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A tour that will exceed your expectations!

Lovely evening trip to the Secret Lagoon, then to dinner followed by a northern lights hunt. There’s a lot packed into this excursion yet it still felt leisurely, not overwhelming. The Secret Lagoon was relaxing and not overcrowded. The dinner consisted of a delicious creamy mushroom soup, a buffet main course and a nice light chocolate cake for dessert. Everything tasted so fresh and satisfying. After dinner we were off to search for a view of the Northern Lights. I have to say, I thought this portion of the excursion would have been canceled due to cloud coverage (earlier in the evening our hotel had posted signs indicating that all Northern Lights tours had been cancelled due to weather conditions). Our guide and bus driver persisted and it paid off! We actually caught a brief but amazing peek of the lights! To our delight the lights appeared again during our drop-off in the city. I’d definitely recommend this tour! Many thanks to our guide and driver! :)

Great tour to start off our Iceland adventure

The operator of this tour, Gray Lines, is very good. Drivers/guides are knowledgeable. They pick you up and drop you off from your hotel (or nearest possible location to your hotel). For this tour, we were in a small mini-bus. On the drive out, our driver regaled us with various information and history points about Iceland and the places we were driving by. On a slightly sour note (but also being quite straight-forward), he told us that since the weather was bad/ it was cloudy, that we were probably not going to see the Northern Lights. The Secret Lagoon was amazing. It's similar to a little back-yard pool, but heated by geothermic springs. The buffet dinner was in a restaurant 2min away from Secret Lagoon. Amazing. As predicted, no Northern Lights, and this tour doesn’t provide complimentary reschedule to go see them.

Great Restaurant, Great Beer, Tasty Food

The Bryggjan Brugghús is a great venue, and our hostess Candy was amazing. She led us through the tasting, then spent a good amount of time just sitting and chatting with us about Icelandic history, culture, and her personal stories/experiences/opinions. The bar has an assortment of great tasting beers that are brewed in-house. If you don't get this deal, the bar does a tour and tasting every day - that being said, you won't get the delicious paired food. Keep in mind a few things: this is tapas being served, so you might need to snack before or after the "tour". You can also order more food at the restaurant. You can also order more beer (note that beer is expensive in Iceland, and the price increases by alcohol content. Make use of "Happy Hour"). Highly recommend this deal.

A fun evening, rich in history and so many delicacies!

We were fortunate enough to have a private tour with Lella and she was awesome! Lella was able to convey a better picture of the history and culture of Iceland than any reading we had done beforehand. We heard about political and cultural idiosyncrasies of the country as walked the streets of downtown Reykjavik to sample many traditional dishes. So many dishes that I hadn't even heard about, let alone tried - even fermented shark! If you have a few hours to spare in Reykjavik, I highly recommend booking this tour with Funky Iceland!

Reykjavik: Food and Beer Walking Tour Reviewed by Charles, 06/19/2019

Great fun and the opportunity to try food you probably would'nt try

There were six of us that met up with Ester for a great tour of some lovely restaurants in Reykjavik. Ester was a perfect host telling us about the origins of the food and other interesting facts about life in Iceland. The walk is not far as it concentrates around the old part of Reykjavik and you are very full afterwards.

Reykjavik: Icelandic Food Tour Reviewed by Alison, 09/30/2019