Complete Iceland 14 Nights - Price from £1,665 per person based on 2 people sharing a double/twin room and rental car.
Experience the best of Iceland and a great deal more! See the amazing sights along the ring road in addition to the remoter and stunningly beautiful Westfjords and Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Glaciers, volcanoes, hot springs, waterfalls, black sands, wildlife, history, towns and villages - this is the ultimate Iceland vacation. Experience the best of Iceland in two weeks staying in a mixture of smaller country hotels, farms and bed and breakfast accommodation.
Price in £ per person, 2 persons sharing a room and rental car:
|June - August
Travel Dates: daily departures summer 2015 (June - August)
The price is from £1,665 per adult based on 2 adult sharing a family room and rental car.
*Price is subject to availability and cannot be guaranteed until the booking is made and confirmed by All Iceland ltd.
- 14 nights accommodation, 2 nights in Reykjavik and 12 in the countryside, mixture of smaller country hotels, farms and bed and breakfast accommodation with private facilities, including breakfast.
- Hertz rental car, picked up and dropped off at the airport. Including: Free extra driver, Unlimited Miles, Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), Theft Protection Waiver, Tax, Drop Charge
- A detailed itinerary we will put together for you
- A Road Atlas guidebook we will send you before your trip to help you plan better
- Our expertise in planning trips in Iceland for UK customers
- Booking fee £10 per person
- ATOL Protection fee £2.50 per person (only applicable if flights are booked through All Iceland)
- Debit/credit card fees
- Return flights (see bottom of page for airport choices)
- Optional Excursions
- Travel Insurance
- Anything else not specifically listed under "this includes"
Why book with All Iceland?
All Iceland is the UK based travel company that specialises in Iceland. Book with the Icelandic experts! Our office is staffed and run by Icelanders, we promise intimate local knowledge from where to stay to places to eat and the hidden gems that you will not find in tourist guides.
All Iceland will help you get the holiday you want, and we can adapt this package. Book through us and your holiday is protected by an ATOL and ABTA registered company. Travel with confidence! Contact us and we can help you:
- to stay longer and discover more of Iceland
- to book additional excursions
- if you have specific accommodation requirements
- to book flights choose from London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Luton, Bristol, Manchester, Belfast, Edinburgh and Glasgow
Day 1 - Arrival in Iceland
Pick up your rental car from Keflavík International Airport and drive to the capital. Enjoy the city's cultural attractions, geothermal swimming pools, shops and boutiques, café and restaurant scene. Overnight in a 3 star hotel in central Reykjavík.
Day 2 - The Golden Circle
See the famous 'Golden Circle' attractions of South Iceland: Þingvellir National Park, Gullfoss Waterfall and Geysir hot spring area. You can also stop by Kerið, a 3,000 year-old explosion crater, Skálholt cathedral and the sustainable community at Sólheimar.
Accommodation in the Gullfoss/Geysir area.
Day 3 – The South Coast
Tour Iceland's beautiful South Coast, stopping by Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Skógar with its magnificent waterfall and interesting folk museum and the Eyjafjallajökull Visitor Centre. Explore Dyrhólaey, a 120 m high cape with impressive birdlife and vast ocean views. Continue through Vík village and cross the black sand plains to Kirkjubæjarklaustur.
Accommodation in the Kirkjubæjarklaustur area.
Day 4 - Vatnajökull National Park
Go for a walk in Skaftafell, perhaps up to Svartifoss Waterfall or the glacier tongue. Take a fun hay wagon tour to Cape Ingólfshöfði. Admire the floating icebergs at Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, a popular filming location. Tours on Vatnajökull Glacier can be booked in advance. Continue to fishing village Höfn, known for its delicious lobster.
Accommodation in Höfn area.
Day 5 – The East
Admire the great scenery of tall and uniquely formed mountains en route towards the East. Visit the pretty towns of the Eastfjords such as Breiðdalsvík, Stöðvarfjörður where you can visit Petra's impressive stone collection and Fáskrúðsfjörður with its French heritage. Continue to Egilsstaðir town, located on the banks of the Lagarfljót River where the sea serpent 'Lagarfljótsormur' allegedly lives. Here you may also want to visit Skriðuklaustur Centre of Culture and History and Hallormsstaðarskógur forest.
Accommodation in the Egilsstaðir area.
