Get a luxury travel tour to the Land of Fire & Ice

Perfection matters to some. Especially those who wish to travel across Iceland lavishly and see things exactly how they wish to. Luxury travel Iceland offers an all-inclusive private journey through the bubbling terrain keeping in mind all the details and making the trip an unforgettable one for you.

Luxury travelers expect the best out of their holiday experience. They wish to locate the most magnificent attractions at times when the crowd is least. They are also very particular about accommodation, tour timetable, and vehicle availability. Iceland luxury tours are similarly perfectly suitable for people who know what they want and do not want it any other way! Luxury travel Iceland includes an extensive range of products and services in Iceland. Comprising stunning five-star resorts and spa hotels, breath-taking lodges and the most luxurious modes of transport available for people who do not want to give up even one bit on their trip.
Iceland is a land with many fascinating natural attractions, fine dining restaurants and multiple ways of transportation to and from your accommodation. 

Why you should go for luxury travel Iceland?

Iceland luxury tours are dedicated to giving you another worldly experience of the country’s most thrilling activities – i.e. snowmobiling, scuba diving, helicopter sightseeing, going inside a volcano, hiking, etc. These activities are performed under proper guidance and direction of certified guides.

Luxury travel Iceland aims to work closely with you and offer a seamless travel experience. They will exquisitely curate your travel timetable according to your preferences so that you make out the most of every moment.

What’s on your bucket list after this coronavirus phase? Are you missing a trip to Iceland? Iceland is one of the stunning countries you can’t miss traveling. The amazing North is one of the best places to visit; Northern lights are really beautiful to experience. When planning a trip to the North, don’t forget the Iceland luxury tours that we offer. We bet that the memories made with us will last forever. It is worth visiting the country. Southern Part of Iceland gives you the all-time best experience with the country’s diversity, hot springs, splendid waterfalls, and black sand beaches. Eastern Iceland, this part of Iceland is a home for wild reindeer and you can also get a chance to see them. The west of Iceland comprises of glaciers, volcanoes with the highest waterfall. Iceland is the home of a much-known historian poet, Snorri Sturluson. 

Every part of the country has some of the other unique and stunning places to visit. No doubt your visit to this country is said as luxury travel Iceland as every place here is marvelous and worth giving time. The capital city of Reykjavik is so small yet awesome; you can easily park your car in one place and navigate this small town on foot. Reykjavik is a small city full of cafes, shopping centers, bars, and hotels, etc. If you walk near to the ocean, you will find an attractive Oceanside alleyway providing remarkable sights of Mount Esja. All this can be true because of the Iceland luxury tours.  The nightlife of Reykjavik is worth enough to experience, an epic view of this small town includes the cafes opened till 5 am. The place is also home to several art museums, even the tallest structure in the whole country is situated in this town. Hallgrimskirkja Church is the largest church in Iceland. Visit the town to experience some colorful side of the city. Due to some of these places in Iceland we can address a trip here as luxury travel Iceland. 


One of Iceland luxury tours provided by us is Mission Blue Ice | South Coast Ice Cave & Jökulsárlón | 3 Day Tour. The tour is called luxurious as we also give you an experience of modified 4×4 Super Jeep or luxury SUV/MINIBUS. We also have recommendations for various hotels for anyone with low to high budget.  You get a chance to experience Ice Caving from Nov to Mar and Walk on Ice from Apr to Oct. 


Highlights of our Iceland luxury tours:

  • Seljalandsfoss Waterfall
  • Skógarfoss Waterfall
  • Skaftafell – Vatnajökull National Park
  • Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
  • Diamond Beach
  • Ice Cave visit with a certified guide
  • Reynisfjara black sand beach
  • Reynisdrangar Basalt Columns
  • Eyjafjallajökull Volcano glacier view
  • Mýrdalsjökull Katla glacier view

Most unbelievable Iceland luxury tours are:


It is one of the best-selling tours offered by Discover Iceland’s luxury tours. On this tour, we have amazing places like waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers up close and personal, and the black-sand beach to visit. Then the most adventurous activity awaits your presence, we use the benefit of our amazing 4×4 super jeep and go off-roading on the way to Thorsmork Valley. We adjust ourselves to your convenience thus making your trip as a luxury travel Iceland. 

