7 Days trip in Iceland

Budget: 0 USD - 2000 USD Food exploration Wildlife exploration
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Iceland is a Nordic island country known for its dramatic landscapes, including geysers, hot springs, volcanoes, glaciers, and black sand beaches. It has a rich history and a unique culture shaped by its geography and isolation.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to ISK
ISK 142
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Domestic Flights

Day 1

  1. Harpa Concert Hall

    120 minutes

    Start your day with a visit to Reykjavik's stunning concert hall. Take a guided tour and learn about its architecture and history.

  2. Matarkistan Food Hall

    90 minutes

    Discover traditional Icelandic food at the largest indoor food hall in Iceland. Try the lamb skewers and native seafood.

  3. Whale Watching Tour

    180 minutes

    Take a boat trip from Reykjavik's old harbor and spot humpback whales, dolphins and sea birds. Don't forget your camera and warm clothing!

Day 2

  1. Thingvellir National Park

    180 minutes

    Go on a day trip to this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take a walk through the continental rift between two tectonic plates and spot some Arctic foxes.

  2. Gullfoss Waterfall

    90 minutes

    Be prepared to be blown away by Iceland's most iconic and powerful waterfall. Hike the river banks or take a helicopter tour for a different view.

  3. Geysir Hot Springs

    120 minutes

    Experience the raw power and beauty of Iceland's geothermal activity. See spouting hot springs, bubbling mud pots and colorful mineral deposits.

Day 3

  1. Perlan Observatory and Museum

    180 minutes

    Learn about the science and history of Icelandic glaciers and the northern lights. Enjoy the panoramic view of Reykjavik from Perlan's observation deck.

  2. Icelandic Street Food

    60 minutes

    Sample authentic Icelandic cuisine such as fish soup and lamb stew from a street food truck. Ask what's in season and try traditional Icelandic meats.

  3. Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa

    240 minutes

    Dip into the mystical milky-blue waters of the Blue Lagoon. Relax, rejuvenate and take in the views of the stark volcanic landscape.

Day 4

  1. Husavik Whale Watching

    210 minutes

    Take a boat trip from the 'Whale Capital of Iceland' to spot some of the 23 species of whales, porpoises and dolphins. Get served a refreshment and a traditional Icelandic pastry onboard.

  2. Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon

    180 minutes

    Drive along the scenic southeast coast for a visit to Iceland's deepest and largest glacier lagoon. Take a scenic boat tour and see seals and floating icebergs.

  3. Diamond Beach

    120 minutes

    See the awe-inspiring black sand beach on the edge of Jökulsárlón Lagoon. Take a leisurely walk among the glittering icebergs that are washed up on the shore.

Day 5

  1. Vatnajökull Glacier National Park

    240 minutes

    Hike on Vatnajökull, Europe's largest glacier. Explore the shimmering ice caves, blue lagoons and crystal-clear rivers. Reach dizzying heights with the head spinning glacier walk.

  2. Smiðjan Brugghús

    120 minutes

    Refuel with some Icelandic beer at the Smiðjan Brugghús microbrewery. Order a 'flight' of small glasses to taste their local brews. Combine with a tasty pizza to keep exploring.

  3. Grindavík Fishing Town

    180 minutes

    Drive to the quaint village of Grindavik on the south coast of Reykjanes peninsula to experience the local fishing culture. Taste traditional Icelandic fish and chips by the harbour.

Day 6

  1. Reykjanes Geopark

    180 minutes

    Explore the volcanic craters, geothermal areas and lunar landscapes of this unique geopark. Witness first hand why Nasa is training astronauts here!

  2. Matur og Drykkur

    120 minutes

    Get a taste of the modern Icelandic culinary scene at Matur og Drykkur. Order the fermented shark sliders or the 'Rotten Shark.'

  3. Hallgrimskirkja Church

    90 minutes

    End your day by taking a trip up to the top of the iconic church that dominates the Reykjavik skyline. Take in the 360 degree view of the city.

Day 7

  1. The Settlement Exhibition

    120 minutes

    Learn about Iceland's Viking history at this exhibition that explores how the first settlers lived in Reykjavik over 1000 years ago.

  2. Icelandic Fish and Chips

    90 minutes

    Enjoy some of the freshest fish and chips in the world, prepared with the best locally sourced fish.

  3. Reykjavik Nightlife

    180 minutes

    Experience Iceland's legendary nightlife, which is alive and vibrant on weekend nights in downtown Reykjavik, with local music, popular hotspots and amazing beer.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-40 USD per night
90-150 USD per night
50-100 USD per night


Bus Pass
45 USD for 7 days
Car Rental
300-500 USD for 7 days
50-100 USD per ride


Budget (fast food, supermarkets, etc)
5-15 USD per meal
Street Food
10-20 USD per meal
Fancy Meal
40-80 USD per meal


Whale Watching Tour
90-120 USD per person
Blue Lagoon
70-100 USD per person
Northern Lights Tour
60-100 USD per person

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