Discover the majestic landscapes of Iceland! Get off-the-beaten path with Go Get Lost®. Take a walk along the black sandy beaches. Visit the Blue Lagoon and sink into nature’s jacuzzi. Gaze upon a waterfall. Laugh with strangers. Savor a delectable meal of Icelandic seafood. This is how Iceland is meant to be explored.

  • Photograph some of Iceland’s most breathtaking waterfalls, volcanoes, lava fields, and geothermal pools.
  • Rejuvenate in a geothermal pool while you walk through the incredible land of the vikings.
  • Experience a 4×4 adventure along the rugged coastline, black sandy beaches, spectacular mountain views, and mesmerizing cliffs.
  • Relax in the iconic Blue Lagoon spa, one of the most iconic sites in Iceland.

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Join Go Get Lost as we journey to explore the wonders of Iceland! You’ll marvel as you trek across the dramatic landscape of volcanoes, geysers, and lava fields. You’ll savor some of the world’s freshest seafood, and you’ll soak in some of the most picturesque natural hot springs on the planet.

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Day 1 - Reykjavik

Your Go Get Lost Iceland adventure begins on the Seltjarnarnes peninsula in the city of Reykjavik, the world's northernmost capital in the world. Our hotel is located at the center of Reykjavik, where we'll start the evening with our orientation party. After our orientation party, we'll make our way to one of our favorite local restaurants for our opening nights meal. After our dinner we'll return to our hotel taking in all the famous bars along the way. At this time of year it doesn't get dark until midnight in Iceland. For those so inclined, we might take some time to check a few of them out!

Day 2 - Reykjanes-Eyrarbakki-Selfoss

This morning after breakfast we'll hop on our private coach for a scenic journey to the southern coast and the Reykjanes peninsula where we will begin to explore Iceland in 4 x 4’s, the best way to visit this rugged coastline. Spectacular mountain views, black sandy beaches, and mesmerizing cliffs make this first day a great beginning to your Iceland adventure. On our adventure, we'll visit some remote geothermal areas to understand how these Icelanders have adapted to their environment. First stop fo the day is for some action on ATVs. Today we have included a one hour single rider tour. This is an opportunity like no other to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in Iceland's stunning natural beauty. Our ATV tour is designed for riders of all abilities, and you'll have a blast exploring rugged trails, picturesque routes along Lake Hafravatn, and a variety of terrains. The highlight of this tour is the ascent to the Reykjavik Peak mountain, where you'll be rewarded with breathtaking views of Iceland's third most active volcanic system, the Hengill mountain range, and the Hellisheiði geothermal power plant that provides energy to the capital. After the tour the route leads to Kleifarvatn lake and Seltún Geothermal area on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The tour continues on passed the quaint towns of Eyrarbakki and Stokkseyri. A stop for lunch can be made in the charming town of Selfoss. After stopping in Selfoss the route leads to a local farm where the group will stay for the next 3 nights. Tonight we'll end our day with a farm-to-table presentation and home-cooked country dinner.

Day 3 - Bruarfoss-Geysir-Fridheimar-Secret Lagoon

After breakfast this morning we'll hike to one of Iceland's most beautiful sites, Bruarfoss...the Blue Waterfall. Amazing that so few people ever visit this magical place, but then again it is not easy to find. The water here is so blue it's hard to capture the charm in pictures. Even the trek along the river to this wonderful place is a constant overload on the senses. Once we return back to the hotel we have some time before setting off for the Geysir area. The main attraction in the area is Strokkur (The Churn), another geyser 100 meters south of the Great Geysir, which erupts at regular intervals every 10 minutes or so, and its white column of boiling water can reach as high as 30 meters. The whole area is a geothermal park sitting on top of a vast boiling cauldron. Belching sulfurous mud pots of unusual colors, hissing steam vents, hot and cold springs, warm streams, and primitive plants can all be found here. After Geysir the group will head to Friðheimar Tomato and Horse Farm to visit a greenhouse oasis amidst the starkly beautiful Icelandic landscape. As soon as you step inside, you are enveloped in a lush world of greenery and warmth. The greenhouse is filled with row upon row of plants, from delicate herbs to towering tomato vines. The air is thick with the scent of fresh basil and thyme, and the sound of water trickling from the hydroponic systems adds a soothing soundtrack to the experience. But the true magic of this greenhouse lies in its sustainability practices; the greenhouse relies on geothermal energy to power its systems, making it an environmentally-friendly oasis in the heart of the Icelandic wilderness. As you wander through the rows of plants, it's easy to forget that you're in the middle of a desolate landscape - for a brief moment, it feels like anything is possible in this vibrant, thriving ecosystem.The group will enjoy a tomato soup lunch with fresh baked bread of which Friðheimar is famous for. The next stop of the day will be at the Secret Lagoon or the Old Swimming Pool as it is know in Icelandic, a hidden oasis surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. The lagoon, with its bubbling hot springs, offers a unique and tranquil escape into nature's beauty. The Secret Lagoon is located in Fluðir at the entrance to the city. In 1891, locals built this large pool using the geothermal properties of the Fluðir region, making it the oldest natural pool in the whole country and a favourite destination for spa lovers with water between 100 and 104 °.

