Islands berühmteste Tour überhaupt, einschließlich Gullfoss-Wasserfall, Geysir-Geothermalgebiet und Nationalpark Þingvellir.
Welcome to Reykjavik
At the doorstep of one of the most beautiful countries on Earth, Reykjavik is home to two thirds of the nation’s population with its 230,000 people, and one of the cleanest, greenest and safest cities of the world.
Chances are that Reykjavik is one of the most anticipated port visits on your cruise and it rarely disappoints.
Affectionately referred to as “the town” by locals, the world’s northern most capital has a vibrant cultural and music scene, a variety of design shops and art galleries, fascinating museums, and world-class restaurants.
Many of Iceland’s most famous natural sights are a comfortable day tour away, the Golden Circle being the most popular. The black sand beaches and waterfalls of the South Coast, and the offbeat Reykjanes peninsula with the world-famous Blue Lagoon also make for fantastic choices.
Those looking for active tours will be spoilt for choice – snorkelling in the rift valley between the tectonic plates, horse riding through a geothermal valley, a tour inside a volcano, snowmobiling on a glacier are just some options.
As luck would have it, many cruise ships stay in port overnight allowing for many possibilities.
A small group tour to some of the highlights of Iceland’s south coast
Iceland’s most iconic tour of all. A perennial favourite that includes the majestic Gullfoss waterfall, the Geysir geothermal area, Thingvellir National Park and the colourful Kerid crater lake.
A tour to the most famous sights on the South Coast – the famous waterfalls, glaciers, the Dyrholaey cliffs and Reynisfjara beach.
A tour of the famous landmarks of Iceland’s vibrant capital with an insight into its culture and history and options to visit the remarkable museums.
Discover the geological wonders of the offbeat Reykjanes peninsula, with an option to visit the world famous Blue Lagoon geothermal spa.
A tour to the highlights of the South Coast: stunning waterfalls, black-sand beaches, a surreal glacier lagoon, famous volcanoes, and more.
Iceland’s most popular tourist route – the Geysir geothermal area, the majestic Gullfoss waterfall and Thingvellir National Park, in addition to several options depending on your interests.