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Tailor made Iceland holidays with the leading specialists

Iceland Holidays

Imagine driving through a land where volcanoes loom above vast icecaps or hiking through moss-clad lava fields to a waterfall crashing over 100m-tall cliffs. Imagine a coastline where black-sand beaches stretch as far as the eye can see, or where colourful fishing villages lie scattered like confetti through majestic fjords. Iceland's natural wonders and vibrant culture can be explored year round – from summer under the midnight sun to winter in the glow of the northern lights.

The world's leading operator to the Land of Fire and Ice, we've been creating Iceland holidays for 40 years. You won't find a more comprehensive or exciting collection of holidays to Iceland available anywhere.

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Iceland Trip Types and Experiences

Browse our Iceland holidays, which can be tailor-made to suit your interests, time-frame and budget. Whether you prefer escorted small-group tours or free-roaming self-drives, northern lights holidays, city breaks or summer hiking adventures, make sure your next holiday is with the specialists.

Planning a trip to Iceland

Just over 3 hours from the UK, this north Atlantic island has a unique charm and a cultural identity like no other. Travel during the summer months and the midnight sun gives rise to long days ripe for adventure. On a self-drive holiday choose winding coastal routes, easy-going circuits linking popular highlights or spectacular 4WD routes in the interior. Join a small-group escorted tour with an exceptional guide or stride out on a walking holiday through breathtaking scenery.

Visit in the winter months and our northern lights holidays offer the electrifying prospect of the seeing the aurora borealis as well as the opportunity to hike on glaciers, go snowmobiling or take an adrenaline-filled Superjeep ride off the beaten track. A winter self-drive is surprisingly accessible and of course, it’s less busy than summer, so you might well find a natural wonder all to yourself. Meanwhile, our small-group escorted tours take you in search of everything from orcas to ice caves.

Our Iceland holiday packages on this website are just a starting point. Our Travel Specialists can tailor-make your trip to Iceland to suit your individual requirements. Booking flights, car hire, accommodation and a range of activities including the Blue Lagoon. Get in touch with our team on 01737 214 250 to start planning or fill in our enquiry form.

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Northern lights Holidays

We’ve been specialising in northern lights holidays to Iceland for four decades and know a thing or two about how to catch sight of this celestial phenomenon

Visible from late August through to mid-April, that’s eight months of opportunity for planning your Iceland holiday. We can tailor make a trip to see the northern lights or you can choose from one of our tried and tested holiday packages.

Stay in a countryside accommodation for optimum northern lights viewing perhaps combining with a city break. Our holidays are all about putting yourself in the best location to see the northern lights should they appear as well as enjoying exceptional experiences.

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Where to go in Iceland

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Reykjavik

As the world's most northerly capital, Reykjavik never fails to delight, at any time of year. Blending Nordic heritage with modern, and distinctly unique style, this vibrant city can be reached in less than 3 hours from the UK.

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South West Iceland

Easily accessible from the airport, this is the most visited region of Iceland. There is so much stunning scenery to explore, including the sights on the famed Golden Circle route and impressive waterfalls and glaciers.

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South East Iceland

Also known as the ‘beautiful south’ – this region is dominated by the vast Vatnajokull icecap and many a glacier spilling out over the land.

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East Fjords

A mesmerising mix of mountains, fjords and hidden waterfalls, the East Fjords are scattered with idyllic fishing villages, while routes north and south connect you easily to Icelandic icons.

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North Iceland

A region of diverse and incredible natural beauty, the north of Iceland boasts thundering waterfalls, dramatic canyons, scenic fjords, rivers, lakes and striking volcanic features.

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West Fjords

This is the oldest and wildest region – remote and stunningly beautiful with countless fjords, precipitous mountains, amazing coastal roads and hidden gems.

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Snaefellsnes and the West

Snaefellsnes and West Iceland is the region beloved of artists, musicians, writers and anyone seeking Viking history and inspiration from nature at its most magical.

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The Highlands

A vast and fascinating area, isolated, raw and rugged - once visited, never forgotten. Feel humbled by lofty scenery and nature's awesome talent. A 4WD, high clearance vehicle is an absolute must or explore on foot.

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When to Go to Iceland

Despite its name and close proximity to the Arctic Circle, Iceland is not a frozen frontier perpetually locked in ice – a branch of the Gulf Stream brushes its southern and western coasts bringing mild Atlantic air across the country. This not only moderates the climate, but can also create changeable weather. You really can experience all four seasons in one day!

Iceland is a year-round destination, punctuated by two heavenly highlights: the midnight sun in summer and the northern lights in winter. But every season has its special appeal.

Iceland makes a brilliant location for a winter break. Spend a weekend away based in the secluded countryside, perfect for northern lights hunting at night and exploring the sights by day.

Spend your summer exploring under Iceland’s midnight sun. Travel one of the world’s classic drives, Route 1 – an irresistible loop around the Land of Fire and Ice with our Around Iceland holiday.

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Things To Do on Iceland Holidays

With spectacular volcanic landscapes, a plethora of waterfalls and adventure around every corner, you should experience Iceland at least once in your lifetime. We’ve been travelling to this striking island for 40 years and every trip brings something new!

Get off the beaten track and lose count of waterfalls, geysers, fjords and volcanoes. Encounter orca, humpback, blue whales and more in Europe’s whale-watching capital. Discover a natural playground perfect for hiking and adventures for all the family.

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