Multi-Day Tours

Duration
• We take the time we need!
• Tour can vary from 7 - 9 hours.
Price
Vehicle for 1 - 8 people
Tour Rate = 100.000 ISK
Approximately 774 USD / 660 EUR / 564 GBP
Included
• English speaking driving guide.
• Taxi Vehicle, Fuel, Road & Parking fees.
Not Included
• Admission Tickets to Museums, Bathing Areas & Activity Tours.
• Driver's Accommodation (If the driver is staying with the group overnight, then the group will need to provide a Single Room with Private Bathroom for the driver).
Payment & Cancellation
• You pay at the end of the tour (Cash or Credit Card).
• You can cancel whenever and without cost.

Tour Details
If you are planning to go see the Glacier Lagoon and the Blue Ice Caves. Then I recommend that you do that over 2 - 4 days. During this tour, you could combine the Golden Circle, South Shore, Skaftafell Area, Glacier Lagoon, and Blue Ice Caves.

If you are planning to travel around Iceland on the ring road. Then I recommend that you do that over 6 - 12 days, all depending on how much you would like to see.

You are always welcome to contact us on info@rentadriver.is and we will do your best to help you plan the best itinerary for your group.

KEEP IN MIND: If the driver is staying with the group overnight, then the group will need to provide a Single Room with Private Bathroom for the driver.
Iceland in September: Pros and Cons 

Pro: it’s the beginning of shoulder season so the crowds start to thin out. 

Con: It’s one of the rainiest months of the year. Iceland receives all the leftover hurricanes from the US making it the windiest and Rainiest month! 

Pro: You still have lots of access to your favorite summer attractions like the highlands! 

Con: The weather is insane so you have to be willing to be flexible on your plans, especially if you are traveling to the more remote places. 

Pro: if it’s a clear night then you will start to see the northern lights because it is finally dark enough!

Pro: the average temperature is around 50° so you don’t have to expect freezing temperatures! But always bundle up!

Pro: Film and music festivals take place in the fall, and the culture in Reykjavik is booming! 

Pro: Wild blueberries grow in Iceland, and they are ready to be picked at the beginning of September. They are the freshest you will ever taste!

Con: The Puffins are gone for the winter

Pro: Rettir, the sheep round up tradition happens. You can get the chance to witness or even participate in this awesome activity.
Snowy Seyðisfjörður❄️☃️
Photo by: weltreisner
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Move aside Elsa, there’s a new ice queen in town.. just kidding.

But… I’m totally channeling my inner frozen vibes at this beautiful glacier lagoon in Iceland!

Happy Friday. 🤍

#iceland #loveiceland #travelinspiration #icelandscape #inspiredbyiceland travel adventure iceland scrollingworld #femmetravel #wanderlust #sheisnotlost #revolvearoundtheworld #destinationearth
Þórsmörk

The number one question we're getting asked... where has been our favorite place in Iceland?

Well, this might be it. 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐕𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐲 𝐨𝐟 𝐓𝐡𝐨𝐫.

This lush, remote valley in the southern Highlands, nestled between three glaciers. Getting here is a journey in itself.

↠ You can either hike in, a minimum of 16 miles.
↠ You can skillfully drive a huge overlander vehicle (do not attempt to reach here in a standard 4x4).
↠ You can book a private Super Jeep Tour.
↠ Or (like we did), hop on one of the big Monster Highlands buses.

The valley is guarded by one of the most dangerous rivers in Iceland -- that has unfortunately claimed the lives of numerous tourists, locals, and vehicles.

But once arrived, it's a true feast for the senses... and your lens.
Stuðlagil canyon 🇮🇸 Who would you want to visit Iceland with?
⁣  
📍⁣ #Iceland 
⁣  
📸 - daniel_weissenhorn
 
#iceland🇮🇸  
#icelandtravel  
#icelandnature
• Turning dreams into reality • 💫 

#iceland#island#volcano#vulkan#fagradalsfjall#fagradalsfjalleruption#lava#bluelagoon#bluelagooniceland#bluewater#amazingview#unbelievable#speechless#travel#travellife#travelphotography#van#vanlife#vantour#canpingtrip#camping

Iceland in September: Pros and Cons 

Pro: it’s the beginning of shoulder season so the crowds start to thin out. 

