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Iceland guided group tours

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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  • Get guidance from a local expert
  • Make friends for life from the world over
  • Let someone else do the driving
  • Stay in top spots around the country

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Reykjavik and Mount Esja covered in snow
FestiveGuided group
6 days / 5 nightsCode: GT04

Christmas Wonders of Iceland Group Adventure

Spend Christmas in Iceland and glimpse waterfalls, glaciers, volcanoes, and more

€2,293.00 p.p.
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Person with torch admiring the northern lights in Iceland
Best sellerGuided group
8 days / 7 nightsCode: GT06

Northern Lights Ring Road Group Adventure

Explore jaw-dropping landscapes and learn about local culture from an expert guide.

€3,310.00 p.p.
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rocky arch cliff in a turquoise sea
Guided group
10 days / 9 nightsCode: GT01L

Iceland Ring Road Bus Tour – Big Group Adventure

Soak up Iceland’s awe-inspiring sights around the Ring Road.

€2,883.00 p.p.
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Guided group
6 days / 5 nightsCode: GT02L

Winter Wonders of Iceland – Big Group Adventure

Set off on a wintry adventure around the south coast.

€1,690.00 p.p.
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Þingvellir National Park, the site of Iceland’s ancient parliament
Best sellerGuided group
6 days / 5 nightsCode: GT02

Winter Wonders of Iceland – Small Group Adventure

Discover top attractions in winter with a local guide.

€2,313.00 p.p.
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The Goðafoss waterfall during the winter surrounded by snow
Guided group
9 days / 8 nightsCode: GT03

Iceland Ring Road Winter Group Adventure

Travel around this winter wonderland with an expert guide.

€2,854.00 p.p.
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Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon at sunrise
Best sellerGuided group
10 days / 9 nightsCode: GT01S

Iceland Ring Road Guided Tour – Small Group Adventure

Mind-blowing nature is waiting for you on this guided tour.

€3,542.00 p.p.
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The colorful mountains near Landmannalaugar in the Icelandic highlands
Guided group
12 days / 11 nightsCode: GT07

Iceland Volcanic Highlands & Ring Road

Explore Iceland’s volcanic heartland and tour the Ring Road’s top sights.

€4,882.00 p.p.
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Guided group
4 days / 3 nightsCode: GT13

West Iceland with Snæfellsnes - Small Group Adventure

Witness the wonders of the west coast & discover ‘Iceland in Miniature’

€681.00 p.p.
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Lupines in Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland
Guided group
5 days / 4 nightsCode: GT09

Taste of South Iceland with Golden Circle

Soak up the jaw-dropping sights around Iceland’s south coast.

€2,148.00 p.p.
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The Mývatn Nature Baths as seen from above
Guided group
14 days / 13 nightsCode: GT11

Iceland Full Circle & Westfjords Guided Tour

Explore every corner of the country with an expert guide.

€7,777.00 p.p.
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About our guided Iceland vacation packages

On one of these group trips to Iceland, you’ll be led by tour guides with in-depth knowledge of the places you’ll visit. And all of our group tours give you to the chance to explore the Land of Fire and Ice with like-minded adventurers. These 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 or large group tours, depending on when you travel. Visiting Iceland doesn’t have to be a headache: on a guided group tour, everything’s organized for you. So what’s stopping you booking your dream trip to Iceland?
  • Travel in a small or large group
  • Choose from a wide range of travel dates
  • Stay in Reykjavík and the countryside
  • Secure your booking with a 5% deposit

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FAQs about Iceland guided tours

Here you’ll find answers to all the most common questions travelers have about guided group trips to Iceland.

On a guided group tour, you’ll learn a lot about Icelandic history, nature, and culture from experienced tour guides. You’ll find their passion for the country infectious and gain a perspective on life in Iceland from these travel experts.

Guided group tours also mean you don’t need to worry about driving yourself on unfamiliar roads. They’re a fantastic way to explore Iceland if you want to meet like-minded travelers too.

That said, guided tours are by no means the only way to experience Iceland. If you’d prefer something more customizable, you could go for a multi-day tour by bus. Or if you want to set your own pace on a road trip, it’s hard to beat a self-drive tour.

Another option is a privately guided tour. This combines the experience of a locally guided tour with the intimacy of traveling in your own private group.

On an Iceland guided tour, you can expect to travel by bus in a small or large party. You can choose your preferred group size when you book.

Iceland small group tours are more intimate, whereas large group tours are more wallet-friendly. The maximum number of people in a small group is 16, and 36 in a large group.

Your driver-guide will lead the entire trip, which includes stays in the Icelandic countryside. Each day you’ll explore a new part of Iceland and enjoy commentary from your guide between stops.

As you’ll be with the same group of people throughout your trip, you’ll have the chance to socialize with fellow travelers and make friends (maybe even for life). There’s nothing like diving into Iceland’s epic nature for a bonding experience!

There’s plenty to enjoy on a guided tour of Iceland. The great thing about them is that you can access locations you never would have known about. And you can travel to seemingly out-of-reach regions, like the Icelandic highlands.

Here’s just some of what you could get up to on an Iceland group tour:

Need more inspiration? Check out this Iceland Travel Guide.

All of the guided Iceland vacation packages featured here include local transport, accommodation, breakfast, airport transfers, and activities. Some also include dinners in the countryside, so check the specific package for details.

You can customize your guided trip with extra days in Reykjavík at the start or end of your vacation. Use these to pack in day tours or an evening Northern Lights tour. You could even pay a relaxing visit to the Blue Lagoon or Sky Lagoon.

In general, tipping is not as commonplace in Iceland as in some other countries. While tour guides would never expect to be tipped, they would receive them gratefully.

You can start planning your Iceland adventure right on this page. Browse the guided vacation packages above until you find the one for you.

Next, check departure dates on the tour page. Guided group tours have fixed dates and durations, although you can extend your trip with extra days in Reykjavík if you like. This would be your chance to add activities, like exploring an ice cave or bathing in hot springs.

After that, simply follow the checkout instructions to complete your booking. You’ll receive a confirmation email straight away, followed by your travel documents closer to your departure date.

You can check dates on the individual tour pages. Guided tours are available in a small or large group, with separate departure dates for each.

There are weekly or fortnightly departures throughout the popular summer and winter seasons. Make sure you book in advance as spaces can sell out quick.

Because guided group tours have fixed departure dates, it’s a good idea to book your vacation package before your flights. Once you’ve received the confirmation from Iceland Tours, you’re clear to book with your preferred airline.

That said, you might want to do a rough check for flights before you book your package to get a feel for what’s available.

Iceland is well connected to Europe and North America with daily direct flights to lots of major cities.

When visiting Iceland, it pays to pack smart and be prepared. The weather is changeable and conditions are likely to be different to what you’re used to at home.

Here’s an Iceland packing list that’s good for all seasons:

  • Warm, waterproof coat
  • Toasty inner layers
  • Hat, scarf, and gloves
  • Sturdy hiking boots
  • Sunglasses
  • Moisturizer and lip balm

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