop at Namafjall, an orange/yellow mountain south of Namaskard — hovering above the geothermal area Hverarond (Hverir). This area is sometimes called Hell’s (Devil’s) Kitchen due to the boiling and steaming hot pots and the strong smell of sulfur in the air — coming from the all surrounding steam and fumarole gas, amongst them hydrogen sulfide.

At the end of the day, we explore the surrounding of Myvatn lake and stop at the Jardbodin Nature Baths, to relax in the warm waters there.

Duration 8-10 hours. Driving Distance 340km /213 miles. Overnight stay at Mývatn Lake.

Day 6. The North – From Myvatn Lake to Laugarbakki

Today, we continue discovering the beautiful sights around Myvatn lake. Here we take an hour walk beneath large, strange, contorted Dimmuborgir lava formations, caused when the post-eruption lava flows cooled. There are several paths to discover the mysterious area from the small loop of 15 minutes hike or choose a bigger loop (45 minutes) to see the Kirkja, a natural lava formation that resembles a vaulted church arch and explore a nearby cave a bit further.

Then, we visit the Skutustadir pseudocraters, which were formed when hot lava flowed over the wet marsh area causing steam explosions. Here we take about one hour walk among pseudocraters on the shores of Myvatn lake, and loop around the smaller lake, Stakholstjorn. You will enjoy the nice views across the lake and see steam rising from the geothermal areas and other volcanic craters in the distance.

After our in-depth exploration of Myvatn lake, we continue west to Goðafoss, the magnificent waterfall (Waterfall of the Gods) which is impossible to miss. Here we can take a walk on the loop around the waterfall for views from different perspectives. Then, we keep your way to Akureyri, Iceland’s second-largest city (18,000 inhabitants).

Akureyri sits on Iceland’s longest fjord Eyjafjordur and makes a great base for exploring the north. While here, we can walk around the compact downtown area, visit the Akureyrarkirkja church on the hill, or follow the path along the calm old harbor and water to see more of the picturesque fjord. This is a good lunch spot before continuing further for the rest of the drive.

Just a short drive off Route 1, we shall visit the Glaumbaer farm, a great example of turf houses used by Icelanders to live in the medieval ages. If time permits, we can also visit the black-and-white rock formation known as Hvitserkur (White Shirt), a basalt troll, who, according to the legend, was caught in the sun and turned into stone.

Duration 8-10 hours. Driving distance 320km/200miles. Overnight stay in Laugarbakki.

Historical West of Iceland & Return to Reykjavik

In the morning, we head south toward Hraunfossar (Lava Waterfalls) emerging from the underground lava tubes beneath the Hallmundarhraun lava field. Next to these lava fosses is the Barnafoss waterfall formed by a regular river Hvita, coming from the Langjokull glacier.

Then, we visit the small village of Reykholt where you find an ancient hot tub built by Snorri Sturluson, one of the most prominent Icelandic scholars living in Reykholt during the Viking era.

From there we carry on to the Deildartunguhver, Europe’s most powerful hot springs, where you can take lunch and bath in excellent Krauma SPA (optional extras), renovated in 2017, so this spa is very new and modern. Then we head south and drive through the tunnel under Hvalfjordur (Whale Fjord) and return to Reykjavik.

Duration 6-8 hours. Driving distance 310km / 195miles.

Day 8. Morning in Reykjavik. Blue Lagoon. Departure

Today is a time for your Iceland adventure to end. Check out from your hotel in Reykjavik and enjoy a private transfer to Keflavik Airport. If your flight in the afternoon, you have the option to visit the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa to relax in the warm mineral waters before continuing to the airport (optional, not included).

The Blue Lagoon is recognized by National Geographic as one of 25 “wonders of the world” and is a unique source of geothermal seawater. The temperature of the water in the Blue Lagoon stays the same all year, around 38°-40°C (100°-104°F). Afterward, head to the airport to board your flight back home after some wonderful days in Iceland and memories you’ll never forget. Goodbye for now!

Duration 1 hour. Driving distance 50km/32miles.

Please note: The itinerary could be altered according to weather and road conditions

Accommodation is included in the tour package. The cost of accommodation and the price of the tour depending on the chosen category (comfort or quality), as well as the time of year you visit Iceland (low/shoulder/high tourist season). The price per person specified in the tour description is calculated when four adults together accommodate in two double comfort rooms during the low tourist season or shoulder season if a tour is not provided during the low season. Please note that accommodation can be changed at your request to rooms of a higher category. If you plan to stay in Iceland longer than the duration of the tour, for example, to add a day before or after the tour, please notice that in the application form.