Tonight we return to our farmhouse where we'll enjoy another wonderful meal, courtesy of the farm.

Bruarfoss walk, 2.5 miles in and 2.5 miles out for a total of 5 miles, little to no elevation gain, partial gravel, partial dirt path, some rocky areas, 2 streams to cross, can be muddy.

Day 4 - Fontana-Hverageroi-Kero Crater-Gulfoss

Iceland is a land of geothermal wonders, with its unique location on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge making it one of the most volcanically active regions in the world. These natural geothermal features have been harnessed for a variety of purposes, including providing the heat necessary to support many industries. Today we'll get the "Go Get Lost" take on a geothermal discovery that includes a hike through diverse landscapes, including lava fields, moss-covered hills, and a geothermal area with bubbling mud pots and steam vents. We'll have breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys of this very active geothermal area of the Hengill Mountain.

Following our walk, it will be time for lunch where we'll visit a local Icelandic brewery that uses the geothermal features of the area to brew it's unique beers and makes some amazing wood-fired pizzas!

Next on this unforgettable day in Iceland is the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall. Prepare to be amazed as we approach one of the country's most iconic natural wonders. As we walk closer to the falls, you'll feel the power of the water as it crashes down into the canyon below. Don't forget to snap some photos of the
breathtaking scenery and keep an eye out for rainbows dancing in the mist. Today we also make a stop at Kerið Crater: Kerið, a volcanic crater lake located in the Grímsnes area in south Iceland, is one of the most visually stunning geological wonders in the country. This vibrant blue gem, which is part of the Western Volcanic Zone that includes the Reykjanes peninsula and the Langjökull Glacier, is a mere 6,500 years old – making it one of the three most recognizable volcanic craters in Iceland. Tonight we return to our quaint farmhouse for our final night in this peaceful location. Tomorrow we make our way for Reykjavik.

Day 5 - Stong and Gjain

Today we'll continue our adventure at the old Viking settlement of Stong, believed to have been buried under volcanic ash in 1104 following the eruption of the volcano Hekla. Our hike today will explore a breathtakingly beautiful place hidden away in the Þjórsárdalur valley upcountry in South-Iceland. Gjáin is a tiny valley that might be one of the most magically places you'll ever visit. This oasis is like potpourri to your visual senses, with tranquil water features and lush greens contrasting the rugged volcanic structures throughout. (The landscape is so unique that an episode of Game of Thrones was filmed here.) Our path winds across the surreal landscape providing stunning views of the countryside. Your tour leaders will take you along an ancient river to an incredibly beautiful and remote area in search of rare dual waterfalls. Once we arrive, you will quickly understand why the Vikings settled here. The highlight of today's walk is also one of the most picturesque spots and arguably the most mesmerizing of any place we've beebeen.

On the way back to Reykjavík a stop will be made at Hellisheidi Power Plant, a marvel of sustainable energy nestled in the captivating Icelandic landscape. As you journey towards the plant, the surreal sight of steam rising from the Earth sets the stage for an immersive experience. Our visit to Hellisheidi Power Plant promises not only an educational exploration of renewable energy but also a profound appreciation for Iceland's commitment to sustainability.

After this incredible day, we'll make our way back to Reykjavik, our home for our final three nights..

Double Waterfall walk, 1 mile, very little elevation gain, dirt path changes to stone laid path to dual waterfall into small lake, nice ice cold swim possible. Gjain Valley walk, 2 miles total, 150-200 elevation gain depending on available route.

