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Iceland Tours In June

With summer solstice, the midnight sun, and the national day celebrations, June is a great time to visit Iceland. Travel with a guide or on your own to discover the natural wonders of the country. The local travel experts at Nordic Visitor will tailor your itinerary so you have the best Iceland tour in June.

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VISITING ICELAND IN JUNE

Interested in Iceland tours in June? You’re in the right place!

As it coincides with the summer solstice, bringing warmer weather and long, bright days, June is a great time of year to visit Iceland. See the glaciers, high peaks, black sand beaches, and hot springs on a tour of the island and celebrate the country’s national day.

In June, visit Iceland by taking a road trip, joining a small group tour, touring with a private guide, or opting for a multi-day tour to top sights. Whichever way you choose, you’ll discover wonderful natural highlights of Iceland in summer.

Plus, when you book a trip to Iceland with Nordic Visitor, you get hand-picked accommodation, transportation reservations, daily breakfast and access to our 24/7 helpline.

Get in touch and we'll happily plan your perfect June adventure. You can reach us via our toll-free numbers, contact form or LiveChat.

 

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Why book with Nordic Visitor

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  • Flexible & customisable tour options
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  • Professional service from local experts
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Explore at your own pace with a car

Enjoy the freedom of a road trip, but with a helping hand. Here are some self-drive tours in Iceland you might like.

Iceland
Best seller
Self-drive
10 days / 9 nights
4.8
May - Sep

Iceland Full Circle Classic

171468ISK

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10 days / 9 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Full Circle Classic

171468ISK

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Iceland
Best seller
Self-drive
7 days / 6 nights
4.9
May - Sep

Iceland Ring Road Express

128388ISK

Eur

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Best seller
7 days / 6 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Ring Road Express

128388ISK

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Iceland
Best seller
Self-drive
7 days / 6 nights
5.0
Apr - Sep

South Iceland at Leisure

128388ISK

Eur

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Best seller
7 days / 6 nights
Apr - Sep

South Iceland at Leisure

128388ISK

ISK

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Iceland
Best seller
Self-drive
14 days / 13 nights
4.6
May - Sep

Iceland Complete Classic

279773ISK

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Best seller
14 days / 13 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Complete Classic

279773ISK

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Join a guided small group

Explore Iceland with like-minded travellers and an experienced local guide with one of these small group tours.

Iceland
Best seller
Guided Groups
5 days / 4 nights
Apr - Sep

Scenic South Iceland

Geysers, Volcanoes & Glacier Lagoon

Pace Level Level 2 (Classic)
Activity Level Level 1 (Easy)

208841ISK

Eur

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Best seller
5 days / 4 nights
Apr - Sep

Scenic South Iceland

208841ISK

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Iceland
Best seller
Guided Groups
7 days / 6 nights
May - Sep

Highlights of the Ring Road

Pace Level Level 3 (Express)
Activity Level Level 1 (Easy)

350292ISK

Eur

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Best seller
7 days / 6 nights
May - Sep

Highlights of the Ring Road

350292ISK

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Iceland
Best seller
Guided Groups
10 days / 9 nights
May - Sep

Natural Wonders of Iceland

Pace Level Level 2 (Classic)
Activity Level Level 1 (Easy)

566172ISK

Eur

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10 days / 9 nights
May - Sep

Natural Wonders of Iceland

566172ISK

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Iceland
Guided Groups
14 days / 13 nights
Jun - Aug

Complete Iceland

Iceland Full Circle & The Westfjords

Pace Level Level 2 (Classic)
Activity Level Level 1 (Easy)

902293ISK

Eur

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14 days / 13 nights
Jun - Aug

Complete Iceland

902293ISK

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Enjoy a city break with day tours

Stay in Reykjavik and see the countryside on planned excursions. Here are some of our favourite multi-day tours.

Iceland
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Multi-Day Tours
6 days / 5 nights
Apr - Sep

Best of South Iceland

Golden Circle, South Coast & Blue Lagoon

159565ISK

Eur

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6 days / 5 nights
Apr - Sep

Best of South Iceland

159565ISK

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Iceland
Multi-Day Tours
4 days / 3 nights
Apr - Sep

Golden Circle Classic

Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon

113214ISK

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4 days / 3 nights
Apr - Sep

Golden Circle Classic

113214ISK

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Iceland
Multi-Day Tours
5 days / 4 nights
Apr - Sep

Classic South Coast

Golden Circle, South Coast & Blue Lagoon

144905ISK

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5 days / 4 nights
Apr - Sep

Classic South Coast

144905ISK

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Iceland
Multi-Day Tours
7 days / 6 nights
Apr - Sep

Best of South & North Iceland

Golden Circle, South Coast & Mývatn

234586ISK

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7 days / 6 nights
Apr - Sep

Best of South & North Iceland

234586ISK

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Travel with your own local guide

Experience Iceland’s famous sights and hidden gems on your terms with one of these privately guided tours.

