Bus tous in Iceland
You will be surprised to find out how big Iceland really is, yes we know it’s an island in the North Atlantic, but it’s actually quite a big one, and bus tours in Iceland are a great choice..
We recommend spending more than a couple of days in Iceland, there is just so much to do in Iceland. To those planning to travel to Iceland we say: prepare, book hotels in Iceland ahead of time and make sure you have a good list of things to do in Iceland and what to see in Iceland. Traveling from one place to the next is also surprisingly tiring, going from the capital of iceland, Reykjavik, to the Geysir and Gullfoss locations and back will take you most of the day.
Our top tip for travelers is to book bus tours and enjoy the ride. The scenes from the window are spectacular and guided bus tours are also quite informative. There are exciting bus tours too, like the glacier tour and the ones that will take you all around Iceland on the Ring road. So don’t worry about the size of Iceland, just hit the bus tours.
Extreme Iceland offers exhilarating boat day trips for travelers seeking a unique way to see the country on jet boats, tour boats and schooners.
Ice Lagoon offers boat day trips on the Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon. Through adventure, evening or private tours, they have a variety of boat tours suited for the needs of all travelers. As one of the most amazing sites to see in Iceland, taking a boat day trip in Iceland in the midst of Europe’s largest glacier is an activity you definitely want to include on your agenda.
Seatoursoffers exciting Icelandic boat excursions all year around. Seatours is a long-established tourist company located in the picturesque coastal town of Stykkishólmur in West Iceland.
Sjosigling offers boat trips in Iceland that include observing Icelandic whales and angling Icelandic fish. The boat, Númi is a traditional Icelandic oak fishing-boat which has been modified for whale watching and sea angling without losing its charm.