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Reykjanes self-drive express

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4 days / 3 nights. From 650 to 1200 Euros per person

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Title: Reykjanes self-drive express

Length : 4 days / 3 nights.
From 650 to 1200 Euros per person

Four days in Iceland!
You want to see the country but don´t want to sit in a bus all day, what do you do? We have the answer! This four day Iceland self drive takes you to all the attractions of South Iceland giving you a great taste of this magical country and a feeling of complete Iceland travel in just four days! During this Iceland self drive you will discover the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle and of course, Iceland´s volcanoes and glaciers as well as a few secret locations to make it that even more special. Traveling in Iceland has never been easier with this Iceland winter self drive all you have to do is book a flight and relax.
Let us do the rest!
This Iceland trip is available all year round

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- Visit Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir – Iceland´s Golden Circle
- Explore the glaciers and volcanoes of South Iceland.
- The possibility to visit the Blue Lagoon in this Iceland self drive.
- You dictate your pace, we provide the destinations.
- The nightclubs, restaurants and cafes of Iceland´s capital; Reykjavik.
- Natural hot springs and hidden pools.
- All year around Iceland trip
- Ideal for an unforgettable Iceland stop over or week-end to ease your trans-Atlantic flight.


Day 1: Keflavik airport – Reykjavik. 50 to 100 km. 1-2hr
Day 2: Reykjavik – Golden Circle. 200 km. approx. 4hrs
Day 3: The south coast – the Reykjanes peninsula 250 km approx. 4hrs
Day 4: Reykjavik – Keflavik airport. 20 to 50 km. 1hr.

Friendly Advice:

- Do not miss the chance to soak in the warm water of a natural hot spring
- In winter, leave the city lights of Reykjavik in order to fully enjoy northern lights.
- In summer, the longer days will give you the ability to drive further on the south coast to discover even more wonders!

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If you have a backpacker’s soul, a small budget, or are travelling to Iceland alone, this may be a good option for you. Hostels are recognized world-wide as friendly places to meet fellow travellers. Iceland’s hostels live up to this reputation on top of also being clean and full of warm welcomes! Whether a quick walk or a fifteen minute bus ride away from downtown (buses free with the Reykjavik City Pass we include in your package), the hostels offer easy access to the city’s main attractions. Reykjavik's hostels all offer breakfasts, linen rental, laundry service, etc.
When hostels have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

Whether they are someone’s actual home or an establishment more like a cosy and simple inn, Reykjavik guesthouses most often offer the best access to downtown. Breakfast is always included and you can opt for a private room with a bathroom or to use a shared bathroom upstairs. This second option is generally less expensive. There are triple and quadruple rooms available if you are travelling to Iceland with friends or family.
When guesthouses have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

Three star hotels are often in the middle of downtown areas. When they are not, they are about ten minutes away by taxi or bus. The accommodations are simple but many offer possible upgrades and triple rooms if travelling as a family. When they have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

Since extravagance and 5 star hotels are hard to come by in Iceland; these are the most deluxe options for your stay. The downtown hotels are comfortable, centrally located and reasonably spacious. They have quality restaurants and excellent efficient service. The hotels located on the outskirts of the downtown area, are more spacious and offer more services such as gyms, spas etc. All the 4 star hotels have possible upgrades, and several suites. Some have triple rooms, if you are on a family holiday. When they have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

If you’re travelling to Iceland with your family or in a group of friends, you can rent apartments in Reykjavik by the day or by the week. Although catering is not included, you will have a kitchen area available to prepare your meals. Most of these apartments provide easy access to downtown.

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What's Included:

- 1 night in Reykjavik in a double room with or without private bathroom, breakfast included.
- 1 night in the countryside in a double room with or without private bathroom, breakfast included.
- 1 night near the Blue Lagoon in a double room with or without private bathroom, breakfast included.
- The entrance to the Blue Lagoon and towel rental included.
- A rental car for 4 days, unlimited mileage, VAT, CDW insurance, second driver fee included.
- The whole necessary documentation for your Iceland trip including road map and a detailed day-by-day road-book.

