Multi-day Iceland and Ireland

From $3030

Tour duration

13 days


All year

Minimum age

2 years




Included in package

– Airport transfer
– Hotel accommodation and breakfast.
– Entrance for all sights and activities
– Local tour guide in all excursions
– Daily tours
– Flights from Iceland to Ireland
– All taxes


Not included in package

– Personal expenses
– Lunch and dinner (we can include lunch and dinner)
– On-site services that are not included in the itinerary
– Flights to India
– Visa

About the tour

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Places of interest

Reykjavík, Golden Circle, Thingvellir National Park, Geysir Hot springs, Gullfoss and Oxararfoss waterfall, Fridheimar greenhouse, Secret Lagoon, Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, Solheimajokull glacier, The black sand beach of Reinisfjara, Fjardargljufur, Dyrhólaey, Vik village, Jokulsarlon, Diamond Beach, Fjallsarlon glacier lagoon, Skaftafell National Park, Vatnajokull, Hofn, Djupivogur, Egilsstadir, Skriduklaustur, Myvatn Lake, Dettifoss watefall, Námaskarð, Godafoss, Dimmuborgir, Krafla, Viti, Litlanesfoss, Jardbod SPA, Akureyri, Stykkisholmur, Breiðafjordur, Hraunfossar and Barnafossar waterfalls, Borgarnes village, Into the Glacier ice tunnel (summer), vatnajokull Ice caves (winter), Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Snaefellsjokull, Gerduberg basalt columns, Djupalonssandur, Lonsdrangar, Hellnar, Arnarstapi, Kirkjufell mountain, Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, Vatnshellir lava cave. Blue lagoon. Northern lights during winter, between August 25 and April 24.

Day 1

Arrival, airport pickup and Reykjavik Sightseeing. Thingvellir is characterised by tectonic rift valley and marks the rifting of the Eurasian and North American plates from each other. In 930 the Icelandic Parliament, the first democracy in the world, was established at Thingvellir. Thingvellir became World Heritage Site in 2004. Strokkur and the Geyser area will be visited. Near Geysir is the beautiful Gullfoss Waterfall. Enjoy the view from above and walk down the path to gt close to the powerful waterfall. Secret Lagoon is a nature geothermal bath, where you bath in raw nature and relax at the end of the day. We spend the night near Hella.

Day 2

Seljalandsfoss is 60 m high and it is possible to walk behind it, and get a unique view from behind. Skógafoss is on of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. Eyjafjallajökull is now famous for it´s 2010 volcanic eruption that disrupted air traffic in Europe. From Dyrholaey is a breathtaking view over the black sand beaches. Reynisfjara black beach was, in 1991, ranked as one of the ten most beautiful non-tropical beaches in the world. Sólheimajökull is an outlet glacier, flowing out of the ice cap Mýrdalsjökull. We spend the night near Kirkjubaejarklaustur.

Day 3

This day will be spend in the National Park of Vatnajökull, with Skaftafell and its famous glacier lagoon, Jökulsárlón and Fjallsárlón. Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon is a beautiful lagoon in front of a calving glacier. We will enjoy amazing view of floating icebergs in a lagoon and walk between them at the black beach, which is sometime referred to The Diamond Beach. A boat trip on the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. We will enjoy the natural wonders of Skaftafell National Park. A trip into Vatnajokull Ice caves (March). We spend the night near Hofn.

Day 4

Djupivogur, picturesque fishing village, is known for its art and beautiful views. On the way to Egilsstaðir, we will visit a waterfall, Litlanesfoss, with a view from the top. After a stop in Seyðisfjörður and Egilsstaðir, we head to Mývatn lake, surrounded by an amazing landscape. The day ends in the relaxing Jarðböð Spa. We spend the night near Mývatn.

Day 5

This day will be spent visiting the beautiful nature around Mývatn lake. Dimmuborgir is beautiful lava tubes and formations. Námaskarð often referred to Hverarönd is an active and ever-changing field of thermal springs, mud pots and boiling mud. The geothermal activity brings to the surface bubbling mud pools and steaming ground and colourful fumaroles and solfataras. The beautiful colours are due to sulphur and white and yellowish-brown sulphates are deposited. Few kilometres to the north of Námaskarð, is Krafla, the central volcano. We spend the night in Akureyri town.

