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Indulge in the geothermal waters of the famous Blue Lagoon - a natural spa surrounded by lava fields on the Reykjanes peninsula.

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Visit some of the most beautiful waterfalls, one of which has a thin cascade foot path behind it at the bottom of the cliff.

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Hop on a snowmobile and enjoy this adventurous glacier day exploring the south of Iceland.

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Visit different natural parks each with its own unique feel and sites to see such as the diamond beach, the black sand beach, Reynisdrangar Rock Formations and lots of glaciers

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Go on a northern lights tour to try to get a glimpse of this magnificent natural phenomenon in the picturesque wilderness

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Go on a winter wonderland adventure tour on skiis in snow conditions and landscape that best suits your level of experience. You might be skiing on the frozen lake or in the area close to Krafla volcano.

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Enjoy a nice and easy horseback riding tour along the coastline near Húsavík on the gorgeous icelandic horse with fantastic views and great riding trails.

Blue Lagoon: You will be picked up by a WIld Guanabana representative from the airport and head straight to the infamous Blue Lagoon. It is a geothermal natural spa surrounded by lava fields on Reykjanes peninsula. You will enjoy that amazing contrast of blue water and black lava and have 3 hours to relax in the geothermal waters. The water is rich in silica and sulfur that helps make your skin glow. The temperature in the bathing and swimming area is very comfortable, averages 37–39°C. It's called one of the miracles of the world and is 20 minutes from the international airport so have your bathing suits ready as you will pass by before heading to the hotel. South Coast: Along the South Coast you will see some of the most splendid and popular natural phenomena in Iceland. Today you will visit Seljalandsfoss, a 60m high waterfall with a thin cascade and a foot path behind it at the bottom of the cliff. The small peninsula, Dyrhólaey (meaning: the hill-island with the door-hole) was formerly an island of volcanic origin. The view from up there is magnificent; to the north is the big glacier Mýrdalsjökull, to the east, the black lava columns of the Reynisdrangar rise from the sea and the whole coastline to the west.
Skógafoss waterfalls: Only a few kilometers away from the south shores of Iceland, lies the village of Skógar along the Southern Ring Road. The greatest attraction of Skógar is the beautiful 60-metre high Skogáfoss waterfall in the river Skógá. There is a legend about the settler Þrasi who is believed to have buried his chest of gold under the Skogáfoss waterfall Snowmobile Tour: You will start this adventurous glacier day on a snowmobile tour exploring the south of Iceland. While the south is certainly spectacular from below nothing beats experiencing it from above by snowmobiling on top of Mýrdalsjökull glacier - an ice cap covering one of Iceland’s largest volcano, Katla. Experience the wilderness and the breathtaking views over South of Iceland, the snowmobile tour is the perfect length of time for first-time riders. Sólheimajökull Glacier Exploration: The Sólheimajökull glacier tongue extends from the great Mýrdalsjökull glacier, down to the sandy plains of the Icelandic south coast. The spectacular surroundings are marked by rugged & majestic rock formations thoroughly shaped by the glacier. On this glacier walk you get to explore the wonderland of ice sculptures, water cauldrons, ridges and deep crevasses on the breathtaking Sólheimajökull glacier. Reynisfjara Black Beach & Reynisdrangar Rock Formations: Reynisdrangar are basalt sea stacks situated under the mountain Reynisfjall near the village Vík í Mýrdal, southern Iceland which is framed by a black sand beach, Reynisfjara, that has been ranked as one of the ten most beautiful non-tropical beaches in the world. Legend says that the stacks originated when two trolls dragged a 3-masted ship to land unsuccessfully and when daylight broke they became needles of rock.
