Information from G Adventures
It’s one thing to look at photos of the majestic Northern Lights – it’s definitely another to see them for yourself while living in Iceland for five days. While we’ll absolutely take some time to go in search of the Lights, we’ll also include some local elements to best connect you to winter life in Reykjavík – think visiting a local flea market, buying fish for a cooking class, and touring this beautiful city. The CEO is a native Icelander and will be able to impart loads of knowledge about customs and daily life. Throw in some free time to keep this trip extra customizable and you’ve got an Iceland living experience to remember.
- Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group
- Guided Reykjavík city tour by foot
- Two cooking lessons
- Northern Lights excursion
- Visit to naturally heated pools
- Visit to Kolaportið Flea Market
- Transport between destinations and included activities
- Hunt for the ethereal northern lights
- Soak in natural pools with locals
- Savour the fruits of a cooking lesson with an icelandic dinner feast
- Scour the local flea and fish market for bargains
- Explore the icelandic countryside.
Day 1: Reykjavík Arrive before evening. If conditions are right, set off to hunt for the Northern Lights.
Day 2: Reykjavík Get to know Reykjavîk on a guided tour of the city. Stop by Kolaportið, the local flea and fish market, scour the stands for a bargain, then help the CEO buy some fish for dinner. Stop by some naturally heated pools popular with the locals. Enjoy a cooking demonstration with the CEO to learn how to make delicious and hearty Icelandic dishes.
Day 3: Reykjavík During your free time, set off and really get to know Reykjavîk and its surroundings. Opt to set off by foot to get to know the city, or book a tour to visit some of the natural sites for which Iceland is famous, such as the Golden Circle or the Sólheimajökull Glacier.
Day 4: Reykjavík During your free time, set off and really get to know Reykjavîk and its surroundings. Opt to set off by foot to get to know the city, or book a tour to visit some of the natural sites for which Iceland is famous, such as the Golden Circle or the Sólheimajökull Glacier.
Day 5: Reykjavík Depart at any time. Those with later flights may opt to visit the famous Blue Lagoon.