4 DAY NORTHERN LIGHTS WINTER PACKAGE

SEE THE NORTHERN LIGHTS,

VISIT THE GOLDEN CIRCLE,

RIDE A SNOWMOBILE,

HIKE ON A GLACIER

& SOAK IN THE BLUE LAGOON

 

The name says it all! This package offers the best winter adventures in Iceland. Get your adrenaline pumping with a drive through the Golden Circle, an unforgettable snowmobile ride and glacier hike, and top it all off with a soak in the Blue Lagoon.

 

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Highlights

  • Northern Lights Super Jeep ride

  • The Golden Circle

  • Snowmobiling on a glacier

  • Glacier Hiking & Ice Climbing

  • Skógafoss Waterfall

  • Blue Lagoon

  • Sólheimajökull & Langjökull Glaciers

What’s included

  • Guided minibus tours each day

  • Transport to/from Reykjavík each day

  • All activities mentioned in highlights

  • All glacier and ice climbing equipment

  • All snowmobiling equipment

  • Entrance to the Blue lagoon

  • Golden Circle sightseeing

Day 1: Northern Lights Super Jeep Adventure

Super Jeep Northern Lights tours in Iceland

Pickup is around 21:30 from your accommodation or a nearby location in Reykjavík. The start times for our Northern Lights tours vary a little from day to day. The correct time will be stated on your itinerary. Picking everyone up can take 30 minutes, so you may have to wait, but please be ready at your pickup point at the time stated in the email.

Our custom-built Super Jeeps can take you to rugged places where regular buses dare not venture. On this tour, we’ll go wherever necessary to catch the aurora borealis. Are you up for the excitement of a true Northern Lights safari?

Our specialist Northern Lights guides will make sure you get the best chance to see this natural phenomenon far away from the city lights. The various ways in which they manifest is all part of the excitement! Will they be transparent green glows, rippling softly, or intense jewel colors scintillating in powerful curtains across dark skies? While green and yellow are the most common colors, we sometimes catch other colors, such as violet, blue, or even the rarest of them all, red. Red auroras are more common in Iceland than anywhere else in the world.

Northern Lights tours are always, in a way, unpredictable. The cloud and aurora forecasts will determine the direction we take as we head away from city lights. In the velvety darkness of the countryside, the colors of the aurora shine more clearly, and the stars will shine brighter. This tour is also a treat for astronomy enthusiasts!

To cap off the night, we’ll offer hot chocolate, and even a touch of Brennavín, the famous Icelandic liquor, for the braver souls among us.

You can’t wear too many clothes on a Northern Lights tour, so be sure to dress appropriately. – when things chill down just remember really cold frosty weather, those frost particles give the Aurora a greater effervescence!

Please note: The northern lights can never be guaranteed to show even when the forecast is good. We cancel tours when the conditions are unsuitable.

Day 2: Golden Circle, Super Jeep & Snowmobiling Adventure

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Pick up is at 08:30 am from your Reykjavík pick up point. Picking everyone up takes about 30 minutes but please be ready on time.

Þingvellir National Park is your first amazing stop, the site of Iceland’s first parliament, Alþingi, founded in 930 AD. This incredible UNESCO World Heritage Site is also a great geological wonder of the world and lies between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. Next on the agenda is the Geysir geothermal area to witness Strokkur geyser erupting torrents of boiling water skywards every 5 to 10 minutes. Last, we take you to see Gullfoss Waterfall (the Golden Falls), on the Hvítá (the White River), which flows all the way from Langjokull Glacier. Feel the extraordinary power as the water pours through the canyon, dropping 32 m in two stages, pivoting dramatically as it does so. You’ll have the opportunity to enjoy lunch at Gullfoss Café (not included).

Now for the glacier! Our all-terrain vehicle will drive you to our remote but warm and welcoming Langjökull snowmobiling base. Langjökull is the second largest glacier in Iceland, covering a vast area of 953 m². It rises to 14,500 m above sea level and is surrounded by high mountain peaks. Your snowmobile specialist will give you an overview of your gear and driving instructions step-by-step, and then you’ll be ready to hit the slopes for an hour. A rip-roaring ride will get the adrenaline racing through your veins! As you skim across Langjökull, you’ll feel like you’re sailing across a high snow-capped plateau–a real-life magic carpet ride! Why settle for the ordinary when you can experience something as extraordinary as this?

After it’s over, we drive back to Reykjavik, arriving around 18:30 (6:30 p.m.).

