Adventure Tours of Iceland

Get in touch with your active side on one of these Iceland adventure tours. Pick your package and set off on a glacier hike, go ice caving, or walk inside underground lava tubes. Lock in your Iceland vacation today with just a 5% deposit.

Adventure Tours of Iceland

Get in touch with your active side on one of these Iceland adventure tours. Pick your package and set off on a glacier hike, go ice caving, or walk inside underground lava tubes. Lock in your Iceland vacation today with just a 5% deposit.


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About our Iceland adventure trips

Always fancied yourself as a bit of an explorer? With these active Iceland tours, you can discover this excitement-filled island one thrill at a time.

If doing nothing on a sunny beach isn’t your idea of a vacation, come over to Iceland. Here you’ll uncover lava caves formed by ancient eruptions. Scale glaciers made of pure white ice. And go under the surface to explore hidden ice caves.

Iceland doesn’t disappoint on epic scenery either. Tour the famous Golden Circle, visit magical glacier lagoons, and let massive lava fields knock your socks off. Plus there are waterfalls left, right and center.

And just in case you do want to visit the seaside, Iceland’s got plenty of black sand beaches and otherworldly rock formations. Just don’t expect sunbathing weather.

With multi-day tours from Reykavík and self-drive trips including adventure activities, there are different ways for you to get an action-packed travel experience. 

All it takes to secure one of these Iceland adventure vacation packages is a 5% deposit. So what’s stopping you? Like we say in Iceland: áfram með smjörið – “bring on the butter”!

Fantastic Seljalandsfoss waterfall

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    Svartifoss waterfall in Skaftafell National Park, Iceland

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    • Our tour designers have over 40 years’ experience putting together adventures in Iceland, so you know your trip’s going to be the best it can be
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    1. How do I book with Iceland Tours?

    It’s easy to book online with our website. First of all, browse our vacation packages and find the right one for you. Then pick your dates to work out your base price.

    You can customize your package by choosing your accommodation type and rental car (self-drive and camping trips only). And of course, you can add extra activities so you can get even more out of your trip.

    Still got questions? Get the full lowdown on how to book with us.


    2. Are flights included?

    So you can get the best deal and most flexibility, we don’t include flights with our packages.

    Once you have a rough idea of when you want to travel, you can start searching for flights to Iceland. Of course, if you need help figuring out which airlines fly from your country, we’re happy to point you in the right direction. Simply get in touch if you need advice.

    Thanks to its location in the North Atlantic, Iceland is well served by direct flights from lots of European countries and North America. If you’re coming from further afield, you’ll probably need a connecting flight.


    3. When should I book?

    As a rule of thumb, it’s best to book at least a few weeks before you plan to travel. For availability reasons, we’re unable to book trips with less than 1 week’s notice.

    For the summer season, it’s a good idea to book a few months ahead of when you plan to travel. This is the most popular time of year to visit Iceland and places to stay can be limited in more remote areas.

    If you’re planning to join a guided group tour, we recommend booking a few months in advance. Departures are restricted to certain dates and the most popular ones can get booked up.


    4. Can I customize my package?

    Absolutely! For self-drive trips, you can pick your accommodation type and rental car. You can also add bonus activities in your free time, and extra nights in Reykjavík to the start or end of your trip.

    For multi-day tours, you can pick your accommodation level and add some extra activities such as a trip to the Blue Lagoon (if it’s not already included in your package). Extra nights in Reykjavík are an option here too.

    Other travel styles, like guided group tours, might have more limited customization options due to the nature of the trip. You’ll be able to see all the options available to you at checkout.

    Good to know: We can’t guarantee stays at specific hotels or guesthouses, but we’ll always make sure that you get the standard of accommodation that you pay for. Read more about accommodation types.

    If you’d like to make further customizations than those that are available to you at checkout, get in touch and we’d be happy to help. The additional charge for this service is €150. Just so you know, it might not be possible to accommodate further customizations during the summer season. See our terms and conditions for full details.


    5. Can I add extra nights to my package?

    For sure, we want you to squeeze as much as you can into your trip! No matter what kind of package you book, you can add extra nights to the start or end of your trip at checkout.


    6. Can I mix accommodation types?

    We offer 3 levels of accommodation: Budget, Comfort, and Quality. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to mix accommodation levels within the same package.

    Find out more about what you get with each accommodation type.


    7. Do I need a passport or visa to travel to Iceland?

    If you’re a citizen of the EEA, you can travel to Iceland using your passport or national identity card visa-free. Otherwise, you’ll need a valid passport with at least 3 months left on it before expiry.

    Citizens of many countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand can travel to Iceland for up to 90 days visa-free. Check the Icelandic Directorate of Immigration’s visa-free travel list to find out if you’re eligible.

    If you do need a visa, let us know once we’ve confirmed your booking and we can send you a confirmation letter for your visa application.


    8. Is Iceland safe to visit?

    Yes! Iceland is one of the safest countries on Earth. Thanks to its extremely low crime rate and excellent healthcare system, you can rest assured that you don’t need to worry about your safety in Iceland.

    Around the country, you’ll see children left to their own devices to happily play outside or walk to school by themselves. It’s so safe that babies are even left in prams outside cafés, so don’t be shocked if you see this. Iceland is a fantastic place for kids to run wild, totally carefree!

    You might have heard about natural disasters like volcanic eruptions or earthquakes. Iceland has well tested warning and evacuation systems in place. And if a volcano just so happens to go off on your trip, it’s likely to be in an uninhabited area. In fact, some of them are great to go and visit.


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    About Iceland

    This island offers an incredible variety of different landscapes and natural phenomena in a relatively small country. Geologically, Iceland is very young and in a very real sense it can be said to be still in the making.

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