Top Vacation Packages in Iceland
It's easy to enjoy the adventure of a lifetime in the 'Land of Fire and Ice'. Just choose from our most popular packages. Your Iceland vacation will feature a tried-and-tested mix of amazing sights such as plunging waterfalls, black sand beaches and iceberg-studded lagoons.
Book with confidence
Plan your Iceland tour with peace of mind
Travel in safety
Visit one of the world’s safest countries
Trusted local travel experts
Professional service from trusted local experts
We are proud of our service quality and great reviews
Value for money
Exceptional value at excellent prices
We plan your whole trip and 24-hour help is on hand
Customisable tour options
Our packages are customisable to your needs
You are in good hands
While on your journey, help is never out of reach
Full financial protection
Your payments are protected with financial safety as standard
20 tours available
5 days / 4 nights
Apr - Sep
Scenic South Iceland
Geysers, Volcanoes & Glacier Lagoon
About Your Iceland Vacation
Look forward to an exceptional tour of Iceland, where all the details are expertly planned and arranged, leaving you to enjoy Iceland’s natural attractions and charming towns and cities. When you book an Iceland vacation package with Nordic Visitor, you can expect:
• A dedicated local travel consultant who’ll arrange your trip
• A personal itinerary with all the details arranged
• 24/7 phone support during your adventure for peace of mind
• Seasonal tour itineraries for summer and winter
It’s easy to book an unforgettable vacation with Nordic Visitor. To start your Icelandic adventure, just follow these simple steps:
1. Pick your favourite Nordic Visitor tour
2. Confirm (or customise) your package
3. Check your confirmation email
4. Book your flights
5. Get ready for your trip
Why choose Nordic Visitor
Book with confidence
Plan your Iceland trip risk-free with our special Book With Confidence programme. Book before 21 October 2020 and you’ll get free cancellation insurance and one free change of arrival dates. We’ll also pay for your initial Covid-19 test at Keflavík Airport.
Travel in safety
The Icelandic government is managing the outbreak of Covid-19 with rigorous tracing, testing and an isolation strategy, testing more citizens than any other country. We have had among the lowest number of Covid-19 cases in Europe.
Trusted local travel experts
Established in 2002, Nordic Visitor is an award-winning travel agency based in Iceland. Our local experts live in Iceland, and travel extensively across the country. They have in-depth knowledge of the attractions, locations and activities you'll want on your itinerary.
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
When you book with us, you will secure fantastic hotel rates and benefit from our network of trusted suppliers. We work with our partners to create the best quality tours and choose comfortable rooms with excellent beds.
Save on time and effort as we take care of all the practicalities for you and book from our trusted suppliers. You will receive a comprehensive itinerary and accommodations that have been inspected for both comfort and quality standards.
Customisable tour options
Nordic Visitor packages are created with your wish list in mind, so whether you’d like some extra nights or a special diversion to a must-see attraction, we’ll create your perfect travel itinerary.
You are in good hands
Unexpected weather or events? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We will rework your itinerary as well as update your accommodation and re-book activities, all while keeping you safe and informed. Our emergency 24/7 helpline means we’re only a call away.
Full financial protection
With Nordic Visitor, you have peace of mind knowing your holiday arrangements with us are 100% financially protected. Your payments are safeguarded with an insurance protection that guarantees you a refund in the unlikely event of insolvency.
Iceland Vacation Reviews
Hear from our valued visitors on what they loved about our Iceland packages.
Amy and KevinUnited States
We booked this tour of Iceland as our honeymoon. Most people in the USA book tropical vacations, however we wanted... read more
We booked this tour of Iceland as our honeymoon. Most people in the USA book tropical vacations, however we wanted something adventurous and more memorable. Iceland and this trip exceeded our expectations in every way. The country is incredible and words cannot describe its beauty. Nordic Visitor did a fantastic job of booking all of our hotels/guesthouses. We were so thankful for the maps and printed out information. This was the trip of a lifetime and if money permits, we'd LOVE to come back someday. Thank you!!!
I absolutely loved the travel documents. It made the trip so easy and smooth. The packet was so informative and I... read more
I absolutely loved the travel documents. It made the trip so easy and smooth. The packet was so informative and I loved the map to be able to see what was along our route so we could plan our stops along the route before hand. This was the easiest trip I have ever gone on. I've booked many trips through different travel agencies and none have ever gone this smooth. I wish you were everywhere so I'd never have to use another agency. (More of Europe, Africa, Australia South America, ect).
