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If you are not a morning person this is the tour for you. Go to the magnificent golden circle tour in the afternoon.
✅ Geysir geothermal area
✅ Gullfoss waterfall
✅ Þingvellir National Park
Available: All Year.
Duration: 7, 5 hours.
Minimum Age: No minimum age – Kid friendly.
Pick-up: The tour will start from Reykjavik Terminal, Skógarhlíð 10, 105 Reykjavik.
Meeting time: Please meet us at least 15 minutes before your chosen departure time.
Pick up: Add pick up and drop off for 1.400.- ISK. FREE for children
What to bring:
Not everyone is an early riser and therefor we invite you to this golden circle afternoon tour. This tour takes you to the most renowned natural pearls of the Southwest of Iceland in a single afternoon. This tour is perfect if you went on the Reykjavik Bar Crawl the day before.
We will visit all the most popular attractions in Iceland on this tour. The places that we are going to visit are Geysir geothermal area, Gullfoss waterfall and Thingvellir National Park. When we go to the Geysir geothermal area, we will get the chance to see the boiling hot spring Strokkur. Strokkur spouts steaming water up to 30 meters into the air every 5-8 minutes. This is a sight that you will definitely have to see on your trip to Iceland.
We will also visit the iconic waterfall of Gullfoss, or Golden Falls,which is located in the glacial river Hvítá. Its elegant and majestic form is like no other, where the torrential river water plummets in two steps down into a 32 meters deep canyon.
Þingvellir National Park is not only a site of geological wonder, located on the intersection of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, but also a place charged with history, as the site of the national parliament since 930. The national park of Þingvellir tells stories of geographical and political struggles, compromises and ongoing evolution. Þingvellir was accepted on the UNESCO World Heritage list for its cultural values in 2004.