 Well not to ignore the most popular aspect of Iceland that Iceland is known as the land of Fire and Ice with the ‘Fire’, of course, meaning its volcanoes. While these volcanoes are not in a persistent state of an outbreak (the last one finishing at Bárðarbunga in 2015) and no doubt where you go, you will see the effects volcanic action has had on the country. With the help of Iceland luxury tours, you get full knowledge about the visit to the place with comfortable traveling and staying. Travel services provided by us depend on what you want.  The volcanic craters freeze in the winters thus the temperature is very low. This is the best time to visit Northern lights. Northern lights is a really beautiful phenomenon where you get to experience delightful dancing green-colored lights due to strong solar activity in the clear skies. The Northern Lights in Iceland can be appreciated whenever the sky is dark. Iceland has always been a beauty and you must take a feel of luxury travel Iceland. 

So as to sum up, Iceland luxury tours have proven valuable and enjoyable for visitors to Iceland. The dedicated services provided by us to our visitors is totally worth and gives you an incredible life experience. We will contribute to your happy memories that won’t last short. Be ready to explore luxury travel in Iceland with us. 


  • Mývatn Area


Located in the north of Iceland, it is possible to do a day tour from Reykjavik using a personal aircraft or helicopter. It is impossible for anyone to see everything in the Mývatn Area so sometimes tourists choose to stay overnight at the destination and enjoy its vibe.
Some of the main highlights of the Mývatn area:

  • Not far from Krafla Volcano lies a shallow eutrophic lake known as Lake Myvatn.
  • According to history, a law speaker through his statues of Norse gods into the waterfall and this is how Christianity became the official religion of Iceland. This popular volcano is known as Goðafoss waterfall and its existence is crucial as an Icelandic destination.
  • Dimmuborgir – meaning of this word translates to ‘dark cities’. This area comprises a massive collapsed lava tube formed due to the existence of a lava lake. It is one of the most visited destinations in Iceland since its volcanic caves and rock formations are well worth seeing. The Myvatn area consists of a hundred-meter-wide and forty-five-meter-deep water flow of 193-meter cube per second known as the famous Dettifoss waterfall. Its enormous size makes it the most powerful waterfall all over Europe.


  • Snæfellsnes Peninsula


This luxury tour Iceland is a bird’s paradise with sandy beaches on one hand and mountains on the other; along with Snæfellsjökull glacier looking right over from the top.
This luxury travel Iceland offers a private tour and a luxury vehicle. Some of its highlights are:

  • Snaefellsjokull glacier lies atop an extinguished volcano and offers a magnificent sight at the end of the Peninsula beneath the breathtaking North Atlantic sky.
  • Gerðuberg is a wall depicting magnificent basalt columns and unbelievable geometric patterns in the cliff.
  • Hellnar is an area famous for its birdlife and rugged shore cliffs. It is full of caves, volcanic craters, and awesome lava formations
  • Djúpalónssandur is a sandy beach at the foot of Snæfellsjökull. It was one of the most prominent fishing villages at Snaefellsnes Peninsula but now it is uninhabited.


  • Skaftafell and Jökulsárlón Lagoon


Skaftafell is the largest national park in Iceland and offers unbelievable wildlife and scenery, whereas Jokulsarlon is a very huge lagoon with floating icebergs. Skaftafell and Jokulsarlon will aim to make themselves the highlight of your trip. Only someone brave can take a boat trip to get close to the icebergs and it is best to opt for a luxury day tour Iceland while you’re planning a trip on the south side. Some of its highlights are:

  • Skaftafell is full of vibrant and contrasting sceneries. Glacial tongues visible from Skaftafell are flanked by jacked mountains with Hvannadalshnjúkur rising to 6921 feet standing out as the highest peak of Iceland.
  • Svínafellsjökull Glacier offers a short hiking tour for you to view the stunning glacier crawl down a valley from the main Vatnajokull glacier.
  • Jökulsárlón Lagoon is a glacial lagoon that consists of floating icebergs. Recently it is known to be the deepest lake in Iceland. It is considered as one of the most ravishing natural wonders of Iceland.
  • Skeiðará River comprises the longest bridge in Iceland running over Skeiðará. Due to melting glaciers, floods are caused from time to time in the area due to which the bridge has been damaged several times but still is a cherished tourist destination in Iceland.


