Example Trip Itinerary
Meet and greet at Reykjavik airport
Private transfer to your hotel
Accommodation in Reykjavik
- Eight suites
- VIP elevator
- Concierge service
- Exclusive bar
Taking up the 20th floor of Reykjavik’s tallest building, the Höfðatorg Tower, the private Tower Suites offer unmatched panoramic views of the city, sea and mountains through all encompassing floor to ceiling windows. Each of the eight suites is individually designed in a modern and luxurious Scandinavian fashion. All furnishings are custom, handmade or locally sourced and of quality materials. Classic furniture pieces showcasing some of the best in design are littered throughout every room. The spacious bathrooms feature both large walk-in showers and free-standing tubs that allow you to enjoy the view in the most tranquil way possible. Breakfasts are served in a spacious sitting room that becomes a lounge when evening enters. Concierges ensure professional, quality service, and with a VIP elevator directly to the penthouse, privacy is a standard.
Set among snow-topped mountains and volcanic surrounds, Reykjavik is the energetic gateway city to a land of rugged adventures. As the planet's most northerly capital, Reykjavik greets you with a crisp, clean Icelandic breeze before charming you with its blend of small village feel and big city passion. Looking out across the sea to glacier views, this little city is split in half by the brilliant waters of Tjornin Lake and brims with highbrow museums, first-class geothermal pools and stylish restaurants.
Amble around these friendly and colourful streets before uncovering Iceland's more remote and isolated pockets that hold all-natural wonders of otherworldly lava fields and bubbling mud pools.
Private transfer to Reykjavik Airport
Flight from Reykjavík to Akureyri
Private transfer to Deplar Farm
Accommodation in Northern Iceland
- 13 ensuite bedrooms
- Indoor/outdoor salt water pool with bar
- Sauna and steam room
- Indoor and outdoor hot tubs
- Spa and gym
- In-house chef prepared meals
In a remote valley in the middle of the Troll Peninsula, Deplar Farm is perhaps the most unique place to stay in Iceland. Once a working sheep farm, this sprawling property with its grass roof may look traditionally Icelandic on first glimpse, but its luxurious transformation into an opulent lodge soon becomes apparent. There are 13 en suite rooms that accommodate up to 28 guests, including cosy family options. The rest of the farm is home to a fabulous indoor-outdoor salt water pool and bar, a sauna, gym, dining area, spa, lounge area and more. How you experience this incredible landscape depends on the time of year you visit. During the winter, opt for the heli-ski package to fly up onto the surrounding peaks then slalom down virgin runs to the ocean accompanied by expert guides. You can also go cat skiing, hot spring hopping, snowmobiling, whale watching and even surfing (for the brave). End the day back at the lodge, under the glow of the Northern Lights with a little luck. Long summer days bring fabulous fly fishing on exclusive beats and the chance to join a local captain at sea, returning to Deplar to eat your catch. Hiking guides can lead you on trails along endless valleys and dramatic cliffs dotted with waterfalls or perhaps kayak down dramatic rivers and out at sea. Other activities include horse riding, mountain biking and day trips out to nearby islands.
Spend your days at Deplar Farm experiencing this incredible Icelandic landscape on a luxury adventure like no other. The most popular – and spectacular – activity is heliskiing. You’ll be whisked up to the top of a snow-clad mountain before skiing down untouched slopes back to sea level. On no-fly weather, you can go cat skiing, hot spring hopping or snowmobiling. There’s also whale watching and even surfing for the brave. End the day back at the sumptuous lodge, under the glow of the Northern Lights with a little luck.
Private transfer to Akureyri airport
Flight from Akureyri to Reykjavík
Private transfer to your hotel in the Golden Circle
Accommodation in Golden Circle
Designed for enjoying the wonderful Icelandic landscape in privacy, this luxury lodge is located on an exclusive reserve with sublime views of the surrounding countryside. The lodge affords its guests a unique opportunity for seclusion and comfort. The six double bedrooms are all appointed with contemporary accents and the lodge has some notably exciting features such as a helipad, a hot tub and spa facilities. Your stay will be complimented by the use of your very own chef and host, and the lodge is perfectly situated away from the hustle and bustle of urban life for a chance to view the Northern Lights and to undertake excursions to see the awesome geysers of the region.
