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About Your Multi-Day Tour
Experience the natural beauty of Iceland on one of our expertly crafted multi-day tours, where you’ll enjoy the freedom of solo travel combined with the local knowledge of an Icelandic guide and the company of like-minded adventurers. When you book a multi-day tour with Nordic Visitor, you can expect:
• An authentic travel experience operated by a trusted local company
• A dedicated travel consultant who will arrange your tour
• An expert local guide to escort you and offer unique insights on planned excursions
• Handpicked accommodation for a restful and peaceful stay
• 24/7 phone support during your adventure for peace of mind
• Nordic Visitor has made it as easy as possible to plan your escorted tour.
Start your journey by following these simple steps:
1. Pick your favourite Nordic Visitor tour
2. Confirm your package
3. Check your confirmation email
4. Book your flights
5. Get ready for your trip
Why choose Nordic Visitor
Trusted local travel experts
Established in 2002, Nordic Visitor is a leading travel agency made up of Iceland travel experts who have a personal connection to the land and culture. Our local English-speaking experts are passionate about their homeland and know the best routes and hidden gems, making your itinerary an unforgettable journey.
Nordic Visitor is dedicated to the best service quality, and this is reflected year after year when TripAdvisor awards us with their Certificate of Excellence. We also take great pride in our customer feedback: 97% of our travellers say they would recommend us to friends and family.
Value for money
By booking with us, you benefit from our network of trusted guides, hotels and you can trust that we leave no stone unturned when finding excellent quality tours and rooms. Our tours also include a tasty daily breakfast and all of your attraction entrance fees meaning you have less to worry about and more time to enjoy Iceland.
Our travel experts pride themselves in taking out the stress of travel for you by planning and booking every aspect of the trip before you even arrive. When you touch down, you’ll have all of your tickets and even a personalised map highlighted with recommendations ready for you to experience and enjoy.
Customisable tour options
We know that your travel wish list is unique to you, so we’re happy to add days and activities to either side of your multi-day tour to tailor the journey to your taste. We guarantee small group tours as well, with no more than 19 passengers, meaning a more agile and flexible sightseeing experience.
You are in good hands
Your safety is paramount so one of our Reykjavik-based travel experts is on call 24/7 to handle any unforeseen situations during your trip. Whatever the weather or situation, our local team will touch base with you, rework your itinerary and move your accommodation to keep you secure on your journey.
Established and award-winning, Nordic Visitor has a tried and trusted online payment system for ease of use. All you need is an initial deposit and you can rest assured your preferred dates are reserved.
Our Multi-Day Tour Reviews
Here’s what some of our lovely past customers have to say about our multi-day tours of Iceland.
Carol & CarlUnited States
Nordic Visitor Tours hit every mark of what we wanted to see in less than a week and we may go back in colder weather... read more
Nordic Visitor Tours hit every mark of what we wanted to see in less than a week and we may go back in colder weather to see a different look of the country side. We were provided with a beautiful booklet showing each day’s events with photos, etc. We opted for hotels with private facilities and the two we stayed in were exceptionally clean. Food is wonderful in Reykjavik and outlying areas we stopped in while traveling. Everybody speaks English (our native language) so it made our trip more relaxing. We were fortunate to have chosen one of the few weeks in Iceland this summer that had little to no rain...which meant we over packed but at least we were prepared for anything. Nordic Visitor Tours is an amazing company to work with for travel and we have used many others in the past. I recommend you contact them and be amazed at their in-depth care they take for their clients.
I have told everyone I know about what a great service you provide. As a single traveler it is very comforting to... read more
I have told everyone I know about what a great service you provide. As a single traveler it is very comforting to have complete confidence everything has been taken care of. I don't believe my experience would have been so rewarding if you hadn't been my guide. Nordic Visitor met and exceeded every expectation I had. Thank you SO much.
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Your Iceland Tour Highlights
Experience the best tours and attractions of Iceland on our flexible multi-day packages, where you will see striking views and make priceless memories. Your next travel adventure could see you...
- Walk the quaint streets of the capital city Reykjavík and go whale watching from the harbour
- Bathe in the hot healing waters of the famous Blue Lagoon
- Explore the famous Golden Circle route to see the thundering waterfall Gullfoss, Geysir eruptions and much more
- Search for the colourful, dancing northern lights against a beautiful wintry backdrop
- See wondrous south coast waterfalls, such as Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss
- Take an optional glacier hike along Sólheimajökull, a branch of Mýrdalsjökull, the fourth largest glacier in Iceland
- Hike through Iceland’s beautiful national parks – Vatnajökull, Þingvellir and Snæfellsjökull
- Photograph the jagged basalt columns and sweeping black sands of Reynisfjara beach
- Visit the unofficial capital of North Iceland, Akureyri and stop off at the volcano made Lake Mývatn
Advice About Multi-Day Tours
Can’t wait to begin your tour of Iceland? We’d suggest reading our travel guide for our top tips and ideas.
Frequently Asked Questions
About Multi-Day Tours in Iceland
We’ve collected the most commonly asked questions and queries about our Iceland multi-day tours just in case you want to know more about when is best to book and where you will want to visit. If you’re looking for in-depth information about the what to pack and the climate, then please read our handy Travel Guide or see our general FAQs for information on the booking process, payments and more.
A multi-day tour is a travel package that combines independent travel with the benefit of escorted day tours with a knowledgeable local guide. Plus all of your accommodation, transportation and tours are pre-planned and arranged for you.
This is a fantastic option if you want to learn from expert guides and join day trips or excursions, but also want some free time and flexibility.
