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Luxury Iceland Tours

Inspired, private journeys to discover the dramatic landscapes of Iceland

Spectacular natural phenomena merge with urban Scandinavian cool

Experience Iceland in luxury with Jacada Travel. We’ll create a tailor-made Iceland tour just for you, helping you choose luxury, boutique and character accommodation, private tours and your perfect mix of locations and activities.

With some of the most dramatic landscapes on the planet, Iceland sits on the rim of the Arctic Circle. Black volcanic rock, red-hot lava fields and steaming geysers explode into the freezing air contrast with glacial lakes, icebergs and the aquamarine of the Blue Lagoon. Small fishing towns and tiny villages dot the road which rings the island’s wild interior and in the vibrant cafes and bars of Reykjavik, Iceland’s hip capital, you can hear the locals talk of the mythical creatures believed to cause these spectacular phenomena.

A country for all seasons, behold frozen waterfalls and, if you’re lucky, the Northern Lights in winter while in summer you’ll experience three days without nightfall and the thawed interior tundra. Situated between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, it’s the perfect destination for a stop-over for North Americans en route to continental Europe, and easily accessible from the UK and other European countries.

Your luxury Iceland tour can include as little or as much as you like, we’ll help you to explore this beautiful, dramatic and most varied of countries, with the benefit of our excellent local guides who will ensure you make the very most of your stay.

Whatever you want from your Polar Regions tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Inspiring Destinations in Iceland

Need to Know

22:55 is the local time
Iceland Krona is the local currency
Reykjavik is the capital city
Hákarl is Iceland's national dish

When to go

Iceland is a fantastic place to visit year round. The winter months' long nights are the best time to witness the Northern Lights, whereas long summer days are a great for hiking. Snow melt in the spring makes Iceland's waterfalls even more spectacular while autumn is a quieter and the first snow's contrast with the reddening mosses is particularly photogenic.

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