Reykjavík is the capital and largest city of Iceland, and the world's most northern national capital. It is located in southwestern Iceland, on the southern shore of Faxaflói Bay. It is the heart of Iceland's economic and governmental activity. Today, Reykjavík is the only metropolitan area in Iceland. As it is only slightly south of the Arctic Circle, Reykjavik receives only four hours of daylight on the shortest day in winter. During the summer, the nights are almost as bright as the days. It has continued to see population growth in past years as well as growth in areas of commerce and industry.
Enjoy a Winter Adventure in spectacular Iceland including a variety of shared tours, activity, leisure time and spectacular winter scenery!
Iceland - Enjoy this stunning country with its off-the-beaten-path activities. Private and shared tours throughout
As your horse’s warm breath hangs thick in the air in a landscape of vast Icelandic lava fields, you and your family will feel as though you’ve stepped into an ancient fairy tale world of mythical proportions.
Experience Iceland’s pristine nature, in an adventurous tour which offers great potential for outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, horseback riding, cave exploring, hiking, swimming, skiing, river rafting, kayaking, and legendary whale watching. Make the most of your Icelandic experience on this guided tour and talk with our specialists for a custom quote.
(Reykjavik, Vik i Myrdal, Hofn, Egilsstadir, Myvatyn, Akureyri)
(Reykjavik, Glymur, Budir, Ranga)
This tour combines Iceland's famous scenic wonders with stays in some of the country's most boutique properties in magnificent settings.
(Reykjavik, Fludir, Kirkjuaejarklaustur, Hofn)
Led by explorer, scientist & renowned Discovery Channel TV personality, George Kourounis, embark on an adventure to the natural phenomenon located at top of the world in Iceland. Price is $6995 per person based on double occupancy. Departure date is Dec 8th 2014.
Explore a land of steaming hot springs, glaciers, waterfalls, active volcanoes, geysers and unique wildlife in Iceland. Continue to the Faroe Islands,a nation of eighteen small islands of which seventeen are inhabited with a total of less than 50.000 people and with more than 3-4 million sea birds – a dream for the ornithologists and all nature lovers.
(Reykjavik, Ranga, Glymur, Akureyri)
As you journey through vast lava fields where twisted volcanic formations whisper stories of millennia past and erupting geysers carry long-forgotten messages from deep within the earth, a sense of timelessness pervades that will capture your imagination.
Take advantage of Iceland Air's Free Stopover offering and spend a few days in the fascinating Nordic city of Reykjavik before or after your destination of choice!
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