Travel to Þingvellir, Geysir and Gullfoss in style with our small-group deluxe Golden Circle tour, and visit an Icelandic tomato farm!

Golden Circle

The Golden Circle is the name commonly given to a combination of three sites of special significance in the west of Iceland.
Visit Þingvellir National ParkGeysir geothermal area, and Gullfoss waterfall. In addition, this Golden Circle tours also include a stop to the impressive Kerid crater lake.


Friðheimar Icelandic Tomato Farm

Special highlight of this deluxe Golden Circle is a visit to the fabulous Fridheimar Farm.
Here our guests are greeted with a guided visit of the farm stables and greenhouses. Fridheimar has rightfully gained a reputation for its outstanding greenhouse culture, quality horses, and warm welcoming.


The premium Golden Circle tour takes your little group of maximum 18 passengers around in a comfortable minibus. Learn about the Icelandic history and nature all in one magnificent route through the Icelandic countryside!




Tour details


  • Kerið volcanic crater (entrance fee included)
  • Friðheimar farm; greenhouse culture & Icelandic horse
  • Geysir geothermal area
  • Gullfoss waterfall
  • Þingvellir National Park


Our small group day tour to the Golden Circle begins with our fast and efficient pick up service. You simply need to wait at your hotel or at one of the designated pick up points and let us take care of the rest.
Once we have all our guests we will set off from the city and journey to our first major destination.

Kerid Crater

First we will stop at Kerið. The crater was formed during volcanic eruption some 6500 years.It’s vivid colours and stunning landscape have made it a popular place to visit.
Here walking paths on the crater rim and down to the crater lake allow you to explore the area.

Fridheimar Farm

Our next stop after Kerid is a family run farm called Friðheimar. Located near the geothermal town of Flúðir, the unique farm Fridheimar is both known for it’s greenhouses and the pure breed Icelandic horses. The owners have combined their compassion of Horticulture with active breeding programs for the Icelandic horse.  You will be invited to the stable where you get a presentation about the horse and a one horse show of the gaits. Coffee and tea are included while you enjoy the experience.

At Friðheimar greenhouse you will get a guides tour about the processes of greenhouse horticulture. Afterwards, the tour ends with a taste of grown fresh tomatoes.

For those that want to enjoy a good organic lunch straight from the farm, we always have a table reservation there.

Gullfoss Waterfall

Next up is the breathtaking Gullfoss waterfall, meaning the Golden waterfall. Gullfoss is a grandiose waterfall that drops a stunning 32m over two stages into a 70 m deep canyon. It’s alimented by glacial waters coming from the nearby icecap Langjökull.
Here the river has sculpted the impressive canyon and the drops of the fall.

Geysir Geothermal Area

After the waterfall we will make our way to the Geysir Geothermal area. The area gets its name from the hot spring called “Great Geysir” that used to be extremely active.
Geysir itself has not erupted in many years. Instead Strokkur has taken over the show and spouts hot water and steam some 20 meters up in the air every 5 to 10 mins. The process of the eruption is simply spectacular!
Walking paths keep you safe exploring the area; the steam vents, hot pools, bright and variated colours and bubbling pits while you breath the unique sulphuric smell.

Thingvellir National Park

The last stop on our tour is Þingvellir (Thingvellir) National Park where you walk in the footsteps of the Vikings, between the two continents. Thingvellir is Iceland’s first National park and UNESCO World Heritage for its great historical and geological importance.
Here the history of the nation truly began with the establishment of the first modern parliament in the world. It was a true centre of life in Iceland from its establishment in 930 and until it was moved to Reykjavík in 1798.

Moreover,  Thingvellir sits in a rift valley that marks the crest of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and the boundary between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. 

After a good walk in the National park we head back to Reykjavik.


What’s included

What’s included

  • Wi-fi
  • Bus fare
  • Professional guide
  • Entrance fees to Kerid
  • Earthquake exhibition
  • Guided tour at Friðheimar farm; greenhouses and stables
  • Tomato tasting at the greenhouse
  • Horse Show at the farm
  • Coffee/tea at stables
  • Reserved table at Fridheimar for optional lunch

What’s excluded

  • Drinks and food during the tour

What do I need to bring

  • Warm clothing and good shoes

Important information

  • The duration of the tour is 8 hours
  • There is no food included on this tour but there will be stops where you are able to purchase food
  • The tour includes a reserved table for lunch at Fridheimar greenhouse restaurant

Cancellation policy

  • 1-day notice: 100% charge

Guided Language

  • English