From  £1765
per person
Tour Highlights
  • Explore Thingvellir National Park
  • Admire the famous Gullfoss waterfall
  • Watch puffins at Dyrholaey Cape
  • Explore Skaftafell National Park
  • Take a boat tour to Papey Island
  • Visit Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon
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Iceland on the Road

10 Day Tour, from £1765 per person

Travel full-circle in just 10 days on this exciting fly-drive adventure and encounter the incredible sights of South Iceland before driving the stunning east coast where narrow fjords carved by Ice Age glaciers create calm natural harbours. Cross the Mordrudalsoraefi highland, pass en route to the volcanic Lake Myvatn region and continue to Husavik – Iceland’s whale watching capital. From Akureyri the picturesque farmlands of the north west are the backdrop to the final part of the journey back to Reykjavik.

Please contact us to pre-book your Blue Lagoon excursion as pre-booking is mandatory.

Tour Itinerary

Fly to Iceland. Arrive at Keflavik International airport and collect the car. On the drive to the capital, Reykjavik, stop by the Blue Lagoon (optional) and enjoy a dip in the geothermal waters of this famous attraction. Overnight in Reykjavik.
Visit Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site remarkable for its geology and history - it was here the Viking established their parliament in 930AD. Continue to the famous Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir hot spring area, where the smaller geyser called Strokkur erupts every 10-15 minutes. End the day in the farmlands of south Iceland. (B)
Continue along the south coast towards the area of the 2010 Eyjafjallajokull eruption. To find out more about this natural disaster, stop by the visitor centre at Thorvaldseyri to watch an interesting shot film about the eruption and effect on the farm. Spend time at Skogar Folk Museum and stop at both Skogarfoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfall. Travel to Dyrholaey cape to search for birds and discover the rock formation Reynisdrangar. End the day in the town of Kirkjubaejarklaustur or Skaftafell National Park and stay here for one night. (B)
Explore Skaftafell National Park. Perhaps choose to hike to Svartifoss waterfall with its black column basalt walls. For those who wish to continue walking, why not head all the way up the glacier tongue Svinafellsjokull or to search for birds including the puffin, enjoy a tour to Ingolfshofdi cape. End the day in the area of the Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon. (B)
Morning visit to the at Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon where large chunks of ice crumble down the steep mountainside into the glacial waters.Take an optional boat tour among them before travelling onwards to Vatnajokull, Europe’s largest glacier. Pass through the small fishing town Hofn and into the eastfjords for an overnight stay. (B)
Perhaps begin the day with a boat tour to Papey Island. Continue along the east fjords, through fishing towns and in Stodvarfjordur visit Petras stone collection - a large collection of local stones all collected by one lady. Journey onwards across the Modrudalsoraefi mountain pass. Here enjoy homemade waffles at the mountain cafe Fjalladyrd. On a clear day enjoy the spectacular view into the deep highlands, all the way to Vatnajokull glacier. In the afternoon stop at Dettifoss waterfall, the most powerfull waterfall in Iceland. Stay in the area of Lake Myvatn for two nights. (B)
Spend a full day exploring around the Lake Myvatn, an area known for its spectacular geology, geothermal heat and the large number of ducks which nest by the lake. Take a leisurely hike among the pseudo craters at Skutustadir and at the rock formation - Dimmuborgir. be sure to visit Hverarond geothermal area and for those keen to continue hiking, continue for two hours to Leirhnjukur crater. Unwind and relax at the end of the day at the Myvatn Nature Baths. (B)
Visit the fishing town Husavik - known as the capital of whale watching. Located so close to the Arctic Circle, there are usually hundreds of whales in the fjord during summer. Perhaps visit the whale museum located at the harbour. In the afternoon drive to Godafoss waterfall and onwards to Akureyri , often referred to as the Capital of the North. Ending the day in farmlands of Skagafjordur for an overnight stay. (B)
Spend time in the Skagafjordur area of Iceland. The farmers of Skagafjordur take great pride in owning more horses than they can count. The area is also deeply connected to Iceland’s Viking time history, be sure to find the special map which shows important locations from this period in history. Before leaving the area, visit the swimming pool in Hofsos and then continue back to Reykjavik for an overnight stay. (B)
DAY 10
Return the car to Keflavik International airport and fly back to the UK. (B)

Pricing Information

10 day tour, from £1765 per person

Price Includes

  • Return flights in economy class with Icelandair direct from London Heathrow
  • Airport taxes
  • Accommodation in various hotels and country guesthouses
  • Meals as specified (B= breakfast, L= lunch, D= dinner)
  • Car Hire in N-class (VW Polo or similar), pick up/and drop off at Keflavik Airport, unlimited mileage, airport service charge and CDW/TP insurance and tax*
  • Personalised travel documents including suggested activities, natural wonders and places to eat complete with GPS coordinates
  • 24 hour emergency support number

Price Excludes

  • Travel Insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Any excursions/entrance fees 

Price Notes

Upgrade to M class Skoda Octavia Station (automatic) from £125pp
Upgrade to P-group Suzuki Vitara 4WD (manual) from £210pp

* please contact us for terms and conditions of the car hire.