Con: It’s one of the rainiest months of the year. Iceland receives all the leftover hurricanes from the US making it the windiest and Rainiest month! 

Pro: You still have lots of access to your favorite summer attractions like the highlands! 

Con: The weather is insane so you have to be willing to be flexible on your plans, especially if you are traveling to the more remote places. 

Pro: if it’s a clear night then you will start to see the northern lights because it is finally dark enough!

Pro: the average temperature is around 50° so you don’t have to expect freezing temperatures! But always bundle up!

Pro: Film and music festivals take place in the fall, and the culture in Reykjavik is booming! 

Pro: Wild blueberries grow in Iceland, and they are ready to be picked at the beginning of September. They are the freshest you will ever taste!

Con: The Puffins are gone for the winter

Pro: Rettir, the sheep round up tradition happens. You can get the chance to witness or even participate in this awesome activity.
Snowy Seyðisfjörður❄️☃️
Photo by: weltreisner
Tag someone who should go to Iceland!
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Follow lost.in.iceland for all the best photos from Iceland! Don’t forget to visit our store & check out our self drive road trip guides to help plan your Iceland itinerary!🇮🇸
⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Tag/DM lost.in.iceland to get featured!
Move aside Elsa, there’s a new ice queen in town.. just kidding.

But… I’m totally channeling my inner frozen vibes at this beautiful glacier lagoon in Iceland!

Happy Friday. 🤍

#iceland #loveiceland #travelinspiration #icelandscape #inspiredbyiceland travel adventure iceland scrollingworld #femmetravel #wanderlust #sheisnotlost #revolvearoundtheworld #destinationearth
Þórsmörk

The number one question we're getting asked... where has been our favorite place in Iceland?

Well, this might be it. 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐕𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐲 𝐨𝐟 𝐓𝐡𝐨𝐫.

This lush, remote valley in the southern Highlands, nestled between three glaciers. Getting here is a journey in itself.

↠ You can either hike in, a minimum of 16 miles.
↠ You can skillfully drive a huge overlander vehicle (do not attempt to reach here in a standard 4x4).
↠ You can book a private Super Jeep Tour.
↠ Or (like we did), hop on one of the big Monster Highlands buses.

The valley is guarded by one of the most dangerous rivers in Iceland -- that has unfortunately claimed the lives of numerous tourists, locals, and vehicles.

But once arrived, it's a true feast for the senses... and your lens.
Stuðlagil canyon 🇮🇸 Who would you want to visit Iceland with?
⁣  
📍⁣ #Iceland 
⁣  
📸 - daniel_weissenhorn
 
#iceland🇮🇸  
#icelandtravel  
#icelandnature
• Turning dreams into reality • 💫 

#iceland#island#volcano#vulkan#fagradalsfjall#fagradalsfjalleruption#lava#bluelagoon#bluelagooniceland#bluewater#amazingview#unbelievable#speechless#travel#travellife#travelphotography#van#vanlife#vantour#canpingtrip#camping

Duration
• We take the time we need!
• Tour can vary from 7 - 9 hours.
Price
Vehicle for 1 - 8 people
Tour Rate = 100.000 ISK
Approximately 774 USD / 660 EUR / 564 GBP
Included
• English speaking driving guide.
• Taxi Vehicle, Fuel, Road & Parking fees.
Not Included
• Admission Tickets to Museums, Bathing Areas & Activity Tours.
• Driver's Accommodation (If the driver is staying with the group overnight, then the group will need to provide a Single Room with Private Bathroom for the driver).
Payment & Cancellation
• You pay at the end of the tour (Cash or Credit Card).
• You can cancel whenever and without cost.

Tour Details
If you are planning to go see the Glacier Lagoon and the Blue Ice Caves. Then I recommend that you do that over 2 - 4 days. During this tour, you could combine the Golden Circle, South Shore, Skaftafell Area, Glacier Lagoon, and Blue Ice Caves.

If you are planning to travel around Iceland on the ring road. Then I recommend that you do that over 6 - 12 days, all depending on how much you would like to see.

You are always welcome to contact us on info@rentadriver.is and we will do your best to help you plan the best itinerary for your group.

KEEP IN MIND: If the driver is staying with the group overnight, then the group will need to provide a Single Room with Private Bathroom for the driver.