10D7N Iceland Aurora & Glacier Explorer (Winter)

Up to $400 OFF 2nd Pax*
itinerary is not null


Travel period: Oct 2017 - Mar 2018

fr. SGD 4588

Highlights

Inclusions:
- Return Airfare
- Return Airport Transfer
- 7N Accommodation
- Overnight Excursion to Golden Circle, South Coast & Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

- Geothermally Cooked Bread & Egg Tasting
- Visit to Fridheimar with Icelandic Horse Stable
- 1.5hrs Glacier Walk in Svinafellsjokull Glacier
- Reykjavik City Tour
- Northern Lights Hunting Tour
- Blue Lagoon with Premium Package Admission
- Daily Breakfast

Convoy Bonus
FREE Tour of Your Choice:
- Silfra Snorkelling
- "Games of Thrones" Tour
- Lava Cave, Thermal Pool & Waterfalls
- Snaefellsnes National Park with Cave Exploration
- Inside the Glacier - Langjokull Ice Cave Tour
 
Tour Highlights
(Minimum 20 Pax)
- Welcome & Farewell Dinners
- Fully Escorted from Singapore

Meals On Board
Depart Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland. 

Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure exploring the cosmopolitan city.

Today, embark on a guided city tour of Reykjavik. Visit the presidential residence at Bessastadir and the village of Hafnarfjordur, Iceland’s 3rd largest town and home of the "hidden people" - elves, dwarves and other spirits. Then, view other attractions like Perlan, Hofdi House, Laugardalur and the Parliament House. Continue to Hallgrimskirkja, the largest church in Iceland where the architectural design resembles the basalt lava flows of Iceland’s landscape. The church’s colossal pipe organ stands at 15 metres, filling the space with climatic notes. In the evening, go on a Northern Lights hunting tour in search of magnificent auroras. On a clear night, you may be lucky to spot the Northern Lights in dramatic shapes, colours, patterns and sizes swirling in a wild and carefree dance across the sky.

After breakfast, depart Reykjavik for an extraordinary 2-night excursion to the many popular attractions in Iceland. Stop by Hveragerdi Village for a visit to the Geothermal Park where you can have a taste of delicious bread baked using geothermal heat. Next, visit Fridheimar Greenhouse, the proud suppliers of the sweetest tomatoes in Iceland and go for a stable visit to see the friendly Icelandic horses. Head west to the Golden Circle, and stop by Thingvellir National Park, the first national park in Iceland and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue your journey to visit some of Iceland’s greatest natural attractions including the breathtaking 2-tiered Gullfoss waterfall, hot springs of The Great Geysir and Strokkur, as well as the surrounding geothermal area. Tonight, head to a nearby accommodation for a good night’s rest.

This morning, head towards the South Coast of Iceland. Be enthralled by the picturesque Seljalandsfoss, a waterfall that plummets 200 feet into a deep plunge pool below. View glorious Eyjafjallajokull Glacier, an ice-capped volcano that gained notoriety when it caused substantial disruption to air traffic across Europe in 2010. Next, stop by Skogar to visit the famous Skogafoss, regarded by many as the most spectacular waterfall in Iceland. Continue your journey to the charming village of Vik to explore black sand beaches with picturesque basalt column formations and view the magnificient Reynisdrangar. Continue your journey across Eldhraun lava field. Tonight, head to a nearby accommodation for a good night’s rest.

This morning, drive to Jokulsarlon, a large glacial lagoon in southeast Iceland and explore the black sand shores where you can try to spot seals swimming in the lagoon. View a variety of icebergs which range from white with streaks of charcoal-black soot to translucent formations that resemble glass and gorgeous chunks of powder blue. Continue your journey to Skaftafell National Park where your glacier encounter will culminate with a glacier walk under the supervision of a certified glacier guide at Svinafellsjokull, part of Vatnajokull Glacier, the largest glacier in Europe. Be awed by magnificent views as you witness ice formations and crevasses along the way, learning how they are formed and how the glaciers continuously reshape. En route back to Reykjavik, you may embark on a hunt for the magical Northern Lights in dramatic shapes and colours, swirling in a wild and carefree dance across the sky.

Note
Please wear comfortable hiking shoes for the glacier hike. The Northern Lights is a natural phenomenon and sighting is subject to weather conditions.

This morning, spend the day at leisure. If you are adventurous, you may consider a snorkeling tour in the Silfra fissure, one of Iceland’s most captivating snorkeling spots. If you are a fan of the mythical "Games of Thrones" series, you may wish to join the "Games of Thrones" tour which traces the footsteps of your favourite characters through the mysterious landscape of Iceland. Thereafter, spend the rest of the day at leisure exploring the plethora of museums, landmarks and restaurants which Reykjavik has to offer.

Begin your day with a visit to Blue Lagoon with your premium package admission, reputed for the unique properties of the geothermal seawater in the lagoon. The geothermal spa water, which is about 37 to 39 degree celsius, contains minerals and salts which are said to be therapeutic for one’s well-being. Relax and unwind in the saunas and steam baths or get a natural massage under the Blue Lagoon waterfall. Thereafter, you may choose to dine at your own expense at "Café Blue" or by the stunning lava cliff in the restaurant "Lava", which serves authentic Icelandic cuisines inspired by top Michelin restaurants.

Meals On Board

If time permits, you can do some last minute shopping before you transfer to your airport for your flight home.

NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.