Day 6 - Hvammsvik-Bjarteyjarsandur

Hvammsvik Hot Springs is a unique destination and experience where you can enjoy eight different hot springs that vary in sizes and temperatures as they linger along the shoreline and some even disappear into the ocean during high tide. Hvammsvik is located only 45 minutes from Reykjavik center in Whalefjord where you will be surrounded by black beaches, majestic mountains and unfiltered Icelandic nature and wild life. We have brand new changing facilities, steam room and a small bistro that offers drinks directly into the hot springs. Hvammsvik Hot Springs was named the number one destination to visit in 2023.

After Hvammsvík Hot Springs the group will head straight to the Bjarteyjarsandur Farm for an introduction to typical farm like in Iceland. The Bjarteyjarsandur farm is owned and operated by three
different families, all specializing in their different fields; i.e. farming, tourism, education, food processing, and machine work. The farm is situated in a beautiful by the fjord with a lovely seashore. The same family has lived in Bjarteyjarsandur since 1887.

Day 7 - Go Get Lost Day

You'll have the day free to explore the area on your own. Reykjavik, Iceland's capital city, is a charming and unique destination that blends modern amenities with traditional Icelandic culture. The city is characterized by its colorful buildings, quirky street art, and picturesque harbor, which is home to a fleet of fishing boats and luxury yachts alike. In Reykjavik, you'll find a vibrant art and music scene, with numerous galleries, museums, and performance venues showcasing the best of Icelandic creativity. Visitors can also indulge in the country's famous geothermal pools, where they can relax in the naturally heated waters and take in the stunning surroundings. With an abundance of excellent restaurants, cafes, and bars serving up delicious Icelandic cuisine, as well as easy access to the country's breathtaking natural wonders, Reykjavik is the perfect place to "Get Lost".

Tonight is our farewell dinner, and your guide will take you to one of their favorites!

Day 8 - Faravel

Your Go Get Lost Iceland Explorer adventure will end at the hotel after breakfast this morning. Your guide can help you arrange transportation to the airport.


Due to availability at the time of booking, hotels listed may change to similar hotels

Reykjavik - 4 Fosshotel Reykjavik Iceland’s largest hotel stands prominently in Reykjavík’s city center, only a short walk from the main shopping area. Its convenient location makes it an excellent base for the perfect Reykjavik city holiday. Here, from the heart of the city, you can easily explore Reykjavík's magnificent architecture, captivating history, vibrant markets and rich culture – the ideal starting point for experiencing the best of everything the city has to offer. Pleasant views of the city and sea in this stylish 16-floor hotel located near Höfði House and the main shopping area. This allows excellent access to the fantastic shopping available in Reykjavik while also being close to Reykjavik harbour for dramatic views across the waterfront. But, of course, location is not all that you should look for in a Reykjavik hotel. With 16 floors, many of our rooms offer magnificent views of the city and the bay area. Along Laugavegur and the surrounding streets, there is a wide range of cuisines and price options for dining out throughout the day. The nightlife of central Reykjavik is within easy reach. Alternatively, unwind at the Beer Garden with local Icelandic draught beer and enjoy select dining at Fosshotel Reykjavík's restaurant, Haust.

Bláskógabyggð – Farmhotel Efstidalur IIThe Farmhotel Efstidalur II is a true Icelandic experience, right in the middle of the Golden Circle. This family run farmhouse offers rooms with great views over the valley and is surrounded by many of the natural wonders of Southwest Iceland.

What´s Included

  • 4 Nights dbl occupancy at a 4 star hotel in Reykjavik
  • 3 nights in country farmhouse hotel
  • 7 Breakfasts
  • 4 Lunches
  • 5 Dinners
  • ATV Adventure Tour
  • Entrance into Blue Lagoon
  • Entrance into Hvammsvik
  • All hikes, walks, and visits as per itinerary
  • Private coach and guides as per itinerary
  • All gratuities for meals, local guides, coach drivers, etc. (Does NOT include gratuity for Go Get Lost Tour Leader.)
  • Completely escorted by a Go Get Lost Tour Leader with local guides at specified sites throughout the itinerary
  • A lifetime of unforgettable memories!

What´s not Included

  • Meals not specified in itinerary
  • Soft drinks or alcoholic beverages at meals
  • Trip Cancellation/Interruption and Medical Insurance (strongly recommended), call for details
  • Single supplement charge
  • Items of a personal nature; phone calls, laundry, etc.
  • Arrival and departure transfers
  • Airfare package
  • Gratuity for primary local tour leader
  • Any costs associated with Go Get Lost day or other options

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