Jokuslarlon glacier lagoon, South Iceland

Guided Group Tours of Iceland

Meet adventurous travelers just like you on one of these Iceland guided tours. You and your group will be led by a knowledgeable local guide, so all you need to do is relax and enjoy Iceland’s otherworldly nature.

Jokuslarlon glacier lagoon, South Iceland

Guided Group Tours of Iceland

Meet adventurous travelers just like you on one of these Iceland guided tours. You and your group will be led by a knowledgeable local guide, so all you need to do is relax and enjoy Iceland’s otherworldly nature.

 

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About our guided group tours

On one of these group tours in Iceland, you’ll make your way around the Land of Fire and Ice with like-minded adventurers. All of our group tour packages are led by local guides with in-depth knowledge of the places you’ll visit.

You can see hot springs, volcanoes, and glaciers all in the same day on a trip to Iceland. Don’t miss the classic Golden Circle tour, including Þingvellir National Park, the Strokkur geyser, and Gullfoss waterfall. 

Other bucket-list experiences you could have on your Iceland adventure include a visit to the Blue Lagoon spa, traveling around the Ring Road to North Iceland, and witnessing the incredible midnight sun.

Our group trips give you the time to explore Iceland without worrying about driving yourself or planning your own itinerary. And they’re available as small group tours or large group tours, depending on when you travel.

On one of our small group tours of Iceland, you’ll be one of 16 adventurers. On large tour, the group size is 36 people.

All of our Iceland guided tours include transport, accommodation, airport transfers, and activities. So traveling to Iceland doesn’t have to be a headache: everything’s planned for you.

Iceland Tours offers a full range of vacation packages. Why not extend your stay a while and add a couple of day tours to see even more?

Make this year the one you visit Iceland. Secure your booking with just a 5% deposit. And with our Book with Confidence promise, you have flexible options should your plans be disrupted (see terms and conditions).

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    FAQs

    1. 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.

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    2. 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.

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    3. 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.

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    4. 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.

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    5. 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.

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    6. 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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