Take a bus tour of the Golden Circle from Reykjavik for eight hours to see the best of southwest Iceland. Go to the Gullfoss Waterfall's cascades and the stunning Geysir area. In Þngvellir National Park, you can see where the tectonic plates of North America and Eurasia meet.
Go to the Geysir geothermal area. Wonder as the dynamic natural aquifer of Strokkur rambles steaming water 30 meters high up every 8 minutes like clockwork.
Continue on to the Gullfoss Waterfall (also known as the "Golden Falls"), one of Iceland's most famous landmarks. As the glacial River Hvitá descends into a 32-meter-deep crevice, feel the spray of its waters.
Enter Þingvellir National Park, where the tectonic plates of North America and Eurasia are separating at a rate of a few centimeters per year, is the next step.
In 2004, Þngvellir was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its cultural significance. It is home to the Rock of Law, which served as the first Viking parliament, as well as a stunning rift valley.
On your drive around the Golden Circle, take in the volcanic crater at Lake Kerið and the Icelandic farms in the south before returning to your starting point in Reykjavik.
- In case of inclement weather conditions such as heavy rains or even thunderstorms, the activity provider may have to cancel the tour. In this case, you will be provided with another date or a complete refund
• Transportation by air-conditioned bus
• Pickup and drop-off (If option selected)
• Food and drinks
Þingvellir National Park, the southwest of Iceland's waterfalls, lakes and geysers, the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, the Gullfoss Waterfall
Tour Bus Stop 12, Höfðatorg