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ICELAND

Fires and Glaciers of Iceland

  • Agent Commission Per Person

    $350

  • Travel Dates

    October 27 – November 04, 2020

  • Package Price

    $4688 / PAX

    Child / No Bed (3yrs - 8yrs old): Less $400

    Single Supplement: Additional $950

  • Location

    Iceland

  • Flight Details

    QR 933 27OCT *MNLDOH 1815 2315 27OCT
    QR 161 28OCT *DOHCPH 0135 0620 28OCT

    SK 595 28OCT CPHKEF 0815 1040 28OCT
    SK 596 04NOV KEFCPH 1120 1525 04NOV

    QR 164 04NOV *CPHDOH 2140 0550 05NOV
    QR 928 05NOV *DOHMNL 0805 2140 05NOV

INCLUSIONS
  • Roundtrip International Flights
  • 4 star Hotel accommodation
  • Full board meals BLD as specified
  • Full Jam-packed tours
  • English speaking Tour guide
  • Filipino Tour Leader
  • All Taxes

EXCLUSIONS
  • Schengen Visa (P8000)
  • Tipping; US$ 10 /person/day (collect manila)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Bottled water

HOTELS
  • Grand Hotel Reykjavik or similar
  • Icelandair Hotel Akureyri or similar
  • Foss Hotel Myvatn or similar
  • Hotel Blafell or similar
  • Hotel Katla or similar

ITINERARY

DAY 1 - Arrival via the Blue lagoon
Guests are met at Keflavík airport by their guide. The Blue Lagoon is on the Reykjanes Peninsula, not too far from the Keflavík Airport. It is a unique experience; a lagoon with pleasantly warm mineral-rich geothermal water in a middle of a black lava field. The high natural levels of silica and minerals give the Lagoon its rich blue colour. The facilities include modern changing rooms and showers, an indoor geothermal pool, sauna, steam bath, masseuses, restaurants and other services. A visit to the Blue Lagoon is invigorating whether one bathes there surrounded by snow in the middle of the winter or in the long summer daylight.
Lunch will be served at local restaurant.
We drive to Reykjavik, check in the hotel. Free for rest until dinner.
Evening dinner transfer by private coach only, dinner at local restaurant (Viking village with Viking dinner menu).
Overnight at hotel in Reykjavik, Grand Hotel Reykjavik or similar.

DAY 2 - Reykjavík – Borgarfjörður - Akureyri
Departure from Reykjavik to the spectacular waterfalls Hraunfossar and Barnafoss. We drive through the fertile Borgarfjörður region and visit Reykholt, home of the eminent 13th century scholar, politician and writer of sagas, Snorri Sturluson. Last stop of the day at Deildartunguhver, Europe’s most powerful hot spring. Onwards to Akureyri, the capital of the North. Brief sightseeing tour of the town before checking in at our accommodation.
Lunch will be served at local restaurant.
Dinner and overnight stay in Akureyri. Icelandair hotels Akureyri or similar.

DAY 3 - Akureyri – Mývatn
In the morning we head along the shores of Eyjafjörður fjord to the impressive Goðafoss waterfall. Onwards to Lake Mývatn a paradise for birdwatchers, geologists and other nature enthusiasts. The day’s discoveries include the pseudo-craters at Skútustaðir, the curious lava formations at Dimmuborgir, the ringwall crater of Hverfjall, the central volcano Krafla, scene of a series of volcanic eruptions in the 1970’s and 80’s and the geothermal field at Námaskarð with its bubbling mud pools and multicoloured solfataras. In the end of the day you will enjoy dipping into the warm hot spring at Myvatn nature bath.
Lunch will be served at local restaurant en route.
Dinner and overnight stay in Myvatn area, such as Fosshotel Myvatn or similar.