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Popular Package Highlights
Each day is an opportunity to visit beautiful attractions and make wonderful memories. Book your package and you could soon…
- Feel the thundering power of Gullfoss waterfall on your Golden Circle adventure
- Treat yourself to a soothing dip in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon and Lake Myvatn Nature Baths
- Walk alongside huge shining ‘diamonds’ on the iconic Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon
- Experience a thrilling whale watching excursion from the charming fishing village of Húsavík
- Taste delicious locally sourced Icelandic cuisine in the colourful capital city Reykjavík
- Hunt down the aurora borealis on an optional guided northern lights super jeep tour
- Hike up the hilly paths of Þingvellir National Park to get to breathtakingly picturesque viewpoints
- Spot flocks of nesting birds on Látrabjarg, the biggest sea cliff in Iceland
Iceland Trip Advice
Excited to start your Icelandic adventure? Get ready with travel tips from our local experts.
Frequently Asked Questions
About Iceland Vacations
You might have a few questions about booking your tour, or want to know more about Iceland before you visit. We’ve collected the most asked queries and answered them to save you time. Explore our handy travel guide for more information on attractions and areas, and read our FAQs for in-depth booking and payment information.
Iceland is the most peaceful country in the world according to the Global Peace Index. This, coupled with the extremely low crime rate, means that Iceland is a safe country to travel around. Should you encounter unexpected events though, you can always contact us via our 24/7 help line. The number is included in the travel documents issued ahead of your travels.
Considered a stunning country with beautiful attractions by the likes of Conde Nast Traveler, Iceland has won multiple accolades for its amazing sightseeing and warm hospitality. More reasons to visit Iceland include it being a country that is easy to travel through, with friendly English-speaking locals, excellent driving routes and visitor-friendly attractions.
Yes, English is widely spoken in Iceland and it is taught as a second language in schools. When you visit Iceland you won’t struggle to speak English to the locals but, should you want to practise some Icelandic phrases, here are some useful ones:
- Yes - Já
- No - Nei
- Hi / Hello - Hæ / Halló
- Goodbye - Bless
- Thank you - Takk
Learn more in our Icelandic languages and phrases guide.
The best way for you to see Iceland depends on when you want to visit and which attractions you want to see. If you want added privacy and independence on your trip then a self-drive tour would suit you best. This way, you get the freedom that comes from having your own vehicle and the opportunity to set your pace and spend as long as you want at each location. You’re also able to travel further afield for tasty restaurants.
Another great way to travel is with a guided small group, as you’ll get to see Iceland with a local and experience the country from their perspective as well as enjoy their hidden gem locations. As well as this, your guide looks after all the driving, leaving you to sit back and look forward to the next stunning location.
For added privacy and the opportunity to have an expert guide to yourself or your travelling party, choose a privately guided tour. You get to enjoy the personal one-to-one travel experience but also keep the autonomy of self-drive tours as you get to set the pace and tailor your tour to fit your travel wish list.
For more information on the best way to see Iceland, get in touch with our travel consultants.
The aurora borealis is a seasonal attraction, since the dark conditions of winter make the northern lights more vivid. Therefore we advise visiting between October and March for the best chance of viewing the aurora borealis in Iceland.
Get more insider tips on chasing them down in our northern lights guide.
There’s no set amount of time to spend on your visit to Iceland, but for an opportunity to see the main attractions, like Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and Goðafoss Waterfall we’d advise that you spend at least 7 or 8 days in Iceland. That said, if you have a limited amount of time to visit, we’ve got short break itineraries that fit as many areas and attractions into as few as 4 or 5 days.
For a longer leisurely trip around Iceland, consider taking 10-14 days to explore Iceland’s many natural attractions and charming coastal towns. If you stay longer you’ll be able to spend more time in each area and immerse yourself in the local culture.
You can drive around Iceland with ease providing you follow local road rules and laws. You drive on the right-hand side of the road in Iceland, and like other parts of Northern Europe, passengers must wear seat belts. Motorists are obliged to use headlights at all times and the speed limit is 50 km/h or less in city and residential areas. Read our guide on how to drive in Iceland for driving laws, road hazards and useful links.
When you book a self-drive tour with Nordic Visitor, we provide the perfect road trip experience and look after all of the small details such as booking the accommodation and organising the itinerary and activities. As well as this, all of your car rental and insurances are organised for you so all you need to do is buckle up and choose the perfect soundtrack to your adventure.
For more information, check out our guide to on how long it takes to drive around Iceland.
Iceland is a great country for a family trip with its abundance of natural beauty and activities. There are some tours that better suit families though, such as, self-drive packages that couple the flexibility of driving with all the conveniences of having your route and hotels planned for you. Contact your travel consultant about the best family-friendly restaurants and activities in Iceland and they can tailor your journey accordingly.