Day 6

We embark on a whale watching tour in Eyjafjordur fjord where you might spot the great humpback whale and white-beaked dolphins, minke whales, The whale watching takes place in the picturesque landscape of Eyjafjordur surrounded by majestic mountains of Trollaskagi and just short off the Arctic Circle. We then drive towards Borgarfjordur where we spend the night.

Day 7

Hraunfossar and Barnafossar waterfalls are located in the less visited Western part of Iceland, Borgarfjörður. Hraunfossar are one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, where series of waterfalls stream out of the porous lava into the Hvítá river. The streaming water stretches over a distance of around 900 meters, out of Hallmundarhraun lava field. Nearby is Barnafossar waterfall. A journey into the glacier (April), a man made ice tunnel in Langjokull, the second largest glacier in iceland. A relaxing end of the trip in the beautiful Blue lagoon. We spend the night in Reykjavik. Departure and airport transfer.

Day 8

Flight to Ireland


A glacier walk can be added to the trip, snowmobiling, snorkelling in Silfra, horse riding, helicopter ride, or ATV tour for more adventurous families. Blue lagoon ticket upgrade to PREMIUM (+30 USD), or the private Retreat Spa (+590 USD for 2 people).


Places of interest

Dublin, Trinity College, St Patricks Cathedral, National Museum of Archaeological & History, National Gallery of Ireland, Kilmainham Jail and Guinness Storehouse, Cliffs of Moher, Doolin, The Burren Centre & Perfumery, Poulnabrone Portal Dolmen Tomb, Quiet Man Museum, Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, Killary Fjord & Leenane, Galway City of Tribes.

Day 9

Arrival, airport pickup and perhaps an orientation tour of Dublin. Tour of Dublin City including Trinity College, St Patricks Cathedral, National Museum of Archaeological & History, National Gallery of Ireland, Kilmainham Jail and Guinness Storehouse. Tour of Trinity College which is widely considered to be the most prestigious University in Ireland and amongst the most elite in Europe. It houses The Library and the Book of Kells. The Book of Kells is the centrepiece of an exhibition which attracts over 500,000 visitors to Trinity College in Dublin City each year. It is Ireland’s greatest cultural treasure and the world’s most famous medieval manuscript. Written around the year 800 AD, the Book of Kells contains a richly decorated copy of the four gospels in a Latin text. Tour of the National Museum of Ireland-Natural History has galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, as well as geological exhibits from a total collection of about two million scientific specimens. A tour of the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, which first opened its doors in 1890 and since then it has been filling in the blanks for us through its extensive archaeological collections. Take a look through prehistoric Ireland and experience life at the same time of the Vikings in Viking Age Ireland. We will visit Saint Patrick’s Cathedral which has been part of Ireland’s history for over 800 years and today is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Dublin. We will visit the National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin boasts some 2,500 paintings and approximately 10,000 other works in different media including water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture. A short of the Guinness Storehouse located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery, which has been home to the world famous stout since 1759. Ireland’s number one International Visitor Attraction, the Guinness Storehouse is the Home of Guinness, where you will discover what goes into the making of each and every pint, and learn about the incredible brand history stretching over 250 years. We spend the night in Dublin.

Day 10

Today we will visit Cliffs of Moher, traditional music town of Doolin, The Burren Centre & Perfumery and Poulnabrone Portal Dolmen Tomb. We will travel to Ireland’s most visited natural attraction, the Cliffs of Moher. They stretch for 8km (5miles), as the crow flies, along the Atlantic coast of County Clare in the west of Ireland and reach 214m (702feet) at their highest point at Knockardakin just north of O’Brien’s Tower. We then travel onwards to Doolin Village which is one of many traditional Irish musical pubs. Sample the great atmosphere in this village that is steeped in the history of traditional Irish music. Discover the unique magic of this ‘Bhoireann’ or ‘stony place’ region in the Burren Centre. This visitor centre lies at the heart of the historic village of Kilfenora. It boasts a fantastic exhibition, an audio-visual theatre, local crafts shop and tea room. The audiovisual film, narrated by famous environmentalist Eamon de Buitlear, traces the formation of the Burren 320 million years ago and explains why Alpine, Arctic and Mediterranean plants grow side by side in this unique limestone world. We will then visit the famous Poulnabrone Portel Dolmen Tomb. We will travel through the rugged Burren landscape to your final destination today of Galway. We spend the night in Galway.

