Iceland’s geothermally warmed waters makes Iceland the ideal wellness destination! During this four-day day wellness adventure, your base is Reykjavík with its geothermal pools and dynamic culture. Join a guided tour taking you to the beautiful Silver Circle region of Icelandic Sagas, lava waterfalls, and the unique fire and ice baths of Krauma geothermal spa. Discover the amazing sights of the South Coast, such as Skógafoss waterfall and black sandy beaches and revitalize with an invigorating guided hike on Solheimajökull glacier. And no Icelandic spa break is complete without a soak in the mineral rich water of the world-renowned Blue Lagoon!

Your package includes

  • Accommodation 3 nights in a standard room with facilities at a hotel in Reykjavik
  • Breakfast (except arrival day)
  • Non-Guided arrival or departure transfer via the Blue Lagoon
  • Comfort Experience at the Blue Lagoon (includes entrance, towel rental, Silica mud mask and choice of one drink)
  • One entrance to your hotel’s spa during your stay
  • Small group guided Silver Circle tour of Western Iceland (day 2)
  • Entrance to Krauma Natural Geothermal Spa (day 2)
  • Guided tour of South Coast and Glacier Hike (day 3)
  • Use of equipment for glacier hike (safety harness, crampons, helmet, ice axe) (day 3)
  • Customer care service during office hours
  • 24-hour Iceland emergency line assistance while you are in Iceland

NOT INCLUDED : Breakfast on arrival day – International airfare – Baggage porterage at airport/hotel – Personal travel insurance (highly recommended) – Swimsuit (rentals are available at the Blue Lagoon and Krauma) – Towel at Krauma on Day 2 (rentals available) – One-way transfer between Reykjavik hotel and Keflavik – Beverages, snacks, lunches, dinners unless otherwise noted in itinerary – Guaranteed early check-in (check-in time for most hotels in Iceland starts between 14:00 and 16:00 (2:00pm and 4:00pm) – Guaranteed late check-out – Any service not specifically listed under “included”

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Transfer to your hotel in Reykjavik.
The package includes an arrival or departure transfer via the Blue Lagoon, based on what best fits your flight schedule. Take an unguided transfer bus to the Blue Lagoon where you can enjoy bathing in the geothermal blue waters. The Blue Lagoon has a luggage facility near the entrance where you can safely store luggage for a small fee. The Blue Lagoon is a unique natural pool of mineral rich geothermal water is in the middle of a lava field surrounded by the beautiful Icelandic wilderness. The Blue Lagoon is known for its special properties and beneficial effects on the skin. Enjoy the facilities such as the Lagoon, sauna
and steam room and a massage waterfall. You can stay in the Lagoon as long as you like and take one of the scheduled buses to your hotel in Reykjavik. Your package includes one entrance to the property’s spa, which you can use anytime during your stay.
Accommodation in Reykjavik for 3 nights


Breakfast at your hotel. Combine history, natural spring water and relaxation on a small group tour. Visit the West of Iceland and get the essential Icelandic experience by visiting places that are not only beautiful but also have historical importance. The Borgarfjordur region is not well known to visitors, but it is an area Icelanders from Reykjavik love to visit on getaways. The day starts with a visit to Reykholt, one Iceland’s most notable historical sites. Reykholt is most famous for being the home of Iceland’s best-known author Snorri Sturluson during the years 1206- 1241. An ancient geothermally-heated pool, Snorralaug, is named after him. It is one of the few things preserved whole from Iceland´s medieval period. Thanks to Snorri’s writings we know about the mythology and religion of the Viking people.
Then head on to Hraunfossar waterfalls, or Lava Falls – a beautiful and unusual natural phenomena. Clear, cold springs of subterranean water seep through the lava and ripple down as tiny waterfalls and rapids into the Hvita River. A series of scenic footpaths takes you to different viewpoints around the waterfalls. Also in the area is Barnafoss, the Children’s Falls. The water here is a brilliantly blue color. The falls are named after a sad incident that took place here long ago.
Next head to Deildartunguhver hot spring, Europe´s most powerful hot spring. The water rushes by rapidly at a speed of 180 liters (48 gallons) per second. Right next to Deildartunguhver is Krauma Geothermal Baths. The spa’s hot water comes from Deildartunguhver, at a temperature of 100°C (212°F). To achieve the perfect bathing temperature Krauma mixes the hot water with cold water from Ok glacier, the smallest glacier in Iceland. Krauma offers five relaxing natural geothermal baths, a cold tub to get your blood circulation going, two calming saunas and a relaxation room where you can rest by the fireplace while listening to soothing music. Krauma’s restaurant has a real West Icelandic focus with vegetables, dairy products and meat from area farms. After your relaxing day, you will return to Reykjavik in the early evening.(B)


Breakfast at your hotel. You will be picked up for today’s tour at the hotel or nearest Tour Bus Stop (check with the hotel reception about the tour departure location). Drive through the beautiful landscapes of Iceland’s south coast, enjoying the view of peaceful farms, many with horses grazing in the fields. If the sky is clear, you can view two famous volcanoes: Hekla (last eruption: 2000) and Eyjafjallajokull (last eruption: 2010). You might even glimpse the Westman Islands far off on the sea.
Stop at Skogafoss waterfall, one of Iceland’s most iconic for its perfect shape. Perhaps you might even catch of glimpse of the legendary Viking treasure said to be buried in the falls. Travel east to Solheimajokull, a glacier extending out from the larger Myrdralsjokull. Here you’ll put on crampons and take an ice axe for a glacier walk. Your glacier guide will lead you up onto the surface of the glacier for a one-hour walk in spellbinding icy landscapes. Enjoy views of jagged peaks, cool blue ice and wide- open sky; a treat for photographers! You’ll also learn about glaciers: how they are formed and why they are so important to our planet. This is a truly invigorating experience for your soul. After the invigorating ice walk, you’ll visit beautiful Seljalandsfoss. This ribbon-like waterfall offers the rare opportunity to walk behind the curtain of water (subject to trail conditions at the time of the trip).Return to Reykjavik around 19:00 (7:00pm)

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