Highly recommended for first-time visitors to Iceland
"Golden Circle" is a must to see route for the first time visitors of Iceland, it introduces you the three most famous places in Iceland. Ancient parliamentary fields Thingvellir, a valley of geysers and Gullfoss, the second largest waterfall in the country. And we have added several other wonderful sights to program of day to show you diversity of landscapes and unique nature of Iceland.
After this trip you will feel more like Icelanders, learn about Sagas, geology, find how Icelandic farmers grow tomatoes in greenhouses, but above all, you will enjoy the beauty and have fun!
Reykjavik - Nesjavellir
Thingvellir National Park
Geysir and Strokkur
Return to Reykjavik
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel, guesthouse, accommodation place or other location in Reykjavik. Pick up from airport or other places out of Reykjavik is possible for surcharge. Please contact me for details and a quote.
End location: Your hotel, guesthouse, accommodation place or other location in Reykjavik.
Drop off at airport or other places out of Reykjavik is possible for a surcharge. Please contact me for details and a quote.
Duration: 8 hours
The itinerary and duration of tour could be altered according to weather and road conditions.
This tour is designed for up to 4 travelers in SUV. If your group is larger, please contact me for details.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
3000 ISK - Should you wish to buy lunch (approx. 30USD per person)
I have no free access to museums and other places requiring admittance fee. Accommodation out of Reykjavik during multiday tours to be arranged for me additionally.
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We had a great day touring the Golden Circle with our guide Sergei. He was very knowledgable about Iceland and the sights we saw. We managed to see quite a lot in our tour and Sergei made good use of the time we had by getting us through the various areas without back tracking. As we only had a two day stop over in Iceland, it was well worth taking a private tour, and Sergei is an excellent guide.