Remember to bring: warm layers and weatherproof top layer, headwear, gloves, scarves, and good hiking shoes. A valid Driver’s License is required for all snowmobile drivers. Two people share a snowmobile. If you’re on your own, or you wish to ride solo, an additional fee of 6000 ISK is payable.

Day 3: Glacier Hiking & Ice Climbing on Solheimajokull

Glacier Hiking tour in Iceland

Pick up at 9:00 AM from your accommodation or a nearby location in Reykjavík. Please note: the pickup process can take up to 30 minutes but you do need to be ready and waiting at 09:00 AM.

Here is your chance to hike and climb on a majestic Glacier! This tour will take you onto the amazing frozen world of Sólheimajökull Glacier, a rugged, raw, and constantly evolving outlet glacier of Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Europe. You’ll be joined by a professional glacier guide, who will gear you up with all of the necessary glacier equipment. Your guide will explain how the extraordinary ice formations of this crevasse-riddled outlet glacier were formed, you will see great sinkholes and jagged-toothed ice ridges. The glacier may seem peaceful, but it’s constantly shifting and changing. If you stand quietly, you’ll hear the cracks and groans as the ice adjusts and moves.

Those who feel up to the challenge can test their ice climbing skills on the glacier using ice axes, crampons, and safety lines. This glacier experience of a lifetime will leave you with unforgettable memories.

On the way back to Reykjavík, we’ll make a stop at Skógafoss, a sensational 60-m high waterfall, falling from the former sea cliff! Hike up 527 steps to the crest to look over the Fimmvörðuháls hike path and onto the lowland below.

Day 4: Reykjavik & The Blue Lagoon

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Pick up: There are several tour departures to the Blue Lagoon each day, so you just arrange your departure time with our sales team when you book your tour. Perhaps you want to start early to catch an afternoon flight out. Or maybe you want to sleep in a little on the final day of your grand weekend in Iceland. You may even want a full half-day to explore Reykjavik on your own, before or after. Though small, the capital has plenty to see, from historical museums and galleries to charming coffee houses,  exceptional restaurants and the concert hall of Harpa. Reykjavík’s famous shopping street, Laugavegur, is home to great souvenir and artisan shops. Turn upSkólavörðustígur toward Reykjavik’s iconic white church, Hallgrímskirkja, where on a clear day you can enjoy awesome views from the church tower.

The Blue Lagoon is now listed as one of the great spas of the world. Bathing in the milky, steamy and skin-soothing waters surrounded by the lunar lava landscapes makes a perfect cap on your winter adventure. Facilities include a shop, cafeteria, the Lava Restaurant and a bar offering an impressive cocktail menu.

This Reykjavík weekend or short break package introduces you to the best of Iceland with adrenaline-pumping, action-packed activities! You’ll even get some time to explore the city and try out the famous nightlife.

Hunt for the Northern Lights in a Super Jeep

The Northern Lights have been a source of fascination for millennia, with speculations and wild theories on their divine or celestial origins. With their mesmerizing glow and wild dances, we really see why.  On our hunt, we’ll climb aboard a huge Super Jeep to make sure we get the best access to viewing posts that the big buses just can’t reach!

Golden Circle, Super Truck & Snowmobiling

On our trip to the Golden Circle, we’ll visit three iconic natural attractions. First, we’ll pay our respects to the geothermally active area around Geysir, home to the famous hot spring that gave us the word ‘geyser’. Though the eponymous jet is dormant now, its neighbor Strokkur never fails to delight, erupting great jets of boiling water high in the air every 5 to 10 minutes! We’ll also visit Thingvellir National Park, the rift valley that runs between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Iceland’s historic parliament, Alþingi, the oldest continuously existing parliament in the world, was founded here in 930 CE. Last, but certainly not least, is Gullfoss Waterfall (Golden Falls), one of the most iconic waterfalls in Iceland known for its golden-hued mist.

If you are looking for a totally unique way to explore Iceland, go snowmobiling on Langjökull, Iceland’s second largest glacier! The drive up from Gullfoss is an adventure in itself, and you’ll certainly see why we use rugged, all-terrain vehicles to reach our snowmobile base. A suit, a helmet, and a few brief driving instructions from your snowmobile guide, and you’ll be all set to hit the slopes! There’s nothing quite like skimming through virgin snow with the wind at your back in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by majestic peaks!

