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We offer a range of Iceland tour packages departing in the winter and the summer. So whether you dream of chasing the famous Aurora Borealis across the night sky, whale-watching off the coast or admiring picturesque Godafoss waterfall swelled with summer snow melt, one of these Iceland trips is sure to be the one for you! Here are some of our best Iceland deals currently available. Don't delay, places are limited and these offers expire soon!

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Explore Iceland with On The Go Tours

A land shaped by the power of nature. Our Iceland trips will take your breath away. Book your Iceland package today!

Iceland tops bucket lists. It's not hard to see why. Thundering waterfalls, rumbling volcanoes, lively geysers, and inviting hot springs. It's like nowhere else on Earth. And it's worlds away from home...

Known as the Land of Fire and Ice, Iceland is a country of contrasts and natural wonder. To the north is the famed Golden Circle, made up of the country's three main attractions: Gulfoss, 'the Golden Falls', Geysir Hot Spring Area, and UNESCO-listed Thingvellir National Park - a wonderland of geothermal and hydro activity. To the south lies quiet fishing villages, black lava beaches, glaciers, and the volcano Eyjafjallajokull.

Whether you're looking to visit Iceland for a long weekend or a week-long escape, we've got a great selection of group tours to choose from. Go in search of the Northern Lights, explore the snow-covered wilderness and discover glacier fields on one of our winter trips or consider visiting Iceland during the summer months for rainbow-speckled waterfalls, whale-watching, and long, sunny days.

You'll be in the safe hands of our expert, English-speaking guides. They know Iceland like nobody else. And they'll show you the best there is to see on our tours. From the main attractions to the best hidden gems.

Short Iceland tours for a long weekend break

These short Iceland tours are perfect for a stopover in Iceland or a long weekend break from Europe, taking in the best of the country in no more than 5 days!

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In-depth long Iceland tours

For a more encompassing Iceland tour, you need to head to the country's lesser-visited north, or out to the remote Westfjords. These Iceland tours are longer, taking you to the more remote areas of the country, such as Akureyri, Dalvik, and Lake Myvatn.

Frequently asked questions

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If you're travelling on our tours between September and March then it's likely you will catch a glimpse of these celestial light displays.

We offer a number of tours specially designed around this bucket list wish, spending a night or more in a remote location away from city lights to increase our chances of seeing them.

Seeing the phenomenon also known as the Aurora Borealis is not something we can ever guarantee on our tours due to local weather conditions but there's a good chance you will see them over the course of your winter tour. You can find out more with our helpful guide.

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Iceland day tours

If you're already in Iceland and looking to book some excursions, then these day tours are a great option! They can also be booked in conjunction with any of our group tours, for you to enjoy before or after your adventure with us. Whether it's searching for the Northern Lights in a SUV super jeep, exploring a frozen ice cave or taking in the waterfalls and glaciers of the Golden Circle, there's sure to be an exciting day trip for you! Please note that no accommodation is included on these single day packages.

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Iceland in summer vs winter

Whale watching in Iceland

More so than many destinations, Iceland varies dramatically across the seasons. There are great reasons to visit in both summer (May - August) and winter (September - April), but when should you plan your trip for? Iceland is a stunning destination all year round, but there are certain pros and cons to visiting in each season. Find out more below.

Iceland in summer - Pros

There are several pros to visiting Iceland in summer. First, the temperature averages 10 - 15 degrees Celsius, which is more pleasant than winter temperatures. April - September is also whale watching season, a popular time for many travelers to Iceland. And you can enjoy long days of sunlight and stunning sunsets that you don't get in the short days of winter. Finally, swelled with snowmelt, Iceland's famous waterfalls look better than ever.

Frozen Skogafoss waterfall

Iceland in summer - Cons

The big downside of Iceland in summer is that there are no Northern Lights - Iceland's most unforgettable attraction cannot be seen in summer. June - August are also when the largest crowds come to Iceland, so prices go up and attractions are busier.

Iceland in winter - Pros

Conversely, the winter brings the Northern Lights - enough said. This period also allows travelers to explore inside natural ice caves; these melt and re-form every winter. And the colder temperatures result in the country's low season - this means lower prices and smaller crowds are visiting in winter.

Couple in the Sky Lagoon
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Iceland in winter - Cons

The clue is in the name, Iceland gets icy, and in the coldest months temperatures rarely climb above a few degrees Celsius. This cold weather is accompanied with shorter days - in the middle of winter, you're looking at no more than 4 - 5 hours of daylight, so sightseeing is tightly packed!

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