This is an 11-hour day tour from Reykjavk that starts with one of our expert guides picking you up in asmall minibusat your Hotel, Guest House or Hostel in Reykjavk at 11:30 am (note that pick up can take up to 25 minutes).
In this fully packed tour we combine the famous Golden Circle with visits to some local farms andrestaurants for tastings of delicious Icelandic foods, plus a visit to Fontana Thermal Baths, a two-course dinner and a Northern Lights hunt!
Heading out fromReykjavk in the morning, we set a course straight for Friheimar, a local greenhouse for a taste of their famous tomato soup and newlybaked bread. Next we will visit the great Geyser geothermalarea where the reliable Strokkur geyser spouts hot water up as high as 15-30 meters. Themagnificent Gullfoss waterfall is not far away and you will enjoy the sight of it cascadingdown the white colored Hvt River.
After enjoying these jewels of Icelandic nature, it is timeto turn our attention back to our taste buds. With a visit to the farm Efstidalur where we get a fewsamples of their local products, such as skyr (a kind of thick-set yogurt) and delicious ice cream.
Afterwards we will spend some time relaxing in the hot waters of the geothermal spa Fontana where you can get our appetite going again before enjoying a two-course dinner at the local restaurant Lindin, known for its famous chocolate mousse dessert.
On our way back to Reykjavk we will go in search of thenatural wonders ofthe Northern Lights,choosing the optimum route depending on the aurora forecast for that day. You may expect to be back in your accommodation in Reykjavk between 11pm and midnight.
This tour includes pick up and drop-off at any accommodation in central Reykjavk, tastings at local farms and restaurants, lunch, a two course dinner andadmission to the FontanaSpa at Laugarvatn. Please note that drinks are not included, but are available to purchase at own expense.
*Please note that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, therefore sightings cannot be guaranteed. Our guides will do their best to find the best route back in order to maximise your chances of seeing them, but sightings are highly weather dependent and subject to the aurora forecast for that day.