You recieve similar service on our guided group tours, but you travel with up to 16 like-minded adventurers.
If you like doing your own thing while travelling, consider a self-drive tour.
Few people are aware that Iceland is one of the world’s safest countries, with low levels of crime and road accidents. Add first-rate emergency services and health care systems and you have a worry-free destination. As an island in Northern Europe, Iceland has few security concerns.
Of course, rugged natural landscapes and wintry weather bring the usual amount of risks, so we always advise that you read up on weather conditions before you arrive to tour Iceland. We also strongly recommend that all visitors purchase travel insurance to provide health coverage in case of any slips or falls.
You can enjoy a quick introduction to Iceland in as few as four or five days, but for a more immersive experience, we recommend you spend a week or more here. There’s so much to see – from the natural wonders of the Golden Circle to the Blue Lagoon in the Reykjanes Peninsula – that you won’t want to miss out on the many attractions and experiences.
The pace you travel also matters, as you do not want to feel rushed during your visit. That's why our multi-day packages have been crafted and tested by our local travel specialists to ensure a fulfilling visit every time.
Look at the different options to see what suits you best. You can always customise a tour if you contact your dedicated consultant.
Iceland is stunning all year round, so the best time to visit really depends on the attractions you want to see and the season that suits you. If you’re travelling to Iceland to hunt the northern lights, then we’d recommend you visit between October and March, as there’s higher visibility during these months.
The aurora season coincides with wintry conditions, though, so be ready for snowfall and brisk temperatures. Learn handy tips for aurora spotting by reading our northern lights guide.
If you’re keen on a trip with a milder climate, then visit in the summer. The days are longer, with midnight sun for a few weeks. And attractions such as Thingvellir National Park are lush and green, and you can see more of the highlands of Iceland.
Any list of must-see destinations you shouldn’t miss probably includes the Golden Circle, the classic Icelandic tour that includes the geysir Strokkur, as well as the multi-step waterfall Gullfoss and Þingvellir National Park.
Many people consider the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa to be an essential place to visit. The famous milky blue waters are said to be good for the skin, and it’s well worth a visit for some relaxation. Get in touch with your travel consultant if you’re keen to experience this, and they will help you plan a trip there and back via coach with regular timings for convenience.
Further along the South Coast, Reynisfjara beach boasts countless photo opportunities. The beach is one of the most famous in Iceland and is made up of black volcanic sand and jagged basalt columns called the Reynisdrangar sea stacks.
We advise that you check flights for times and prices, then book your package on our website to secure it. Once your tour is confirmed by email, purchase your flights. If you have missed out on specific flight dates, please get in touch with us to change the dates of your tour as soon as possible.
If you want to witness the majesty of the northern lights, aka the aurora borealis, they are most often seen between the months of October and March. While November to February have longer nights to see this naturally occurring phenomenon, it’s worth considering that the skies may not be quite as clear during these months.
Due to the unpredictable nature of the northern lights, we unfortunately cannot promise you will see them on our tours. But the aurora is a natural marvel that continues to inspire awe and delight, and is definitely worth putting on your travel wishlist. And there’s still the many stunning glaciers and active geysirs of Iceland to see along the way.
Read our northern lights guide for sighting and photography advice.
It all depends on what you want to see or how you wish to travel. One of the most popular day trips from Reykjavik is the Golden Circle tour, which is a firm favourite because it lets you see several iconic attractions in one day.
As well as this, all of our multi-day tours include a trip to the stunning Blue Lagoon, arguably the world’s most famous hot spring.
Tours of South Iceland deliver remarkable views at every other turn, with spectacular waterfalls, black sand beaches and gigantic glaciers.
Other popular ideas include walking tours in the heart of Reykjavik. And in the winter, an evening trip to chase the northern lights is not to be missed.
The waters of the Blue Lagoon will not ruin your swimsuit or cause the material to warp or discolour. However, we do recommend giving it a rinse in cold water before you leave to wash out any mineral or silica residue.
If you’ve forgotten to bring your swimwear to Iceland, then don’t worry – you can rent one for around 700 ISK or buy a new one in the shop. There, you’ll also find other goodies to take home like mineral facemasks and mud scrubs.
The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route that encompasses several top sights such as Gullfoss waterfall, the geothermally active geysir Strokkur and Þingvellir National Park, the site of the world's first parliament. The “circle” refers to the fact that this roughly 230-kilometre route is often done as a loop, starting and ending in Reykjavik.
The best way of seeing and exploring glaciers is on our glacier hike tours. They require you to walk on uneven craggy surfaces and can only be conducted with an experienced and licensed guide present to teach you how to “ice walk”. As well as this, you’re required to wear sturdy walking boots and safety equipment which the guide will bring.
Another option where you can experience an Ice Cave is the “Into The Glacier” experience where you explore Langjökull. This is a man-made ice tunnel created under the special supervision of scientists to make a realistic “glacier cave.” You’ll still feel the cold though, so remember to wrap up warm while your guide tells you about the tunnel. For more information, read our first-hand guide.
The summer months are mild and often sunny but don’t get hot enough to melt all of the snow and ice in Iceland. You can certainly still enjoy glacier viewings well into the summer.
Our optional glacier walks are available all year around, from Sólheimajökull glacier which is an outlet from Mýrdalsjökull glacier (the fourth largest glacier in Iceland). You can book this by getting in touch with your travel consultant.
We’re here to help you make your Iceland dreams a reality. Whether you want to know more about our tours, or add extra days and activities, get in touch with our friendly team.
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+354 578 20 80
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