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EUROPE | Reykjavik, Vik, Akureyri, Húsavík, Lake Mývatn | 8 Days / 7 Nights


3 people stand on the rocks admiring Goðafoss Waterfall A smiling young man in a cap and sweater holds a rack of smoked food A group of people stand on the deck of a ship at sea watching a whale’s tail break the water’s surface An Adventure Guide sits at the head of a table full of people all raising their glasses in a toast 3 people sit on a bench near the water in Kerið Crater An Adventure Guide leads 3 people on a horseback ride A stream winds through the trees and lush valley of Thingvellir National Park, with a church in the distance 2 kids in bathing suits float on their backs in one of the Myvatn nature baths A knife rests between slices of Icelandic black bread that sits on a wood board A group of kids run up a grassy hill near some turf houses Several Adventurers are high atop a glacier during a glacier hike
3 people stand on the rocks admiring Goðafoss Waterfall
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Revel in the power and beauty of Goðafoss Waterfall—one of many on this Icelandic adventure.
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Immerse yourself in the unparalleled natural beauty of Iceland as you explore its dramatic landscapes and coastline that feature majestic waterfalls, lunar-like valleys, mountainous glaciers and stunning volcanoes. You'll also savor culinary flavors and take part in the local traditions of this vibrant Nordic island. And be sure to keep an eye out for elves!

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North Iceland

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast

Accommodations: Icelandair Hotel Akureyri

Two sheep graze in a grassy field near the water


Start your day of adventures out right – with a lovely breakfast of bread, pastries, eggs, waffles and more.


The farm at Grenjaðarstaður dates back over a thousand years to Iceland’s settlement. The picturesque turf house that currently stands was one of the country’s largest, with its oldest part dating back to 1865. This museum display offers a unique glimpse into how life once was for the Icelandic people.


Explore this seaside village with much to offer. Visit the village’s unique Whale Museum (ticket included), check out the natural surroundings or stroll through the local shops of this wonderful town.


Head back to Akureyri, Iceland’s 2nd largest urban area which earned it the nickname, “the Capital of North Iceland,” where you and your fellow Adventurers can wind down your day of exploration with a savory meal in town. You can find a restaurant on your own, or ask your Adventure Guides for a recommendation.