REYKJAVIK, ICELAND – 5 NIGHTS
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Departure in November 2018 and February 2019
Join us as we explore the exquisite beauty of Iceland – We’ll spend 5 nights in Reykjavik, the Worlds northernmost capital, which will serve as a gateway from which to experience some of the island’s breathtakingly beautiful natural wonders. At times this country will make you feel like you are in another World and is simply magnificent – you’ll fall in love with Iceland and it’s people and will return home already saving to come back.
THIS HOLIDAY INCLUDES
Return flights & transfers
Twin/double room for sole use
Welcome drink & information meeting
Golden circle tour
South Coast and waterfalls tour
Accompanying Solos Tour Leader
Board: Breakfast daily. Welcome dinner on the first evening
ABOUT REYKJAVIK & ICELAND
Often described as the gateway to the vast, raw and gorgeous land that lies beyond, Reykjavik makes the perfect base for exploring all that Iceland has to offer. but the city itself also packs a lot of punch for it’s size and is loaded with culture, art, maritime history, rich culinary choices and very cool, cosmopolitan cafes and bars. Renowned for it’s music scene and nightlife, this is one holiday where you definitely won’t want too many early nights!
Iceland is a great destination for a chance to witness the magic and beauty of the Northern Lights – the chances are highest during the time of year when the nights are clear and dark (between late August and April). Thousands of travellers, writers and artists have been inspired and moved by the sight of the Northern Lights but alas due to their fleeting and transient nature they cannot be guaranteed.
There are many other natural phenomenon synonymous with Iceland that you won’t want to miss including spouting geysers, tumbling waterfalls and ancient volcanoes which you can experience on the popular golden circle tour – which will introduce you to Iceland’s world-renowned pristine natural beauty surrounding the capital including Thingvellir National Park, the main land’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site home to the dramatic Gullfoss waterfall, as well as the ‘original’ Geyser, from which all spouting hot springs throughout the world take their name. Rugged mountains, glaciers and volcanos – including the infamous Eyjafjallajökull and Skógafoss, one of the largest waterfalls in Iceland.
Average daily maximum:
3°C Nov 2°C Feb