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Iceland has now lifted travel restrictions! Choose a multi-day Iceland tour package for the perfect balance between independent and guided travel. A local Iceland expert will arrange and book all your accommodation, day trips and transport for you.


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Golden Circle, South Coast & Blue Lagoon

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Golden Circle Classic - Winter

Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon & Northern Lights

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Best of South Iceland

Golden Circle, South Coast & Blue Lagoon

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Golden Circle, South Coast & Blue Lagoon

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Best of South & North Iceland - Winter

Golden Circle, South Coast & Lake Mývatn

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Golden Circle Classic

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Golden Circle, South Coast & Blue Lagoon

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Best of South & North Iceland

Golden Circle, South Coast & Mývatn

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Christmas & Northern Lights

Best of South Iceland

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Golden Circle Express - Winter

Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon & Northern Lights

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Snowmobiling, Ice Tunnel & Golden Circle

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Northern Lights Adventure in the Westfjords

Reykjavik, Northern Lights

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A New Year's to Remember

Northern Lights, Super Jeeps and NYE Party

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Snowmobiling, Ice Tunnel & Golden Circle

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Blue Lagoon Retreat, Glaciers & 4x4 Adventure

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New Year's in Iceland

Golden Circle, Northern Lights & NYE Party

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Christmas in Iceland

Reykjavik, Waterfalls, Northern Lights

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A Christmas to Remember

Super Jeeps, Glaciers & Blue Lagoon

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Island Hopping - Iceland & Greenland

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Northern Lights Adventure in the Highlands

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Best of Scandinavia & Iceland

Train, Cruise & Minibus

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Best of Scandinavia - Norway Cruise & Iceland

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Best of Scandinavia & Iceland - Winter

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Best of Scandinavia - Norway Cruise & Iceland - Winter

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About Your Iceland Tour Package

Experience the natural beauty of Iceland on one of these expertly crafted multi-day tours. Base yourself in a city – Reykjavík or Akureyri – and enjoy a selection of day trips to popular attractions. You’ll also have time at leisure to explore Iceland independently.

When you book a multi-day trip to Iceland with Nordic Visitor, you can expect:

• An authentic travel experience operated by a trusted local company
• A dedicated travel consultant who will arrange your entire tour
Expert local guides to escort you on planned excursions
Handpicked accommodation for a relaxing stay
24/7 phone support during your trip for peace of mind

Nordic Visitor has made it as easy as possible to plan your Iceland 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

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Plan your trip risk-free with Nordic Visitor's cancellation insurance. Add it to your booking to enjoy flexible terms and peace of mind. Purchase it with your package or secure it free of charge by booking a tour with 20% deposit or more. Terms & conditions apply.

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Trusted local travel experts

Established in 2002, Nordic Visitor is a leading Icelandic travel agency. Our local experts are based in Reykjavík and are passionate about Iceland. They’ll share their in-depth knowledge of the locations and activities on your itinerary to ensure that you have an unforgettable trip.

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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.

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You are in good hands

Relax knowing that there’s a travel expert on call 24/7 to handle any unforeseen situations during your trip. Whether it’s an unexpected event or weather issue, we’ll get in touch. We will re-book your accommodation and activities if needed, while keeping you safe and informed.

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Full financial protection

With Nordic Visitor, you have peace of mind knowing your tour arrangements with us are 100% financially protected. Your payments are safeguarded as we comply with European Union laws on Package Travel regulations. This guarantees you a refund in the unlikely event of insolvency.

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Customisable tour options

We know that your travel wish list is unique to you. So as well as having some activities included in your package, you’ll also be able to add extra excursions to your itinerary. Plus, you’ll find something to suit your preferred activity level from the wide range of day tours on offer.

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Hassle-free experience

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. So sit back and let Nordic Visitor plan your dream trip, including accommodation, excursions and local transport.

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Handpicked hotels

Rest easy knowing that you’ll sleep well in an accommodation that we have tested out and visited recently. Each of your hotels has been selected for its comfort, cleanliness and friendly atmosphere. And if you’d like to treat yourself to a room upgrade, your travel expert will advise you.

Our Multi-Day Tour Reviews

Here’s what some of our lovely past customers have to say about our multi-day tours of Iceland.

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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.

 

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CarrieUnited States

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 Multi-Day Trip Highlights

Admire breathtaking scenery and make lifelong memories as you experience Iceland’s top tours and attractions on these multi-day packages. Visit the Land of Fire and Ice and soon you could...