Iceland
Best seller
Privately Guided
5 days / 4 nights
May - Sep

Scenic South Iceland - Private

447302ISK

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5 days / 4 nights
May - Sep

Scenic South Iceland - Private

447302ISK

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Iceland
Privately Guided
10 days / 9 nights
May - Sep

The Natural Wonders of Iceland - Private

1096727ISK

Eur

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10 days / 9 nights
May - Sep

The Natural Wonders of Iceland - Private

1096727ISK

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Iceland
Privately Guided
7 days / 6 nights
May - Sep

Highlights of the Ring Road - Private

724457ISK

Eur

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7 days / 6 nights
May - Sep

Highlights of the Ring Road - Private

724457ISK

ISK

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Iceland
Privately Guided
7 days / 6 nights
May - Sep

South Iceland at Leisure - Private

698224ISK

Eur

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7 days / 6 nights
May - Sep

South Iceland at Leisure - Private

698224ISK

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Stay longer and discover more

See more of the Icelandic countryside! If you have 14 days or more to spend in Iceland, here are our top picks.

Iceland
Best seller
Self-drive
14 days / 13 nights
4.6
May - Sep

Iceland Complete Classic

279773ISK

Eur

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Best seller
14 days / 13 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Complete Classic

279773ISK

ISK

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Iceland
Self-drive
17 days / 16 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Grand Tour

331133ISK

Eur

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17 days / 16 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Grand Tour

331133ISK

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Iceland
Self-drive
14 days / 13 nights
Apr - Sep

Iceland Full Circle at Leisure

228908ISK

Eur

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14 days / 13 nights
Apr - Sep

Iceland Full Circle at Leisure

228908ISK

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Iceland
Self-drive
21 days / 20 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Ultimate Adventure

445730ISK

Eur

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21 days / 20 nights
May - Sep

Iceland Ultimate Adventure

445730ISK

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Local travel agency

As a travel agency with offices in Reykjavík, Edinburgh and Stockholm, Nordic Visitor knows how to make the most of your time in Northern Europe. Choose from a variety of carefully curated tours that include must-see attractions as well as lesser-known highlights.

You can also make customisations to your itinerary by adding extra nights, optional activities, or upgrades to your tour. Or ask your personal travel consultant for advice and they will tailor your itinerary. This way you get a bespoke travel experience that is perfectly suited to you. 

Your dedicated travel consultant will arrange all the local details for you. You get accommodation, activities, transport, and other services included in your package. If you need to rework your itinerary, we’ll handle it for you, so you can relax and look forward to your getaway.

Different ways you can experience Iceland

We have tours for all varieties of travel styles and interests. See our options for exploring Iceland below.

What do our customers say?

The reviews speak for themselves. See what Nordic Visitor travellers said about their experience with us.

Jennifer, United States

Highlights of the Ring Road - Private, July 2021

10 out of 10 trip

Our family came with no expectations. We left with smiles and excitement. Everyone agreed the trip was 10/10.

Michael, United States

Iceland Full Circle Classic, June 2021

We had a great time

We had a great time. Good mixture of relaxation time, adventure, enjoying meeting new people and seeing new sites.

Lynn, United States

Scenic South Iceland, July 2021

Impressed by and thankful for quality service

My travel consultant, Thor, answered all my questions in a timely way and in as much detail as I needed. When he was on vacation, someone else checked his email and answered another question. Your travel material answered questions I didn't know to ask! Our guide, Snorri, was an Icelander and very knowledgeable about Iceland's history and culture. He was both personable and organized. I am more impressed, pleased, and thankful for the quality of service we received than I can adequately express. Perhaps most impressive was that Nordic Visitor arranged PCR tests for people on our tour who were unaware that this was needed to return home. Someone from the lab came to our hotel on the last day to test all those who needed it. That is true service.

Janis, United States

South & West Iceland Classic, July 2021

I will treasure the itinerary booklet provided

I felt we were able to see all the best of Iceland with the South and West Iceland Classic. It was wonderful having everything arranged for us and the itinerary book was so full of information that I will treasure it as I do my photos. Anita was wonderful to work with. She always answered all my questions promptly and relieved any anxiety I was feeling. I only wish I had gotten to meet her. But, due to covid, the office was not accessible.