  • Reykjanes Peninsula


Located at the southwestern end of Iceland, near Reykjavik, Reykjanesskagi is a peninsula marked by active volcanism under its surface and large lava fields. Reykjanesskagi Peninsula can be visited numerous times during the hot and sulfur springs and also it is the location for the well-known blue lagoon which you can enjoy at the end of your luxury travel Iceland. Some of its highlights are:

  • Kleifarvatn Lake: Since 2008, the river has regained its previous surface level which began to diminish due to a big earthquake in 2000.
  • Selsun Geothermal Area has vibrant colored soil in green, yellow and red colors. Since the area gets sulfuric water and gases, colorful deposits have formed around it.
  • Krysuvikurbjarg cliff is a cliff in the Reykjanes Peninsula from where you can oversee the North Atlantic Ocean break right on the cliff. This spot is famous for its beauty and active birdlife.
  • Blue Lagoon: You will witness waters in the blue lagoon rich in minerals that are believed to have healing powers for your skin. The Blue Lagoon is a must-experience destination if you pick a luxury tour Iceland as it will offer an experience for a lifetime.
  • Golden Circle


Luxury travel Iceland offers a private tour with a luxury vehicle around one of Iceland’s main attractions, the Golden Circle. Through the root, you will experience powerful geysers, breathtaking landscapes, and many magnificent waterfalls. You can also visit the volcanic crater, Kerid on the way. Some of its highlights include:

  • Thingvellir National Park offers an unforgettable geological experience based on its location on the top of two tectonic plates that are gradually moving away from each other. It is one of the listed UNESCO’s world heritage sites. 
  • The Golden Circle is home to several hot, spouting geyser areas. The most energetic one is Strokkur which spouts to a height of 40m every few minutes. Although, the most popular one is the Great Geysir.
  • Gullfoss Waterfall is one of Iceland’s most magnetic tourist destinations. The water of Gullfoss comes from the second-largest glacier in Iceland: Langjokull glacier and the waterfall plummets down 32 meters in two stages directly to the canyon below.
  • Kerid is located in Grimsness and is a crater lake 170 meters wide and 270 meters across. This volcanic crater can be incorporated in your Iceland luxury tour in case you want to experience it individually.

The unseen beauty of Iceland: Stuðlagil Canyon in East of Iceland

This is not so popular place that is visited by the tourists in Iceland, but this place is no less wonderful than the other places. The place is not so easily accessible, therefore left unexplored by many who come on Iceland Tour. This splendid Jökuldalur valley is located in the East part of Iceland. The hidden Stuðlagil Canyon surrounded with the Basalt columns in the Jökuldalur valley is the most amazing place to see whenever you come again to Iceland if you have missed. It’s totally worth your time to stop by at the valley and get mesmerized by the untouched beauty. Earlier it was basically a sheep farm, known as the best farms found in the country. The Jökla glacial river comes from the highlands and flows down in this impressive valley from the last hundred years.

Why this Stuðlagil Canyon is not so popular?

This exceptionally beautiful Jökuldalur valley has not been visited by many yet. It certainly is an unseen gem in eastern Iceland. The most possible reason behind this can be the strong glacial river Jökla, which is about 150 km long and considered as one of the largest and powerful glacial rivers in Iceland. The river was very difficult to cross as it was too dangerous to go near it. When we think of Iceland, we think of the Blue Lagoon of Grindavík or the Maelifell Volcano or maybe the Landmannalaugar National Park; but we always tend to miss out on many hidden gems of this beautiful country. And one of the lesser known places, in the land of fire and ice, is the breathtakingly beautiful Stuðlagil canyon of eastern Iceland. Its lack of popularity is, however, not quite surprising. As most of the tourist just drive past it to get to the more explored — north and south. Yes, it is not very easy to get to. But, if exploring untapped corners of the world is what you are looking for, then this might be the perfect place for you.