Blue Ice – Glacier hiking & ice climbing on Solheimajokull glacier

Next up, we’ll climb onto the glacier tongue of Sólheimajökull, a rugged, raw and truly phenomenal outlet of Vatnajökull. Join our certified glacier guide for glimpses of cool ice formations, including sinkholes, crevasses, and stunningly jagged ridges. Those who feel confident can test their ice climbing skills. We provide the special tools you need, including crampons, ice axes, and safety lines.

Difficulty level: Moderate – all other activities on this package Iceland tour are classified as easy

Blue Lagoon

Last on the list, let your muscles unwind after the long, action-packed adventure at the Blue Lagoon. Soak in the rich silica minerals of the lagoon, where milky blue water leaves your skin soft and smooth.

Relax in this magical pool, surrounded by the most amazing Icelandic lava scenery, you will not be disappointed!

Pick up & drop off times:

Northern Lights Explorer: Pick up 8:30 PM returning at 00:30 AM, these times may vary slightly.

Golden Circle, Super Truck & Snowmobiling: Pick up at 8:30 AM returning at around 6:30 PM.

Blue Ice – Glacier hiking & ice climbing: Pick up starts at 09:00 AM returning at approximately 7:00 PM.

Blue Lagoon: Pick up and return times will be confirmed by our sales team upon.

Vouchers

Pickup and expected dropoff times will be confirmed by our sales team after booking. When you arrange your trip you will initially be sent a voucher as proof of booking. This document will not contain your pickup and dropoff details. Our sales team will send you a separate email containing your full itinerary, so please look out for this.

Please note

Flights, lunch, dinner, accommodation & solo snowmobile on the second day are not included in this tour.

This tour is comprised of 4 different day tours from Reykjavík, and the order of the tours can vary between departures. We will send you the final itinerary once your tour is booked.

Terms and Conditions

Please note

Flights, lunch, dinner, accommodation & solo snowmobile on the second day are not included in this tour.

This tour is comprised of 4 different day tours from Reykjavík, and the order of the tours can vary between departures. We will send you the final itinerary once your tour is booked.

Booking Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time and apply to all of our services.

By accessing, browsing, using and/or completing a reservation through our (mobile) website you acknowledge and agree to have read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions set out below.

This tour is operated by our partner Arctic Adventures. Arctic Adventures is a tour operator, offering a wide range of adventure tours in Iceland.
Arctic Adventures reserves the right to alter itineraries and/or timetables should it be necessary, due to adverse weather and or other related conditions.  Arctic Adventures is not responsible for expenses and/or other related costs due to factors outside of its control, such as flight delays, changes and or cancellations, injuries, weather, war, natural disasters etc. and/or other unforeseeable matters. You are responsible for providing Arctic Adventures with the correct contact information and related details so that we can keep you informed in the event of changes made to the services booked.

1. Prices

Please note that all prices for the services provided by Arctic Adventures and its sub-brands are in the company’s local currency,  Icelandic Krona (ISK). As a local operator, Arctic Adventures can not be responsible for currency fluctuations and or additional fees outside its control that may be applied such as bank transfer fees, credit card fees and etc.

2. Special offers & Promotional codes

Please note that special offers such as promotional codes cannot be applied to a reservation after purchase has been made such as in the form of a refund. When offered, promotional codes and/or other special offers, must be entered into the relevant field located on the payment page upon check out at the time of booking in order to be valid and applied. 

3. Pick-up & Drop-off Services

Arctic Adventures offers pick up and drop-off services for most of its tours. Please read the tour description very carefully to see if pick-up and drop-off services are included in the price, can be added as an extra or the activity in question only offers the option of meeting us on location.

You as the traveler are responsible for your pick-up, this includes providing Arctic Adventures with your pick up location in time as well as being ready at the correct time for the pick-up for your tour. Arctic Adventures will provide you with information about your pick up time on your voucher which is provided upon booking. If you are unsure when to be ready for your scheduled tour then please contact our Customer Support Team.

Please note that missing the pick-up does not entitle you to a refund of the price paid for the services. You are responsible to be ready for pick up at the assigned pick up point from the start of the pick-up time in order to not miss our guides when they arrive to pick you up.

4. Extras & Rental gear.

Extras and rental gear can both be added upon booking your tour as well as afterwards as long as it is made no later than the evening before your tour departure date. If you have already made a reservation with us and would like to add any extras and/or rental gear to your reservation then please contact our Customer Support Team.
Please note that all extras and rental gear reservations are final. No refund is given for extras & rental gear, this includes single supplements, hiking shoes, waterproof jacket and pants etc.