Day 11

Today we will visit Quiet Man Museum, Kylemore Abbey, Connemara National Park, Killary Fjord & Leenane. In 1951 John Ford’s greatest movie ‘The Quiet Man’ starring John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara and Barry Fitzgerald was made in the west of Ireland. Much of the film centred around the village of Cong on the Mayo- Galway border.We then travel to Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden in majestic Connemara which is the ideal destination for a day out and will rank as an unforgettable memory. The dramatic landscape and iconic image of a gothic castle reflected in a Connemara lake has made Kylemore Abbey world- famous and it is now the largest tourist attraction in the west of Ireland. Connemara National Park covers some 2,957 hectares of scenic mountains, expanses of bogs, heaths, grasslands and woodlands. Some of the Park’s mountains, namely Benbaun, Bencullagh, Benbrack and Muckanaght, are part of the famous Twelve Bens or Beanna Beola range. A number of walking trails beginning at the Visitor Centre offer walkers a variety of scenic routes and nature trails through the park. We then travel onwards to tour the glacial fjord of Killary which acts as a natural border between the two bastions of traditional Ireland County Galway and Mayo. It is one of three glacial fjords that exist in Ireland, the others being Lough Swilly and Carlingford Lough. The area contains some of Ireland’s most awe-inspiring and dramatic scenery. The picturesque village of Leenane (Leenaun on Irish signposts) sits at the mouth of Killary Harbour, almost dwarfed by the Connemara Mountains surrounding it. We spend the night in Galway.

Day 12

Today we tour Galway City of Tribes (Shop Street, Quay Street and the Spanish Arch). We will visit Galway City of Tribes for a Tour of the City. Strolling Shop Street and Quay Street is part of the Galway experience. Entertaining talented buskers and mimics, shops of all types, restaurants, cafes, pubs and people-watching galore. The Spanish Arch was built in 1584, and is located on the banks of the River Corrib, and on the site more commonly known as Ceann na Bhalla (The Head of the Wall). It was originally an extension of the famous city walls, designed to protect the quays. In the past, it was known as The Blind Arch. Situated behind the famous Spanish Arch, Galway City Museum houses exhibitions which explore aspects of the history and heritage of Galway City. We will travel to one of the most famous monastic sites in Ireland, Clonmacnoise located along the River Shannon near the village of Shannonbridge, Co Offaly. Then we travel to the Kilbeggan Distillery in County Westmeath, which is the oldest distillery in the world, dating back to 1757. A trip to this well-known County Westmeath attraction will enable you to discover the history of authentic artisan Irish whiskey, as well as sample it for yourself. Start your guided tour back in 1757 and find out how Irish whiskey was made in decades past. The Kilbeggan Whiskey Bar is worth a visit to browse the complete range of whiskeys. We then travel to Dublin, where we spend the night.

Day 13

Transfer from hotel to airport. Flight to India.


3 star hotel or less

Small group, 1 – 4 people = $16.100 per group (+ $1.500 for each person in the group, for flight tickets etc)

Children: 2-11 years = 50% discount (min 4 adults)

Group size

Single room

Double room

Triple room

5 – 12 pax




13 – 26 pax




 26 + pax




3 – 4-star hotel – High End

Small group, 1 – 4 people = $19.990 per group (+ $2.190 for each person in the group, for flight tickets etc)

Retreat Spa at the Blue lagoon, $645 for 2 people

Children: 2-11 years = 50% discount (min 4 adults)

Group size

Single room

Double room

Triple room

5 – 12 pax




13 – 26 pax




 26 + pax




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