Yes, you can choose your ideal arrival dates when you book a Nordic Visitor tour. We have a wide range of arrival options depending on the package and season. Our packages are all available to purchase online so you can choose the best dates for you. If you’ve already got a tour but now need to change your dates, contact your travel consultant as soon as possible to rearrange your package.
We recommend that you book your package to secure your preferred dates before buying your flights. Of course, you can check over flights so that you have a better idea on the dates for flying.
By booking your travel package first, you get introduced to your dedicated travel consultant and you will receive all of your tour information, meaning you can make a more informed choice when organising flights in and out of Iceland. If you have any questions you can always contact your consultant for advice.
Iceland has so many sightseeing highlights and locations that planning can seem endless, especially when you’re deciding the way you want to travel.
We suggest you start by deciding the time of year you'd like to visit, as this will affect the attractions you can see. For instance if you’re keen to explore the central highlands, then you’ll need to book an Iceland summer vacation. From there, have a think about whether you want a tour with independence and flexibility (like a self-drive or multi-day tour) or whether you’d prefer a guided tour where you’re taken to each attraction privately or with a small group. After this, you would need to research and book the local hotels you’d like to stay at and arrange any attraction tickets and passes.
However, for the sake of convenience and enjoyment, purchasing a Nordic Visitor tour would save you not only time and hassle, but also give you a travel experience that’s been created by a local who knows all the best hotels, attractions, and routes. When you travel on a Nordic Visitor package, we take care of all the details so that you don’t have to.
Considered one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, Iceland is an island country with a wealth of stunning views and attractions. There are also plenty of things to do and in the space of a few hours you could be exploring crashing waterfalls, endless lava fields and active geysers. For an amazing time, add these to your list:
- Blue Lagoon: Relax in famously soothing mineral rich waters
- Golden Circle: Explore waterfalls, active geysers and more natural attractions
- Ring Road: Travel the expanse of Iceland on this renowned route
- Reykjavik: Wander around colourful streets and try the delicious local fare in the many cafes and restaurants
- Central Highlands: Take a guided 4x4 super-jeep tour to see vast uninhabited mountains and wilderness
- Þingvellir National Park: Visit the location of Iceland’s first parliament and swim between continental plates in the Silfra fissure
Discover more of the best things to do in Iceland and other travel inspiration on our blog
The cost of visiting Iceland depends on the type of tour you’re taking and for how long. Due to this, your vacation could cost anywhere between $2,000 or $20,000 depending on the package and how many are in your party.
While we can’t guarantee how much day-to-day costs will be, we can assure you that Nordic Visitor tours provide excellent value with packages all including hotel stays with a hearty breakfast, vehicles, guides (if applicable), itineraries and transfers from the airport to Reykjavik as well.
All our packages are customisable and, depending on the tour, you can add extra days and experiences to your itinerary. Self-drive tours allow you to spend as much time as you want at each location along your route and travel off the beaten path for restaurants and our hidden gem recommendations.
Another flexible travel option is taking a multi-day tour. On these packages you explore Reykjavik as you please but benefit from an expert guide on day tours and excursions that will take you to the Golden Circle attractions and many more sightseeing locations.
Small group tour activities are pre-booked in advance to give you a great rate and can be customised by adding days before or after your tour. Depending on the itinerary, you can also add activities like city tours and whale watching.
Privately guided tours of Iceland combine the best of self-drive tours and group packages as you have a local guide to take you to all your attractions and share their favourite spots.
Every itinerary is created to give you amazing memories by taking you to the best attractions and areas in Iceland, so whether you want to course the Icelandic highlands or have a spa break in the Blue Lagoon, we have a tour for you. However, if there’s something you want to do or an area you want to visit then contact your dedicated travel consultant and they’ll try to fit it into your journey.
The weather in Iceland is as changeable as its striking landscape, so when you visit we highly recommend you pack for varying climates. Another top tip is to pack for the attractions and activities you’ll visit, such as bringing along swimming costumes for the Blue Lagoon. What you pack will also depend on the season you visit; with winter temperatures reaching as low as 0.8°C (33.4°F), it would be best to bring plenty of warm layers. Here are our top recommendations on what to bring to Iceland:
- A lightweight jacket or wool sweater
- Waterproof jacket and trousers
- Sensible footwear with good grip
- Gloves, scarves and thermal socks
- A swimsuit and quick-dry towel
- Sunscreen and bug repellent in the summer months
- An insulated coat, thermal layers and long johns in the winter months
- A flask for hot drinks
For more ideas on what you’ll need on your tour, read our packing guide.
Looking to book but have a few questions about visiting Iceland? Wanting to add on an activity to your package? Get in touch with our friendly team.
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