Iceland Through Ring Road - 10 Days


Day 1

The Flybus shuttle brings you from Keflavík International Airport to Reykjavík where you spend the first night in Iceland. We provide ideas on how to explore Iceland’s capital on your own. Overnight at Reykjavik.

Day 2
REYKJAVIK - Golden circle (290 KMS)

The Geothermal Energy Exhibition:-The Hellisheiði Power Station is the third-largest geothermal power station in the world.
Kerio:- Kerið is a volcanic crater lake located in the Grímsnes area in south Iceland, along the Golden Circle.
Friðheimar greenhouse cultivation:- Gain a unique insight into the processes of greenhouse horticulture and the use of geothermal heating in Icelandic horticulture with a visit to Friðheimarurn” spouts up to 25 meters (70 feet) every five to ten minutes.
Faxi Waterfall located on the Tungufljót river.
Geysir:- the highly active Geysir Hot Spring Area with boiling mud pits.
Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) is an iconic waterfall of Iceland offering a spectacular view of the forces and beauty of untouched nature.
Þingvellir National Park:- The park sits in a rift valley caused by the separation of 2 tectonic plates, with rocky cliffs and fissures like the huge Almannagjá fault. Overnight at Reykjavik.

Day 3
REYKJAVIK TO BORGARNES (10 hours/150 Kms)( Snowmobile is Included )

GLYMUR:- Glymur is Iceland’s second-tallest waterfall and the tallest one that is easily accessible by foot.
DEILDARTUNGUHVER HOT SPRING:- Deildartunguhver is a hot spring in Reykholtsdalur, Iceland. It is characterized by a very high flow rate for a hot spring and water emerges at 97 °C. It is the highest-flow hot spring in Europe.
HRAUNFOSSAR LAVA FALLS:- Hraunfossar in Borgarfjörður district is a series of beautiful waterfalls formed by rivulets streaming out of the Hallmundarhraun lava field.
Glacier Ice Cave & Snowmobile:- A Glacier Ice Cave and Snowmobile Tour in the outskirts of Langjökull, the second-largest glacier in Iceland. Come with us on an adventure and take a look inside the Glacier.

Day 4

AKUREYRI WHALE WATCHING Here is your chance to see the incredible Eyjafjord  Humpbacksin  their natural habitat. Overnight at Akureyri or Husavik Area.

Day 5

WATERFALL GOÐAFOSS waterfall is located in the river Skjálfandafljót in north Iceland, the fourth largest river in Iceland. It is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the country, falling from a height of 12 metres (39 feet) over a width of 30 metres (98 feet).
LEIRHNJUKUR (‘Mud Peak’) is a 525 m high active volcano, located to the northeast of Lake Myvatn in North Iceland. Its last eruption was from 1975 to 1984. It is one of the country’s most explosive volcanoes, having gone off approximately 29 times since the country was first settled.

GRJÓTAGJÁ CAVE is a small lava cave located near lake Mývatn in north Iceland, famous for featuring a beautiful geothermal hot spring in its depths. HBO’s Game of Thrones even shot one of the season’s most iconic scenes here.
NÁMAFJALL GEOTHERMAL AREA The Námafjall Geothermal Area is located on the east side of Lake Mývatn. In this area, also known as Hverir, you will see many smoking fumaroles and boiling mud pots, surrounded by sulphur crystals of many different colours.

THE MÝVATN NATURE BATHS are a set of geothermally heated pools and steam baths found in the Lake Mývatn area. They are about two kilometres east of the village of Reykjahlíð, and a fantastic example of Iceland’s hot spring culture. Overnight at Myvatn or Husavik Area.

Day 6

DETTIFOSS, there is the most powerful waterfall in Europe. 100 metres (328 feet) wide and 44 metres (144 feet) tall.
EGILSSTADIR GUFUFOSS looked to us like the largest and most striking waterfall in the Seyðisfjörður area. The falls plunged with a rectangular shape and power that made it difficult to even get close to its misty base.
HENDIFOSS WATERFALL  is located next to Lagarfljót  Lake and faces Hallormsstaðarskógur forest, It  is a beautiful waterfall, 128 meters  high, making it the2nd the highest  waterfall in Iceland.

Day 7

VESTRAHORN is a photographer’s paradise. Come here to photograph the dramatic landscape. A very beautiful unspoiled natural site. The shore features stunning lava dunes that are constantly being shaped by the natural forces of water and wind.

JoULSÁRLÓN THE GLACIER LAGOON flows through a short waterway into the Atlantic Ocean, leaving chunks of ice on a black sand beach. In winter, the fish-filled lagoon hosts hundreds of seals.

THE DIAMOND BEACH is a strip of black sand. Here, the icebergs which  fill Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon wash up on shore, standing dazzling and defiant in stark contrast to the black sand beach.
SVÍNAFELLSJÖKULL is part of the Skaftafell Nature Reserve, a place of popularity amongst hikers, photographers, and those with a passion for raw natural beauty. Overnight at Skaftafell.

Day 8

VIK REYNISFJARA BLACK SAND BEACH Reynisfjara is a world-famous black-sand beach found on the South Coast of Iceland. In 1991, National Geographic voted Reynisfjara as one of the Top 10 non-tropical beaches to visit on the planet.

