Full afternoon Golden Circle from Reykjavík

Explore Iceland´s most visited attractions – Golden Circle – in the afternoon and avoid the rush hours.

Geysir, Gullfoss and Thingvellir is a must see for visitor coming for the first time to Iceland. The philosophy here is less rush in exploring the sites, and you will depart at a time where there is less traffic and fewer tourists at the sites you will visit. By going in the afternoon you will have more time and less people around to explore Iceland´s most visited attractions often called the Golden Circle Iceland. The Thingvellir national park and a UNESCO world heritage site where the two tectonic plates are slowly drifting apart. The Geysir hot spring area has the geyser Strokkur spouting hot water up to 20 meters high every 4 – 8 minutes. The Golden waterfall is at its best in the afternoon where you might spot a rainbow forming in the mist from the waterfall in the sunshine. In this tour we fully utilize our knowledge og when the golden circle is the least busy. During summer time we utilize the long daylight hours of the Icelandic summer and during winter we adjust to the shortened daylight hours by leaving at 12.00. Dress well and bring a fully charged camera for the golden circle Iceland.


• The volcanic landscape of Nesjavellir (Mai 26th- September 5th)
• Thingvellir Unesco world heritage site and national park where the old Viking parliament was founded
• The powerful Gullfoss waterfall
• Geysir hot spring area and Strokkur erupting hot spring
• The small but beautiful Faxi waterfall
• Surprise stop along the way depending on your guide´s preference

Every day from Harpa concert Hall, downtown Reykjavík. Pick up from accommodation in Reykjavik starts 30 minutes before departure.


Downtown/Harpa concert hall with our partner Sterna Travel

Mai 26th – Sept 10th (departure 13:30 – Arrival 20:30)
Sept. 11th – Mai 25th (departure 12:00 – Arrival 18:30)

Bus tour, English guidance

Sept. 11th – Mai 25th 18:30
June 1st – Sept 10th Arrival 20:15/20:30

6,5 (winter)- 7 hours (summer)