Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon Small Group Tour With Admission

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The small group Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon day tour is the ultimate treat, as it covers the most iconic attractions in Iceland, with an admission ticket to the world-famous geothermal spa, the Blue Lagoon. Hop on our fully-equipped, premium minibus, led by one of our experienced driver guides, we are going on an exciting day trip to see the most beautiful scenery Iceland has to offer, starting with the major highlights on the Golden Circle Route.

Follow in the footsteps of the Vikings as you walk down into the rift valley where the American and Eurasian continental plates are literally pulling apart at Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of the oldest existing parliament. Witness the steaming geothermal springs as the ground trembles and hot water spouts spectacularly skywards from the famous Strokkur Geyser at home of the one-and-only original geyser and Iceland's most iconic natural attraction. Experience the magnificence and power of Gullfoss Waterfall, a set of glacial river cascades falling 32 meters into a narrow canyon with a thunderous roar.

A favourite stop along the Golden Circle is the highly active Geysir Hot Spring Area with boiling mud pits and the lively Strokkur which spouts water 30 meters into the air every few minutes. The area became active more than 1000 years ago and comprises more than a dozen hot spring holes. Although you can only see steam emerging from the surface of Geysir these days, its name was adopted to represent spouting hot springs all over the world.

Along the tour, the newly opened Geysir Center offers guests and travellers a chance to use the restroom and to catch some refreshments as well as lunch. Gullfoss Waterfall

As one of the most popular attractions in all of Iceland, Gullfoss is a waterfall located in the Canyon of the Hvítá River in the southwest of the country. The beautiful Hvítá river rushes southward in three steps into a narrow canyon with a breath-taking roar and grandeur. Furthermore, on clear days the magnificent Langjökull glacier, Iceland's second largest glacier, can be seen in the distance. Guests may use the restroom and purchase food and refreshments at this location as well.

Located on the northern shores of Þingvallavatn, Iceland's largest lake, Þingvellir is the national pride of Iceland and the first National Park. It is, for one, a key location in Icelandic history as the oldest existing parliament in the world first assembled there in 930 AD. For this reason, Þingvellir has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is, therefore, a protected national park due to its unique geology and natural features. From the viewing area the Almannagjá canyon between two tectonic plates can be seen, a visual representation of continental drift.

Then we will head to the Kerið volcanic Crater Lake, where we can see the striking contrasts between maroon, black, and mossy green colors down the slope, and turquoise water filled the crater.

The remarkable crater lake, Kerið, is yet another popular attraction on Iceland’s Golden Circle Route, famous for its greenish lake water and colorful crater appearances on the slopes. Kerid crater was formed around 3000 years ago during a volcanic eruption during which the volcanic chamber collapsed onto itself, after the burning magma depleted. Its shape is a perfect inverted cone, and a pathway was built for visitors to see the site. A bonus fun fact is that the Kerid crater has been a popular concert venue for many years!

After our visit to all the major points of interest in the Golden Circle of Iceland is complete, we head to the Blue Lagoon, or ‘Bláa Lónið’ in Icelandic. The wonder is famous for its milky blue water that is rich in silica, algae, salt, and other minerals with great healing benefits to the skin such as preventing premature aging.

A fulfilling adventure to explore the beautifully designed surroundings, sometimes you can even see the Northern Lights in winter’s sky at the Blue Lagoon. Since the opening of the lagoon area in 1987, the Blue Lagoon’s therapeutic reputation has travelled the globe, attracting millions of visitors.

Your admission ticket is included, all you need to do is to pack your swimsuit for the relaxing soak. After approximately 2 hours in the geothermal spa, we will head back to Reykjavik, which takes about 45 minutes to drive.

  • Operates All Year @ 0800 & 0900
  • Duration is around 11 Hours
  • Price Includes Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off, Professional guide, Small-group tour, Comfort Admission ticket to Blue Lagoon, Admission to the Kerid Volcanic Crater & Wi-Fi on the bus


Adult £159.00

Child 12 - 15 Years £135.15

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