What's not Included:

- Your international flight to Iceland
- Meals, drinks and personal expenses.
- International flights in and out of Iceland, airport taxes and travel insurance
- Super CDW insurance and gravel protection (SCDW) including excess liability charges.


In guesthouse or hotel, all year around:
- In room with private facilities: from 775 to 1200 Euros/pers. depending on season and car category
- In room without private facilities: from 650 to 950 Euros/pers. depending on season and car category

Final price varies depending on the number of people, the season and the category of vehicle.

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Day 1: Keflavik – Reykjavik. 50 to 100 km approx. 1-2hrs
Arrival at Keflavik international airport where you pick up your rental car. If you arrive on an early flight, you could either drive directly to Reykjavik and drop off your luggage at your accommodation or start exploring the wonders of Reykjanes peninsula. Impressive cliffs which are crowded with birdlife during the summer months, the natural bubbling hot springs at Krysuvik and the world famous Blue Lagoon are waiting for you ! Then, enjoy the first evening of your Iceland winter self drive in the world’s northernmost capital boasting numerous cafes, fine restaurants and nightclubs.
Staying overnight in Reykjavik.

Day 2 : Reykjavik – Golden Circle. 250 km approx. 4hrs
Time in this Iceland travel to leave the capital behind and discover the three main attractions that make up Iceland´s Golden Circle. This is a Golden Circle tour at your own pace, so take your time to explore the Thingvellir National Park and its surrounds while you observe majestic landscapes that have been sculpted by the continental rift and past volcanic activity such as, tectonic faults, lava fields, the Skjaldbreidur volcanic dome and of course, Thingvallavatn, the largest body of fresh water in Iceland. A bit further on, stop at Geysir for a chance to see the geyser, Strokkur which spouts 100°c water up to 20 meters in the air every 5 to 8 minutes! Next up? The powerful Gullfoss waterfall where the glacial river, Hvita falls into an impressive canyon carved over centuries through successive lava layers. Already time to head to your accommodation? Sure, but why not make a final stop on your way at a natural hot spring to relax and experience the warmth of outdoor bathing. Fantastic in any weather - the ultimate Icelandic experience!
Staying overnight in the Hvolsvellir region.

Day 3: The South Coast – The Reykjanes peninsula 250 km approx. 3-4 hrs
On the Iceland self drive menu today? You´ll have volcanoes and glaciers, Black sand beaches, steep cliffs and numerous waterfalls. This is Iceland´s southern coastline at its stunning best! In the shadow of the Eyjafjallajokull and Myrdalsjokull glacial volcanoes you´ll pass through rich farmland plains as you enter the Katla Geopark you come across the first of the day’s waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss, 60 m high and fed by the Eyjafjallajokull glacier this lovely waterfall offers the choice to admire front on or walk behind the cascade. Skogarfoss is the next stop on this section of your Iceland travel where you will not only enjoy the site of its 60 m free fall, you will also have the chance to get up-close and personal with this thunderous fall as you stand practically where it meets the river and its waiting pool. Ascend the side of the waterfall using the wooden stairwell to the top and gaze upon the magnificent vista´s on offer or take a small hike following the river as it snakes down the mountain side and before you say good bye, visit the charming heritage museum. Next up on your Iceland trip? You are off to the Reykjanes peninsula, the home of boiling mud pools and fumaroles at Krysuvik, lava fields, raw, isolated coastlines and the silky warm blue waters of the Blue Lagoon! A must on any Iceland self drive.
Staying overnight in Reykjavik or in Keflavik.

Day 4: Reykjanes – Keflavik. 50 to 100 km approx. 1-2hrs
Last day of this Iceland trip has come. Return your rental car at the Keflavik International airport in time for your flight home. Depending on your departure time, you can either drive directly to the airport or use the available time to discover more of the Reykjanes peninsula and if you haven´t already, have a relaxing soak in the inviting waters of the Blue Laggon.(see day 1).

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