Enjoy time based in the Golden Triangle exploring some of Iceland's most impressive sights. Three main attractions form the dazzling Golden Circle: Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall and the geothermally active valley of Haukadalur, which contains the geysers Geysir and Strokkur. The region also serves a fantastic base from which to explore other areas in southern Iceland.
Drive into the countryside to Thingvellir, the site of the oldest democratic parliament in the world, and the point where the slowly separating North American and Eurasian tectonic plates can be clearly seen. During the tour, visit Geysir, the geyser which gave its name to all other erupting hot springs, and one of the most active geysers in the area, Strokkur. Continue on to the breathtaking Gullfoss waterfall, then follow the main rift down to Lake Thingvallavatn.
Snorkel in some of the clearest water on the planet in Silfra, a tectonic rift valley in Þingvellir National Park, down a narrow canyon in the lava field located between the continents of America and Europe. The water in Silfra is a mixture of ground water from the surrounding area and melt water from Langjökull glacier in the highlands. It takes the glacial water decades to filter through the massive lava field before it enters the fissure. This makes the water in Silfra one of the purest and clearest in the world, the underwater visibility, in the heavenly blue water, is normally 70-80 meters, better than anywhere else in the world.
An incredible tour that embraces the highlights Iceland's southeast on an unforgettable journey across Thingvellir, Geysir, the spectacular Gullfoss waterfall, geothermal power plants, near Hekla volcano and the rhiolite mountains of Landmannalaugar. From the geothermal area Hrafntinnusker, we overfly volcanic sand beaches, Thorsmork and Eyjafjallajokull glacier volcano.
Land amongst the epic lava fields of Landmannalaugar in the Icelandic Highlands. Here, meet your private chef will cook up an incredible meal accompanied by champagne for a truly decadent experience in this stark wilderness.
Private transfer to the Blue Lagoon
Accommodation in Blue Lagoon
- 62 suites
- Wine cellar
Located in the heart of an 800-year-old, moss-covered lava flow, the Retreat at Blue Lagoon Iceland brings a new level of immersion and luxury to the iconic landmark. 62 suites are wonderful architectural creations, with cool, modern interiors and vast glass walls revealing the dramatic volcanic landscape outside and terraces surrounded by the steaming waters. An astonishing underground spa journey mixes dry heat, steam heat, massage, fire and a cold air well, culminating with the Blue Lagoon Ritual where you experience the geothermal seawater’s revitalizing mineral salt, silica and algae. Rounding out the wellness experience, Moss Restaurant has a menu that moves between Iceland’s mountains, farmlands and sea to show of the best of the island’s cuisine. The restaurant also features a chef’s table, a lounge, and a wine cellar deep in the centuries-old lava.
- 35 rooms
- Restaurant and bar
- Sauna and steam rooms
Set in the heart of a stunning lava landscape, the Blue Lagoon Silica Hotel is just a short walk from the famous Blue Lagoon and offers guests their own private bathing lagoon. Built in harmony with its surroundings, the hotel has 35 rooms all of which come with a veranda offering spectacular views of the lava fields. Be sure to relax and unwind in the sauna and steam rooms and let the power of the man-made waterfall work its wonders on your muscles. The Lava Restaurant is built into a lava cave and guests will enjoy views of the lagoon while dining on contemporary dishes used Icelandic ingredients.
The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. Temperatures in the bathing and swimming area of the lagoon average 37–39°C (98–102°F) and the waters are rich in minerals like silica. The lagoon is man-made and fed by the water output of the nearby geothermal power plant Svartsengi, where super-heated water is vented from the ground near a lava flow and used to run turbines that generate electricity. After going through the turbines, the steam and hot water pass through a heat exchanger to provide heat for a municipal water heating system. Then the water is fed into the lagoon for recreational and medicinal users to bathe in.
Your Luxury Package includes entrance to the lagoon as well as both a silica and algae mask, a drink, and use of a towel, bath robe and slippers so you can enjoy the beautiful Blue Lagoon in comfort and style. You will also receive a Spa Journey set which includes samples of their most popular skincare products.
Private transfer to Reykjavik Airport