Why visit?

Stuðlagil is one of the largest collections of basalt columns that Iceland has in its wide treasury of natural wonders. Climbing the mighty columns is a hell of an adventure. But the real peace is in staring the uniquely blue river and wondering at the sheer beauty of nature. The mere sight of the river cutting through the vast basalt columns will make you realise what heaven might be like. You can easily spend about 2 to 3 hours here, climbing up the rocks or simply sitting beside the flowing river. Stuðlagil Canyon is a good example of what the country of Iceland holds for the one who dares to choose the less travelled path and tries to explore something new.

How to visit Stuðlagil Canyon?

One of the reasons for it being less popular among tourist is its accessibility. There are no signs as well as no trail to or down the canyon. But with the help of GPS and asking people for directions at regular intervals, can surely make it less of a trouble. For reaching the location, you need to drive to the farm Grund. For that, you need to make a turn towards south on ring road no. 1 by Skjödólfsstaðir to road no. 923, then you drive to the farm Grund, that is about 19 kilometres. Here, a parking lot and a path to the riverbank will be seen along with a narrow track to the bottom of the river. From here the destination is only at about a five-minute walk. Remember to be aware of your surroundings at all times, as you would be walking on a steep slope; and also, to enjoy the amazing view along the side.

How about taking a hike?

If you are someone who is looking for a place to hike in eastern Iceland, then I doubt, that there could possibly be any other place better than Stuðlagil Canyon. It is a 4 km walk to the canyon. You can get there via Egilsstaðir. Just drive along the 14 km long Jökuldalsvegur road. There you will find a farm called Klaustursel, beside which you will see a sign on the left. On following the sign, you will soon see a parking spot. Also, further up the road, you will see a white bridge that is only good for people; so, it is better that you park your vehicles in the parking area and hike through the bridge. After a 1.5-2 km walk, you will see Stuðlafoss — a spectacular basalt waterfall. Take a right turn when you reach the end and march down to a bridge. Then turn right and go along a less-trodden path. Finally, you will see the beautiful site of the canyon. Again, remember to be cautious. The path would be slippery along with the edgy rocks. So, don’t let yourself be hurt and spoil your great time. Cherish the eye-catching view of the picturesque Stuðlagil Canyon, and have some great stories to tell to your friends.

5 Must-Visit Places in West Iceland Tour

There are lots of places to see and things to do in West Iceland tour. This is a huge area characterized by falls, fjords, lava fields, glaciers and many more. West Iceland also has historical significance as this is the place where many sagas and events took place. This Viking country is truly bliss for all the travel lovers, as it has so much to offer from sight-seeing places to adventurous activities. The places are not so popular ones, but they really are worth visiting. It would be great fun to explore the places in your West Iceland tour, it certainly is the best choice for spending your vacation in this summer. Below are the lists of a few places where you should go during your visit to Iceland:

1. The second highest waterfall in Iceland – Glymur Waterfall

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Glymur waterfall used to be the highest waterfall in Iceland, but now Morsárjökull becomes the highest one in 2011. It is 650 ft tall from the sea level, located in the fjords of Hvalfjörður. You can reach the top of the fall by hiking; it would be fun. In winters, it is covered with snow all over, so it becomes a little difficult to hike above there. You can clearly see the starting mark of the Glymur hiking trail and would be joined by few more people. You must carry hiking boots and some warm clothes when going for hiking this trail. This would be the highlight of your West Iceland tour.

