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Reykjavík • Stykkisholmur • Isafjördur • Siglufjörður • Grimsey • Akureyri • Husavik • Seydisfjördur • Djupivogur • Westman Islands
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In a Vantage Adventures small group, we have greater access to people and places, which means you’ll enjoy more intimate glimpses and a more rewarding journey. Here are some Vantage Adventures highlights hand-picked by our adventure specialists, each one based on their intimate knowledge of their destinations.
Embark on an excursion on the magnificent Snaefellsjökull Glacier, which sits atop a 700,000-year-old dormant volcano featured in the Jules Verne novel Journey to the Center of the Earth.
Witness two of Iceland's most spectacular waterfalls, Thingeyri & Dynjandi, both located in the Westfjords region
Set out on an amazing journey through an area of extreme contrasts as we tour the Lake Myvatn region, including the incredible Godafoss Waterfall
Set sail aboard a specially equipped boat to marvel at the picturesque scenery of the Glacier Lagoon of Jokulsarlon
Discover Heimaey Island’s unique landscape, half-buried dwellings following the disastrous 1973 eruption, and the Eldheimar volcano museum of remembrance during a guided tour
Embark on a whale-watching expedition during your time in Húsavík, a town often referred to as the “whale-watching capital” of Iceland
Explore East Iceland’s geological riches and WWII history during visits to Petra’s Stone & Mineral Collection and the nearby Icelandic Wartime Museum
Experience the historic and cultural gems of energetic Reykjavik during a city tour
Take a refreshing dip in this popular geothermal bath near Reykjavik
Explore the wonders of the Golden Circle, including stops at the Gullfoss Waterfall and the hot springs of the Geysir Geothermal Field
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Stykkisholmur – As we explore the diverse landscapes of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, we’ll take time to examine the Snaefellsjökull Glacier, which sits atop a 700,000-year-old dormant volcano that was featured in the Jules Verne novel Journey to the Center of the Earth. Your guide will take you up to 4,600 feet on a Snowcat excursion on this magnificent glacier; if the day is clear, you’ll enjoy fantastic views of the quaint village of Hellissandur and bird-rich Breidafjördur Bay.
Siglufjörður – Take time to wander the displays of the Herring Era Museum. Located on the town’s vibrant harborfront, the Herring Era Museum’s multiple exhibits illustrate the fascinating history of this important industry.