Skaftafell National Park: Skaftafell is a beautiful mountainous region in the south of Iceland on the southern edge of the mighty Vatnajökull Glacier. The rugged landscapes, mountains and glaciers, the flora and the fauna have a magnetic influence on the visitors.. A short walk into Skaftafell Park leads to the famous Svartifoss (Black Falls) which tumbles over a cliff which is bordered on both sides by tall black basalt columns, resembling pipes of a giant organ. This wonder of natural architecture inspired the design for Iceland’s National Theater in Reykjavik Vatnajökull National Park: While in the park you will take a hike to Svartifoss waterfall. Depending on the group level - you can do a nice 2-3 hour hike in the area. Vatnajokull is the largest glacier in Europe covering 8% of the island of Iceland. Vatnajokull National Park - which encompasses the earlier national parks of Skaftafell and Jokulsargljufur - is the largest protected area in Europe. In this area you'll find some of the most stunning and diverse sights in iceland. Among those are Iceland's highest peak, Hvannadalshnjúkur, its most active volcano, Grímsvötn, beautiful waterfalls such as Svartifoss by Skaftafell and Dettifoss, Europe's most powerful waterfall, stunning canyons such as Jokulsargljufur and Asbyrgi, and the breathtaking Jokulsarlon, an ice-riddled glacier lagoon that is one of the most beautiful attractions in Iceland. Diamond Beach: The icebergs coming from Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon wash up on shore at the Diamond Beach creating an amazing contrast to the black sand beach. Here you are likely to see seals in the ocean or resting on the icebergs.
Breiðdalsvík: On today’s drive to Breiðdalsvík, you will stop in Djúpivogur and see the egg like sculptures in Gleðivík bay and stop at Langabúð, the heritage museum housed in one of the oldest commercial buildings. This route is home to reindeer so you might see them from the road. The spectacular valley of Breiðdalur is the longest and widest of the valleys in Eastern Iceland. The valley is dominated by the magnificent peak of Tóartindur over a 1000m, dividing the valley into the North- and South valleys. Magnificent views of Breiðdalur from Breiðdalsheiði, an ancient eroded volcano on the main highway, with the impressive Breiðdalsá river, famous for salmon-fishing, winding its way across the valley basin to the sea. Stop and search for colourful stones. Northern Lights Tour: After dinner tonight you will go on a Northern Lights tour in 4×4 Super-Jeeps for an exclusive and private feeling on each trip. Using our local experience, we take you to the best spots for seeing the Northern Lights surrounded by stunning nature. On tour, your guide will give you a few tips for taking beautiful photographs of the Northern Lights. The guide will also bring a tripod you can borrow if you don’t have your own.
Lake Mývatn: Today we will drive to the Magical North - This breathtaking drive takes you to Lake Myvatn' with its numerous bays & creeks incise its coastline. The lake comprises some fifty islands and islets. The ecosystem of Lake Myvatn is unique, bird life is extremely diverse and more species of duck are believed to live around Lake Myvatn than anywhere else in the world. The natural environment of the area is very diverse and the landscape has a unique character, being formed by volcanic activity. Nordic Skiing: This tour will take where the snow conditions and landscape best suits the skiing experience level of the participants. You might be skiing on the frozen lake or in the area close to Krafla volcano. If the snow is all gone, we will do a hike in this beautiful settings or we can go on a biking tour Mývatn Nature Baths - Jarðböðin: The Mývatn Nature Baths is located in the popular Lake Mývatn Geothermal area. The water has a temperature of about 130°C when it arrives to the huge basin beside the lagoon itself forming an impressive, man-made hot spring. The two steam baths are built straight on top of a geothermal area and the sulphurfree steam rises up through holes in the floor. Typically the temperature is around 50°C and the humidity is close to 100%. You can take a few turns in the steam baths and cool down in the outdoor shower in between.
After breakfast and packing you will drive to Húsavík for a nice and easy riding tour along the coastline near Húsavík. Fantastic view and great riding trails. Horses available both for beginners and experienced riders. You will then head to the airport for the internal flight back to Reykjavik.
After breakfast, you will be taken to the airport for your flight back home



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    • Internal flight to Reykjavik on day 6

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