Hotels in Reykjavik and around Iceland

Reykjavik is a convenient place to stay during the trip, as it is the capital and a very lively and hospitable city. In the city center, there are many small hotels 3*-4* and guesthouses, which are conveniently located for evening walks and visiting local restaurants. For multi-day tours, we recommend staying at hotels fitted to the route. That allows to minimize road overlapping and extend traveling area outside of Reykjavik. It is less choice of lodging places in the countryside and most of the hotels are three-star. It is better to book accommodation in advance, especially for the summertime, otherwise, it will be difficult to find conveniently located hotels at an affordable price.

Tourist seasons

High season: June 1 — August 31; December 30 — January 2

Shoulder season: May 1 — May 31; September 1 — October 31

Low season: November 1 — December 29; January 3 — April 30

The high tourist season in Iceland is quite short, from June to the end of August. Most tourists visit the country in the summer months, and the maximum load for hotels, rental companies, tour operators reaches in July and August. Lodging and rental prices at this time are almost doubling compared to the low season, and availability may be limited. Therefore, we recommend booking a summer tour a few months before the trip.

Accommodation Type

Comfort: Standard rooms with separate bathroom and shower (or bath) in a three-star hotel or comfortable guesthouse. Breakfast is included.

Quality: High-quality rooms with separate bathroom and shower (or bath). A superior room in a three-star hotel or a standard room in a four-star hotel. Breakfast is included

In all tour package with a level of comfort or higher, you will have a separate bathroom in the booked rooms. Breakfast is always on.


Double rooms in most Icelandic hotels are rooms with two single beds. In most cases, two single beds can be put into a double bed. However, this can vary between hotels/guesthouses. Triple rooms are in most cases double rooms with an extra bed, so when you install an extra bed, space can be limited. You can choose a combination of rooms when booking.


Children under 2 years old get free accommodation if they live in the same room as their parents. Families with one child are advised to book 3 persons in a double room. This room can accommodate an extra bed or mattress if the available room is too small to accommodate an extra bed. Two adults and two children book two double rooms. Children living in a separate room pay the full cost. When one adult travels with one child, the full cost of a double room is charged.

Chek-In time and early arrival

Check-in time for accommodation in Iceland is usually from 14:00 to 16:00. Some hotels offer early check-in for a minimum fee. However, it depends on the hotel and room availability. The only way to ensure an early check-in is to also book the night before. However, if the room is ready, you can check-in sooner.

Hotel booking changes

If you want to change the hotel, we will do everything possible to change your stay in the hotel. Please note that due to low availability and high demand in summer we cannot guarantee some hotels. If you want to book a particular hotel, we will naturally do our best to provide it to you, but keep in mind that there may be an additional charge.

WI-FI and Internet connection in hotels

Most hotels and guest houses in Iceland provide free access to wi-fi internet. Some hotels and guesthouses may charge a small fee for internet access.

Assuming that before ordering a tour or when you prepare for the trip, you may have questions that we want to answer in advance to provide you with complete information about the tour and make it comfortable as possible. If you have any other questions, please contact us.

How long in advance should we book the tour?

In general — the sooner the better, considering the fact that most of our tours are privately guided, availability on certain dates might be limited.

How do we pay for the tour?

We require a 15% deposit at the time of booking. Full payment is due 4 weeks before arrival.

Payments are collected online while booking. We accept major credit cards. If you have any problems with using a credit card, please contact us. If another way of payment is preferable, please contact us through e-mail at info@topicelandtours.com

How do I book and what is the process?

Once you are confident about your trip selection proceed to press the Tour Request tab. Here you will fill in the required information and proceed through the tour request.
After agreeing on the details of the tour and price, we require a 15% deposit at the time of booking. Full payment is due 4 weeks before arrival date.

Once a booking is made an automatic e-mail is sent informing you that the order has been placed and is currently being processed by the Top Iceland team. You will then be contacted by one of our trusted travel agents with further details.

What the tour price depends on?

Several factors determine the tour price:

  • Time of the year you plan on visiting (high, low, and shoulder seasons)
  • Accommodation type (we offer comfort and quality grades, you can choose one or a mixture of both)
  • Number of people traveling together (up to 15 people in a group)
  • Type of vehicle for transportation (SUV, Minivan, or Minibus)
  • Optional Activities (Various optional activities are available with each trip)
Where do you pick up from?

Pick-ups are included in the tour price and provided from Keflavik airport upon your flight arrival, your driver-guide will await you at the arrival hall holding a tag with the lead traveler name. Pick-up and drop off on other days will be from hotels reserved according to the tour itinerary.

We are arriving very early. What is the check-in time?

Check-in time for accommodation in Iceland is usually between 14:00-16:00. The only way to secure an early check-in is to book the night before as well. However, if a room is ready you should be able to check-in early.

Do hotels and guesthouses offer Wi-Fi internet connection?

Most hotels and guesthouses in Iceland provide free access to Wi-Fi Internet. Some hotels and guesthouses might charge a small fee for access to the internet.
What to bring for tours? Which clothes are recommended?

