The Silver Circle with Highland Adventure tour

The Silver Circle with Highland Adventure tour

from 232.960 ISK

The price is per vehicle.

Season

All year

Pick up time

08:30

Duration

9 hours

Tour ID

ATP-05

Difficulty

Easy

Type

Private Tour

Season

May - Oct

Pick up time

10:00

Duration

About 2 Hours

Tour ID

AT - 07

Difficulty

Moderate

Type

Group

Included

Included

English Speaking Driver Guide

Private guided Super Jeep sightseeing tour

Not Included

Not Included

Refreshments

What to Bring

What to Bring

Warm clothes

Gloves & Hat

Waterproof coat and footwear

Tour Details

Tour Details

An unforgettable expedition through the heart of Iceland's iconic Silver Circle, where history meets breathtaking landscapes. Join us on the Silver Circle Expedition with Highland Adventure Tour as we delve into the rich cultural heritage of this enigmatic region, weaving through historic sites and natural wonders.

An unforgettable expedition through the heart of Iceland's iconic Silver Circle, where history meets breathtaking landscapes. Join us on the Silver Circle Expedition with Highland Adventure Tour as we delve into the rich cultural heritage of this enigmatic region, weaving through historic sites and natural wonders.

Highland Adventure

As we embark on our expedition, we chart a course past the historic site of Þingvellir, where the world's oldest parliament once convened, immersing ourselves in the rich tapestry of Icelandic history. Continuing on our scenic route, we traverse the breathtaking landscapes of Kaldidalur, a highland road that winds its way through some of Iceland's most dramatic terrain. Along the way, we pass by Sandkluftavatn, a picturesque lake nestled amidst the rugged beauty of the Icelandic wilderness. Pause for a moment to take in the serene beauty of this hidden gem, surrounded by towering peaks and sweeping vistas that stretch out as far as the eye can see. As we press onward, our journey takes us ever closer to the Langjökull glacier, the second largest glacier in Iceland and a true marvel of nature. Feel the anticipation build as we approach this icy behemoth, its towering peaks glistening in the sunlight against the backdrop of the endless sky. Here, amidst the pristine beauty of the glacier, we're afforded a rare glimpse into the raw power and majesty of Iceland's natural wonders.

Highland Adventure

As we embark on our expedition, we chart a course past the historic site of Þingvellir, where the world's oldest parliament once convened, immersing ourselves in the rich tapestry of Icelandic history. Continuing on our scenic route, we traverse the breathtaking landscapes of Kaldidalur, a highland road that winds its way through some of Iceland's most dramatic terrain. Along the way, we pass by Sandkluftavatn, a picturesque lake nestled amidst the rugged beauty of the Icelandic wilderness. Pause for a moment to take in the serene beauty of this hidden gem, surrounded by towering peaks and sweeping vistas that stretch out as far as the eye can see. As we press onward, our journey takes us ever closer to the Langjökull glacier, the second largest glacier in Iceland and a true marvel of nature. Feel the anticipation build as we approach this icy behemoth, its towering peaks glistening in the sunlight against the backdrop of the endless sky. Here, amidst the pristine beauty of the glacier, we're afforded a rare glimpse into the raw power and majesty of Iceland's natural wonders.

Waterfalls in Borgarfjörður

As our journey unfolds, we set our sights on the captivating wonders of Borgarfjörður, a region steeped in both natural beauty and rich folklore. Our destination: the enchanting Hraunfossar waterfall, a hidden gem nestled amidst the rugged terrain of Iceland's western landscapes. Formed by a network of rivulets streaming out of the Hallmundarhraun lava field, these ethereal waterfalls cascade gracefully into the surrounding landscape, their crystalline waters shimmering in the sunlight like liquid silver. Take a moment to pause and marvel at the sheer beauty of Hraunfossar, where the juxtaposition of lush greenery and cascading water creates a scene straight out of a fairy tale. From the gentle trickle of the smallest streams to the thundering roar of the largest falls, each tier of Hraunfossar offers a unique glimpse into the raw power and majesty of nature's handiwork. But the wonders of Borgarfjörður don't end there – nearby lies the captivating Barnafoss waterfall, its name steeped in the poignant saga of tragedy and loss. Legend has it that Barnafoss earned its name, which translates to "Children's Falls," after two young boys met a tragic end while crossing the icy waters. Their grieving mother is said to have destroyed the bridge that spanned the waterfall, ensuring that no other children would suffer the same fate. As we stand in awe of Barnafoss and its haunting history, we're reminded of the profound connection between Iceland's natural wonders and its rich cultural heritage. It's a testament to the enduring power of storytelling, where the beauty of the landscape intertwines with the narratives of the past to create a tapestry of wonder and enchantment.

