Mini Bus Day Tours from Reykjavík

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Small Group Day Tours and Package trips from Reykjavik

Our exciting range of tours brings you the very best of Iceland's natural highlights and landscapes, including geysers, majestic waterfalls and glaciers, extensive black sand beaches, etc.

 

Northern Lights Minibus Tour from Reykjavik

Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, are undoubtedly one of the most spectacular natural curiosities. Join us for a splendid evening of northern lights hunting.

ISK 9,900 4 Hours

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Golden Circle day Tour by Minibus

The Golden Circle is a must-do day tour out of Reykjavik. Discover some of the highlights of Icelandic nature, our history, geology and its people.

ISK 9,900 7 Hours

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Wonders of the North

Two day tour where you hunt for The Northern Lights as well as seeing some of the most beautiful and scenic locations in the North of Iceland.

ISK 59,990 2 Days

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South Coast day Tour by Minibus

Experience magnificent and diverse landscapes with amazing waterfalls, black sand beaches and glaciers. A day you won't forget.

ISK 13,500 9,5 Hours

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Golden Circle & Northern Lights package

Combine two of our best selling tours in one package. Golden Circle day tour in mini bus and Northern Lights in a mini bus.

ISK 18,900 12 Hours

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Winter package deal with 3 tours

Full package deal with three tours, Golden Circle, South Coast and Northern lights. Enjoy the best of Iceland.

ISK 31,900 3 Days

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Day tours for cruise ship passengers in Iceland

After years of servicing cruise ship passengers we keep a close track of all cruise ships docking in Iceland and have therefore designed special day tours from Reykjavik, Akureyri, Seyðisfjörður and Ísafjörður.

 

Golden Circle tour for Cruise Ships from Reykjavik

The great Golden Circle day tour is a must-do day tour out of Reykjavik. It offers you the opportunity to discover some of the highlights of southwest Iceland.

ISK 10,900 6 Hours

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South Coast Tour from Reykjavik for Cruise Ship

The amazing south coast of Iceland has everything to offer. This small group mini bus tour is designed for cruise ship passengers

ISK 13,900 9 Hours

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Laufás, Cowshed Café and Christmas House

Includes: Laufás, The Old Rectory in Eyjafjörður fjord, you will have a cup of coffee with the cows at Kaffi Kú and inhale the true christmas spirit in The Christmas Garden.

ISK 11,900 4 Hours

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Waterfalls, Cowshed Café and Christmas Garden - Cruise Ships

Includes: Goðafoss - Waterfall of the Gods, Aldeyjarfoss - Waterfall in Skjálfandafljót, Kaffi Kú - Cowshed Café in Eyjafjörður, Jólagarðurinn - The Christmas Garden

ISK 14,900 6 Hours

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Northern Lights for Cruise Ships from Reykjavík

Aurora Borealis tour for Cruise Ships in Reykjavík

ISK 9,900 3 Hours

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Golden Circle Express for Cruise Ships

Express tour in a Big Bus (40-70 seaters) Price per person: Adults: ISK 7.800,- Children (2-12) ISK 3.900,-

ISK 7,800 5,5 Hours

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Snæfellsnes Peninsula for Cruise Ships in Grundarfjörður

Includes: Pick UP and Drop OFF at Grundarfjörður port, Snæfellsjökull, Kirkjufell, Saxhóll, Djúpalónssandur, Lóndrangar, Hellnar and Arnarstapi.

ISK 23,500 6 Hours

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River Rafting in Skagafjörður - Cruise Ships

Includes: Drive to Bakkaflöt in Skagafjörður fjord, river rafting in Glacial River, Refreshments, hot tubs and pool at Bakakflöt

ISK 25,900 6,5 Hours

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Viking Giant Dalvík, Herring Era Museum Siglufjörður, Brewery Tour Kaldi

Includes: Dalvík - Local Museum Hvoll where you will hear about the "Giant Viking", Siglufjörður and the Herring Era Museum, Héðinsfjörður and Kaldi Brewery where you will get to taste variation of beers.

ISK 16,900 6 Hours

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Dynjandi Waterfall from Ísafjörður

Driving across and through the mountains is one of the best example of the harsh landscape in West Iceland. Our destination is a 100m high waterfall.

ISK 19,500 6 Hours

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Reykjanes Peninsula Tour for Cruise ships

If you like to visit 10 natural attractions in 5 hours, or if you are looking for short tour experience with maximum sights then this is a great tour for you.

ISK 9,900 5 Hours

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Lake Mývatn & Goðafoss waterfall

Experience the wonders of the north in a day tour from Akureyri. Visit lake Mývatn, Goðafoss waterfall, Dimmuborgir and more

ISK 14,300 6 Hours

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Lake Mývatn & The Golden Circle

Special package deal for cruise ship passengers two of the most popular day tours in Iceland The Golden Circle and Lake Mývatn

ISK 21,900 2 Days

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Lake Mývatn, Dynjandi & The Golden Circle - Combo tour BIG BUS

Three tour package designed for cruise ships docking in Akureyri, Ísafjörður and Reykjavik. Experience Icelands magnificent beauty

ISK 39,900 3 Days

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Lagarfljót Lake, Hallormsstaðaskógur and Skriðuklaustur

Includes: Many of East Icelands´s pearls, Fellabær, Skriðuklaustur manor estate, Fljótsdalsstöð Power plant, Hallormsstaðaskógur forrest and Gufufoss waterfall.

