Get convenient pickup at your accommodation in Reykjavik. Meet your dedicated guide and discuss the interests and preferences of your group; this private tour is customizable and ensures an intimate atmosphere.
The typical itinerary includes all the major highlights and attractions in southwest Iceland, known as the Golden Circle. Drive through the Thingvellir National Park, site of the world's first democratic parliament during Viking times. Continue to the geothermally active area around Lake Laugarvatn, surrounded by looming volcanic mountains. Stop at Geyser, the origin of the term 'geyser' in English, and the often-erupting Strokkur. Strokkur erupts every 6-8 minutes, ensuring a great photo op of the bright blue spray.
Visit Gullfoss, the most famous of Iceland's many impressive waterfalls, and return to Reykjavík through Skálholt, the site of the country's first Episcopal See, dating from 1056. Stop in the charming garden village of Hveragerði.