Northern Lights Iceland Budget Vacation: Golden Circle + South Shore

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FlyBus shuttle to/from Keflavik International Airport
3 x night in Reykjavik
Daily Breakfast
Golden Circle day tour
Iceland South Shore day tour
Guided Northern Lights hunt
Lunch & Dinner
Travel Insurance (OMR 10)
Personal Expenses, portages and tips
Optional activity costs

TRAVEL VALIDITY: Travel any time from 11th – 30th March, 2020 & 1st October, 2020 – 30th March, 2021

VISA can be attained by providing Precise Travel Documents


  • Spend three nights in Reykjavik
  • Walk along the black sands of Reynisfjara
  • Enjoy Iceland’s classic Golden Circle tour
  • See the spectacular waterfalls along Iceland’s South Shore
  • Experience a guided Northern Lights hunt to see the Aurora Borealis
  • If you don’t see the Northern Lights the first time, join the next evening for free!


Day 1: Arrival in Reykjavik

Upon arrival at Keflavik International Airport, transfer to Reykjavik by FlyBus shuttle. Check-in at the hotel where you will stay for three nights. Free time until the evening. At 9:00pm, be ready for your evening adventure: the Northern Lights tour! We drive out into the countryside to escape the city lights. The guides will decide the tour destination on the travel day, taking into account the aurora forecast as well as cloud cover, to maximize the chances of spotting the magical northern lights. Depending on best option our destination may be Thingvellir National Park at Lake Thingvallavatn, Reykjanes peninsula with its lava fields or Borgarfjordur area. We recommend that you bring warm clothes and sturdy shoes. A camera on tripod is also a good idea for this tour.

Northern Lights Guarantee – if we take you and you don’t see the northern lights, we will invite you back for free!

Overnight in Reykjavik


Day 2: Golden Circle Tour Iceland

The Golden Circle is a must-do on any visit to Reykjavik, and needs little introduction. It offers you the opportunity to discover some of the highlights of southwest Iceland and provides you with a general insight into Icelandic history and geology, its people, and rich cultural heritage. Highlights include: – Thingvellir National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site – Geysir Geothermal Area – hot springs and spouting geysers – Gullfoss – the double-tiered waterfall

Overnight in Reykjavik


Day 3: Iceland South Shore Tour

The South Coast of Iceland has so much to offer and be seen. This part of the country is very rich in magnificent and diverse landscapes, ranging from vast farmlands, active volcanoes, numerous ice caps, glacier outlets and glacier rivers, amazing waterfalls, wide black sandy plains, and beaches of black and fascinating basalt rock formations. The area is also renowned for its abundant bird life. The tour is rich in information about Iceland, its geology, rich culture, and landscapes. Highlights include: – The iconic waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss – Reynisfjara black sand beach and Reynisdrangar basalt columns – Vik village – Solheimajokull glacier and outlet

Overnight in Reykjavik


Day 4: Reykjavik

Following breakfast at the hotel, transfer from your accommodation in Reykjavik to Keflavik International Airport by FlyBus shuttle.