Estelle, United States

Highlights of the Ring Road, July 2021

Our guide was the best

Our guide, Havar, was the best I've ever had. He was exceptional! It was hard for some of the passengers to reach you with some issues but he used his contacts and there was no problem.

Leslie, United States

Iceland Full Circle Classic, June 2021

Appreciated the detailed itinerary

We had a wonderful time and very much appreciated the detail itinerary provided. It provided helpful information for each day. The additional tours were also great additions. Our tour advisor was very responsive and helpful. We'd book through this company again.

Donald, United States

Natural Wonders of Iceland, July 2021

Wonderful tour

Wonderful tour. Our guide, Snorri, was superb. He was able to convey his intimate knowledge and enthusiasm for his country in an outstanding manner.

Janet, United States

Iceland Grand Tour, July 2021

We loved every minute of our trip

Nordic Visitor were a pleasure to work with! You were so responsive, listened to our requests, planned everything perfectly and ensured that we had a fantastic vacation. We loved every minute of our 17 day Grand Tour of Iceland - you did all of the work for us so all we had to do was enjoy it. Our tour gave us enough time to explore so many areas of your beautiful country. We want to return someday - and when we do, we will be calling Nordic Visitor again!

Travel Guide

Be prepared for just about anything on your Icelandic adventure.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ICELAND IN JUNE

Whatever you’re wondering about visiting Iceland in June, we’re here to answer your most commonly asked questions. Is June a good time to visit Iceland? Definitely! What can you visit during this time of year? Read below to find out all the details from our local travel experts.

How is Iceland in June?

Visiting Iceland during this summer month has many advantages.

Marking the start of summer holidays, June is a popular month to travel to Iceland. Not only that, but you get some of the best weather of the year as well as the longest days. Driving conditions are good and there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy.

What are the best things to do in Iceland in June?

There are so many exciting things to do in Iceland in June. As it’s summer and the weather is usually good, you can choose from many outdoor excursions.

Here are 10 of the best things to do in Iceland in June:

  • Drive the Ring Road around the island
  • Marvel at waterfalls
  • Hike in national parks
  • Dip in hot springs and pools
  • Go whale and puffin watching
  • See geothermal wonders and volcanoes
  • Roam the countryside on an Icelandic horse
  • Walk along black sand beaches
  • Venture off the beaten track
  • Admire glacier lagoons

Cultural events in June
June is a busy month when it comes to events and festivals in Iceland, meaning it is one of the best times to visit.

On the first weekend of the month, fishing villages across the country celebrate Seafarers’ Day (Sjómannadagurinn). You can also join locals in their national day, marked on the 17 June every year.

It is followed by a celebration of midsummer with solstice parties and bonfires. You could even attend the Secret Solstice music festival held yearly in Reykjavík.

Good to know: If you’re unsure about what you want to do in Iceland, don’t worry. Our Iceland experts are based in Reykjavík and know the country inside out. They’ll help you see Iceland your way, tailoring your itinerary by adding all the best excursions and experiences to suit you.



What are the best places to visit in Iceland in June?

The best places to visit in Iceland in June include waterfalls, hot springs, geothermal sites, glaciers and more. Because the weather tends to be good at this time of year, you’ll find that you can adventure yourself to remote corners of the country too.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Iceland in June:


You could also visit Greenland as part of your June tour with these Iceland and Greenland combination packages.



What is the weather like in Iceland in June?

As June is one of Iceland’s summer months, you might experience the best weather of the year. On average there are highs of 15°C (59°F) and lows of 8°C (46°F). There may be rainy and windy days.

Icelandic weather is unpredictable, so prepare for sun, wind and rain if you’re planning a trip for June!

What is the temperature in June?

The average temperature in Iceland in June is 11°C (52°F). The country can experience highs of 15°C (59°F) and lows of 8°C (46°F) at this time of year.

Does it snow in Iceland in June?

It is unlikely to snow in Iceland in June.



What are the driving conditions in Iceland in June?

A road trip in Iceland in June has its advantages. The roads are generally in good condition and there are plenty of daylight hours to explore. This means you could have long drive days to get from one destination to the next, or to make more stops along the way.

Since the weather is changeable in Iceland, it is important to come prepared. Make yourself aware of road safety precautions before you travel.

During your trip check weather and road conditions regularly. For your peace of mind, our team is on hand 24/7 should you need to get in touch at any point.

When you book a self-drive tour with Nordic Visitor, car rentals come with collision damage waiver, unlimited in-car Wi-Fi, and a hand-marked map of your route. You also get two named drivers on the insurance policy so you can share the driving with a travel companion.

