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Winter Special Offer for You My Friend

What could be better than having the time of your life during a day out in Iceland’s pristine wintery nature? Getting a good deal on that day out! Travelling around Iceland in the winter is a unique experience. The landscapes are more dramatic than ever in their icy winter costume and the arctic night feels almost magical, especially when the northern lights are out. There are so many tours available to choose from, but we’ve gathered some of our favourite ways to spend a winter’s day in Iceland, now available on a Winter Special Offer.

Golden Circle & Secret lagoon

The Golden Circle is one of the most popular natural attractions in Iceland – and for a good reason! You’ll see some of the most important sites of Iceland’s history since Viking times, as well as the natural spectacle of the Gullfoss waterfall and the erupting geysers of the Geysir geothermal area. The best way to experience this must-see attraction is to travel in a small group, allowing for greater intimacy with nature. Finally, a visit to the Secret Lagoon thermal pool takes your day from good to great. Immerse yourself in the soothing warm water of Iceland, surrounded by a natural geothermal area.
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The Wonders of Snæfellsnes

Snæfellsnes peninsula is one of the most enchanting places in Iceland. Verdant farmlands and picturesque fishing villages are only a stone’s throw from the Snæfellsnes national park with its lava fields and black beaches. Above it all sits the Snæfellsjökull glacier, atop an active volcano. The glacier was famously the entrance to the centre of the earth in Jules Verne’s sci-fi classic. The day wouldn't be complete without some local interaction and a home-cooked meal after a long day of exploring.
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Golden Circle & Langjökull Glacier in a Superjeep

Þingvellir national park, Gullfoss waterfall, and Geysir geothermal area. These are the most famous sights on the ever-popular Golden Circle, each more impressive than the last. Travelling in a small group in a superjeep is a great way to explore Iceland’s volcanic nature. These vehicles can traverse Iceland’s rocky terrain with ease, so why not find out what they can do? Take Iceland’s highland roads up to the edge of Langjökull glacier, Iceland’s second-largest ice cap.
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Fly to Lake Mývatn

Take an early morning flight from Reykjavík to the north of Iceland and explore the incredible natural world of lake Mývatn. Visit the stunning Goðafoss waterfall and the pseudo-craters of Skútustaðagígar. See the bubbling cauldrons of mud at the Hverir mud pools, the rock formations of Dimmuborgir lava fields and Grjótagjá canyon, of Game of Thrones fame. Before your return flight to Reykjavík, visit the Mývatn Nature Baths and immerse yourself in the luxurious warm water.
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South Coast and Glacier Hike

Iceland’s south coast is a stunning landscape featuring everything from powerful waterfalls to placid lakes, vibrant nature and black sand deserts, endless lava fields and icy glaciers. The two most famous waterfalls of the south coast are Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, two waterfalls flowing over the edge of the Eyjafjöll mountains. Witnessing the force of the waterfalls and hiking across the unique landscape of the glacier is a fool-proof way to experience Icelandic nature at its very best.
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