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The majestic Gullfoss waterfall
Photo: Tessa Anthony

The majestic Gullfoss waterfall

Strokkur hotspring geyser

Strokkur hotspring geyser

Warm relaxing pools
Photo: Fontana Spa

Warm relaxing pools

Hot tubs and clean air
Photo: Fontana Spa

Hot tubs and clean air

Home made ice cream
Photo: Guðný Hilmarsdóttir

Home made ice cream

At Efstidalur farm
Photo: Jan Zelina

At Efstidalur farm

Ice cream for everyone
Photo: Guðný Hilmarsdóttir

Ice cream for everyone

Home made ice cream
Photo: Jan Zelina

Home made ice cream

Fresh bread at Friðheimar greenhouse
Photo: Guðný Hilmarsdóttir

Fresh bread at Friðheimar greenhouse

Nothern lights above Hveragerði village
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Nothern lights above Hveragerði village

Enjoying the northern lights
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Enjoying the northern lights

The northern ligths are magical
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

The northern ligths are magical

Northern lights dancing in the sky
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

Northern lights dancing in the sky

By the ocean looking at the northern lights
Photo: Björgvin Hilmarsson

By the ocean looking at the northern lights

The chefs at Lindin restaurant
Photo: Jan Zelina

The chefs at Lindin restaurant

Steak served at Lindin restaurant
Photo: Tessa Anthony

Steak served at Lindin restaurant

Probably the best dessert in the world
Photo: Jan Zelina

Probably the best dessert in the world

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Þingvellir-Gullfoss-Geysir, Relaxing Nature Bath, Dinner and Northern Lights!

It was a marvelous tour, full of natural and culinary wonders. Our tour guide was friendly, informative, caring and fun.

- Jeanne, USA -

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Adult: 37900

Departures: Every day at 12pm from September 1st to April 15th

Duration: 10 - 11 Hours total, 1-2 hours activity

Pick up: 11:30 - 11:50am from hotels, hostels or guesthouses in Reykjavik.

We provide: Transport (mini bus), guiding service, local tastes of Friðheimar (lunch) and Efstidalur, today’s special (dinner) and chocolate mousse dessert at Lindin Restaurant, entrance and towel at Laugarvatn Fontana spa.

Note: Bring warm clothing, rain gear, good shoes, and swim suit. Drinks are not included

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    Traditional tastes at local farms and restaurants, spa trips, and magical nights!

    On our popular carbon neutral day tour from Reykjavík, we combine the famous Golden Circle route with stops at local farms for some traditional tastes, a visit to a local spa, and a chance to see the Northern Lights. Heading out of Reykjavík, we set our course through Þingvellir to the local greenhouse, Friðheimar. There, we get a taste of their delicious (home grown) tomato soup and freshly baked bread for lunch. Next, we visit the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall and the great Geyser geothermal area where the reliable Strokkur geyser spouts hot water up to 30 m. After enjoying these jewels of Icelandic nature, we turn our attention back to the taste buds with a visit to the farm Efstidalur. There, we get a few samples of their local products such as farm-produced Skyr and delicious ice cream. Then it´s time for some relaxation at the geothermal spa Fontana, followed by a 2 course dinner at the local restaurant Lindin. After a nice meal, we head out to explore the mysterious nights of Iceland where we go and search for the magical Northern Lights. 

    Carbon Neutral Tour

    We use a carbon calculator to determine how many trees we need to plant for each tour. On average, the consumption of a vehicle on this tour is 36 liters. To offset the carbon produced by our cars, we plant at least one tree for each trip. Learn more about how we are helping to protect Icelandic nature.

    Read Jason's fun filled day tour packed with some of Iceland's famous sights and a succesful Northern Lights hunt!

    Price for children (10-15 years): 26.900 ISK

    Method of transport: This tour is operated on a mini bus, driven by one of our expert guides for a small group experience and a deeper insight into the Icelandic nature, geology, and culture. 

    *Please note that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, therefore sightings cannot be guaranteed. 

    *Some dishes include meat, fish and dairy.

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