2022 Iceland – Land of Fire & Ice – Small Group Tour


SMALL GROUP Tour: September 11 – 21, 2022           Limited to 10 Travelers

Iceland – Land of Fire & Ice | Starts: Reykjavik, Iceland Ends: Reykjavik

Accompanied by a Lakani Tour Manager, explore this island nation’s dramatic landscapes and Nordic culture.

Join your Lakani Tour Manager to explore the small Nordic island nation characterized by its dramatic landscape. Discover its volcanoes, stunning waterfalls, remarkable geysers, and therapeutic hot springs. Walk on glaciers and through ice tunnels. Admire beautiful lagoons and unique lava fields. Immerse yourself in the culture of Icelanders as you tour fishing villages, traditional farms, and museums. See a variety of whales and sea life while cruising the Eyjafjordur Fjord. Experience this unforgettable adventure across Iceland with memories to last a lifetime.


  • View Reykjavik from Perlan, a prominent modern landmark built on a cluster of water tanks
  • Explore the highlights of the famous Golden Circle of Iceland – Thingvellir, Gullfoss, and Geysir
  • Learn about Icelandic culture at the Skogar Museum
  • Gain an insider’s view of molten lava at the Lava Center
  • Take a glacier hike and a zodiac cruise on a glacier lagoon
  • Swim in Iceland’s floating pools at Vok Baths
  • Walk on the black sand desert of the northern highlands
  • Enjoy a whale watching excursion to see the Nordic sea life
  • Immerse yourself in the therapeutic geothermal waters of the famous Blue Lagoon
  • Gain insight from local experts and your Lakani Tour Manager


Pricing & Inclusions

To be Advised

Cost Per Person


Single Room Supplement

Accommodations with deluxe rooms

All meals including opportunities to Dine by Choice at local eateries

VIP service on arrival and departure with private airport transfers

Transportation by deluxe vehicles

Gratuities for lodging, meals, local guides and drivers

Internet access at all hotels

Lakani’s “Luggage-One-Touch”

Services of the Lakani Tour Manager from start to finish

Sunday, September 11 - Tuesday, September 13, 2022  •  Reykjavik. ICELAND & Hella -- Hotel Borg / Hotel Ranga

Arrive Reykjavik where you will be provided with VIP service and transferred to your accommodations in the heart of the city. See the highlights of the city and admire the panoramic view of the capital from the fascinating Perlan. Meet your fellow travelers and Lakani Tour Manager at a welcome cocktail and dinner party.

Take an excursion to Borgarfjordur, known for the Icelandic Sagas that are historical stories from the 9th-11th centuries. Continue to Husafell for lunch and then board a private glacier vehicle to drive onto a glacier and tour an ice tunnel with a private guide.

Travel the famous “Golden Circle” to discover Iceland’s most famous landmarks. Enter Thingvellir National Park, an UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. Continue to the impressive Gullfoss Waterfall and the incredible spouting hot springs of Geysir. Enjoy a lunch of local products at a traditional farm restaurant. Arrive at Hella for overnight.

Wednesday, September 14 - Friday, September 16  •  Hof & Egilsstadir -- Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon / Lake Hotel

Drive along the scenic South Coast of Iceland, stopping for a private tour of the collection of cultural artifacts at the Skogar Museum. Arrive in the seaside village of Vik in time for lunch. Attend a unique demonstration of molten lava. Continue to your accommodations located between two natural wonders.

Explore the waterfalls and glaciers of Skaftafell National Park. Take a private glacier walk and learn about the ice cap at its visitor center. Board a zodiac for a morning cruise on a stunning glacier lagoon. Drive to the fishing town of Hofn for lunch. Arrive in Egilsstadir and your hotel on the banks of the lovely Lagarfljot River. Don your swimsuit for a dip in Iceland’s only floating pools at Vok Baths.

Saturday, September 17 - Monday, September 19  •  Akureyri -- Hotel Kea

Cross the fascinating black sand deserts of the highlands to the beautiful volcanic lake region of Myvatn, known for its birdlife and geothermal activity. After lunch, drive to the spectacular Godafoss Waterfall en route to Akureyri, an important port on Eyjafjordur Fjord and nicknamed the Capital of North Iceland. Your hotel is in the heart of the town.

Embark on an exciting private whale watching cruise in the fjord. Tour a fish plant and experience shark tasting. Visit the unique Herring Era Museum in Siglufjordur.

Explore the highlights of Akureyri, including the stained-glass windows portraying scenes from Icelandic Christian history in the church, and the Akureyri Art Museum. Your afternoon is at leisure to see more of the town or for personal pursuits.

Tuesday, September 20  •  Grindavik/Blue Lagoon -- Silica Hotel

Transfer to the airport for your charter flight to Keflavik. Upon arrival, transfer to your deluxe hotel near the Blue Lagoon, the famous geothermal spa in a lava field on the Reykjanes Peninsula. On your last evening, reminisce with your newfound friends at a farewell cocktail and dinner party.

Wednesday, September 21  •  Keflavik/Reykjavik Airport

Bid farewell to Iceland as you are transferred to Keflavik Airport for your flight home or onward destination.

Hotel Borg  •  Reyjkavik, ICELAND

Art Deco elegance in the heart of the small capital city. Deluxe Room.

Hotel Ranga  •  Hella

Comfortable, cozy lodge in a remote area on the East Ranga River with wide open grassland views. Deluxe Room

Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon  •  Hof

Contemporary, comfortable hotel blending seamlessly into its natural setting. Deluxe Room.

Lake Hotel  •  Egilsstadir

Charming country hotel on Lagarfljót Lake, with a guesthouse history back to the early 1900s. Lake View Room.

Hotel Kea  •  Akureyri

Classic hotel in the heart of town just below the hilltop church. Deluxe Room.

Silica Hotel  •  Grindavik

Elegant simplicity in a geothermal setting of lava, moss and waters in a private lagoon. Mountain Deluxe Room.

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