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 Þórsmörk nature reserve in South Iceland
Whether you want to go on a vigorous hike or just to have a lazy afternoon Þórsmörk nature reserve in South Iceland is a fantastic place to visit.
 Þingvellir National Park
A UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Þingvellir you can see the two continents drift apart.
Vestmannaeyjar is a small archipelago off the south coast of Iceland.
 Vatnajökull National Park
Vatnajökull National Park in Iceland is the largest national park in Europe.
Urriðafoss in southern Iceland.
 The Highlands
The highlands are a barren waste of lava fields with glaciers and mountains. There are no inhabited areas in this area.
 The Blue Lagoon
Breathtaking scenery, ultra modern facilities and an impressive track record in healing have made the Blue Lagoon one of Iceland's biggest attractions
 South Coast
The south coast of Iceland is a fertile area with lots of farmland and black sandy beaches. Unforgettable landscape with black beaches and Lagoon fill
 Snæfellsnes Peninsula
Visit the national park on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula in the west of Iceland.
A beautiful waterfall on the south coast.
Reykholt in west Iceland.
Skaftafell National Park is situated between Kirkjubæjarklaustur, typically referred to as Klaustur, and Höfn in the south of Iceland.
One of the top ten diving sites in the world.
 Settlement Centre in Borgarnes
Learn about the settlement history of the island.
Seljalandsfoss waterfall in southern Iceland.
 Reykjavik City
The capital of Iceland is worth the visit. The northernmost capital in the world.
 Reykjanes Peninsula
Visit the Reykjanes Peninsula in the soutwest corner of Iceland with its rugged landscape and the Blue Lagoon.
Puffins are any of three small species of auk (or alcids) in the bird genus Fratercula with a brightly coloured beak in the breeding season.
 National Parks in Iceland
Here you can find all the National Parks in Iceland
 Lake Mývatn
Stunning scenery and exceptionally rich wildlife make Lake Mývatn one of Iceland's most beautiful destinations
Hekla museum in Leirubakki
Langjökull with stop at Jaki.
Enjoy the breathtaking scenery and amazing colours of one of the most beautiful regions in Iceland.
 Kaldidalur Highland Road
Kaldidalur is the second highest, but shortest highland pass in Iceland.
 Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon
A fantastic Lagoon filled with amazing blocks of ice that have broken off Vatnajökull glacier.
 Jökulsárgljúfur National Park
Jökulsárgljúfur National Park is situated in the north of Iceland around the river Jökulsá á Fjöllum
Hveragerði is a small town in the south of Iceland.
Hvalfjörður in the west of Iceland.
Hraunfossar run into the river Hvítá.
 Hjálparfoss waterfall
Hjálparfoss is one of several waterfalls in the south of Iceland.
Herríðarhóll farm in southern Iceland.
Hekla is one of Iceland's most active volcanoes.
The third largest city in Iceland.
 Gullfoss Waterfall
Visit one of our most popular tourist attractions. A magnificent waterfall.
 Geysir geothermal area
Geysir, one of the most popular stops in Iceland. You don´t want to miss it!
Deildartunguhver is the biggest hot spring in Iceland.
A beautiful waterfall in the river Hvítá in the west of Iceland.
Akureyri is a city in northern Iceland
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Entrance fee now included!
Vestmannaeyjar islands tour has become one of Gray Line Iceland's most popular tours. We are proud to announce that the entrance fee to the Eldheimar volcano museum is now included in our tour free of charge.  The Museum's volcano exhibition focuses on the 1973 volcanic eruption in Ve [ More ]
Easter in Iceland 2014
Easter in Iceland is both a religious holiday and a sign that winter is over. The latter usually proves spectacularly wrong, but as long as we get our chocolate Easter egg on Sunday morning, we're ok. Over Easter all our tours will be running according to schedule, our service desks in Hafnarst [ More ]

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