Luxury Tours from Reykjavik
Nature Explorer provides privately guided tours on your transfort of choosing, from a Mercedes Bens sedan, to Super-Jeeps and Luxury Super-Trucks with wifi to helicopters.
Whether you prefer a cruising across an ice cap in private super-truck, champagne on the top of a volcano by helicopter or simple private transfer to a private lounge at the Blue Lagoon, Nature Explorer can help.
We have plenty of ideas but we would love to hear yours. Just drop us an email to info@NatureExplorer.is
Idea for a Short Reykjavik City Break
Day 1: Arrival & Private Transfer
We can pick you up on one of our super-jeep and your Iceland adventure starts right away with a tour but more often travelers prefer an easy first day. We can arrange a private airport transfer for you directly to your hotel in Reykjavik or if your flight is early in the day, we can add a visit to the Blue Lagoon and/or do a short city introduction tour.
Day 2: Golden Circle + Glacier Super-Jeep Tour
The most popular tour for first time visitors is the Golden Circle + Glacier. On the glacier it’s possible to go snowmobiling for an hour. In winter, you might want go on a Northern Lights tour.
Day 3: Whale Watching and Horseback Riding
You can start the morning with a horseback riding tour and then continue after lunch with a whale watching tour from the old harbor in Reykjavik. We can book any tour or activity for you and we don’t add any mark up to their prices.
Day 4: Iceland’s South Shore
The second most popular tour in Iceland is some version of a south shore tour, whether it’s to see the black sand beaches, the famous Eyjafjallajokull volcano, two glaciers and beautiful waterfalls or to go hiking in Thorsmork Nature Reserve.
Day 5: Departure & Private Airport Transfer
If your departure flight is in the afternoon, it’s ideal to visit the Blue Lagoon on the way to the airport.
Our driverguides are knowledgeable about Iceland and will gladly adjust to your particular interest the best they can, whether it’s nature, geology, history, current affairs – or 4×4 stuff. We refer to it as ‘conversational guiding’. The interaction with our clients is a big part of why we love our jobs.
For your safety, Nature Explorer reserves the right to change tours according to weather and snow conditions
– Reykjavik, the most northern capital in the world
– Golden Circle tour
– Driving on a glacier
– Eyjafjallajokull volcano
– Blue Lagoon
– Seljalandsfoss waterfall
– Skogafoss waterfall
– Fun off-road adventure
– Whale Watching
– Northern Lights (winter only)
FAQ for Iceland
Q: What is the weather like?
A: Iceland is not as cold as the name suggests, the average temperature in summer is 11°C (52°F) and in winter around 0°C (32°F). However it’s often wet and windy so better to bring proper clothing
A: Service and tax is always included in prices so tipping is not mandatory or expected but always appreciated.
Do you have questions? Please don’t hesitate to contact us: info@NatureExplorer.is