The golden circle tour consists of 4 equally stunning places where you can experience some of Iceland’s most beautiful and unique nature, this tour is a about 5-7 hours but if you add extra stops it can affect how long the tours will be.


The national park of Iceland, which holds a historical, cultural, and geological significance, where the north American and Eurasian tectonic plates are pulling apart. Þingvellir became a national park to protect the remains of the parliament site in 1928 as it has the first and oldest parliament in the world Alþingi which was founded in the year 930. 


Which is sometimes referred to as The Great Geyser is a geothermal area, where there is a hot spring that up to 3 time a year can gush up to 70 meters (230 feet) high, although Strokkur is the real tourist attraction there, it’s a fountain-type geyser which typically erupts every 6-10 minutes. Its average height is between 15-20 meters (50-65 feet) high, though it can erupt up to 40 meters (130 feet). 


Is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, as the water flows from Hvítá river downwards into a two stage plunge first stage is an 11 meter (36 ft.) drop and second is a 21 meter (69 ft.) drop. The average amount of water running down the waterfall during summer is 141 m3 (5,000 ft3) per second and during the winter it’s 80 m3 (2,900 ft3) per second. 


Is a volcanic crater lake which was created when the land moved over a hotspot, Kerið has the most visually recognizable caldera that is still intact, it is surrounded by red volcanic rocks and is about 55 m deep, 170 m wide and 270 m across. 

All tours can be tailored made.