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  • October 2-7
    •  6 days/5 nights
    • 2,195 pp/double occupancy (land only)
  • October 9-14
    • 6 days/5 nights
    • 2,195 pp/double occupancy (land only)
  • October 21-26 (SG)
    • 6 days/5 nights
      2,495 pp/double occupancy (land only)
  • November 1-6 (SG)
    • 6 days/5 nights
    • 2,395 pp/double occupancy (land only)
  • November 15-20 (SG)
    • 6 days/5 nights
    • 2,345 pp/double occupancy (land only)
  • December 7-12 (SG)
    • 6 days/5 nights
    • 2,345 pp/double occupancy (land only)

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Northern Lights Quest of Iceland

Iceland is an island of dramatic contrast and a landscape forged by fire and ice. Streaming lava fields and hot pools reflect its volcanic nature. Massive glaciers sculpt the mountains and valleys leaving thundering waterfalls and plunging fjords. The Icelandic people combine a reverence for their Viking heritage and ancient language with an industrialized and progressive society. Discover the spectacular landscapes and proud people of this small island nation during this fascinating journey.

Day 1 Reykjavik, Iceland

Your tour starts in your hotel at 2:00 PM. Discover the capital city

Reykjavik on a panoramic tour, experiencing its charming architecture

and beautiful, brightly colored rooftops. Visit the Perlan Observation

Deck to see magnificent 360 degree views of the city and its

surroundings. Return to your hotel for a welcome drink and canapes

with your group, followed by free time for dinner on your own. Then

head to the harbor for your Northern Lights boat quest. Enjoy

beautiful views of the city and surrounding mountains as you sail

away, watching for aurora borealis.

Day 2Golden Circle | Secret Lagoon | Fridheimar Tomato Farm
Head out on the famed Golden Circle, starting with the spectacular Thingvellir National Park, a meeting place of old Icelandic clans. It is also where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet above ground. Journey to the Secret Lagoon: small and intimate, it's where savvy travelers go to enjoy the Icelandic spa experience. Don't forget your swimsuit! Enjoy lunch in the greenhouse of Fridheimar Tomato Farm. Then it's on to the Strokkur Geyser, which erupts every 10 minutes. Stop at Gullfoss Waterfall, one of the most photographed spots in all of Iceland. Move on to your hotel below the Hekla volcano and enjoy dinner with your group. After dark, you might soak in the hotel's outdoor hot tub while watching for the Northern Lights. (B, L, D)

Day 3LAVA Center| Skogar Folk Museum | Skogafoss Waterfall | Black Sand Beach

Visit the LAVA Center to learn about Iceland's volcanoes, and how their eruptions and lava flows have shaped the country over time. VIsit the Skogar Folk Museum to explore Iceland's cultural heritage and learn about the lives of Iceland's early settlers through an array of tools, books, and handicrafts. Visit the nearby Skogafoss Waterfall, where on sunny days a double rainbow is often visible. Dine tonight at your hotel which is perfectly situated for Northern Lights viewing; it offers wake-up service if the lights are visible after bedtime (B, D)

Day 4Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon | Diamond Beach | Skaftafell Wilderness Area
Travel into Vatnajokull National Park to Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, dotted with crystal-blue icebergs. Marvel at small icebergs flowing into the Atlantic or breaking up along the black sand of Diamond Beach. Enjoy lunch with a view of the surrounding countryside. Visit Skaftafell Wilderness Area with its enormous glaciers, snow-capped volcano and nearby lava fields. Return to your hotel where you can dine independently. It may be another perfect night to step into the darkness and search for the elusive Northern Lights. (B, L)

Day 5Seljalandsfoss | Reykjavik | The Blue Lagoon

Journey to the beautiful Seljalandsfoss Waterfall where,

weather permitting, the sure-footed can walk the trail that takes

you behind the 60-meter falls. Travel back to Reykjavik, possibly

visiting any itinerary sights you might have missed due to weather.

Spend the rest of the afternoon independently exploring the city.

In the evening visit the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa in a

man-made lake surrounded by a lava field, share in a farewell

dinner and lagoon entry with your group (B, D)

Day 6 – Reykjavic/New York Unfortunately, all good things come to an end and our tour ends with many pleasant and wonderful memories of a land little known to most of the world. We depart with a better understanding of the proud lives and country of our Viking neighbors to the north east.

**Please note - all visits are weather dependent.