2. The most photographed Mountain – Kirkjufell Mountain

Kirkjufell Volcano Mountain with waterfalls, Iceland winter landscape

Yes, you heard it right, Kirkjufell mountain in west Iceland is the most photographed mountain in the world. It is 463m high mountain on the Snæfellsnes peninsula. The narrow structure of the mountain makes it totally unique and wonderful. No wonder it is listed among one of the ten beautiful mountains in the mountain and you will find the same upon visiting it. The mountain is formed with different types of lava and sedimentary rocks. It is one of the steepest mountains in Iceland and was featured as ‘Arrowhead Mountain’ in the famous HBO series ‘Game of Thrones’. It really is the best view to have in the West Iceland tour.

Read about top places to visit in Iceland in the summer months.

3. The most powerful hot spring in Europe – Deildartunguhver

Deildatunguhver is located in west of Iceland

Deildartunguhver is located in the Reykholt village in West Iceland. The hot boiling water here flows with a rate of 180 liters per second. The water of this hot spring has been used for household chores for centuries, now it has been used for keeping the houses warm through geothermal energy. The water is warm within a radius of 60 km if you plan to take bathe here. The view is quite picturesque and you can feel the drizzle of the hot stream when going little close to the spring. It will completely be a worthy experience to stop at this place in the West Iceland tour.

4. The Journey to the Center of the Earth (Novel & Movie) – Snæfellsjökull Glacier

Our customers enjoying Snæfellsjokull glacier

Snæfellsjökull is famous from the novel Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne. The height of the Snæfellsjökull glacier is 1446m from the ocean level. It is built up through various volcanic eruptions over the last 5 million years ago. Basically, Snæfellsjökull glacier is the part of Snæfellsjökull National Park, which was established to conserve the natural reserve in the year 2001. You can reach the center of the Earth by taking a hike total of 5-6 hours. The Snæfellsjökull glacier is a fascinating place to visit in the West Iceland tour.

Know the details about Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour here.

5. A series of waterfall – Hraunfossar

Hraunfossar falls are amazing part of west of iceland

As the name suggests, Hraunfossar means the ‘lava waterfall’ is a series of falls flowing out from the distance of 900 meters from lava. The most fascinating thing about this fall is its turquoise color which looks superbly amazing from the distance. A short walk from the Hraunfossar waterfall will drop you to another beautiful waterfall, Barnafoss which is more powerful. The maximum it would take to admire and explore this fall is one hour. It is indeed a great place for nature photography. You can’t afford to miss these mesmerizing series of falls during your West Iceland tour.

Enjoying the waterfalls of Iceland on a private tour

Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour : A must visit place in Iceland

Up for Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour? Thorsmork is a popular mountain valley in Iceland, named after thunder god ‘Thor’. This beautiful valley is surrounded by Mýrdalsjökull, Tindfjallajökull, and Eyjafjallajökull from three sides. The place is full of wonderful views and exciting adventure spots all around it. The Thorsmork is called as Þórsmörk in the Icelandic language as ‘Þ’ is pronounced as ‘th’ here. It is one of the most popular hiking places in Iceland, that’s why attracts hundreds of visitors to Iceland.

On the way to Thorsmork we visit Gígjökull, the largest glacier outlet of Eyjafjallajökull (you remember the infamous eruption of 2010 that disrupted air traffic all around the world).

The Thorsmork nature reserve is covered with lush green forests and flowers, with Krossá river flowing in between the valley.

Things you should know before going for the Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour:



This gorgeous valley is just 150 km from the capital city Reykjavik and about 100 km from the Selfoss city. This place can prove to be an ideal location to experience the magic of Mother Earth. It is not easy to drive to the park yourselves as the roads to the valley are rugged. Therefore, it is suggested to rent or book a car service to not any of the places of the valley. The Krossá river needs to be crossed, which can be crossed only through a 4×4 super jeep.


Crossing river at Gigsjokull glacier near Thormork

You might have been traveling to Iceland for years but didn’t get a chance to explore the mystery of Thorsmork natural park. You will be surprised to know that the entrance of the Thorsmork park is located just beside the Seljalandsfoss Waterfall on the south coast of Iceland. You can go on Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour and cover up the Grand South Coast in one day. The Grand South Coast tour of Iceland includes Seljalandsfoss & Skógafoss waterfalls as well as Gígjökull Glacier & Eyjafjallajökull Volcano. It would be huge fun to see different kind of landscapes in a single day.