DAY 4 - Mývatn – Dettifoss – Egilsstaðir - Breiðdalsvík
Departure for Dettifoss, Europe’s mightiest waterfall, before we continue eastward over the barren and now unpopulated plateau of Jökuldalsheiði into the fertile Fljótsdalur district. Continue our drive along the rugged and varied coastline of the East Fjords, some now deserted and each a world of its own.
Lunch will be served at local restaurant en route.
Dinner and overnight stay in Breiðdalsvík area or surrondings, such as Hotel Bláfell or similar.

DAY 5 - Breiðdalsvík – Jökulsárlón and Skaftafell – Vík
We have the magnificent Vatnajökull glacier the largest in Europe as backdrop today as we explore the wonders of the Southeast. We pass several outlet glaciers on our way to Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon where huge icebergs float and grind together in the still, deep waters of the lagoon. (Boat tour quoted separately). We continue to Skaftafell national park, a beautiful green oasis beneath towering Öræfajökull, the highest peak in Iceland. Proceed across Skeiðarársandur with its vast stretches of black sand formed by mighty glacial rivers. We stop for a visit to the church at Núpsstaður, the oldest turf church in the country, before arriving in Kirkjubæjarklaustur, former site of a 12th century catholic convent. Across the enormous Eldhraun lava field and the black desert sands of Mýrdalssandur before we arrive in Vík, the southernmost village of Iceland.
Lunch will be served at local restaurant en route.
Dinner and overnight stay in Vík area or surroundings, such as Hotel Katla by KEA Hotels.

DAY 6 - Vík – Golden circle - Reykjavík
Morning departure for the breathtaking black beach at Reynishverfi or the promontory Dyrhólaey, a nature reserve and home to thousands of seabirds (closed during the nesting period until June 25th). We stop at the waterfall Skógafoss with Mýrdalsjökull glacier towering above and Seljalandsfoss before continuing to Selfoss area. We head to the famous Gullfoss "Golden waterfall" which is considered by many the greatest of Icelandic waterfalls. Close by we discover the hot spring area of Geysir, we view Strokkur spouting a column of water up to 30 meters every few minutes as well as many other bubbling and boiling springs. We visit Þingvellir, a remarkable geological site and a historic site as well. Þingvellir is the site of the world's oldest democratic parliament founded in 930 and the beautiful canyon running through the park is actually the dividing faultline between two of the earth’s tectonic plates.
Lunch will be served at local restaurant en route.
Transfer to Reykjavík, dinner and overnight at hotel, such as Grand Hotel Reykjavík or similar.

DAY 7 - Reykjavík city tour in AM - Free for leisure in PM - Evening private Northern lights hunt
Reykjavík is the world's most northerly capital, with more than one third of Iceland's population. Today Reykjavík is a modern city with a variety of restaurants, museums, galleries and theaters. On our tour we cover the city from one end to the other. We will see the old town centre, the Parliament, the Cathedral, the harbour, the National Museum (outside only), Hallgrímskirkja charch and Höfði house, the summit site of 1986.
Lunch will be served at local restaurant en route.
After lunch, the tour ends at your hotel. Free for leisure in the afternoon until dinner time. Dinner will be arranged at the hotel.
Evening private northern lights hunt by coach only will be arranged.
Overnight stay in Reykjavík.

DAY 8 - Departure
Transfer to Keflavík airport for the return flight by private coach with guide.


OTHER INFORMATION

Booking Procedure

  1. Check Availability ( call 6360739 / 5091499 / 7592009 / 09178792200 / 09178762200 )
  2. Send Passport Copy at europe2@juanworld.ph
  3. Down Payment (5 working days) upon received of Confirmation Invoice otherwise slot
    maybe released.
  4. Non-refundable $1000 per person to reserve, if visa is denied $500 is refundable but should request 45 days before the departure date.
  5. Full Payment 30 days before the Departure Date otherwise slot maybe released and
    deposit will be forfeited.
  6. Single Supplement $950
  7. For the pax who cannot pass the immigration process in any Int'l airport, the tour cost is
    non-refundable.

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