£3850 per person
Best time to travel
August to October
Iceland in the Autumn months is one of the best times to visit the country – with the midnight sun finally setting the colours on the horizon begin to burst with fascinating displays, some of which might also give you a glimpse of the aurora borealis whose season begins at the end of August.
It is also a perfect time to head on a self-drive trip to explore parts of the island as the weather is generally much better at this time of year and there are still plenty of hours of light for you to discover your surroundings without the threat of it getting dark so quickly.
This suggested itinerary has you spend some time in the capital city before heading out to the south to a beautiful retreat, a perfect location for those autumnal evenings gazing at the night sky!
Reykjavik and the Sky Lagoon
You’ll pick up your car hire from Keflavik airport and then head over to Reykjavik city where you will spend your first night.
Our Adventure Artists will get you booked in for a visit at the trendy Sky Lagoon which is a new geothermal spa based close to the capital – a perfect way to start your trip!
Golden Circle & Torfhus Retreat
After breakfast and some additional time exploring the city, you can head out in your vehicle to being your adventure in the southern part of Iceland – starting with a stop at the famous Golden Circle and ending at your accommodation for the next couple of nights – Torfhus Retreat.
Private Superjeep Tour
After a day of exploring with the car, you can take a break from it and instead spend the day with your own private guide who can take you to some key locations around you that are not possible to visit by standard vehicles.
You might want to discover Hekla and Mælifell or other volcanos such as Eyjafjallajökull! Those that might like something a little more adventurous can head out to go Ice Climbing, Snowmobiling, or even head into an Ice Cave!
Today you can get to discover the black sand beaches Vik, Reynisfjara Beach, and the stunning waterfalls that sit between your property and this popular location. It is the perfect location for such sights as Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss – two famous waterfalls sitting along the south coast.
In the evening you can relax and give yourselves a final chance of spotting the elusive Aurora
Reykjanes Penisula & Home
On your final day, you can make your way back to the airport, but make sure you plan on a route that takes in the Reykjanes Penisula which had some stunning gems to uncover.
Your trip doesn’t need to end here either – our Adventure Artists are here to help design your dream trip and experience in Iceland. Get in touch and let them know what else you might like to discover and they can build a bespoke experience just for you.