GJ Travel

 Bus Tours in Iceland



Gudmundur Jónasson Travel

Borgartún 34
105 Reykjavik
Iceland


Tel. + 354 511 1515
Fax + 354 511 1511



GJ Travel Service

With over 60 years of experience we are one of Iceland´s leading Tour Operators.GJ Travel operates a large bus fleet in Iceland with 24 buses meeting all the needs of today's travellers. In addition to highland tours during the summer, hotel based tours are on offer throughout the year.GJ Travel offers a comprehensive and personal travel service for individuals, companies and organisations with many of our customers returning year after year.


GJ Travel Bus Rental

GJ Travel began as a bus company, which is still the background of our operations. Our fleet numbers twenty four modern Mercedes-Benz coaches, ranging in size from ten to fifty eight seaters, as well as several specially equipped kitchen buses and trailers. All are available for hire year round, for trips as short as taking a group from their hotel to a restaurant in town, to a highland camping trip or a hotel tour. We can tailor a package to suit your requirements - with tour guide, staffed kitchen bus, hotel accommodation or tents, airport-city transfers, and anything else you may need. If you have a group that wants to go places, contact us. We will get you there!
Ask for our special group offer for escorted day excursions.

Special tours in Iceland

Our tours can be combined to make a longer stay in Iceland or taken as a separate departure. All include a stay in Reykjavík. Accommodation is in hotels, guest houses and private homes. In addition, jeep tours to off the beaten track locations are offered with our festival tours at New Year and Easter. There are many aspects of Iceland that can be best enjoyed outside the summer months. Winter time offers the spectacle of the northern lights and a countryside sleeping under a cover of snow. During the autumn the northern lights are also present, combined with a colourful landscape of brown and red, while springtime gives long hours of daylight and the arrival of Iceland's abundant birdlife busily sorting out partners and nestingsites.