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The Northern Lights
The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis are a spectacular natural phenomenon, often seen dancing around in fantastic colours across the Icelandic Arctic sky. The Northern lights are caused by the interaction of particles from the sun with the upper atmosphere near the North Pole. That creates this wonderful light effect, known as the Aurora Borealis. The locations visited are different every tour since we go where it's most likely to see the Northern Lights each day. This tour is depending on weather and sightings are not guaranteed. If you don't see any lights on your tour you are welcome to join the tour again free of charge.
Refreshments not included.
More Northern Lights tours:
1 Sept - 15 Oct at 22:00
16 Oct - 14 March at 21:00
15 March - 15 April at 22:00
Bus fare and guidance in English. Pick up at hotels and guesthouses 30 minutes prior to departure. Drop off after day tours may sometimes not be right in front of your hotel/guesthouse due to narrow streets and actual coach size used during the tour.
The Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon is not to be missed while you are in Iceland. The Blue Lagoon's warm water and natural active ingredients; mineral salts, silica and blue green algae help you relax and unwind while the Blue Lagoon white silica mud gently cleanses and exfoliates the skin. The mineral salts balance and relax body and soul. This tour departs at 08:30 and you can return at one of our flexible return times. The Blue Lagoon Express offers the ideal way to visit the Blue Lagoon. Other departures are available all year at 10:00, 11:00, 13:00, 14:00, 16:00 and 18:00. Return times are always flexible. Enjoy all that the Blue Lagoon has to offer in your own time.
Bath fee to the Blue Lagoon.
The Golden Circle needs little introduction: it includes some Iceland's most stunning sights. You will see the hot spring Strokkur shoot a column of water up to 30m (98 ft.) into the air every 4-8 minutes - a thrilling experience that just never gets old. We also visit the magnificent Gullfoss (Golden Falls) waterfall, created where the river Hvitá tumbles and plunges into a crevice some 32m (105 ft.) deep. Our tour also includes the historical and geological wonder that is þingvellir National Park, where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates are pulling apart at a rate of a few centimetres per year. Additionally we visit the idyllic Friðheimar greenhouse cultivation centre, where we learn about the magic behind growing delicious, pesticide-free tomatoes and cucumbers with the aid of the geothermal heat that Iceland has in abundance.
English every day (all year).
German on Mondays, Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays (all year).
French on Thursdays and Sundays (all year).
Scandinavian on Fridays (all year).
- Bus fare.
- Guided tour.
- Admission to the Geysir multimedia show.
- Admission to Friðheimar cultivation centre.
- Pick up is at hotels & guesthouses 30 minutes before departure.
About the 4* Bed & Breakfast Hotel Odinsve in ReykjavikHotel Odinsve, a boutique hotel in downtown Reykjavik, offers quality four star accommodation in the residential area of 101 - the heart of Iceland's capital. The hotel has a total of 43 rooms which includes 4 deluxe suites, and 4 junior suites. The decor encapsulates a Nordic ambience whilst offering a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere. The hotel prides itself on offering an impeccable service with emphasis on comfort and personal attention. Within the hotel you will find SNAPS restaurant, a classy Nordic restaurant that specialises in Scandinavian cuisine, offering ten different types of delicious open sandwiches in a relaxing environment.
ReykjavikReykjavik is definitely the gem of the country, its famous capital definitely is special - 62 percent of the population live there. The city is set on a back drop of outstanding mountains. Whilst on a cheap holiday to Reykjavic a visit to the Perlan building is an absolute must, the viewing deck of the dome allows you to see the majestic views of Reykjavik. Its roof top restaurant is also a fabulous place to eat in the city. But if climbing to the top of this geothermal pump isn't your thing the views from the top of the Hallgrimskirkja church are also great! With lively nightlife and delightful locals it is easy to see why this capital has become such a popular cheap holiday destination.
Just minutes outside of the city is where the fun really begins, the countries most popular attractions are on offer to you here. The roaring waters of Golden waterfall and the eye-popping water geysers and witchy mud pots are a definite must. For the ultimate Nordic experience am evening hunt of the Northern lights has to be had! Husky dog rides are also available on the glacier for the more tame who don't want to snowmobile it around. The 4x4 jeep tours and the Blue Lagoon are definitely very popular with tourists whilst on holiday in Reykjavik, this city really has something to shout about. Cheap holidays and last minute holidays are widely available to Reykjavik with the array of hotels here ranging from the luxurious Hiltons to the more basic, charming hotels.
IcelandThe second largest Island in Europe, Iceland. Located in the Northern Atlantic Ocean just south of the Arctic Circle, is only a three hour flight from London Heathrow! Iceland is the absolute when it comes to winter wonderlands, with its wealth of geysers, glaciers, fjords, active volcanoes, black deserts and waterfalls. If the stunning scenery isn't enough the Island is bursting with activities. Holidays in Iceland really are something different.
Whilst on holiday in Iceland a must visit is The Blue Lagoon, this luscious pool of natural healing waters heated by geothermal activity within the earth is open to everybody, enjoy lazing around in the waters or take a back massage from the waterfall. Spa treatments are also available here for something really special! Take a boat trip around the fjords in an absolute must, you can even see whales and dolphins! For the rough and the ready holidays in Iceland are made for you with white water rafting and 4x4 jeep tours. For the less brave but who still want to explore and enjoy the glacier, Skidoos are great fun. Be your own driver.
During the summer months fishing and horseriding are a great chance to enjoy the scenery in Iceland. The soulful waterfalls and staggering moutains are breathtaking. The climate in the summer is generally quite mild. The average temperature for July is 11 degrees Celsius. Whilst in January it is just below freezing. Cheap holidays in Iceland have never been made easier through Fleetway, this beautiful country is just waiting to be explored. With plenty of hotels it has never been easy, holidays to Iceland are a break from the norm, and Fleetway Travel we can find you cheap holidays, package deals and last minute breaks.