- Fly to Reykjavik
- Explore Hveragerdi Visit 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
- Iceland Erupts Exhibition Centre Visit the Volcano Visitor Centre to learn about the impact of the 2010 eruption.
- Skogar Folk Museum Learn about Icelandic heritage at the Skogar Folk Museum.
- Skogafoss Waterfall Make a quick stop at another one of Iceland's gorgeous waterfalls.
- Solheimajokull Glacier See the magnificent Solheimajokull glacier - crevices, sink holes, ice ridges and all.
- Continue Hvolsvollur to Vik. Vik is the rainiest spot in Iceland and Iceland’s southernmost village.
- 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.
- Heimaey - The Westman Islands Visit the Westman Islands, a group of 15 islands, situated off the south coast of Iceland. Heimaey, the largest island and the only inhabited one, is home to 5,000 people and millions of birds. On Heimaey, see the volcanic crater which was formed during the 1973 eruption.
- Hike up Eldfell Hike up to the crater and marvel at the view from the top. With a bit of digging around in the ground you'll find spots hot enough to cook on!
- Natural History Museum and Aquarium Take an adventure to the Natural History Museum and Aquarium to see both living and stuffed fish as well as species of birds from Iceland.
- Swimming Pool Relax at the swimming pool before boarding your ferry back to the mainland.
- 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.
- Thorsmork Explore Thorsmrok, a rugged yet very beautiful area with spectacular glacial scenery. Enjoy excellent views of Myrdalsjokul Glacier and icecap, and the Markafljot glacial rivers.
- Swimming Pool Time permitting, you'll have the chance to enjoy the local swimming pool.
- Gullfoss View Gullfoss, one of Iceland's most impressive waterfalls and one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Iceland.
- The Great Geysir Although The Great Geysir is no longer active, it was known to blast hot water as high as 70 metres! The area around it is still active and has unique geothermal properties and sites, including many smaller hot springs.
- 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!
- Thingvellir National Park – Mid Atlantic Ridge Visit Iceland’s first national park, which includes the country’s largest national lake, a rift valley, as well as the site of Iceland’s Parliament from 930 to 1789. As you look around, imagine the chieftains of early Iceland discussing laws and creating the foundations of the Icelandic language.
- Travel to Reykjavik Reykjavik is the capital and largest city of Iceland. Its latitude at 64°08' N makes it the world's most northern capital of a sovereign state.
- Reykjavik Walking Tour Explore the capital of Iceland on a guided tour of the city. You’ll be amazed at the modern and forward-thinking attitude of this green and beautiful city.
- Perlan Viewing Platform Visit the Pearl vantage point. 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 Relax and enjoy the world famous bright blue mineral-rich swimming pool, with geothermal heated water in the middle of a large lava field.
- 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.
- Fly Home Fly back to the UK.
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