Day 6 and 7 - Lake Mývatn area
Tour the northern part of Vatnajökull National Park: Ásbyrgi Canyon, Hljóðaklettar ('Echo rocks') and the powerful Dettifoss waterfall. Go on a whale watching excursion from Húsavík harbour. Explore the Lake Mývatn area, rich in both bird - and plant life. Marvel at the boiling mudpools and steaming fumaroles at the Námafjall geothermal area and walk amongst the mystical lava formations at Dimmuborgir.
Accommodation in Mývatn/Húsavík area.
Day 8 – Akureyri
Admire Goðafoss Waterfall ('Waterfall of the Gods') en route to Akureyri town – often nicknamed the 'Capital of the North' and beautifully located in a fjord setting. Akureyri has many interesting museums, art galleries, parks, cafés and a fantastic outdoor geothermal swimming pool.
Accommodation in the Akureyri area.
Day 9 - The Northwest
Tour Skagafjörður, a district renowned for its horse breeding. Visit the farmhouse museum at Glaumbær, the old turf church at Víðimýri and the stone church at Þingeyri, one of the most beautiful churches in Iceland. Explore Vatnsnes, home to one of the largest seal colonies in Iceland. Accommodation in the Hólmavík area.
Day 10 – The Westfjords
Enjoy the dramatic scenery of the Westfjords, with its cragged fjords, fishing villages, natural hot spring pools, seals and seabirds. Visit Heydalur for some exciting activities such as sea kayaking or horse riding. Explore Ísafjörður town, where you can find some of the oldest buildings in Iceland.
Accommodation in the Ísafjörður area.
Day 11 – The Westfjords
Visit the museum at Hrafnseyri, the birthplace of Iceland's inational hero Jón Sigurðsson. See the magnificent waterfall Dynjandi, considered by many to be the most beautiful in Iceland. You will encounter interesting fishing villages, natural hot spring pools you can take a dip into and vast fjord beaches on your way to Látrabjarg Cliff, the westernmost point in Europe where you can see hundreds of seabirds nest.
Accommodation in the Barðaströnd area.
Day 12 and 13 – Snæfellsnes Peninsula
Cross Breiðafjörður Bay by ferry (optional) or drive to Stykkishólmur from where you can go on a leisurely boat excursion and sail between the many islands of of the bay. Explore the fishing villages on the northern coast of Snæfellsnes Peninsula. See the many sights of Snæfellsnes National Park and beyond including Snæfellsjökull Glacier (believed by some to have mystical powers!), Arnarstapi harbour village, Djúpalónssandur beach, Búðir church and Eldborg crater.
Accommodation in the Snæfellsnes area.
Day 14 – West Iceland
Tour Borgarfjörður district, the site of one of the most popular Icelandic sagas, Egil's Saga. Visit Hraunfossar and Barnafossar falls, Deildartunguhver hot spring and historic Reykholt.
Day 15 – Departure
Depending on your flight time you may have time to explore Reykjavik of stop over at the famous Blue Lagoon on your way to the airport before carrying on to Keflavik international airport. Return your rental car and depart for home.
Each of our member properties is unique. Individual lodgings can range from a small farm with only four rooms to a country hotel that can accommodate up to 150 guests. Some have been skilfully converted from traditional farm buildings, former school buildings or community centres while others are more modern.
We have several accommodation categories to cater to different needs, ranging from simple yet comfortable rooms with private/en-suite bathrooms.
More facilities and services and more luxury in comfort. All rooms in cat. IV have private/en-suite bathrooms and are better equipped. On-site bars/restaurants offering buffets and/or á la carte menus.
Bed and breakfast
Bed and breakfasts generally have a more intimate atmosphere. Guests stay in the home of the hosts or in a separate building on the premises. Rooms range from the more simple to the more comfortable with private/en-suite bathrooms. Meals other than breakfast are sometimes available.
All Iceland cooperates with Icelandair, Wow air and easyJet, and we can assist you to find the optimal flight package. The airlines fly to Keflavik International airport.
Icelandair operates flights from London Heathrow and London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.
WOW Air operates flights from London Gatwick and Dublin (from June 2015)
EasyJet offers flights from London Gatwick, London Luton, Bristol, Manchester, Belfast and Edinburgh.
We can provide a package with or without flights.
For more details, find out availability or to book this holiday, call us on 020 7928 0946 / 01904 406534, send us an enquiry or email us email@example.com