What to pack for a trip to Iceland in June?

Iceland is famous for its ever-changing weather, so we advise that you be as prepared as possible. Even though June is a summer month, we recommend bringing warm and cooler layers to be ready for the different temperatures.

That way, come rain or shine, you can enjoy the natural beauty of the country.

Here is a list of packing essentials for your Iceland trip in June:

  • Short-sleeved shirts and lightweight layers
  • Fleece and lightweight wool jumpers
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket or shell layers
  • Waterproof trousers
  • Gloves
  • Scarves
  • Warm hat
  • Thermal underwear and socks

As well as these essentials, be sure to bring good sturdy walking or hiking boots depending on what activities you may want to enjoy. And, if you’re keen to experience the famous Blue Lagoon, remember to pack your swimwear.

What to wear in Iceland in June?

Icelanders have a saying: “There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing”.

As the weather is expected to be mild in June, we recommend layers. That way you can remove or add clothes depending on the day’s weather.

Make sure to bring some warm under layers as well as water and windproof outer layers. If you plan on visiting beaches, going for coastal walks and exploring national parks, you should wear some good hiking shoes or boots.

What are the daylight hours in Iceland in June?

In late June, as Iceland experiences the summer solstice, the sun barely sets over the horizon. This is a phenomenon called the midnight sun. This means you can expect around 20-22 hours of daylight at this time of year.

At the beginning of June, the sun rises at approximately 3:20 AM and sets at around 11:30 PM in Reykjavík. In Akureyri, in the north of Iceland, the sun rises even earlier, at 2:30 AM, and sets around 11:30 PM.

By the end of June, daylight hours in Iceland are even longer. In Reykjavík the sunrise takes place at about 3 AM and sunset at midnight. In Akureyri the sunrise occurs at around 2 AM and doesn’t set until well past midnight.

Can I see northern nights in Iceland in June?

In June, it is unlikely you’ll see the aurora borealis. This is because during the summer months there are few hours of proper darkness.

Visit between October and March to go on one of the northern lights tours available in Iceland. These allow you to go to quieter and more remote areas to (hopefully) enjoy the spectacle.



How to tour Iceland in June?

There are various ways to travel on your Iceland tour in June. Depending on your personal tastes, you could either go for a guided or self-guided vacation.

Take the wheel
For a self-guided journey through Iceland, you could opt for a road trip. There are many self-drive tour routes to choose from in June. For shorter stays we recommend driving along the South Coast or exploring the Snæfellsnes peninsula in the west.

If you have a week or more to spend in Iceland, drive around the Ring Road for a full loop of the country. This way you can visit virtually all the stunning corners of Iceland in one trip! You could even go off the beaten path in the Westfjords.

When you book a self-drive tour with Nordic Visitor, your car rental comes with collision damage waiver, unlimited in-car Wi-Fi, and a hand-marked map of your route. You also get two named drivers on the insurance policy so you can share the driving with a travel companion.



Join a small group tour
Discover Iceland with like-minded visitors as part of a small guided group tour. You’ll get to meet people from around the world and learn from the expertise of a local guide, who will show you the most beautiful and fascinating parts of Iceland.

Our small group tours of Iceland in June range from 5 to 14 days in duration, taking you to various locations in the country. You could visit the popular south coast or travel around the Iceland Ring Road for an in-depth tour.



Book a private guide
On the other hand, you might prefer to be accompanied by your very own local expert throughout your Iceland experience.

A privately guided tour is one of the most exclusive ways to see Iceland. You’ll have your own personal guide to show you the best locations and sites.



Go on a city break with day tours
If you prefer to be more independent, a great way to combine solo travel with guided excursions is a multi-day tour of Iceland.

Base yourself in one or two locations, such as Reykjavík and Akureyri, to explore Iceland’s highlights on day trips. You can fill your itinerary with as many tour-led activities as you wish!



Good to know: Whichever of these travel styles you choose, you’ll get all the signature Nordic Visitor benefits. These include access to our 24/7 helpline, a detailed personal itinerary, helpful travel guide and daily breakfast.

Nordic Visitor will book all your accommodation, and you can add extra nights and activities to your itinerary too.



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Whether you choose a guided tour or a self-drive vacation, all customers receive personalised service with a designated travel consultant, tailor-made quality travel documents, and our self-drive clients receive a hand-marked map that outlines their route, overnight stays and highlights along the way. Furthermore, Nordic Visitor has long-standing professional relationships with local tour operators, which are carefully selected by our staff and are recognized for consistent, quality service.

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  • 97% of customers say they’d recommend us to friends.
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