ISK 24,000 6 Hours

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Iceland Guided Tours - Sightseeing Tours in Iceland

IG Tours is an Icelandic sightseeing company based in Reykjavik. Our family business has been accompanying visitors on a range of small group and private day tours for many years.

All tours are operated to the highest quality standard and safety on our new fleet and air-conditioned minibusses and are escorted by qualified professional local guides, whose wealth of knowledge and experience will ensure you get the most out of your visit to Iceland.

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The Best Iceland Guided Tours for All Travellers

Lose yourself in the great Icelandic wilderness with one of our Iceland Guided Tours. Our selection of day tours from Reykjavik are designed for your travelling pleasure and you’ll be taken to all of the very best sights and natural wonders that enchanting Iceland has to offer.

A place of mystery, often spoken of with awe, Iceland is on just about every travel list. Those seeking an adventure flock to Iceland from all over the world each year to see the icy landscapes and the dazzling northern lights. Every season presents something new and wonderful to see, and when on a guided day tour from Reykjavik, in a bus or transport of your choosing, you’ll have the best opportunity to see those attractions which have made Iceland a popular destination.

Icelandic History and its People

The gorgeous Nordic country of Iceland is a real-life fantasy destination. The home of ice and fire, it draws thrill seekers and nature lovers alike, and it never disappoints. On the same land on which glaciers move, volcanos spill lava and geysers spray boiling hot water into the sky. And while the winter months are dark and gloomy, the summers are bright with the sun shining beyond midnight. It is no surprise then that Iceland has long been known as a place of contrasts.

Iceland is a picturesque destination and one that every photographer, whether novice or professional, should make a point of visiting at least once in their lives.

Although it is a thriving Nordic country, Iceland has a relatively small population. Only 330.000 people live on the roughly 103 000 square kilometres of land that make up Iceland. Much of the population lives in the capital city, Reykjavik, with the rest of the population living in small rural areas dotted throughout the country. To give you a better idea of just how small the population is, there are less than 3 people per square kilometre.

Iceland was the last country to be settled in Europe. Emigrants leaving Scandinavia arrived on the island in the 9th and 10th century and the uniquely Icelandic culture is one that has been shaped by the isolation of the land as much as it has been moulded by the extreme living conditions and the harsh but exquisite nature.

The typical Icelandic family has immensely strong ties, bonds which have been formed and encouraged through the centuries. And just as the families are seemingly unbreakable, so are the people themselves. Just like their ancestors before them, the people of today are truly resilient and manage to forge on through even the most difficult of circumstances. For more than 1100 years, the people have braved the land and faced the hazards head on instead of fleeing. This unique characteristic is another reason why Icelanders are the way they are.

Although they are hard people, still living somewhat in isolation from the world, Icelanders are known for their warm welcoming smiles and friendly ways.

About Iceland as a Tourist Destination

When travelling the country, it is easy to feel as though you are a part of the ancient sagas around which the old tales have been written. The places you will visit and the stories you will hear are all a part of the intrepid adventure that you embark on.

Over the last few years, Iceland has become one of the world’s best-loved tourist destinations. On top of the fact that travelling here is affordable for most travellers, the selection of day tours available from a company like ours means you won’t miss a thing.

There are a number of must-see Icelandic attractions which help makes Iceland that top tourist destination it is. And the best Iceland vacation packages along with day trips from Reykjavik, are all designed to give you the perfect opportunities to see it all.

Why do so many people choose Iceland as their European travel destination of choice? It is probably a mix of mystical intrigue and those incredible vistas that lure tourists to the nation’s shores. You can’t deny that the pictures of bright blue lakes and snow-capped mountains will push anyone who has been considering an Icelandic holiday to finally make that booking.

Another reason why Iceland is a popular destination has a lot to do with the fact that the whole country is eco-friendly. In these eco-conscious times, many travellers like to book holidays to places where their eco-ideals are supported. Iceland is not just home to a few environmentally friendly hotels and travel agents, the entire country is focused on sustainability.

Iceland is also the place to go if you want to see the Northern Lights. Of course, there are other places in the world where you can experience this natural phenomenon, but Iceland is one of the few places where seeing the lights is almost a guarantee, depending on how long you plan to spend in the country. Obviously, the longer you stay, the more likely you are to spot them.

Finally, there is the Blue Lagoon. Watch any travel vlog and you will see people lazing in the steamy waters of the Blue Lagoon. The lagoon is a geothermal spa and the waters are mineral rich, making it the perfect place to enjoy skin treatment unlike any other. Some have likened a visit to the Blue Lagoon to a visit to the Eiffel Tower. That is how significant the lagoon is to Icelandic travels.

Iceland Guided Tours

There are few better ways to see Iceland than by signing up for an exciting guided day tour to some of the best destinations. Iceland Guided Tours offers full and half day Iceland bus tours to places such as Þingvellir National Park, Faxi Waterfall, Gullfoss, the Geyser Geothermal Area, Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach, Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Skógafoss Waterfall, and we offer trips to go find the Northern Lights. You can also browse through our selection of excursions and day trips for passengers cruise ships.

IG Tours has a long history in the Icelandic Tourism Industry and we welcome you to join us on an unforgettable trip. Book your tour or inquire about the tours we have by clicking on the contact page.