HALSANEFSHELLIR CAVE Hálsanefshellir Cave in the Reynisfjara Beach is one of the prime attractions of the world-famous black sand beach.

SOLHEIMAJOKULL GLACIER: – It is one of the most easily accessible glaciers. Sólheimajökull has several distinctive traits that separate it from other glaciers. Firstly, it is incredibly easy to find, laying just off of the Ring Road that encircles Iceland. DC PLANE ON SÓLHEIMASANDUR: – The Sólheimasandur plane wreckage is a famous site in Iceland where a plane crashed in November 1973.

SKÓGAFOSS WATERFALL: – Skógafoss is one of Iceland’s biggest and most beautiful waterfalls with an astounding width of 25 meters (82 feet) and a drop of 60 meters (197 feet). Due to the amount of spray the cascade produces, at least one rainbow is present any time the sun emerges from behind the clouds.
GLJÚFRABÚI(or Canyon Dweller) is a beautiful waterfall located at Hamragarðar in South Iceland, close to its better-known counterpart, Seljalandsfoss waterfall. It is one of the hidden gems of the South Coast, and thus a great spot for photographers and those seeking to admire nature in peace. Overnight at Hvolsvollur/Vik/Selfoss Area.

Day 9

THE LAVA CENTRE is an interactive, high-tech educational exhibition depicting volcanic activity, earthquakes and the creation of Iceland over millions of years.

BLUE LAGOON Iceland’s famous Blue Lagoon on a full-day trip. Relax in the warm waters of this natural geothermal pool, and enjoy upgrades like spa treatments, water massages and private baths (own expense). Experience one of Iceland’s natural wonders, surrounded by snowy mountains and otherworldly lava fields. Overnight at Reykjavik.

Day 10

Transfer to airport for your flight to India.


  • One time visa charges
  • Overseas Medical Insurance
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeings as mentioned

Does Not Include

  • Air fare
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned
Fast Facts

-Full Name: Iceland
-Capital City : Reykjavík
-Time Zone : same GMT & -5. Hours 30 Minutes ISD
-Language Icelandic, English is widely spoken.
-Religion: Christianity.
-Currency: Icelandic króna
-ROE: 1 USD approximately makes 123 ISK . & 1.71 ISK makes approximately .1 INR
-Electricity: 230 Volts
-Climate: The climate of Iceland is subarctic (Köppen climate classification: Cfc) near the southern coastal area and tundra inland in the highlands. The island lies in the path of the North Atlantic Current, which makes its climate more temperate than would be expected for its latitude just south of the Arctic Circle.
-Shopping Fisherman’s Sweater, Reindeer Belts. …Outdoor Gear. …Beauty and Skincare. …Liquor. …Licorice. …. …
-ISD Code : +354
-Airport : Reykjavík Airport
-Indian Restaurants:
Gandhi Indian Restaurant -Pósthússtræti 17, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Hraðlestin: Hverfisgata 64a, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Austur-Indíafélagið: Hverfisgata 56, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

General Information:

-A majority of Icelanders believe in elves.
-There is a volcanic eruption every 4 years on average.
-There are no forests in Iceland.
-Beer remained illegal in Iceland until 1989.
-The Icelandic language remains unchanged from ancient Norse. That means 1,000-year-old texts are still easily read.
-Babies in Iceland are routinely left outside to nap.
-There are no surnames or family names in Iceland – Icelanders use the traditional Nordic naming system, which includes the last name that is comprised of their father’s (or mother’s) first name with the addition of -dóttir (-daughter) or -son.
-60% of the Icelandic population lives in Reykjavík
-Iceland had the first democratically elected female and openly gay Prime Ministers.
there aren’t any McDonald’s Restaurants anywhere in Iceland.
-Roughly 85 percent of Iceland’s energy is from renewable resources, and well over half of that is geothermal alone.
-Iceland was one of the last places on earth to be settled by humans


– Indian National requires a Schengen visa to travel to Iceland. Indian citizens need to apply for a Schengen visa.. Visa is issued by the consulate of Denmark located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking is required
-Travel Insurance is mandatory for visa
-Plan in advance as hotel options are not much & during summers hotels run full.
-Iceland is expensive, not budget-friendly.
-Book your activities in advance, as activities sell out. Especially at places like the Blue Lagoon. Even ferries can book up weeks in advance.
-You can use a credit card for nearly everything
-Tipping is not required but appreciated.
-Obey the law. You won’t see many police cars but there are traffic cameras so watch out
-Bring waterproof pants and a raincoat for visiting waterfalls or you will get soaked! And don’t forget flip-flops if you are going to the Blue Lagoon!
-Check directions. Don’t rely entirely on Google Maps. Chances are it will send you on the most direct route, which may include roads that are closed due to snow (even in the summer.) If you are meeting a tour operator, ask them for the best route.
-Be careful. When visiting the black sand beaches, stay away from the water’s edge, especially if you turn your back to the water. They tend to get rouge waves and strong undercurrents that can take people unaware and pull them out to sea.

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Iceland Through Ring Road