Arrive at Keflavik airport and after clearing customs and
immigration we precede towards Reykjavik. Proceed for
check in at Hotel. Reykjavik, on the coast of Iceland, is
the country's capital and largest city. Overnight at
Reykjavik (Meals: Dinner)
After breakfast proceed to Thingvellir National Park. Then
proceed to visit Geysir. It was the first geyser described
in a printed source and the first known to modern
Europeans. Later visit Gullfoss Waterfall. At the end of
the day come back to Reykjavik. Overnight at Reykjavik
(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
After breakfast proceed to watch beautiful Hraunfossar
Waterfalls & & Barnafoss. Further experience
Deildartunguhver hot spring. It is characterized by a very
high flow rate for a hot spring and water emerges at 97 °C.
It is the highest-flow hot spring in Europe. Later Proceed to
Akureyri, Overnight at Akureyri (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
After breakfast we proceed to visit the waterfall of the
gods, Goðafoss waterfall. The waterfall is connected with
one of the most important events in Icelandic history: the
conversion to Christianity 1000 Within reach of 30
minutes from each place you can visit Lake Mývatn,
Overnight at Akureyri (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and
After Breakfast visit Dettifoss Waterfall. The water comes
from the nearby Vatnajökull glacier, whose sediment-rich
runoff colors the water a greyish white. Overnight at East
Fjords (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
After breakfast we visit Vatnajökull glacier, It is known as
the Water Glacier in English, is the largest and most
voluminous ice cap in Iceland, and one of the largest in
area in Europe. Visit Glacier lagoon, Enjoy Amphibian Boat
ride A glacier is a persistent body of dense ice that is
constantly moving under its own weight; it forms where
the accumulation of snow exceeds its ablation over many
years, often centuries. Overnight at Vatnajökull area
(Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
After breakfast visit Skaftafell national park, Skaftafell is a
wilderness area in Iceland's Vatnajökull National Park. Its
huge glaciers include Skaftafellsjökull and Svínafellsjökull.
Later visit Vik, a village in Iceland. Further proceed to Hella
Area for stay. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
After breakfast we proceed for Reykjavik Orientation City
tour. You visit Hveragerði, Reykjavík City; Hallgrímskirkja
church, Perlan, Höfði house, the old town center & harbor,
Harpa Music Hall. Overnight at Reykjavik (Meals: Breakfast,
Lunch and Dinner)
Visit Blue Lagoon after check out from the hotel. The
Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most visited
attractions in Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field in
Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula; southwestern
Iceland in a location favourable full day is for free for
shopping and leisure activities (on your own). (Meals:
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
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passport & visa information
Useful information: Visa requirement:
4 recent photographs ( 35mm*45 mm white background matt finishing; 80%
Original passport with minimum validity of six months. ( please provide
all old passports if any) (Validity of Passport should be 10 year from the date
Last three years income tax – Saral form (photocopies) Company &
Recent 6 months personal bank statements of all the passengers
travelling. (photocopies) Company & Personal.
3 Letterheads individual / company.
Pan card copy
Student id proof
Business Proof (Partnership Deed / MOU of Proprietor / MOU of shop
If salaried person, we need leave letter on company’s letter head and 3
months’ salary slip
FAQ's and other information
About the Country 1. What is the best time to visit?
The best time to visit Iceland are summer months July and
August. The climate is likely to be warmer than other seasons. February, March, September and October are typically the best
time to visit Iceland for the Northern Lights.
2. How long
is daylight received in Iceland? There is 21 hours daylight in Iceland from
mid-May to mid-August and the sun only sets for around 3 hours per day. In
midwinter, there are around 4 - 5 hours of effective daylight.
These long and short periods of daylight add drama to the atmosphere
with lingering twilight. 3. What currency is used in Iceland? The króna is the currency of Iceland. Iceland is the smallest country to have its own
currency and monetary policy.Visa and MasterCard
are accepted almost universally, and ATMs are generally not hard to find. Most
people in Iceland pay for everything, even small items like chewing gum, with
credit card. 4.
Which languages are spoken in Iceland?
The country's written and spoken language
is Icelandic. However,
most Icelanders speakEnglish. 5. Some items you should pack regardless of the
time you are travelling?
Here’s a list of some items you need to carry to Iceland regardless of
the time you are travelling:
Fleece jacket/lightweight wool
Sturdy walking shoes with a
Thermal underwear (specifically
for highland travel/activities)
Waterproof hiking boots
(specifically for highland travel/activities)
Warm socks (specifically for
winter and highland travel/activities)
Quick-dry towel (for visiting
pools and hot springs; towels are availablefor rent at swimming
Sunglasses and sunscreen
What to wear on a trip to Iceland?
layer – Jeans and long sleeve t-shirts.
sweater and water proof jackets.
hiking boots – water resistant boots with ankle support.
7. Do I need insurance?
need insurance while travelling to Iceland.
tipping essential in Iceland?
Tipping isn’t essential in Iceland as the restaurants include service
9. What is the legal age for drinking in Iceland?
The legal age for drinking in Iceland is 20 years. 10. What activities are done in Iceland?
Some activities done in Iceland are glacier hiking, caving tours, snow
mobile tours, snorkelling, river rafting, kayaking tours, whale watching and
Sockets & plugs
Iceland uses 230V, 50Hz with sockets and plugs Type C and Type F.