The Golden Circle 

Explore Iceland’s beauty on the Golden Circle tour, a must-see sightseeing experience that takes you to the country’s iconic landmarks. Discover the wonders of Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir Geothermal area, and the breathtaking Gullfoss Waterfall.

Indulge in a delightful late lunch at the cozy Fridheimar Tomato Farm, creating lasting memories in the welcoming atmosphere.

Capture the magic of the journey with photos taken by your guide amidst the spectacular landscapes. Your cherished moments will be conveniently uploaded to a drive, allowing you to download and relive your unforgettable memories after the tour. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Iceland with our Golden Circle adventure.

Embark on an immersive journey at Thingvellir National Park, where Icelandic history comes alive amid captivating natural beauty. Explore the park’s unique geological significance, nestled between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Capture the raw and alien wonders of Iceland as you witness volcanic landscapes adorned with lava rock and moss.

Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring surroundings, accompanied by the sight of Iceland’s largest lake, Thingvallavatn. Enhance your experience with a short hike to Oxararfoss waterfall, discovering the enchanting charm of this extraordinary destination. Uncover the geological and historical marvels of Thingvellir National Park, creating lasting memories of Iceland’s unparalleled landscapes.

Move on to the next adventure at the Geysir Geothermal Area, where you’ll witness the spectacular eruptions of hot springs up close. Nestled in the Haukadalur Valley, this area boasts a landscape adorned with hot pools, fumaroles, and clay pots. Here, you’ll encounter two world-renowned geysers, Strokkur and The Great Geysir.

Although The Great Geysir is mostly dormant, the impressive Strokkur erupts approximately every ten minutes, shooting scalding hot water up to 40 meters into the air. These geysers, a rare natural phenomenon, are a must-see attraction in Iceland. Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty and dynamic displays of the Geysir Geothermal Area for an unforgettable Icelandic experience.

If witnessing a majestic waterfall is on your Iceland to-do list, you’re in luck! The final stop on the Golden Circle route is Gullfoss, also known as The Golden Waterfall. Renowned as one of the most breathtaking waterfalls in Iceland, Gullfoss captivates visitors with its beauty and mesmerizing power. Take the opportunity to spend ample time immersed in the awe-inspiring spectacle of Gullfoss, making it a must-see destination on your Icelandic adventure.

Indulge in a delectable late lunch experience at the renowned Greenhouse Friðheimar Tomato Farm, a highlight of your Golden Circle tour. Your included meal offers a choice between their world-famous tomato soup, ravioli pasta, or grilled tortilla pizza, complemented by unlimited servings of delicious homemade bread. Additionally, explore the option to purchase local desserts and drinks, including the tastiest Bloody Mary’s.

As you savor your meal, there’s a chance to encounter and pet the charming Icelandic horse. Conclude your journey by sitting back and enjoying the scenic drive through the rugged Icelandic landscape on your way back to Reykjavik. Immerse yourself in a culinary and visual feast that enhances your Golden Circle experience.

Contact us if for options to include the Sky Lagoon, Fly Over Iceland, Silfra Snorkeling or Horsbeack riding to your experience!

English speaking guide
Photos taken by your guide
Pick up and drop off  in Reykjavik
Golden Circle scenic sightings
Late Lunch at Friðheimar Tomato Farm

Good shoes – no heals
Please dress according to weather

Departure – All year :
Pick up in Reykjavik between 9:30 and 10:00

In winter time, during the darkest hours, some sightings might be missed.

Duration: 7 hours

Minimum participants: 2

Maximum participants: 12

Rank: Easy

NB. For weather and road conditions please visit and


  • Warm clothing – please dress appropriately and for the weather in Iceland, too warm is better than too cold
  • Good, sturdy shoes – preferably hiking shoes if you have them