Itinerary Tour Of Best Places In Iceland: Iceland is one of the best countries to travel in Europe. It has many places to wander and wonder about the natural beauties. Many people love traveling to Iceland but are unable to experience each and everything in Iceland. Sometimes people miss the most important place during their tour.
Itinerary Tour Of Best Places In Iceland-
So, here we are with the best itinerary possible that will cover up every heavenly place in Iceland for you.
- Day-1: Reykjavik
Reykjavik is one of the most trending hotspots in Iceland. Before going to Reykjavik, you could land your plane at Keflavik International Airport. You can sightsee the lunar-like lava landscapes while traveling between Keflavik airport and Reykjavik. You could have an optimal view of the northern lights from here. You could have dinner in Reykjavik.
- Day-2: Reykjavik-to-Golden Circle-to-Hvolsvollur
From Reykjavik, you could go through the Golden Circle. Golden Circle is a tourist route in Southern Iceland. It is a route to three most popular attractions of Iceland that are the Geyser Geothermal Area, Gullfoss Waterfall, and Thingvellir National Park. You could first visit the Thingvellir National Park and then could proceed to the Great Geyser geothermal area. Later, you could stop by the massive Gullfoss also known as Golden Falls. After visiting all the places, you could stay at Hvolsvollur and could take a rest for the next day tour.
- Day-3: Hvolsvollur-to-Höfn
Continuing the day from Hvolsvollur, you could visit Seljalandsfoss. It is 180 feet tall waterfall. Moving ahead from Seljalandsfoss, you could visit the Eyjafjallajökull volcano and Skogafoss, where Indian Song “Gerua” for the movie “Dilwale” was shot. After that, visit Reynisfjara black sand beach. After the Reynisfjara, proceed to Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. If you are lucky enough, then you can have a 40-minute amphibian boat ride. Later you could take a rest for night at Höfn.
- Day-4: Höfn-to-Dettifoss-to-Lake Myvatn
Continuing the journey from Höfn, you could visit Dettifoss in the way to the Lake Myvatn. Dettifoss is Europe’s most powerful waterfall. After Dettifoss, you could visit the area of geothermal activity with boiling mud pools known as Namaskard Pass. Later, proceed to Myvatn. It is situated at the north of Iceland and was created 2300 years ago by a large lava eruption. You could go and dip yourself in the natural baths. You could stay at night in Myvatn to release all the muscle stress of the journey.
- Day-5: Myvatn-to-Húsavík-to-Godafoss-to-Akureyri
Moving on from Myvatn, you could travel to Húsavík. Húsavík is known for whale watching. It is one of the best places in the world to watch whales. After paying your visit to whales, you will proceed to Godafoss, known as the ‘Waterfall of the Gods’. After visiting Godafoss, you could spend your evening in the Akureyri town where you could have your tea/coffee and dinner.
- Day-6: Akureyri-to-Húsafell-to-Reykjavik
Continuing the tour from Akureyri, you will proceed to the Husafell. It is a place where you will find glaciers, ice tunnels and caves. You could go in the caves of Europe’s second largest glacier Langjokull. From Husafell, move to Reykjavik and stay overnight.
- Day-7: Reykjavik-to-Blue Lagoon
There are many places in Reykjavik where you will have a visit during the mornig time. Some of those places will be Solfar sculpture, Hallgrim’s church, Presidential Residence at Bessastadir, the Pearl, etc. During the afternoon, you wil go at the Blue Lagoon. It is a geothermal spa that will make you refreshed again. You could soak yourself in the water of Blue Lagoon and could recharge your battery.
- Day-8: Departure from Reykjavik
So, this is our itinerary for the Icelandic tour. This is the best itinerary tour for you in Iceland covering every important and wonderful location.