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Hand-crafted Travel to Iceland

For a small country, Iceland boasts more excursions than most. Home to Europe’s largest National Park, it displays an abundance of rivers, glaciers, ice caves, snow-capped mountains and diverse wildlife. Seasonal nature lovers and outdoorsy types descend to Iceland on privately guided tours to take in the landscape from snowmobile, Icelandic horse or super jeep. Reach the most inaccessible peaks and heli-ski summit to sea, catch a boat for whale watching, and scale glaciers by snowmobile – spotting the Northern Lights on our Iceland luxury tours if you’re lucky.

There is much to enjoy in Iceland throughout the year, depending on whether you are looking to explore the magnificent scenery or view the Northern Lights.

Local Currency: Icelandic Króna

Local Time: GMT

Capital: Reykjavik

Travelling to Iceland with True

Ice-based adventures, spa retreats, Long Winter Weekends, True Travel has you covered for your tailor-made trip to Iceland, with our personal and expert service.

A True Iceland Itinerary

Our travel design process starts with you and your ideas, each trip created from a blank piece of paper.

Our Europe specialists have created a selection of example itineraries to provide a sense of what can be crafted for you in Iceland.

14 Day Itinerary

Guide Price: £9,700pp

Guide Price: $11,600pp

8 Day Itinerary

Guide Price: £11,000pp

Guide Price: $13,200pp

4 Day Itinerary

Guide Price: £4,200pp

Guide Price: $5,000pp

9 Day Itinerary

Guide Price: £10,000pp

Guide Price: $12,100pp

True Experiences In Iceland

Iceland packs a punch when it comes to experiences, so when it comes to planning a special itinerary , the hardest decisions are which experiences to include, and which to leave out.

Our Featured Iceland Accommodation

From remote cabins, to luxury hotels, Iceland has plenty of options for your stay and True Travel partners with the very best.

Each trip True Travel curate is based on the experience you are looking for and as an independent travel operator, we are not obliged or committed to any properties. You can rest safe in the knowledge that the accommodation we recommend for your stay has been chosen based on your interests, not ours.

Iceland Hotspots

Embrace the magic of Iceland’s geological wonders. Reykjavik, the capital, fuses modernity with Viking heritage. The Golden Circle reveals geysers, waterfalls, and Thingvellir National Park. Explore the ethereal landscapes of Jökulsárlón’s glacial lagoon. Relax in the Blue Lagoon’s geothermal waters.

Reykjavik And The Golden Circle

The Icelandic capital feels more like a large fishing town rather than a bustling city, even though 60% of the country live here. The city is comfortably walkable and worth exploring if only to mix with the charming locals in our suggested local favourites. Reykjavik also acts as the perfect platform from where you can see the countries highlights, not least the Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon.

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. Covering about 300 km in the South of Iceland, this dazzling route loops from Reykjavik into central Iceland and back and is an integral element of any Iceland tour.

Our Destination expertise

True Europe

Our team of Europe specialists live and breathe European adventures, always looking for the next hidden gem, so you can be assured you will be in the best hands when planning your trip. They will look after you start to finish using their expert knowledge to give you a holiday to remember.

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Molly Kinnaird

Molly grew up in Northern Ireland and spent her summers on the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland which inspired her love for all things Europe. Having visited almost every country in the continent, her knowledge of the luxury market in this region is unrivalled.

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Emily Beor- Roberts

Emily has been using her fastidious organisation skills to seek the road less travelled for the last 5 years. Having fined tuned her expertise as a Travel Tailor first, Emily now designs trips across Europe.

Annabel Humphrey

Annabel naturally loved to explore Europe, even before embarking on her career in luxury travel. Having spent time working for some of London’s finest hotels, Annabel’s passion is to help others explore the region in comfort and style.

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