Hotel Rangá, South Iceland
These are some of the excursions we can arrange for this trip.
Iceland whale watching
» From £70 per person
Spot everything from giant humpbacks to cute white-beaked dolphins on this superb-value cruise on one of Iceland's fastest whale-watching ships.
Glacier hike & south Iceland’s waterfalls
» From £130 per person
Experience true adventure with a crampon hike onto a giant ice cap between stops at two of Iceland’s most impressive waterfalls.
Golden Circle classic bus tour
» From £65 per person
Take in the Golden Circle’s geyser, waterfall and national-park highlights alongside a pair of lesser-visited gems.
Greater Reykjavik sightseeing
» From £40 per person
This tour includes the most significant places in the capital and the surrounding towns.
Taste the Saga Brewery Tour
» From £30 per person
Ölgerðin (e. The Brewery), Iceland’s oldest brewery invites you on a unique journey through the drinking saga. Taste the quirkiness of Iceland while listening to stories about the drinking culture as it once was in the past and is today.
» From £55 per person
Take a dip in the milky-blue, healing waters of Iceland’s most famous hot spring – the iconic Blue Lagoon.
Iceland Superjeep Excursions
» Call for details of price
Choose from a range of exciting Superjeep excursions around Iceland.
Northern Lights hunting by bus
» From £45 per person
Embark on a bus journey into Iceland's wilderness to hunt in search of the Northern Lights.
Why are there no ice hotels in Iceland?
It's rather ironic that Iceland, the 'land of ice and fire', contains zero ice hotels. But what it lacks in ice it more than makes up for in national park-framed lodges and private lagoon hotels. Still hankering to sleep on a bed made of snow? The neighbouring Nordics have more than enough.
Real & Mythological Animals in Scandinavia
From majestic whales to giant bears, ferocious wolverines and sly lynx, here are some of our favourites.