2020 DEPARTURE DATE
23 SEP 2020
PRICE PER PAX
Early Bird Save Up to RM1,000 *
* Limited to first 10 pax only
* Single Supplement Fee RM3,000
NATURAL CROWN JEWELS
Iceland, a Nordic island nation which blessed with dramatic landscapes and stunning nature. Nature lovers would go on an exhilarating yet unforgettable adventure to explore the mesmerising beauty of Icelandic landscape which leaves travellers in awe.
Fine selection of hotels
Handpicked local restaurants
Personal time to explore
Minimum travelling time on coach
It’s time to explore the magic of Icelandic glaciers. Explore the astonishing Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon in Southeast Iceland by taking an exciting amphibian boat tour, sail among the huge icebergs while enjoying the picturesque scenery. Lucky enough, wildlife such as seals and some arctic bird species can be seen in the lagoon or on top of a floating iceberg. Go far off-the-beaten-track on an ice cave beneath the volcano expedition and enter Katla´s glacier, Kötlujökull, through a truly magical ‘gateway’ as blue and black ice-walls stand like sentinels on either side of you. Inside this ice-dome you will feel you are in a magical Hollywood scene.
SMALL CITY WITH EXCITEMENT
Stroll around the quaint old city and you will find Austurvöllur Square right in the middle of the downtown area. Locals can be seen chilling at the square on a sunny day, and there are all sorts of stores and restaurants nearby in the city centre. Here you will find the Parliament building, and also the most recognisable landmark, Hallgrímskirkja church, which designed by the genius of visionary state architect, Guðjón Samúelsson with the inspiration of stunning Iceland’s nature. Harpa Concert hall is another landmark that shouldn’t be missed. Each of Harpa’s glass tiles has a unique size and shape, and the whole building lights up in an array of kaleidoscopic colours at night, creating an ever-changing beacon on the shoreline, and leads to a highlight of Reykjavík's skyline.
In a magnificent black-lava field, the cyan Blue Lagoon spa is filled with superheated water (70% sea water, 30% fresh water, at a perfect 38°C), which is rich in blue-green algae, mineral salts and fine silica mud. Silica mud can help to exfoliate and nourishes the skin, therefore don’t forget to enjoy a relaxing dip into the beneficial white silica mud spa with roiling clouds of steam during your stay in Iceland!
GEM OF THE NORTHEAST
Mývatn is a beautiful lake with many small islands in the north of Iceland, the fourth largest lake in the country. Sits in active geothermal area, the geography is unique with terrain of spluttering mudpots, weird lava formations, steaming fumaroles and volcanic craters. Besides, Myvatn is also one of the best bird watching site in Iceland, and home for different species of wildlife such as voles, Arctic fox and etc. Due to its serenity, birdlife and volcanism, the lake, including its surrounding area, is one of the most amazing natural attractions in the country.
SKÓGAFOSS, SELJALANDSFOSS, GULFOSS
Iceland is blessed with various distinguish waterfalls, contribute to its majestic and astounding landscape in the country. These waterfalls attracted tons of visitors per year. Due to the amount of spray the cascade produces, at least one rainbow is present any time the sun emerges from behind the clouds. These waterfall are magnificent, visitors should not be surprised to find themselves drenched by the waterfall’s mighty spray.
GEYSIR GEOTHERMAL FIELD
Making up one of the attractions along the world-renowned Golden Circle sightseeing route, Great Geysir arguably the country’s most famous hot spring, shooting vast jets of boiling water to an impressive height of between 65 feet and 130 feet. Various geological factors have to combine for a geyser to exist, making them very rare in nature. This natural phenomenon provides visitor spectacular photo opportunities. Now, get ready to witness one of Mother Nature’s show stoppers!
THINGVELLIR NATIONAL PARK
SYMBOL OF INDEPENDENCE
The world’s oldest parliament, Althingi was uniquely situated at this monumental site where two tectonic plates meet. In AD 930, Vikings would hold meetings among this awe-inspiring geology, which created a natural amphitheater. In the 19th and 20th centuries, Thingvellir was an important symbol of national unity in Iceland’s process towards independence. In the Middle Ages, people were put to their death by drowning, in this very pool below the 20m cascade. To the south sits Thingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland, containing one of the most unusual diving spots in the world. Here you can descend into Silfra Gorge's glacial waters between two tectonic plates. The gap between these North American and Eurasian tectonic plates continues to grow by 2cm each year.
READY TO TAKE A JOURNEY WITH YOUR PERSONALIZED TOUR PLANNER?
- Return Flight tickets
- 4 star hotels or similar
- Meals as per itinerary
- Experience Icelandic Horse riding
- Myrdalsjokull Glacier Ice Cave with Super Jeep
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Boat Ride
- Guided tours with local guide
- Spa at Blue Lagoon
- Airport taxes & tips
- Travel Insurance
- 2 Meals as X in the itinerary