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Airport Transfers KEF Int. Airport

Our private transfers are a comfortable option for passengers arriving or departing Iceland by air.


The Golden Circle

This most popular, comprehensive tour covers all the major attractions of southwest Iceland


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Airport transfers

Comfortable option for passengers arriving or departing Iceland by air

Golden Circle

This tour covers most of the major attractions of southwest Iceland.

Super Jeep tours

One of the most exciting ways to explore the Icelandic wilderness

Self drive tours

Explore Iceland on a rental car or a Camper Van

Cool to know about Iceland

Here we collected some cool, useful and not so useful information about our beloved Iceland

You should travel to Iceland because…

  • Iceland is closer than you think.
  • Scenic, other-worldly nature.
  • Northern Lights
  • Culture & History
  • The Blue Lagoon

Can I see the Northern lights?

Yes, in cold winter nights with clear skies. The northern lights are one of the biggest draws to visiting Iceland, however they are also one of the most elusive and unpredictable attractions this country has.

Why is the Blue Lagoon, blue?

The blue colour comes from the silica and the way it reflects sunlight. During summer there can also be a hint of green in the water. This is the result of the algae, which multiplies quickly when exposed to direct sunlight.

Is the “Golden Circle” a must see?

The Golden Circle is Iceland’s most popular sightseeing tour – and for good reason! In one day you‘ll get to see a magnificent waterfall, the world’s oldest parliament and a hot spring area where the famous Geysir resides.

When does the sun go down?

From mid-May to mid-August the sun only sets for only a few hours per day, and it is effectively light for the whole 24-hour period. In contrast, there are around 4-5 hours of effective daylight during mid-winter.

Few Quick Facts!

  • The Icelandic language remains unchanged from ancient Norse. That means 1,000-year-old texts are still easily read.
  • Beer remained illegal in Iceland until 1989.
  • Iceland was one of the last places on earth to be settled by humans.
Size of Iceland in km2
Population of Iceland 2023
Live in the Capital Area
Highest temperature ever!
Renewable Electrical Energy
Hight of Morsárfoss Waterfall