Iceland is quiet, cut off from the world, and perhaps perfect for introverted travellers. An island is known for its mysterious qualities, surprising ways, and silent living. Those coming from the metro would be in for quite the surprise as Iceland is still indeed sticking to the modern, adapting just as fast. Iceland is quiet but welcomes and flirts those who wish to see her full colours, delicately lulling you in.
  • Marvel at the illumination of the dark sky with lights of a variety of colors due to the Aurora Borealis phenomenon at Reykjavik. Get on board of the most thrilling water cruise on the Iceland Tour and hunt for the flashes of magical Northern lights in the sky.

    Hunt for the brilliant display of the Northern Lights in the night sky
  • Go glacier hiking on the Iceland Tour at Vatnajokull National Park an take a zodiac boat tour in the picturesque Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon. Explore the fascinating Crystal Ice Cave and ride in the super jeep to discover more about the glacial wonderland.

    Explore the scenic beauty of Vatnajokull National Park
  • Sap up all the warmth at the natural hot springs on the Iceland Tour. The tour halts at Geysir Geothermal Area. Take a dip in Golden Circle Strokkur Geysir or feast your eyes on the scenic surroundings while bathing in the healing water of The Secret Lagoon.

    Bathe in the therapeutic waters of Natural Hot Springs

Bucket List Experience

Snaefellsnes | Bucket List Group Travel


Begin the first day of the Iceland Tour on a mysterious note at Budirkirkja, the church of black walls and the vast fields adjoining it. Go hiking or take a walk along the trails around Kirkjufell Mountain, and marvel at the massive rock formations of the Gerouberg Basalt Columns. Explore the interiors of the Vatnshellir Cave and go on risky adventures at Raudfeldsgja. Drive around the Snaefellsjokul Glacier for panoramic views of icy nature and chill out at Djupalon Beach before heading back home.

Reykjavik | Bucket List Group Travel


Enjoy the Iceland Tour with an exploration of the lush green parks and gardens at Reykjavik. Check out the most notable public gardens that include Hallargardur, Klambratun, and more. Pop into the National Museum of Iceland next to take note of the Valpjofsstadur door, among other impressive collections, and attend the Icelandic Opera at Harpa. Learn more about Icelandic customs at Arbaejarsafn, the open-air museum, and take a delightful ferry ride to Videy Island in Kollfiordur.

Deildartunguhver | Bucket List Group Travel


Bring out your bathing suit, towels, and body soap, because the Iceland Tour is all about bathing and relaxing in the warm, therapeutic, natural hot springs of Deildartunguhver. The water of the hot spring attains a temperature of 207 degrees Fahrenheit, so take care not to get too close to the spring. Bathe in the steamy mist of the hot spring instead to feel rejuvenated without having to scald the skin.

Seljalandsfoss | Bucket List Group Travel


Your eyes will pop out at the mesmerizing beauty of the cascades at Seljalandsfoss. The strikingly beautiful waterfalls stand at an incredible height of about 65 meters above sea level and lend indescribable beauty to the meadows of wild blossoms into which the water flows. Catch a glimpse of misty rainbows across the sunny blue sky and climb the wooden stairs into a cave to view the waterfall from behind. The trip to the Southern Coast of Iceland takes place in the wee hours of the morning. 

Vik I Myrdal | Bucket List Group Travel

Vik I Myrdal

Spend a day of Iceland Tour in Vik, the Icelandic city known for charming coastal scenery, exotic birds, and seaside bliss. Climb the 340-meter high Reynisfjall mountain to take a look at the cute puffin birds and soak in the calmness of the beach of black sands at Reynisfjara. Check out the comfy nests of exotic seabirds at Reynisdrangar and marvel at the immense power of sea waves at the wave-cut arches of Dyrholaey.  

Silfra | Bucket List Group Travel


Go snorkeling in the fissures of Silfra on the Iceland Tour. Silfra is famous all over the world for crystal clear freshwater and the highest degree of visibility underwater. The gentle current drifts slowly into the fissure, making snorkeling feel so effortless and peaceful, that you will never wanna get out of the therapeutic waters. You can go snorkeling and diving in Silfra, throughout the year, as the water never freezing because of its ever-flowing nature.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Iceland Tour during summer to luxuriate the panoramic views of the Midnight Sun and Northern Lights in moderate temperatures. 

Travel Guide


Iceland lies midway between mainland Europe and North America, to the north of the Arctic Ocean.

Capital City

The capital of Iceland is Reykjavik.

Main Airport

Keflavik International Airport in Reykjavik is the biggest and most important airport in Iceland.

Language Spoken

Apart from Icelandic, Polish, Lithuanian, and English are the most popular languages in Iceland.


The currency of Iceland is Icelandic krona.


The citizens of the US do not require a visa to enter Iceland and stay up to 90 days. Citizens of other countries require tourist or business visa for the Iceland Tour.


The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for types C and F plugs.


The WHO and PHAC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Iceland tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 112 for any emergency related to accidents, crime, fire, search, natural disaster, rescue that you face during the Iceland Tour.

FAQs about Iceland

What is internet access like in Iceland?

Wi-Fi service is widespread in Iceland and is freely provided to guests and customers of hotels and restaurants.

Can I use my mobile phone in Iceland?

Buy a prepaid SIM card of Vodafone or Siminn to make local calls on the Iceland Tour.

How are the toilets like in Iceland?

The public toilets are clean, hygienic, and western-style. Carry toilet paper and water for washing if you need it. The bathrooms are self-cleaning in most places.

Can I drink tap water in Iceland?

The tap water of Iceland is not only pure but delicious too. 

Are credit cards accepted widely in Iceland?

Iceland widely accepts credit and debit cards of significant companies, notably Visa and MasterCard. However, the cards of Diner Clubs and American Express are not accessible in Iceland.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Iceland?

There is a reasonable number of ATM centers all over Iceland, except for in the rural parts. The machines do not run for 24 hours, so keep loose cash with you wherever you go.

What to wear in Iceland?

Pack in your warmest sweaters, mufflers, winter boots, trousers, mittens, ear muffs, and everything woolen to put up with the cold during the Iceland Tour.

Is Iceland safe for women to travel solo?

Iceland is incredibly safe for women. The rate of crime is the lowest in the world, and medical facilities are excellent too.