Multi-day tours from Reykjavík
- Unforgettable day trips as part of your package
- Places to stay and local transport included
- Great in both summer and winter
- 24/7 helpline whilst you’re in Iceland
About our Iceland multi-day tours
- Pick your own departure date
- Follow detailed itineraries created by locals
- Get exceptional value for money
- Book today with just a 5% deposit
FAQs about Iceland multi-day tours
Multi-day tours are a popular and flexible way to see Iceland. They’re ideal for shorter stays, ranging from 3-day tours to 6-day tours.
On this type of trip, you’ll stay in the same location each night and join different day trips by bus. This means you don’t have to worry about driving and can focus on the unforgettable scenery.
You also have a good balance between city and countryside. As you’ll return to Reykjavík each evening, you have plenty of time to check out bars, restaurants, museums, and other cultural attractions.
On all of these multi-day tours from Reykjavík, you’ll stay at the same hotel or guesthouse in the city for the length of your trip. This is great if you prefer to stay settled in one place and explore by day.
If you’d rather get to stay in different places in the countryside, you could go for an Iceland self-drive tour, where you can set your own pace. Another great option is a guided group tour, where you’ll travel with the same awesome fellow travelers for your whole trip.
With multi-day tours from Reykjavík, Iceland, you get tried-and-tested tours led by expert local guides.
You’ll travel by bus, meaning there’s no need to worry about driving or navigating yourself. This is especially worth bearing in mind if you plan on visiting Iceland in winter, when road conditions can be more challenging.
Multi-day packages are also flexible. It’s easy to add more activities or upgrade the included ones – more on that below.
There’s an incredible amount you can do on a multi-day vacation from Iceland Tours. Here’s some ideas to spark inspiration:
- Roam the black sands of Reynisfjara beach on the south coast
- Venture under a glacier on a guided ice cave tour
- Complete the Golden Circle, including Gullfoss waterfall
- Explore ‘Iceland in Miniature’ on the Snæfellsnes peninsula
- Join a glacier hike across thousand-year-old pack ice
- Go whale watching from Reykjavík and spot the gentle giants
- Follow in the footsteps of Vikings at Þingvellir National Park
- Marvel at natural hot springs, like the Strokkur geyser
- Unwind in the soothing waters of the Blue Lagoon or Sky Lagoon
- Hunt down the Northern Lights on a magical winter tour
Because you’ll be based in Reykjavík for your whole trip, most excursions will take you to the south or west of Iceland.
For even more inspo, check out this list of 13 awesome things to do in Iceland.
The great thing about multi-day tours in Iceland is that they’re equally fun in summer or winter. That said, you’ll get to see a completely different side of the country depending on when you decide to visit.
In summer, you can get stuck into outdoor adventure activities and make the most of the long, light evenings. More attractions are open and temperatures are milder. The summer season covers the months of May, June, July, and August.
In winter, you have the chance to chase the mystical Northern Lights. The darker evenings provide the perfect backdrop for this. You’re also likely to see frosted waterfalls and snow-dusted mountaintops. Winter spans October, November, December, January, and February.
All of the multi-day tour packages featured here include accommodation, local transport, and day trips. You also get a detailed itinerary, 24/7 helpline in Iceland, and breakfast every day.
The exact activities included with each package vary. Some are more focused on nature and sightseeing, whilst others give you a taste of active adventure. Play around with the filters above to find the package that ticks your boxes.
To make sure we can offer you the most flexibility and value for money, flights aren’t included in our packages. All local ground transport is covered though, including airport transfers and hotel pick-ups for day trips.
Absolutely! With a multi-day tour in Iceland, you have great customization options. You can upgrade the included excursions on many packages for a more luxurious or adventurous experience.
Why not pack more into your trip by adding activities during the evening or on a free day in Reykjavík? For example, you could go on an excursion to explore blue ice caves or walk in an underground lava tunnel.
If you feel like you just don’t have enough time to fit it all in, you’re able to add more days to the start or end of your trip at checkout.
When you get a vacation package from Iceland Tours, you can also pick your preferred accommodation level. Choose from Budget, Comfort, or Quality options.
Check out the packages above, using the filters to narrow down your search and find your ideal trip. For example, it’s a good idea to decide whether you want to visit in summer or winter first of all. You can also filter by key attractions or highlights.
Once you’ve found the Iceland vacation for you, enter your dates and the number of people in your group on the tour package page. Here you can also choose your accommodation level.
At checkout, you can customize your trip with extra days and activities. Afterwards, follow the steps to finalize your booking and you’ll get a confirmation from us via email.
There’s one more thing that’s great to know: all it takes is a 5% deposit to secure your booking today.
Once you’ve decided roughly when you want to visit Iceland, you can start searching for flights online. Iceland is well connected to major airports in Europe and across North America.
It makes the most sense to book your package with Iceland Tours first. Once your booking is confirmed, go ahead and purchase your flights. Then all you need to do is think about what to pack! In fact, you can read all about that below.
In Iceland, the weather can change in a flash. The upshot is that if you don’t like the weather, you won’t need to wait long for it to pass.
With that in mind, you should pack smart so you’ll be comfortable no matter the conditions. Here’s a suggested Iceland packing list:
- Rugged hiking boots
- Wooly hat, scarf, and gloves
- Thick, waterproof winter coat
- Sweaters and fleeces for extra warmth
- Swimming gear (for hot springs and pools)
- Lip balm and moisturizer
If you’re planning to visit in winter, sunglasses are essential because the sun is low in the sky for most of the day. You’ll also want to protect your skin from the dry air with moisturizer.
For more tips, see our Iceland winter packing guide.