15 Jun - 22 Aug from £2410
23 Aug - 31 Aug from £2235
01 Sep - 30 Sep from £2045
01 Oct - 31 Oct from £1765

Tour Route Map

  1. Iceland, Reykjavik
  2. Iceland, Thingvellir National Park
  3. Iceland, Hella
  4. Iceland, Eyjafjallajokull
  5. Iceland, Kirkjubaejarklaustur
  6. Iceland, Skaftafell
  7. Iceland, Hofn Region
  8. Iceland, Egilsstadir Region
  9. Iceland, Lake Myvatn
  10. Iceland, Husavik
  11. Iceland, Skagafjordur
  12. Iceland, Borgarfjordur
  13. Iceland, Reykjavik
  14. Iceland, Blue Lagoon
  15. Iceland, Golden Circle

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The service that we received from Regent was superb. The tours which we were booked onto were fantastic – Extremely well organised and each tour guide we encountered was friendly, knowledgeable and genuinely passionate about Iceland. We had a brilliant holiday, really special, have fallen in love with Iceland and can’t wait to return. Thank you so much Regent!

Mr & Mrs Whiston
March 4, 2013

The Radisson 1919 was great. Very helpful staff and centrally located. Shane was excellent when booking and patient! We had a super time and the operational logistics were seamless. Thank you – would recommend Regent Holidays.

We had a brilliant holiday, really special, have fallen in love with Iceland and can’t wait to return. Thank you so much Regent!

Mr & Mrs Parsons
March 6, 2013

The design of this tour was outstanding. Every day a new high.

Ms. H. Butcher
February 20, 2013

Best Western – good location, friendly staff and comfortable room. We went on a tailor made holiday, staying in Reykjavik and going out on some pre-arranged tours. This was very well organised.

We had a brilliant holiday, really special, have fallen in love with Iceland and can’t wait to return. Thank you so much Regent!

Ms. S Jones
February 19, 2013

All the hotels were very good and the tour guide and driver were excellent. They made a good team and nothing was too much trouble. They made the holiday.

Mr & Mrs Kearsley
March 7, 2013

The Best Western Reykjavik hotel staff were helpful and friendly and the hotel is in a good location. The tour of the Golden Circle was excellent, the driver went out of his way to make it more enjoyable. The Hunt for the Northern Lights excursion was excellent, fun and a real adventure. Questions were answered promptly by Jamie and I found him very helpful when I called to discuss the holiday originally. 

Mr & Mrs Goddard
March 7, 2013

The Hotel Reykjavik Centrum was excellent quality and very helpful staff. The excursion for the Northern Lights was excellent and the Golden Circle is a great day out. 

Mr & Mrs Graham
March 18, 2013

A very enjoyable holiday from beginning to end – very well organised and both the coach driver and guide were excellent. I was very happy with all aspects of the holiday and would consider using Regent Holidays in the future. 

Mrs. Thompson
April 3, 2013

The Best Western Reykjavik is in an excellent situation, excellent assistance from friendly staff and a very good continental breakfast. Excellent feedback from every point of view. We were not disappointed in any way and congratulate you and your team for such efficiency and excellent planning. 

Mrs Norman
May 9, 2013

Shane was a marvellous help with booking – especially the Greenland extension. Everything went so smoothly.

I can highly recommend both parts Iceland and Greenland.

Many thanks Shane. 

Ms. Morley
June 7, 2013

We found the Family Tour itinerary very informative and it took us to places we might otherwise not have known about.  

The Narfeyrarstofa Restaurant in Skykkishólmur is excellent as is the exhibition and restaurant at the Settlement Centre in Borgarnes. The Laundromat Café/Bar and Iceland Fish and Chips in Reykjavik were also very good – take advantage of ‘happy hours’ to get good value for money, and the National Museum was very family-friendly.

We loved Iceland – and will be back! Thanks for your help. 

The Cathrall Family
June 12, 2013

We enjoyed a wonderful holiday explore the Wilderness of Iceland. Our driver have us a great introduction to a country he clearly loves and cares about.

Each day for better than the one before. 

Ms Finlay & Mrs Hodgson
August 12, 2013

An excellent fly drive holiday, everything went to plan. Staff at the accommodation were very helpful. The schedule was capably put together with good advice given and we would no hesitation in recommending Regent Holidays. 

Mr & Mrs Reeves
July 18, 2013

We had a wonderful Iceland trip. The itinerary was excellent and we were so fortunate to have an exceptional guide who enriched the whole experience. 

Mr & Mrs Ball
August 7, 2013

The Hotel Borg is a very comfortable and attractive hotel. There is a good buffet breakfast with excellent coffee and is in an excellent location.

The shuttle bus driver on our last morning was an exceptionally friendly and brilliant ambassador for Iceland and the guide was lovely too.

We will return to this enchanting county and we will be in touch again!

Thank you for all your help.

Mr & Mrs Fox
September 23, 2013

The Hotel Ranga could not be improved. Everything about it – the staff, food, location etc is wonderful! 

Mr & Mrs Salthouse
October 16, 2013

The Icelandic guide was fantastic. She was very knowledgeable and approachable. She ensured that every activity was safe and most of all very enjoyable.

I had such a good time and met some fab people. 

Ms Cornish
November 29, 2013

Our guide and driver were SUPERB. There was rain, snow and gale force winds but my memories are all good ones! Thank you for organising such an experience. 

Mrs Dray
December 9, 2013

Our tour guide was excellent. He really made the holiday – so informative everywhere we went, telling us history and facts about Iceland. We learnt so much through him that was so interesting. He also made sure the activities suited everyone on the trip, which was really nice.  

Thanks for a great holiday and an unforgettable experience, we had a fantastic time!

Miss A Pool
December 16, 2013

The service at the Best Western Hotel Reykjavik was excellent. The staff were always wiling to help in anyway. Thank you – it was a well managed service you gave, and it was very much appreciated. 

Mrs Seymour
December 11, 2013
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