- Fly to Reykjavik, Iceland
- Explore Hveragerdi From Reykjavik, we travel through the town of Hveragerdi, which sits against the mountains in a valley bubbling with steaming hot springs.
- Continue on to Hvolsvollur Continue to Hvolsvollur, our base for the next two nights.
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Your Adventure, Day by Day
- Seljalandsfoss Waterfall Visit Seljalandsfoss Waterfall and see it from a new perspective – the back! You can walk behind this magnificent wall of water and feel its power.
- Iceland Erupts Exhibition Centre Visit the volcano centre and learn about the impact of the 2010 eruption, as well as the people who live in its shadow.
- Skogar Folk Museum Learn about Icelandic heritage at the Skogar Folk Museum.
- Skogafoss Waterfall Make a quick stop at another Iceland's gorgeous waterfalls. If you're lucky you might see a single or even a double rainbow.
- Solheimajokull Glacier See the magnificent Solheimajokull Glacier - crevices, sink holes, ice ridges and all.
- Continue to Vik
- Vik Although it’s the rainiest spot in Iceland, there’s no denying that Vik, Iceland’s southernmost village, is beautiful. Imagine black sand beaches, craggy cliffs and headland teeming with bird life.
- Reynisdrangar View the Reynisdrangar pillars, basalt rock stacks which rise from the sea. Legend says they were trolls turned to rock by the rising sun when they returned home late from a fishing trip.
- Dyrholaey Dyrholaey, meaning "the door hole island" in Icelandic, is a naturally formed 120 metre high archway. The archway is so big that even ships can sail through it at the right tide.
- Visit Gullfoss Start the day with a visit to Gullfoss, one of Iceland's most impressive waterfalls.
- Strokkur Right nearby the 'Great Geysir' is Strokkur which erupts every three to eight minutes spraying water up to 35 metres in the air. Keep your cameras close so you don't miss it!
- Great Geysir All the worlds spouting hot springs were named after this, the ‘Great Geysir’ which first began erupting in the 14th century and ceased earlier this century after thousands of tourists tried to set it off by pouring in loads of rocks and dirt.
- Explore Thingvellir National Park Stop at Thingvellir National Park, where the ancient parliament met for centuries on the shores of Iceland's largest lake. You'll have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to walk between two tectonic plates!
- Travel Back to Reykjavik
- Take a Walking Tour of Reykjavik Explore Reykjavik with a guide.
- Visit the Perlan Viewing Platform The Pearl is a remarkable building with a glass dome constructed on huge tanks where natural water is stored for heating the city. Check out the great views of the capital area and beyond.
- Blue Lagoon Explore the Blue Lagoon, a unique wonder, with pleasantly warm geothermal water in the middle of a black lava field. Because of the silica and minerals in the water, the lagoon is a rich and beautiful blue! Take a dip in the famous waters and feel invigorated by the natural beauty around you.
- Reykjanes Peninsula Located in the South West of Iceland, the Reykjanes Peninsula is a hotbed of geothermal activity. You'll see lava cones and craters of different sizes as well the tectonic plates.
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