Solid, warm & waterproof shoes, as well as warm rain & windproof outdoor clothing, is recommended for all the tours. (Please see the question below about weather and temperature).

What is the weather like in Iceland? How cold is it?

Here below, a table with average temperatures, precipitation, and daylights by months in Iceland:

MonthAvg. High Avg. LowAvg. RainfallAvg. Sunlight
January36°F (2°C)28°F (-2°C)4 inches5 hours
February36°F (2°C)28°F (-2°C)4.3 inches8 hours
March38°F (3°C)30°F (-1°C)3.7 inches12 hours
April43°F (6°C)34°F (1°C)2.9 inches16 hours
May48°F (9°C)40°F (4°C)2.3 inches18 hours
June54°F (12°C)46°F (8°C)2.1 inches21 hours
July57°F (14°C)49°F (9°C)2.7 inches19 hours
August55°F (13°C)47°F (8°C)3.5 inches16 hours
September50°F (10°C)42°F (6°C)4.6 inches13 hours
October44°F (7°C)36°F (2°C)4.5 inches9 hours
November39°F (4°C)30°F (-1°C)4.2 inches6 hours
December36°F (2°C)29°F (-2°C)4.1 inches4 hours

Please remember, that weather in Iceland changes rapidly and you cannot count on long-term forecasts. Two most reliable sources of the weather forecast: https://www.vedur.is/ and https://www.yr.no/

How about the daylight? Is it completely dark in winter?

Fortunately not, even on the shortest days of the year, there are several hours of daylight every day – between 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM. If you wish to check a specific time of a year we recommend to use https://www.timeanddate.com/sun/iceland/reykjavik

Is it obligatory to have child seats/boosters?

Yes, it is requested by Icelandic law to have child seats/boosters. Some families are already traveling on their own, but if you would like us to provide child seats and/or boosters on the tour, please send us an e-mail at info@topicelandtours.com

What about food on tours?

We arrange refreshment stops at cafés or restaurants on every day tour, where you can purchase your lunch and snacks. Therefore, you do not need to bring your food for the tours, however, if you prefer to bring some snacks or drinks, that is accepted. Please note that food is not included in the price of the tour.

Can I get vegetarian meals on tours?

Nearly all restaurants in Iceland offer some vegetarian food. There is no problem with purchasing vegetarian meals on tours.

How many bathroom stops are on the tours?

The bathrooms are available at visitor centers at many stops on popular routes such as Golden Circle and South Coast. Some bathroom stops are available on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula tour. Your driver-guide will inform you about available places for bathroom stops on the route.

How about tipping in Iceland?

Tipping in Iceland is not required but always appreciated.

Can we cancel or change our reservation? What are the cancellation fees?

Cancellation policy for multiday tours and accommodations:

All cancellations should be made in writing and be notified as soon as possible.

  • For changes made 15 days or more before arrival date: 20% cancellation fee
  • For changes made 14-8 days before arrival date: 50% cancellation fee
  • For changes made 7-4 days before arrival date: 75% cancellation fee
  • For changes made 3 days or less before arrival date: 100% cancellation fee

Please note: Activities (Optional Extras) are individual products provided by other local operators that can have different cancellation policies. For full information about cancellation policies please check the page Terms & Conditions.

What is the refund policy?

Refunds of tours canceled before departure by Top Iceland Tours:

When the tour is prepaid, a full refund will be issued in case a customer does not wish an alternative date of the tour or an alternative tour. When a tour is purchased through a third party (tourist office/booking agency or a hotel), please take your voucher back to the third party and they will issue the full refund after reconfirming with Top Iceland Tours that the tour was canceled.

Refunds of delayed, altered, or shortened tours after the departure:

When a tour is delayed due to weather, unsafe travel conditions, or unforeseen circumstances, no refunds are provided if the tour still operates. When the tour is altered or shortened after the departure due to weather, any unsafe travel conditions, or unforeseen circumstances, a partial refund is provided. The percentage of the refund is calculated according to how much of the initial itinerary has been completed.

Cancellations or change of multiday tours and accommodations by customers:

All cancellations should be made in writing and be notified as soon as possible.

  • For changes made 15 days or more before arrival date: 20% cancellation fee
  • For changes made 14-8 days before arrival date: 50% cancellation fee
  • For changes made 7-4 days before arrival date: 75% cancellation fee
  • For changes made 3 days or less before arrival date: 100% cancellation fee

This cancellation policy may apply also when booked through a third party.

No Show

When passengers are not present at the pickup place at the appointed time, we try to contact the lead traveler through the hotel staff or by phone. If we can’t contact the lead traveler, and there are no passengers are shown during an hour, this is considered as “No Show” and no refund will be made.

Adventure Around Iceland. 8-Day Private Tour

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