Iceland Day Tours

If Mother Nature were an artist, then this beautiful piece of Earth is definitely one of her finest works. Astonishingly spotted between North America and Europe, Iceland is a stunning marvel. It has got something for every traveller no matter your taste. Stay in its vibrant capital, Reyjkavík, and be thrilled by its nature, from its ice-covered volcanoes to glaciers in the South Coast, to incredible geysers, waterfalls, and rugged landscapes in the Golden Circle, Iceland is indeed extraordinary. This is one hot spot you’ll never get bored in. 

And they've got a great cuisine to complement everything. Lamb doesn't get any tastier or fresher than the ones you get served within any of the incredible Icelandic restaurants. The elegance of Iceland is not locked in its landscape and gastronomy. It extends even to the locals. Their warmth and welcome make your visit here doubly awesome. 

Best Cities To Visit In Iceland

Main Things You Need To Know

Iceland's Food

A fantastic spot like Iceland sure has more than beautiful landscapes & magnificent man-made attractions. They also got a fabulous taste. Although expensive, tasting wine & food from Iceland is another adventure of its own.

Safety in Iceland

Nothing better as a traveler, than feeling safe. Iceland is known to be one of the most peaceful places in the world. Relax and enjoy the quality of life that you can find in Iceland where no policemen carries any gun.

Attractions of Iceland

Iceland is one of Mother Nature showcases. There are only a few other places in the world that are as richly blessed as this one. There are lots and lots of natural marvellous sceneries all over the country.

Iceland's Culture

Iceland's culture is strongly influenced by Norse traditions. They simply can't hide their passionate love for literature, art, folk songs and traditional dance; it’s easy to notice that.

Best Things To Do In Iceland

Main Things You Need To Know About Iceland

Recognised as the smallest country to have an exclusive currency of its own, Iceland uses the Icelandic Króna (ISK) as its official medium of exchange. It is also called the Icelandic crown. While there are 1, 5, 10, 50, and 100 krónur coins, banknotes are available in 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, and 10,000 krónur. One Icelandic króna is equivalent to 121.28 dollars.
The official language used in Iceland is the Icelandic Language spoken by up to 93.2% of the country’s population. There's also 2.71% of the country speaking Polish. If you're an English visitor, you will hardly ever have to try to speak in Icelandic as most people here speak English very well. However, it is never a bad idea to try to learn some basic sentences in Icelandic or get a native guide. 
Visa Information
As with other European countries that are captured in the Schengen Agreement, Iceland borders are opened to nationals of countries that have signed in the treaty plus citizens of the USA, Canada, Britain, and Australia. Nationals of these countries do not need a visa to visit if they'll be staying for less than 90 days. Any amount over 10,000 Euros or equivalent must be declared. The Icelandic visa is valid for 3 months but can be extended at the expiration of its validity period. The Icelandic visa costs £53 for tourists beyond the age of 12, £35 for children within the age bracket of 6-12, and it’s free for children below the age of 6.
The following are the documents and requirements for an Iceland visa:
1.A duly completed and signed visa application form submitted online. This can also be done by travel agencies who usually charge a fee but also help with other application processes as well.
2.A valid passport that will remain valid for a minimum of three months after leaving Iceland.
3.A recent passport photograph that is not more 3 months old.
4.Receipt or evidence of the visa application fee paid.
5.A recent and original bank statement that confirms that one is financially capable of covering expected expenses.
Getting There
Iceland can be reached by boat or plane. Reykjavik Airport and Keflavik International Airport are the two major airports in the country. Reykjavik Airport mainly serves domestic flights and international flights from only Greenland and Faroe Islands. Iceland’s second, Keflavik International Airport, receives both £domestic and international flights from other parts of the world. 

You've got to be in either Denmark or Faroe Islands to travel directly to Iceland by boat. Smyril Line is in charge of providing sails to and fro Iceland. Ferries sails to and fro Hirtshals in Denmark, and Torshavn in the Faroe Islands. There are buses at the ports to take tourists into the country.
Iceland SUMMER
Peak Travel Periods
Iceland position on the Earth’s surface gives the country a constantly changing weather. It could be raining and sunny at the same time. Summer (June and July) is definitely the best time to visit. But the sun could still be up till late into the evening and up again in the early hours of the morning. December to February are the iciest months, and some roads are closed down during this time because of the snow, but contrary to what most people believe, it never gets too cold in Iceland (at least compared to other Northern countries).