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Iceland Self-Drive Tours

A road trip is a fantastic way to experience Iceland with freedom and flexibility. Our self-drive tours of Iceland provide the opportunity to explore the stunning country at your own pace.

April 23, 2018
Fjord Tours in Norway

The stunning scenery with deep blue fjords, waterfalls, and snow-capped mountains that tower high above the water is what makes Norway exceptional. Here you can find the longest, narrowest, deepest, and most beautiful fjords in the world.

April 23, 2018
Visiting Iceland in July

Whether you decide to go for Iceland self-drive tour, escorted group or private tour or choose active Iceland holiday, you will have plenty of choices in summer in Iceland.
You cannot expect to see and experience everything during one visit, but the main July's attractions cannot be missed.

April 23, 2018
4 Rules of Packing for Iceland Travel

Planning a trip to Iceland can be quite challenging. After you've picked the right time of the year and the perfect, your next challenge is packing. Since none of us like to pay extra luggage fees to the airlines and shlep around Iceland with huge suitcases, you have to pack appropriately and smart. It is essential to consider the following three factors: the time of the year you travel, the outdoor activities you are planning to take and your health. We have put together a short guide that will help you prepare for the trip.

September 20, 2017
Iceland Pro Cruise Review

If you are interested in cruising to Iceland and Greenland read a short excerpt from a survey conducted on board Ocean Diamond ship in 2017. We interviewed a total of 350 English speaking guests over 11 voyages. The majority of Iceland Procruises reviews are very positive, and the ship management will strive to make them even better in 2018.

September 08, 2017
The Best Time To Visit Iceland for Northern Lights

Greetings from Iceland! We have just opened sales for a new 2017-2018 season of Iceland Northern Lights Tours. We receive more and more requests for northern lights tours during the summer (May-August) which is a time of the year with up to 24 hours of day light, and therefore Aurora Borealis cannot be seen.

July 19, 2017