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Iceland's Northern Lights

Discover Iceland’s best-known national treasures, mystical northern lights, ancient sagas, and unique traditions. Iceland is a land of fire and ice with ancient volcanoes and grandiose glaciers. Tour the "Golden Circle," packed with jaw-dropping landscapes and natural wonders including Gullfoss Waterfall, Geysir Hot Springs, and Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cruise Breidafjordur Bay and taste shellfish picked from pristine waters. We will also visit the famous rejuvenating geothermal spa Blue Lagoon, tour the capital of Reykjavik, stroll the halls of the National Museum of Iceland, learn about the northern lights and how to photograph them at Aurora Reykjavik, and search the night sky for magical auroras.


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Hosted By: Rob Fowler

Storm Team 2's Chief Meteorologist

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Day 1 : Fly to Iceland

Depart the USA for a restful overnight flight to Iceland.

Day 2 : Arrive in Iceland

Our flight arrives early morning. After breakfast, we view the stunning Harpa Concert Hall, whose glassy exterior features a facade of geometric shapes that change color with the angle of the sun. Take in beautiful views of Reykjavik and the surroundings from the Perlan, an observation deck known as the Pearl. Tour the National Museum of Iceland before we check in to our hotel. Tonight we reconvene for a Holiday Vacations Welcome Dinner where you will have time to get to know your traveling companions.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 3 : Reykjavik

After breakfast, we enjoy more city sites of Reykjavik. Though one of the smallest capital cities in the world, it is brimming with adventures. We learn about the aurora borealis at the Aurora Reykjavik Museum where the northern lights are always on display. We view Parliament and enjoy panoramic views from the city’s best-known landmark, Hallgrimskirkja church. Next we descend under Whale Bay through an undersea tunnel to Akranes. At the Museum Center view a vast collection of architecture, maritime exhibits, and artifacts. See Europe’s most powerful hot spring, Deildartunguhver, which provides water and geothermal heat for much of the area. We end the day visiting two incredibly unique waterfalls: Hraunfossar, a collection of several creeks cascading down a wall of lava rocks creating a spectacular display of ever-changing colors; and Barnafoss Waterfall, cutting deep through a narrow canyon and steeped in mystery and folklore. This is the perfect place to hunt for luminescent green northern lights dancing above.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 4 : Breidafjordur Bay

Following breakfast, we travel to Stykkisholmur, a gateway city to several islands in Breidafjordur Bay. We embark on a maritime escapade passing by hundreds of tiny islands. Experience Viking Sushi, where a large selection of shellfish is pulled straight from the pristine waters for tasting. View quaint fishing villages as we make our way through the bay. At Arnarstapi we can walk along the Bookshelves of God, made out of stacked columnar basalt rock formations. The serenity of Snaefellsjokull National Park leaves lasting memories of a variety of landscapes, from moss-blanketed lava fields to jagged cliffs and pebbled beaches. We bid the bay farewell before we head back to our hotel. Tonight we have another opportunity to discover the mysterious aurora borealis.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 5 : Golden Circle of Natural Wonders

Our day is packed with history and natural marvels. Experience the power of Gullfoss Waterfall as it thunders glacial water more than 100 feet down a rugged canyon. When the sun is shining you can often witness a bright rainbow over the falls. The Geysir Hot Springs area is packed with bubbling mud pits and explosive geysers including Strokkur, which spouts water 100 feet into the sky every few minutes. The highlight of our Golden Circle tour is Thingvellir National Park, bursting with a storied history and incredible landscape. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is also the world’s oldest ongoing parliament, beginning with an annual assembly established by Norse settlers in 930 AD. The area offers dramatic landscapes as it visibly displays how the North American and Eurasian continental plates meet, creating bulging lava fields, glacial pools, and other geological phenomena. En route to Hveragerdi we stop at Efstidalur dairy farm and enjoy regional delights, including homemade Skyr, a Greek-style yogurt dessert from the days of Vikings. Our geothermal adventure continues as we enter the Hot Springs Capital of the World at Hveragerdi. Not only is the town brimming with countless hot springs and clay foot baths but also a large concentration of greenhouses. Residents here provide the country with a vast majority of its homegrown produce including tropical fruit such as bananas and papayas thanks to the geothermally heated climate. We stay in the Hveragerdi area this evening and gaze upward for views of northern lights.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6 : Reykjanes Seacoast & Blue Lagoon

Rise and shine for a spectacular coastal drive along Reykjanes Peninsula, a UNESCO Global Geopark. Here we witness the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, the only place in the world it is visible above sea level. Our last day of adventure begins with a relaxing morning at Iceland’s most popular attraction, the Blue Lagoon. Mineral-rich seawater fills the large lake at a constant 102°F. Soak in the lagoon or enjoy the mystical views from the sauna. Don’t miss out on the included silica mud mask or experience the geothermal massage waterfall. We leave the Blue Lagoon feeling refreshed, energized, and silky smooth. Stop for lunch in the fishing town of Grindavik, then see Lake Kleifarvatn, uniquely filled entirely by underground water. We return to Reykjavik and enjoy a Holiday Vacations Farewell Dinner.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 7 : Fly Home

Breakfast

Additional Tour Information

Your Holiday Vacations Experience Includes

  • All airfare
  • All fuel surcharges, government fees, airport & departure taxes
  • Holiday Vacations Tour Director
  • Motorcoach & professional driver
  • Baggage handling at hotels
  • $100 Loyalty Credit for a future tour

All Accommodations Featuring

  • 1 night in Reykjavik
  • 2 nights in Reykholt
  • 1 night in the Hveragerdi area
  • 1 night in Reykjavik

Attractions & Highlights

  • Perlan Observatory
  • National Museum of Iceland
  • Aurora Reykjavik
  • Reykjavik city tour
  • Akranes Museum Center
  • Deildartunguhver & Reykholt
  • Hraunfosser, Land of Waterfalls
  • Breidafjordur Bay cruise with Viking Sushi tastings
  • The Bookshelves of God at Arnarstapi
  • Snæfelljsökull National Park
  • Hveragerdi, the Hot Springs Capital of the World
  • Reykjanes Peninsula
  • Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa with included Comfort Package (beverage and silica mud mask)
  • Lake Kleifarvatn

12 Excellent Meals Featuring

  • Breakfast at the Harpa Concert Hall
  • Holiday Vacations Welcome Dinner in Reykjavik
  • Lunch at Efstidalur dairy farm
  • Holiday Vacations Farewell Dinner in Reykjavik

Tour Dates & Pricing

Occupancy

Price Per Person

Double

$5299

Single

$6099

Final Payment Date: 12/13/2022

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Departure Cities

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Charleston, SC - Charleston International Airport

Rob Fowler

Rob has been Storm Team 2’s Chief Meteorologist since 1987. Rob has been awarded the Seal of Approval from both the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.

Following the coverage of Hurricane Hugo, Rob was named “Meteorologist of the Year” by the National Weather Association. Rob has also been recognized as South Carolina’s Weather Broadcaster of the Year in 1997. He won Best Meteorologist in the Carolinas in 2000 from the Radio and Television News Directors Association. He has been named “Best Weather Forecaster” in Charleston for 20 years by the Charleston City Paper. In 2017, Rob celebrated his 30th anniversary at WCBD and was inducted into the Southeast Emmy Silver Circle Society for his years of service on air and in the Charleston Community.

Rob is married and has three children. Rob has previously hosted several Holiday Vacations’ tours.

Join Rob & Cara on this fabulous vacation.