Prepare yourself for a great Reykjavik break! The setting of Viking sagas and more recently home to many of the locations in the modern fantasy saga Game of Thrones, Iceland has long held an Arctic allure for the more adventurous traveller. Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is not only fascinating to visit as a city destination but also a great gateway to explore the epic landscapes of this enigmatic Nordic nation. Embrace yourself for a great Reykjavik break!

Reykjavik Break Including Flights And A Choice Of Exciting Tours

This incredible deal combines flights, hotel and an amazing optional country tour in Reykjavik, Iceland.

From trusted deal provider Wowcher this two – four day package to Reykjavik allows you to explore both the city and the spectacular landscapes that Iceland can offer. Wowcher operates a voucher system for their bookings – in this case you’ll need two vouchers as the offer is for two people.
The cheapest option is for 2 nights without tour for only £129 per person. Vouchers including one of the tours start from £150 per person.

159235-travel

Flights are available from Gatwick, Luton, Manchester and Edinburgh flying straight to Reykjavik, just a stone’s throw away from the city centre and your hotel.

There are two hotels to choose from included in this deal, dependant on dates chosen. The Arctic Comfort Hotel is a great budget option for those wanting to explore Iceland, and offers a perfect base to really indulge your wanderlust. Although this hotel only scores 3.5/5 on TripAdvisor, the most recent reviews have been positive and it means that your trip won’t have to break the bank. The Hotel Island is a beautiful hotel within walking distance to the city centre – perfect for sightseeing! This hotel is rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor.

158329-travel

Also available in the deal is the option to take the Northern Lights Tour – make sure you book in late Autumn or Winter to avoid disappointment as the lights aren’t visible before September. The Blue Lagoon is also probably one of the most desirable places to be in Iceland. Surrounded by lava-fields and snow-capped mountains you will be able to experience a spa you won’t find anywhere else. It is a geothermal spa facility outside the city. Nature lovers will be enchanted with the Whale Watching Tour.

The prices for these tours range from £21 – £49 per person. Although whichever tour you choose will offer a fantastic overview of Iceland, they are by no means exhaustive – the city of Reykjavik itself has a wealth of fascinating museums and Nordic folklore to immerse yourself in, and no trip to Iceland would be complete without a dip in the hot geothermal springs nestled in this amazing volcanic land.

158331-travel

Book your Iceland adventure now!
Iceland Trip Reschedule_screenshot


Guru Tips grey

How to book this deal:
I’m a blogger who loves to find these deals on the Internet and to share them on my blog. :)
I’m not a travel agent and I’m not working in a travel agency. I do not handle any payments and I do not offer any of the deals. You book all of these deals that I find with the provider who is offering the deal. You just need to follow the link in my post to Wowcher and there just follow the instructions. :) Feel free to amend any details on the provider’s page to suit it up to your needs.

 

Attractions
If you would like to add some activities to your holiday, check out Expedia’s Things to do. Attractiontix is your friend, if you would like to book tickets  for a certain theme park or events or if you want to make a tour.
And last but not least, don’t miss out and check TripAdvisor for more inspiration and great things to do during your holiday.


 

stay tuned Sign up for my Newsletter and find every week the best deals of the week, directly in your inbox. All deals that I find are also available through my app. My app is available on the App Store and on Google play. You find me also on Facebook, Twitter and on Instagram :)

appstoreBadge

guru_only

Please note that I'm just a blogger who loves to find holiday deals on the Internet and share them on my blog. The deals published on my website are not provided directly by me, but by external travel agencies and providers. Deals must be booked on their websites using the screenshots provided as a guide.
Search

I'll help you find the best holidays.

Newsletter

Never want to miss a deal? Then subscribe to my newsletter!