  • Stroll Reykjavík's trendy streets and embark on a whale-watching tour from the harbour
  • Luxuriate in the warm, mineral-rich waters of the Blue Lagoon or Mývatn Nature Baths
  • Tour the Golden Circle’s iconic sights: Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir and Þingvellir National Park
  • Discover the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, found just off Iceland’s Ring Road
  • Venture off the beaten path in the rugged Westfjords and try horse riding or ice fishing
  • Walk along the black sand beach at Reynisfjara, bordered by towering basalt columns
  • Take a glacier walk or snowmobile tour on Mýrdalsjökull, one of Iceland’s largest ice caps
  • Marvel at Krafla, an active volcano with nearby lava fields and bubbling mud pools
  • Head out on a northern lights safari from Akureyri, Iceland’s unofficial capital of the north

Frequently Asked Questions About
Multi-Day Iceland Tours

You may have a few questions before visiting Iceland on a multi-day tour package, so here we’ve collected the most commonly asked ones. If you’d like more in-depth information, check out this helpful Iceland Travel Guide.

It’s also good to know that when you choose Nordic Visitor, you can Book With Confidence, safe in the knowledge that your payments are protected. To find out about our booking process, payments and more, please read our FAQs and booking terms.

A multi-day tour is a travel package that includes all of your accommodation, transportation and excursions in Iceland.

Rather than booking each hotel, transfer and day tour separately, you can leave all the organising to your dedicated travel consultant. They are based in Reykjavík and will arrange everything on your behalf.

The great thing about multi-day vacation packages is that they combine independent travel with the benefit of escorted day trips. This is a fantastic option if you'd like to learn from expert guides by joining excursions, but also want some free time and flexibility.

Yes, 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 safe destination in Northern Europe.

Plus, with our 24/7 helpline, there is always someone available to assist you if anything unexpected crops up during your trip. We also recommend purchasing travel insurance that will cover you for local healthcare in case you need it.

You can enjoy a quick introduction to this beautiful country in as few as 4 or 5 days in Iceland. That said, for a more immersive experience, we recommend spending 1 week or more here.

There’s so much to see that you won’t want to miss out on Iceland’s many attractions and experiences. For instance, you could visit the natural wonders of the Golden Circle, the Blue Lagoon, and the glacier lakes on Iceland’s south coast.

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.

Check out the different trip options to see what suits you best. Plus, find out more in this blog on how many days you need in Iceland.

The must-do Iceland tours for you depend on what you’d like to see and how you’d like to experience the country. Most excursions on your multi-day tour will depart from Reykjavík or Akureyri. From here, head into the countryside where you’ll enjoy remarkable views at every turn.

So whether you opt for thrilling excursions or relaxed outings, soon you could be admiring spectacular waterfalls, glacier-topped volcanoes, and towering sea cliffs.

Unmissable tours and excursions in Iceland include:

  • • Exploring the famous Golden Circle route
  • • Soaking in hot springs or a geothermal spa, like the Blue Lagoon
  • • Sailing between icebergs on Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon
  • • Whale watching on a boat tour from Reykjavík or Akureyri
  • • Chasing the northern lights in winter

Top active Iceland tours include:

  • • Snorkelling between two tectonic plates, in the Silfra fissure
  • • Ice caving within Vatnajökull glacier
  • • Experiencing Þórsmörk Nature Reserve on a hiking or jeep tour
  • • Snowmobiling on Langjökull glacier
  • • Riding a charming Icelandic horse in Mosfellsdalur valley

For more inspiration and detailed information about activities, check out this guide to the best tours and day trips in Iceland.

The Golden Circle is a popular sightseeing route in South Iceland. The “circle” is a 230-kilometre (140-mile) loop that begins and ends in Reykjavík.

The route’s top attractions include Gulfoss waterfall, the Geysir geothermal area and Þingvellir National Park. Happily, a day trip from Reykjavík will give you plenty of time to see all three.

Absolutely! Although Iceland’s summer weather can be mild, you’ll find glaciers here year-round. So prepare to be enchanted by these natural wonders, whether they’re blanketed in snow or their crevasses and striking ice formations are exposed.

During the summer season – from May to September – you can experience the country’s glaciers for yourself on these excursions:

  • • Hiking on Sólheimajökull and Svínafellsjökull glaciers
  • • Snowmobiling on Langjökull glacier
  • • Journeying inside Langjökull glacier on the “Into the Glacier” tour
  • • Taking a boat trip or kayaking on a glacier lagoon
  • • Flying over Iceland’s glaciers and volcanoes on a helicopter ride

If you’re keen to try ice caving in Iceland, then it’s best to visit from November to March. This is because the ice caves melt during the summer months, before reforming in winter.

Why not ask your dedicated travel consultant about adding one of these thrilling outings to your Iceland summer tour package? Plus, discover more ways to experience Iceland’s glaciers and read this guide to Iceland in summer to find out more.

Iceland is brimming with jaw-dropping landscapes, popular attractions and hidden gems. And while this makes the Land of Fire and Ice an exciting place to visit, it can leave you spoiled for choice when deciding where to go.

These are some of the best places to go in Iceland to get you started:

  • • Reykjavík
  • • Blue Lagoon
  • • Golden Circle route
  • • Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon
  • • Seljalandsfoss waterfall
  • • Lake Mývatn
  • • Akureyri
  • • Vík
  • • Snæfellsnes
  • • Vatnajökull National Park
     

And to find out what to expect in each of Iceland’s stunning regions, check out this complete guide to Iceland travel.

