When in Iceland
✅ Small group experience
✅ The Golden Circle sightseeing.
✅ Thingvellir National Park
✅ Friðheimar Tomato Farm
✅ Geysir Geothermal Area
✅ Gullfoss Waterfall
✅ Kerið Volcanic Crater (entrance fee included)
Available: All Year.
Duration: 8 hours
Minimum Age: No minimum age – kid friendly.
Group size: maximum 15 guests. This means that you will get a more intimate experience, more flexibility, more free time and more spontaneous encounters than travelling in big groups.
What to bring:
The Golden Circle includes the most popular and some of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Iceland. In this tour you will be covering about 300 km looping from Reykjavík into central Iceland and back.
Our professional guides have extensive experience of the region and will take you on a tour around the most popular sights in Iceland. Feel like a local while traveling as the guides will share not only the must see sites but local knowledge, great stories and personal recommendations.
Thingvellir National Park: This pivotal landmark connects all the major events in the founding of the Icelandic commonwealth. It’s also considered the best place on earth to view the North Atlantic divergent ridge.
Efstidalur farm owned by the same family since 1850 focuses on cattle farming, tourism and horse breeding. Enjoy their tasty farm-to-table food products, the spectacular mountain view and the friendly farm animals.
Geysir: The namesake of the English “geyser”, is actually dormant these days. But its little brother Strokkur remains active and erupts every 3-4min with spouts as high as 20 meters.
Gullfoss: It’s easy to see why this was deemed the most beautiful of Iceland’s 30.000 waterfalls.
Kerið Crater: Kerið is a striking crater-lake filled with milky blue-green water amid stark black and deep red slopes. Geologists now believe it to be a collapsed magma chamber at the end of a volcanic eruption that occurred more than 6,000 years ago
Friðheimar is a farm located in the west of Iceland in the area known as the Golden Circle. Using greenhouses the farmers here are able to grow tomatoes all year around despite the harsh conditions and lack of sunlight in the Icelandic winter months. The farm has grown dramatically since its purchase in 1995 but the history of the farm goes back as far as 1946. Today the farm combines aspects of Horticulture with the other passion of its owners, Horses. The farm has a horse breeding program and offers a variety of different horse shows for its guests.
Of course we are always prepared for an extra stop or photo ops along the way. And if we’re lucky, we’ll get to pull over to feed any Icelandic horses at the side of the road.
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