Safety equipment needed for each tour is provided by Arctic Adventures and is not classified as rental gear.

5. Travel insurance

As with any and all world travel, we strongly recommend that you purchase travel a travel insurance policy in your home country that covers your cost should you have to cancel your travel reservation with short notice. These kind of travel insurances are not expensive and frequently cover other risks. Having travel insurances is always a good idea when traveling around the world.

6. Icelandic weather and conditions

All adventure trips and outdoor activities are dependent on weather and general conditions. Arctic Adventures reserves the right to alter routes, itineraries, departure times and or cancel your trip without prior notice with your safety in mind, should the necessity arise.

Please keep in mind that Iceland is and will always be Iceland. The weather changes fast on our northern island and with it, conditions change. Our guides are specially trained to deal with changing conditions and their number one priority is to make decisions with your safety in mind. Please be aware of this and respect your guides authority to do so. This is especially valid for winter travel in Iceland. Our summer trips (excluding high alpine trips), operated from June through August, are rarely adversely affected by harsh weather.

Arctic Adventures can not be held responsible for any loss, damage, accident, injury, sickness, schedule change or other factors due to weather, strike, natural disasters or any other cause beyond Arctic Adventures‘s control. Arctic Adventures acts in good faith and cannot be held responsible for defaults or delays of organizations that are not a part of the Arctic family such as individual agencies, hotels, other tour operators, airlines, guides, restaurants or any other person‘s or company‘s act.
In the case of any changes to flights (domestic and international), the passenger is responsible for any additional costs incurred as a result of such changes (i.e. additional hotel nights, meals, transfers, etc.), at the time provided. We, therefore, advise all customers to have comprehensive travel insurance to meet all contingencies.

7. Clothing

Appropriate footwear and suitable outdoor clothing must be worn. We reserve the right to refuse participation to customers who are dressed inappropriately or with inappropriate footwear since this will put the client’s well-being and safety at risk.

8. Luggage
Please note that Arctic Adventures cannot be held responsible for damaged luggage if it is taken on the tour. Luggage storage can be bought as an optional extra if the customer would like to securely store their luggage while on the multi-day adventure.

9. Assumed risk & Outdoor activities

Guests/Clients are advised that all activities are undertaken entirely at their own risk and they must behave in a fit and proper manner at all times in accordance with Arctic Adventures, Arctic Rafting, Glacier Guides, Trek Iceland, Snowmobile.is or their partners’ guidelines and must take proper responsibility for their own safety. All adventure tours and outdoor activities carry inherent risks and Arctic Adventures or its partners do not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions or are caused by factors outside of human control (Force majeure). With the purchase of your trip you agree to these conditions, understand its implications and accept responsibility for your participation in your trip. Depending on the excursion, you may be requested to sign an additional liability release.

10. Alcohol and drugs:

We reserve the right to refuse participation to clients we believe are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, in such circumstances, no refund shall be given. Our guides reserve the right to refuse participation to any customer whose conduct or manner is likely to cause offence, upset or put other passengers in danger. In such cases, full cancellation charges apply.

11. Reviews & Feedback

Arctic Adventures welcomes all feedback, both positive as well as negative as it helps us improve our overall services, and performance. We would greatly appreciate it if you could share your tour experience with us.
Please note that all complaints must reach Arctic Adventures within 5 days from the completion of your tour. Otherwise, possible compensation is not valid.

 

Cancellation Policy

All cancellation fees held by Arctic Adventures are only intended to cover our direct cost of amending and/or canceling your reservation.

For tours purchased through another vendor please reach out to the vendor directly with your refund and/or cancellation request.

Cancellation fees & charges

 

Cancellations of Multi-day, Self-Drive, Stopover Packages, Group & Trekking Tours

More than 28 days’ notice 90% refund
Less than 28 days’ notice 50% refund
Less than 48 hours’ notice No refund

Cancellations with more than 28 days’ notice before trip departure:

You will be refunded 90% of the total tour price. 10% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of booking and preparing your tour.

Cancellations with less than 28 days’ notice before trip departure:

You will be refunded 50% of your total tour price. 50% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of canceling any arrangements made for your tour.

Cancellations with less than 48-hours’ notice before trip departure:

No refund will be given if tours are canceled with less than 48 hours’ notice, as Arctic Adventures will be charged for all costs such as guides, transport etc.

10% of the price of your trip is non-refundable, this percentage reflects our cost of booking and preparing your trip.

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