Calking out an extensive tour plan is often not very easy. But, when you consult an expert travel agency, the task becomes simpler. Touring Iceland is a dream of many veteran globe-trotters. Also, if you have already visited the nation once, then it is guaranteed that you crave to visit it again. Here is a neat 10-day plan for the itinerary in Iceland you would enjoy.
Day 1: Arrival and Blue Lagoon
After landing in the International Airport at Reykjavik, you can straightway drive to the exotic Blue Lagoon, as arrange by Discover, a top travel agency, having expertise in organizing memorable Private Tours in Iceland. It takes roughly 20 minutes from the airport.
Day 2: Kirkjufelland + Snaefellsnes Peninsula
On second day of your Private Tour Iceland, you can conveniently plan to visit the legendary region of Kirkjufelland. Moreover, aim for exploring the natural marvels of Snaefellsnes Peninsula, enjoying its black sand beaches, mystic lava fields and many other features.
Day 3: Focusing only on Snaefellsnes Peninsula
The third day is special. Try to fully concentrate on the captivating natural beauty of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula on this day. Do not forget to carry a high-definition digital camera.
Day 4: Getting engrossed in the beauty of Golden Circle
The three most popular spots of Iceland are in the Golden Circle – the lovely Gullfoss, the incredibly wonderful Geysir Geothermal Area, and the emphatic Thingvellir National Park. Try to keep aside at least 6 hours exploring these spots.
Day 5: Day trip to Landmannalaugar
The Rhyolite Mountains of the region are going to capture every bit of your imagination. On the 5th day of the itinerary, visit the place on a day trip. You will deeply fall in love with the region as a hiker as there are many different interesting trails spread across the place.
Day 6: Visiting the South Coast
A separate day is required to explore the beauty of South Coast in a detailed way. Some of the top places you can visit are Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss.
Day 7: Walking on a typical glacier
Add some spice to your tour. There are opportunities when you can enjoy a slow walk on an imposing glacier. Do not forget to seek necessary advice of a tour guide. Skaftafell is the best place to enjoy such an experience.
Day 8: Visiting the Glacier Lagoon at Jokulsarlon
On the 8th day of the trip, you can consider visiting the enchanting glacier lagoon at Jokulsarlon. The grey, crystal clear water of the lagoon would seem mystic to you.
Day 9: Exploring the Capital – Reykjavik
Do not forget the terrific impulse of Reykjavik in the flow of visiting the countryside and far-off places. Go for shopping at the famous Laugavegur Street. Check out the Perlan Museum. Enjoy the nightlife at different pubs.
Day 10: Rest day and departure
You can judiciously consider the last day of the itinerary to pack up things and prepare for the departure.
Pledge to visit again
A single visit to Iceland, even though for 10 days, is still not enough. Pledge to visit the country again!