Waterfalls in Borgarfjörður

As our journey unfolds, we set our sights on the captivating wonders of Borgarfjörður, a region steeped in both natural beauty and rich folklore. Our destination: the enchanting Hraunfossar waterfall, a hidden gem nestled amidst the rugged terrain of Iceland's western landscapes. Formed by a network of rivulets streaming out of the Hallmundarhraun lava field, these ethereal waterfalls cascade gracefully into the surrounding landscape, their crystalline waters shimmering in the sunlight like liquid silver. Take a moment to pause and marvel at the sheer beauty of Hraunfossar, where the juxtaposition of lush greenery and cascading water creates a scene straight out of a fairy tale. From the gentle trickle of the smallest streams to the thundering roar of the largest falls, each tier of Hraunfossar offers a unique glimpse into the raw power and majesty of nature's handiwork. But the wonders of Borgarfjörður don't end there – nearby lies the captivating Barnafoss waterfall, its name steeped in the poignant saga of tragedy and loss. Legend has it that Barnafoss earned its name, which translates to "Children's Falls," after two young boys met a tragic end while crossing the icy waters. Their grieving mother is said to have destroyed the bridge that spanned the waterfall, ensuring that no other children would suffer the same fate. As we stand in awe of Barnafoss and its haunting history, we're reminded of the profound connection between Iceland's natural wonders and its rich cultural heritage. It's a testament to the enduring power of storytelling, where the beauty of the landscape intertwines with the narratives of the past to create a tapestry of wonder and enchantment.

The Saga of Snorri Sturluson

Iceland’s rich literary heritage and the captivating sagas beckon us to delve deeper into the historical significance of Reykholt. This quaint village holds a special place in Icelandic history as the former residence of Snorri Sturluson, widely regarded as Iceland’s greatest saga writer. Stepping foot in Reykholt is akin to stepping back in time, as we immerse ourselves in the legacy of Snorri Sturluson and the tales he crafted. Explore the surroundings that once inspired his prolific writings, and gain insights into the medieval Icelandic society that shaped his narratives. And no visit to Reykholt would be complete without a stop at Snorralaug, a historic hot spring believed to be one of Iceland's oldest handmade structures. Take a moment to soak in the healing waters of this ancient spring, where centuries of history and tradition come together in a blissful oasis of relaxation.

The Saga of Snorri Sturluson

Iceland’s rich literary heritage and the captivating sagas beckon us to delve deeper into the historical significance of Reykholt. This quaint village holds a special place in Icelandic history as the former residence of Snorri Sturluson, widely regarded as Iceland’s greatest saga writer. Stepping foot in Reykholt is akin to stepping back in time, as we immerse ourselves in the legacy of Snorri Sturluson and the tales he crafted. Explore the surroundings that once inspired his prolific writings, and gain insights into the medieval Icelandic society that shaped his narratives. And no visit to Reykholt would be complete without a stop at Snorralaug, a historic hot spring believed to be one of Iceland's oldest handmade structures. Take a moment to soak in the healing waters of this ancient spring, where centuries of history and tradition come together in a blissful oasis of relaxation.

Deildartunguhver, Europe’s most powerful geothermal spring

Deildartunguhver, Europe’s most powerful geothermal spring. Here, amid the rugged beauty of Iceland's western landscapes, we bear witness to the awe-inspiring power of nature in all its glory. Marvel at the sight of steam billowing from the earth as scalding hot water gushes forth from deep within the earth's crust, creating a spectacle of geo-power unlike anything you've ever seen before. But Deildartunguhver is more than just a natural wonder – it's also a vital source of energy for the surrounding towns and villages. As you stand in awe of this incredible phenomenon, take a moment to reflect on the important role that geothermal energy plays in Iceland's sustainable future, providing warmth and comfort to countless homes and businesses across the region. But that's not all – Deildartunguhver is also home to a unique botanical treasure: the Blechnum Spicant fern, a rare species found exclusively in this area. Discover the delicate beauty of this ancient plant as you wander through the surrounding countryside, its lush green fronds a testament to the resilience of life in even the harshest of environments.

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The Silver Circle with Highland Adventure tour

from 35.000 ISK

Season

May - Oct

Pick up time

10:00

Duration

About 2 Hours

Tour ID

AT - 07

Difficulty

Moderate

Type

Group