Read more about daytours in Iceland.

Air tours

See Iceland from above.

Akureyri sightseeing

Visit Akureyri, sometimes nicknamed the Capital of North Iceland.

Architectural tours

See the Icelandic architectural history from the first settlement to the present day.

Askja

Askja is a stratovolcano situated in a remote part of the central highlands of Iceland.

ATV/Quad

ATV tours in Iceland are always a fantastic opportunity for some off-road action.

Biking

Rent a bike and cycle around the country.

Bird watching

There are many places in Iceland that are paradise for birdwatchers.

Blue lagoon

The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland.

Canoeing

Canoeing is the perfect activity if you are looking for a hands on adventure out in the Icelandic nature.

Caving

There are many incredible caves and lava tubes up to 1000 m long in Iceland.

Christmas & new year

See how Christmas and New Year are celebrated in Iceland.

Churches

There are churches everywhere in Iceland.

Cruise ship service

Each year Icelandic travel agencies services thousands of cruise line passengers who arrive in Iceland during the spring and summer months.

Dimmuborgir

Dimmuborgir is a large area of unusually shaped lava fields east of the lake Mývatn in North Iceland.

Diving/Snorkeling

Dive with the most experienced divers in Iceland.

Dogsledding

Greenland has dogsledding, Finland has dogsledding... Iceland has it too!

Elves and hidden people

There are elves and hidden people everywhere!

Eskifjörður sightseeing

Eskifjörður is a small, beautiful town in East Iceland.

Farm Animals

Iceland has a lot of them.

Fjallsárlón - Glacier Lagoon

Fjallsárlón is an isolated glacical lagoon in east Iceland.

Flatey Island

Flatey is the largest island in West Iceland.

Food tours

Let´s eat!

Geysers

Visit the famous geysers Geysir and Strokkur in South Iceland.

Glaciers

Iceland is the land of many glaciers. The glacier Vatnajökull in East Iceland is the largest one.

Golden circle

The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in South Iceland. The three primary stops on the route are The National Park Þingvellir, The Waterfall Gullfoss and the geothermally active valley of Haukadalur.

Grímsey Island

Home of one million seabirds.

Hiking

Hike in the Icelandic wilderness.

Hljóðaklettar

Hljóðaklettar (Esho Rocks) are a row of craters featuring basalt columns.

Hornstrandir

A trip to the Hornstrandir nature reserve is like a journey to another world.

Horse riding

Ride the Icelandic horses while enjoying Icelandic landscapes.

Hrísey Island

Hrísey island - The pearl of the fjord Eyjafjörður in North Iceland.

Hvalfjörður

Until the 1980s, one of the biggest whaling stations in Iceland was located in the fjord Hvalfjörður.

Ice climbing

Here you will find ice climbing tours on the various glaciers of Iceland.

Ice fishing

Where better to go ice fishing than in Iceland?

Jökulsárlón - Glacier Lagoon

Jökulsárlón is a large glacier lagoon in East Iceland.

Kayaking

See kayaking tours in Iceland.

Kerið - A volcanic crater lake

Kerið, a volcanic crater lake in South Iceland.

Knitting

Knit in Icelandic nature.

Lake Kleifarvatn

Kleifarvatn is the largest lake on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland.

Lake Mývatn

Mývatn is a shallow eutrophic lake situated in an area of active volcanism in North Iceland.

Landmannalaugar

The Landmannalaugar area is a popular tourist destination and hiking hub in Iceland´s highlands.

Reykjavik sightseeing

Explore the Capital of Iceland, Reykjavík.

Laugarvatn Fontana

Geothermal baths.

Látrabjarg

Látrabjarg - The cliffs of all cliffs!

Monster lake

Yes, there is a monster in the lake!

Mountain biking

Iceland´s highland offers endless roads and paths for mountain biking.

Nightlife

Let´s party.

Offroad

Driving offroad in Iceland is not allowed except...

Paragliding

Let´s fly.

Photo tours

Take a picture!

Rauðasandur

It´s red!

Reindeer watching

See these beautiful animals in East Iceland.

Reykjanes peninsula

The Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland is mostly a barren waste of lava fields.

River rafting

Experience some action.

Riverjets

The most thrill seeking adventure in Iceland.

Run in Iceland

Run as much as you like.

Sailboat skiing

Let´s try it!

Sea angling

Sea angling is a great fun for everybody.

Seal watching

Experience seeing the seals in their natural environment.

Segway

It´s so much fun!

Sheep roundup tours

Participate in the sheep roundup in the Icelandic countryside.

Skaftafell

Skaftafell is a preservation area in East Iceland.

Skiing

Ski, ski, ski!

Snæfellsnes peninsula

In Snæfellsnes many national sights can be found, including the Snæfellsjökull volcano, regarded as one of the symbols of Iceland.

Snow cats

A unique experience that will definitely be remembered.

Snowboarding

Let´s do it!

Snowmobile

Snowmobiling tours in Iceland are a fantastic experience.

South coast

The South coast of Iceland holds some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Iceland.

Super jeeps

Super Jeep tours in Iceland are quite extreme and unique.

Surfing

Ride world class waves around Iceland.

Surtsey Island

Is Surtsey the world´s youngest island? It is only about 50 years old.

The Natural Monument Grábrókargígar

The natural monument Grábrókargígar in West Iceland.

Volcanoes

There are about 130 volcanoes in Iceland.

Water angling

Iceland has the fishing spots for you.

Waterfalls

Iceland the land of many waterfalls.

Westfjords sightseeing

Time magazine compiled a list of the 24 world´s best-kept secrets in travelling. Westfjords of Iceland reach that list.

Westman Islands

See Iceland´s most famous volcano island, Heimaey.

Whale watching

Observe the whales in their natural environment.

Ásbyrgi

Ásbyrgi is a beautiful canyon in North Iceland.

Þingvellir

The national park of Þingvellir is a site of historical, cultural and geological importance and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Iceland.

Þórsmörk

Þórsmörk is a mountain ridge in South Iceland that was named after the Norse god Thor (Þór).