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  • From Reykjavik: Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon with Boat Trip

    1. From Reykjavik: Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon with Boat Trip

    Depart Reykjavik and get stunning views of some of the most magnificent scenery in Iceland on the bus ride to Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon. Marvel at the mighty Hvannadalshnjúkur mountain and black sand desert that sprawls between Skaftafell National Park and the lagoon.  Stop at Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where you can walk behind the cascades to reach the other side. Continue to the majestic Skógafoss waterfall and marvel at the impressive 60-meter drop. Drive onwards to Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon and go for a stroll along the shores of the lake on arrival to admire the scenery. Experience the incredible tranquility of the area as 1,000 to 1,500-year-old ice breaks away from the Vatnajökull glacier and floats silently across the water. Recognize locations from some of the many movies that have been filmed in the area, such as Batman Begins and Tomb Raider.

    Absolutely amazing. So much better than tours with Reykjavík excursions. Tour guide Ursula was fantastic. The glacier lagoon is just the most incredible thing over ever seen.

  • Full-Day Iceland Game of Thrones Tour

    2. Full-Day Iceland Game of Thrones Tour

    Take in Iceland's breathtaking scenery, used as filming locations in the gripping television series "Game of Thrones." Experience the dramatic gorge at Þingvellir — the stomping ground of White Walkers and "north of the Wall." Soak up the raw, dramatic atmosphere surrounded by magnificent nature at Þingvellir and learn the significance of the setting to the show's plot. Explore Þjorsárdalur and the "Settlement Era Viking Lodge," the filming location where a whole village was massacred. Visit Þórufoss waterfall, and put yourself in the footsteps of the young boy who witnessed Drogon attacking the goats he was looking after. Meet special characters from the series and get up close to some of the Icelandic horses that starred in the series on your way back to Reykjavík city.

    We had a female guide who was quite knowledgeable and entertaining. Her tips on how to pet the Icelandic horses made the visit to the horse farm both safe and endearing. She helped give perspective on the Game Of Thrones filming locations by showing stills of the scenes corresponding to the locations where the dragon ate the goat, the Hound brought Arya to the Vale, Ygritte and the wildlings leveled a grassy village, and Brienne battled the Hound. There was enough time left over also for us to visit a bonus waterfall and drink from it too! Great GoT tour if you have an ear to deflect a lot of 4-letter words, and can decipher the guide’s narratives while the bus driver is talking to the CB radio in Icelandic.

  • South Coast and Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Full-Day Tour

    3. South Coast and Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Full-Day Tour

    Travel through the dramatic geothermal landscapes of Iceland on route to the Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon. Marvel at the tall mountain of Hvannadalshnjúkur and the black sand desert between Skaftafell National Park and the lagoon. Stop at Seljalandsfoss Waterfall for the chance to walk to the other side. Upon arrival at Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon, walk to the edge and get a sense of incredible tranquility as ice up to 1,500 years old drifts across the lake.

    This is a long tour but plenty of stops along the way. According to the tour description we were meant to stop to hunt for northern lights but guide did not mention anything and we went back to hotels. Maybe it was too obvious that we could not see them with the weather on the day, but maybe the description of the tour is incorrect too. At the end we were happy to go to the hotel after such a long day :)

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We had a female guide who was quite knowledgeable and entertaining. Her tips on how to pet the Icelandic horses made the visit to the horse farm both safe and endearing. She helped give perspective on the Game Of Thrones filming locations by showing stills of the scenes corresponding to the locations where the dragon ate the goat, the Hound brought Arya to the Vale, Ygritte and the wildlings leveled a grassy village, and Brienne battled the Hound. There was enough time left over also for us to visit a bonus waterfall and drink from it too! Great GoT tour if you have an ear to deflect a lot of 4-letter words, and can decipher the guide’s narratives while the bus driver is talking to the CB radio in Icelandic.

I had never watched an episode of GoT prior to our trip to Iceland, but I enjoyed every second. My mum is a big fan of the show, and this excursion was the cherry on the cake for her. Thanks so much to our wonderful tour guide!

We loved our tour with Dee Dee. She was not only extremely knowledable but kept us entertained with great stories and anecdotes. We thoroughly enjoyed the tour and would highly recommend it to GOT fans and non GOT folks.

DeeDee is FANTASTIC! She knows so much about the GOT locations but also shares info about many other films shot in Iceland. She is charming and lively and a wonderful guide.

Dee Dee did an amazing job, you absolutely can feel her passion! Best tour during my stay!