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Iceland Holidays

Explore unbelievable landscapes on one of our 3 or 4-night Iceland Holidays. Truly unforgettable, the Land of Fire and Ice is home to some of the most enchanting natural wonders. Join us on a guided group holiday to make the most of your time here.

Holidays to Iceland

On our holidays to Iceland, we will explore the array of landscapes characterised by waterfalls, geysers, volcanoes, black sand beaches and steaming lava fields. With almost 80% of the country uninhabited, much of Iceland's terrain consists of plateaux, mountain peaks, fertile lowlands, and long, deep fjords and glaciers. It’s a great adventure!

From the Blue Lagoon to the city of Reykjavík, trips to Iceland include everything you want for every kind of holiday. The mesmerising natural geothermic spa is extraordinary and the capital presents architecture everyone can enjoy. We’ll also take the Golden Circle tour, visiting Gullfoss waterfall, Thingvellir National Park, active geysers and more.

An Iceland holiday wouldn’t be complete without the opportunity to see the Northern Lights. The incredible Aurora Borealis is an utterly unique experience, creating memories that will last a lifetime. Visit Iceland with us to explore this one-of-a-kind country, it’s amazing scenery and natural phenomenon.

Our Iceland holidays from Ireland include guided tours and transfers to the island's top sights, return flights and 3 or 4 star accommodation, all with a knowledgeable, local guide by our side to show us the way.

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Iceland Holiday FAQs

Do I require a holiday visa to travel to Iceland?


All visitors to Iceland must carry a valid passport. EU citizens do not need a visa. Non-EU citizens should check their requirements. UK citizens can find further information by visiting

Will I be met at the airport when I arrive in Iceland?


Yes, you will be met at Keflavik airport. The approximate journey time to your hotel in Reykjavík from Keflavik is approximately 40 minutes.

What should I pack for my holiday in Iceland?


For travel outside the (cool-ish) summer period (June to September) it’s wise to wear plenty of warm layers. Winter temperatures vary between -10C and +10C and the wind chill factor cannot be underestimated. We recommend packing the following items for our trips to Iceland:

  • Wind and rain-proof coat
  • Wool socks and sturdy walking shoes / boots
  • Warm hat, scarf & gloves
  • Thick woollen jumpers and fleece lined clothing
  • Bathing suit for the Blue Lagoon or other outdoor bathing venues
  • Your reusable water bottle : the tap water in Iceland is excellent, and it’s free!

Is it safe to tour Iceland?


Iceland is regarded as a safe place. However, at any destination popular with tourists there can be opportunists and pickpockets. It is wise to be vigilant and always take good care of your personal belongings. Make use of the safe at your hotel, and carry a photocopy of your passport when out and about.  

What kind of plugs / sockets are used in Iceland?


In Iceland the power sockets are of type C and F. These are the two prong outputs. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. To avoid any issues upon arrival we always recommend travelling with a universal adapter.

What advice do you have for tipping in restaurants while in Iceland?


Tipping is not customary in Iceland. More often than not there will be a service charge on your restaurant bill. However, if you are happy with the service and would like to tip, the recommended amount is 10%.

Is Iceland expensive?


Iceland can be expensive. For everyday purchases, look out for Bónus, a basic supermarket chain where essentials can be bought at more realistic prices than in convenience stores. Quirky mementos of your visit and good prices can be found at the Kolaportið weekend flea market in Reykjavik’s Old Harbour area. Also worth checking out is the Red Cross thrift shop on Laugavegur Street. Look out for afternoon/evening ‘Happy Hour’ in bars and restaurants, for discounted beer and wines.

When is the best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland?


Whilst sightings of the Northern Lights are subject to weather and atmospheric conditions and cannot be guaranteed, usually the best time to see the Northern Lights is between October and April.

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