Thorsmork is nature valley surrounded by 3 glaciers in Iceland

Book a Super Jeep

You might think it is easy to cross the river that lies in the valley in your own car, I am afraid to say it is not that easy to cross the river with currents, on your own. A modified 4×4 cars (like Range Rover) are the cars that are used for driving in there. If the water level is high due to rains, then you must book a super jeep to cross the river and the rugged terrain.


Super Jeep 4×4 after river crossing in Thorsmork

Even if you rent a 4×4 car for the Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour, it doesn’t mean you become equipped to drive that car. It is recommended to book a local guide along with the car, you can choose Discover Iceland’s Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour to reach safely to the destination. A local guide will share some valuable stories and must-seeing places of the valley along the journey that will be worth the money spent. You will get to visit the places where a normal cannot reach, the off-road paths, the rugged terrain, and highlands. The driver guide will drop at the spots where you can click some amazing photographs and post them on your Instagram.

The correct footwear is very important when you come to Iceland, specially if you’ll be doing some hiking. You need proper hiking boots with ankle protection and a thick sole, such as you can see in this picture.

Go for Valahnukur Hike

Valahnukur is a beautiful mountain trail made from the volcano ash, situated in the center of Thorsmork valley. You have to hike to the top of the mountain to have the 360° view of the valley and the nearby places like as well. This trail is 458 m elevated from the sea level. After reaching the peak you will be surrounded by beauty all around. When you are ready for the Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour, there is one particular place you should hike to get a wonderful view from the top. The Valahnukur Hike in Thorsmork takes around 35-45 minutes to reach the top to get the fantastic view. It takes about two hours to complete the round trip of the Valahnukur trail, depending on how much time you are going to stay at the top.


If you are a travel photographer or a blogger, this valley is definitely a must-visit to capture the panoramic view from the above.

The hike is short and easy, and you will be surrounded by glaciers, volcanoes, mountain cliffs, and river lagoons on reaching the top. What an incredible view it would be!

Go for Camping


Thorsmork is quite famous for trekking, cliff climbing, and camping. One of the most popular hikes/treks in Iceland is from Skogar to Thorsmork. Having said that, doing wild camping is not legal to do in the Thorsmork, there are campsites available where you can spend your night. The driver guide will help you find one during your Thorsmork Super Jeep Adventure Tour. You can also pre-book nearby hotel or hut if you have the plan to stay nearby Thorsmork area for a few days. Hut hotels are quite affordable accommodation options, along with this they also provide camping options near the hotels.


Our Super Jeeps are heavily modified for Iceland conditions

Best Activities to do during Iceland visit in Summer


Iceland can be depicted as a standout amongst the most awesome and amazing places on earth. It belongs to a rich history and culture, and its local people are among the friendliest of any place on the planet.

The most frequent query our customers come up with is what is the right time to visit Iceland. Iceland is one of a kind tourist vacation spots that offers extraordinary travel experience throughout the year. Every season has its own advantages, but Iceland in summer months is complete bliss to tour the places that Iceland has to offer. You can never get disappointed upon visiting Iceland anytime.

Summer, obviously, is the best known-season for Iceland travel. There are valid reasons behind why it is said so, the warmer climate, expanded sunlight, activities like music and art festivals, green landscape and open country roads clearing access to less visited and to some untouched parts of Iceland.

If you are making a plan to visit Iceland in summer, and thinking to do some fun exercises, you’ve gone to the ideal spot! Iceland has a ton of fun exercises for everyone. Regardless of whether you are searching for some adventure or fun activities for the whole family, Iceland in summer is the best option for you. Here is a rundown of the best activities to do in Iceland during your summer visit:

Cave tour

Iceland is a place filled with lots of caves of all shapes and sizes. Caves have a prominent place in the Icelandic history, as they were used as shelters for people or animals in cold winters.

