Iceland in 4 Days



Length of Trip
4 Days + Arrival Day
Available Dates
04/01/2022 - 04/04/2022

Much of Iceland’s “must-dos” are in close proximity, making it an easy 3-day trip to pack in many of the top destinations and experiences.  During your time, you will see some of Iceland’s most infamous waterfalls, iceberg lagoons, and breathtaking cliffside vistas.  Enjoy unique experiences like hiking and ice climbing a glacier, whale watching, and relaxing in natural geothermal baths.

Vik, Laugarvatn, Southern Coast, Ring Road, Fjaðrárgljúfur
Group Size




Available Dates
04/01/2022 - 04/04/2022
Length of Trip
4 Days + Arrival Day
Trip Highlights
  • Whale Watching
  • Glacier Hike
  • Iceland's Most Infamous Waterfalls
  • Hot Springs
Important Trip Information
  • 4 Double Occupancy Hotel Nights
  • Excursions
  • 2 Hiking Tours
  • 1 Whale Watching Tour
  • Natural Hot Springs Experience
  • Dining
  • 4 Breakfasts
  • Transportation
  • Park Admissions
  • Guide
  • Itinerary
    Day 0

    Today is left open for arrivals. You may wish to arrive a day or two earlier and explore the lively city of Reykjavik on your own. We come together in the evening for a group dinner, introductions, and trip overview.

    Day 1

    Whale watching is a rare and exciting opportunity, and today you’ll get your chance to see minke whales, humpback whales, harbour porpoises, white-beaked dolphins among other whale and bird species. Expert guides share wildlife information and whale-spotting tips on this three-hour adventure. The tour departs from Reykjavik making it easy to find a place for lunch and freshen up afterward. Then, enjoy an afternoon soak in geothermal springs at Laugarvatn Fontana Geothermal Baths. Unlike the manmade Blue Lagoon, these geothermal springs are natural, and surrounded by beautiful landscape, saunas, and a completely relaxing and rejuvenating environment.

    Day 2

    Today is an exciting and rare opportunity to hike and climb the magnificent Sólheimajökull glacier. Explore the crevasse, ice climb with picks and rope. With its amazing ice formations, sinkholes and jagged ridges, Sólheimajokull glacier is absolutely an unforgettable experience.

    Day 3

    Iceland is known for its waterfalls, and today you’ll start to experience why. Beginning on the Southern coast, we visit the 197ft high Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. Its origin is a volcanic glacier, and name is derived from the Seljalands River it flows through. Skogafoss Waterfall flows directly from two glaciers, and Dyrholaey Cliffs drop into the sea, creating dramatic picturesque views. The Fjadrargljufur Canyon is also along Ring Road, and not to be missed. Be sure to bring your camera on this hike to capture the incredible views of rock, water, and natural ecosystem. ECOTOUR. Overnight is spent in the quaint and picturesque town of Vik.

    Day 4

    A leisurely morning can be enjoyed relaxing at the hotel, grabbing a nice breakfast, or exploring the town of Vik. Around noon, we head further East, stopping for an easy yet incredibly scenic hike at the Fjadrargljufur Canyon. As the drive continues, the Jokulsarlon Iceberg Lagoon makes a perfect pitstop. Massive ice formations float in the crystal blue waters, reflecting the sky and land around. After enjoying time to soak in the scenery, take photos, and visit the gift shop, we return to Reykjavik to conclude our journey.

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    Interested in a private tour, alternate dates from what’s listed, or other questions or inquiries? We’d love to help!