Yes, it’s best to book any Iceland day tours well in advance of your trip.

Making arrangements before you go means that you won’t miss out if your preferred excursions are full once you arrive. Plus, if you travel with Nordic Visitor, you’ll have your own local travel expert who’ll make all your tour reservations on your behalf as part of a complete package. This way you can have a completely hassle-free trip.

There are also other ways to explore Iceland. For example, you could opt for a guided small group trip, travelling with up to 16 like-minded adventurers. Or if you like doing your own thing, consider a privately guided package or a self-drive tour of Iceland.

Iceland is stunning all year round, so the best time to visit depends on what you’d like to see and do on your trip.

Summer in Iceland is from May to September. And this is the time to travel if you’d like to enjoy mild temperatures and take advantage of long daylight hours.

Not only is the scenery at its most lush during summer, but there are also more wildlife-watching opportunities. Plus, this time of year is perfect for joining locals in their tradition of swimming in one of Reykjavík’s geothermal pools, followed by ice cream.

If you time your visit for the height of summer – June, July and August – you’ll get to experience the midnight sun. This natural phenomenon is when it stays light late into the night. So you’ll find this is a great time to come to Iceland if you want to maximise your time outdoors, soaking up the scenery.

On the other hand, we recommend travelling in winter if you’re seeking the northern lights. This is because the Icelandic winter – October to March – brings the best aurora-spotting conditions.

The dark skies at this time of year make it much easier to see the striking lights of the aurora. And the long nights provide you with more opportunities to glimpse the northern lights.

It’s not all about the aurora borealis though. The winter season is also ideal for soaking up the festive atmosphere on a Christmas or New Year trip to Iceland. Plus, the country’s rugged landscapes look just as jaw-dropping dusted in snow as they do in summer.

Read this complete guide to the best time to visit Iceland for more advice about when you should travel.

The winter months – from October to March – are the best time of year to see the northern lights in Iceland.

This is because the nights are at their darkest and longest in winter. Indeed, winter’s dark skies are key to spotting the aurora, as the dancing lights are easily seen against the backdrop of night.

The aurora borealis is a natural phenomenon. So while sightings can’t be guaranteed, you’ll have a better chance of glimpsing the northern lights when you join an expert-led outing.

Choose a multi-day tour in winter, and you could enjoy a guided aurora hunt as part of your trip. You can also take a look at this full range of Iceland northern lights tour packages if you’d like to make seeing them the focus of your winter getaway.

Learn more about the best time and place to see the northern lights in Iceland in this blog. And check out this handy aurora borealis travel guide for hints and tips, such as how to photograph this incredible spectacle.

Yes, you can select the start date that suits you from a variety of itineraries that let you travel year-round in Iceland.

Make the most of summer’s better weather and longer daylight hours by choosing a tour from May to September. Or if you’d rather experience Iceland in winter, opt for start dates between October and April.

Once you’ve decided whether you’d like to travel in summer or winter, simply select the departure that works for you. You’ll find up-to-date availability for the tour you’re interested in on its online calendar.

Absolutely, you can personalise your itinerary by choosing from a variety of optional activities. For example, you can pick from excursions including food tours of Reykjavík, super jeep outings and wildlife-watching boat trips.

You could also opt to extend your stay in Iceland with extra nights in Reykjavík at the start or end of your trip. This is ideal if you would like more time to explore the city’s cultural highlights independently.

If you have something specific in mind for your trip, don’t hesitate to contact us and a dedicated travel consultant will help plan your dream adventure.

We recommend checking what flights are available before booking your trip. That said, it’s best to hold off on purchasing them until your travel consultant has confirmed your tour package.

Waiting until your tour is finalised will let you pick flights that suit your itinerary. Plus, it will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you might have about the arrangements for your arrival or departure.

The weather in Iceland is known for being changeable, so even if you’re travelling in summer, it’s best to be prepared for all conditions.

We always recommend packing warm layers and waterproofs. This way, come rain or shine, you’ll be comfortable when you’re out and about soaking up Iceland’s natural beauty.

It’s good to know that on some of your guided excursions in nature, a short walk may be the best way to make the most of your visit. So, as well as weatherproof layers, be sure to bring sturdy walking boots or shoes.

If you’ve chosen an excursion that requires special equipment, then this will be provided. For example, on a guided glacier hike you’ll be given, and taught how to use, crampons and an ice axe. Plus, your personal itinerary will detail any essential items needed for each activity on your trip.

Here is an all-season Iceland packing list for your multi-day tour:

  • Walking boots or shoes with good grip
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers
  • Insulated jacket
  • Woollen or fleece jumpers
  • Seljalandsfoss waterfall
  • Thermal base layers
  • Warm hat, scarf and gloves
  • Warm hiking socks
  • Rucksack
  • Sunglasses
  • Swimwear
  • Quick-drying travel towel
     

You can also check out this blog on what to pack for your trip to Iceland for more tips and advice.

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