It is difficult to know the number of caves present in Iceland since a large number of them are still to be found. Caving tour gets the chance to experience a different world which many others have not seen yet. Explore the underground world through your eyes.

The most popular caves are the glacier ice caves. The difference between normal ice caves and glacier ice caves is that ice caves are generally bedrock caves, which contain ice all year round, but the glacier ice cave gets formed within the glacier’s ice.

When you come to Iceland you will truly need to see characteristic blue ice glacier caves, however, those are just open mostly in the winters, from November until March.

Exotic Soaking

The second-best thing to do during the tour to Iceland in summer is taking a relaxing bath in the geothermal pools. You are welcome to the nation of endless access to both cold and high temp water! You can discover hot water springs fundamentally all over and bathe in them. You can find hundreds of hot springs surrounded by Icelandic greenery. The most popular geothermal pool is Blue Lagoon in southwestern Iceland.  The warm water of the lagoon is rich with benefitting minerals, often known as for curing some of the skin diseases. The location of this Blue Lagoon is easily accessible from the capital city of Iceland (Reykjavik). Another most visited lagoon is the ‘Secret Lagoon’, as the name suggests, the secret lagoon is situated in a wilderness location, spoiled not much.

There is also one geothermal pool located inside the Grjótagjá cave, the cave is hugely popular for the shooting place of one of the scenes of the world-famous series Game of Thrones.

Horse Riding

Horses in Iceland are quite well-known for their friendly and reliable nature. The horses found in Iceland are descendants of the ancient Vikings, that used to live thousands of years ago. So, they are an integral part of the Icelandic culture and provides comfortable rides to the country’s beautiful landscapes, especially to the untouched part of Iceland. This makes it a good thing to do if you are planning to visit Iceland in the summer months.

The Icelandic steed is an extremely beautiful creature. The little stature of the horse makes it ideal even for children to ride. Regardless of whether you are an experienced rider, or you are attempting it out of the blue, there are suitable horse-riding tours accessible for you. Appreciate the wonderful Icelandic nature while going on an Icelandic horse.

Super Jeep Tour

If you are looking out for a happy and stress-free time in your visit to Iceland in summer, you should choose Super Jeep Tours Iceland for complete comfort and exciting tour around the spectacular scenes of the place.

The country highlands are the super jeep’s regular living space. On a super jeep, you can cross streams, drive on glaciers, go to the highlands and significantly more that you couldn’t do on a customary vehicle or normal jeep. Explore the majestic attractions of Iceland like Grand South Coast, Great Golden Circle, Landmannalaugar Highlands, and the Northern Lights and many mores through super jeep tour by Discover Iceland.

The 4×4 modified super jeeps have highly comfortable seats which easily fit 4-5 people and provide huge comfort with utmost privacy. The driver guide of the super jeep makes sure you have a good time during the tour to Iceland in summer.

Whale and Puffins Watching

The summer season is incredible for whale and puffins watching. You get the chance to go out on a boat or stream and explore the Icelandic natural life. The fishing town of Húsavík is known as one of the best whales watching places in the world. There is a wide range of whales and dolphins you may see on a whale watching visit, and on the off chance that you are fortunate, you may likewise see the most popular Icelandic puffin!

You would be glad by knowing the fact that Iceland is home to nearly 60% of the world’s total puffin population. If you are planning to visit Iceland in summer, between May to August, there is a good chance to see puffins as well as other rare species of birds here. In late springs, hundreds of puffins come offshore for breeding purpose. The Icelandic name for puffin is ‘Lundi’.

Go for Snorkeling

Iceland is one of the two places on this planet where you can see two earth’s tectonic (American and Eurasian) plates meeting above the surface. They both are drifting apart by 2 cm each year. What’s the good news? You can go for snorkeling in between these plates. If you want extra fun during your visit to Iceland in summer, it is a must-do activity as the water here is cleanest and you can see clearly under the water. You can’t beat the snorkeling experience in the Silfra fissure ever in your life.