Tour Overview

  • Round-Trip Airfare
  • All transportation between cities and within the itinerary
  • Hotel accommodations
  • Five breakfasts, one lunch, and three dinners
  • Admission to National Museum of Iceland
  • Hiking Tour of Langjökull Glacier
  • Supplies for Trekking the Langjökull Glacier
  • Snowmobile Ride
  • Tour of Langjökull Glacier Cave
  • Admission to Reykjavík Art Museum
  • Admission to Perlan Museum
  • Admission to Folklore Concert
  • Admission to Blue Lagoon
  • Visit Hallgrímskirkja Cathedral
  • Visit Leif Erikson Monument
  • Visit Imagine Peace Tower (Oct 8-Dec 9)
  • Free Tour Leaders 1 Per 15 Paying Students
  • Zoni Tour Manager

Day 1: Travel to Iceland

Depart for Reykjavík, Iceland on a night flight.

Day 2: Arrival in Reykjavík

Arrive at Keflavik International Airport, Iceland and transfer to your accommodation in Reykjavík where you will meet your Zoni Tour Manager and store your luggage.

Start your day with a delicious breakfast to give you energy for your Iceland adventure.

Visit the National Museum of Iceland to kickstart your journey. Here, you'll delve into the rich history and culture of Iceland through fascinating exhibits, showcasing everything from Viking sagas to contemporary Icelandic art.

Enjoy lunch at the National Museum of Iceland.

Visit Reykjavík's Hallgrímskirkja Cathedral, where you can take in views of the city from its tower.

After the cathedral visit, head to the Leif Erikson Monument, a striking statue dedicated to the Viking explorer believed to be one of the first Europeans to reach North America. It offers an excellent opportunity for photos and a bit of history.

Enjoy a welcome dinner at a local restaurant to taste Icelandic cuisine.

After dinner, immerse yourself in Icelandic culture by attending a traditional folklore concert featuring local artists. This will provide you with a unique and entertaining introduction to Icelandic traditions and music.

Check into your hotel, and rest for the exciting days ahead.

Day 3: Glacial Splendor and Arctic Thrills

Start your day with a satisfying breakfast at the hotel.

Depart for an exciting glacier trekking adventure on Langjökull Glacier, which is conveniently located within driving distance from Reykjavík. You'll be provided with crampons and all the necessary gear to explore the stunning ice formations.

Grab a quick lunch at Húsafell Bistro

After Lunch, continue your adventure with a guided tour of the stunning ice cave located within the glacier. Explore the crystal-blue ice formations and learn about the glacier's unique features.

Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.

Search for the northern lights on your way back to Reykjavík.

Return to your hotel for a restful night.

Day 4: Reykjavík Winter Wonderland and Cultural Delights

Begin your day with a leisurely breakfast at your Reykjavík hotel.

Experience the thrill of snowmobiling in one of Reykjavík's nearby winter wonderlands, such as Heiðmörk Nature Reserve or Elliðaárdalur Valley. Enjoy the pristine snow-covered landscapes and the invigorating outdoor activity.

Return to Reykjavík

Enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant in Reykjavík, savoring fresh Icelandic cuisine.

Visit the Perlan Museum, an iconic glass-domed building that offers panoramic views of Reykjavík and houses a range of interactive exhibits. Learn about Iceland's unique geology, glaciers, and natural wonders

Explore Reykjavík's art and culture scene by visiting the Reykjavík Art Museum, where you can discover contemporary and historic Icelandic art.

In the evening, have dinner at a local restaurant in Reykjavík, where you can indulge in more Icelandic specialties or international cuisine.

Visit the Imagine Peace Tower in honor of John Lennon's memory from Oct 9 to Dec 8.

If the Northern Lights were not visible on previous nights, you can venture out again for a Northern Lights tour to chase this natural wonder.

Return to your hotel for a restful night, preparing for your departure on Day 5.

Day 5: Departure & Blue Lagoon

After breakfast at your accommodation, check-out and pack your belongings.

Before heading to the airport, visit the Blue Lagoon, one of Iceland's most famous geothermal spas. Here, you can relax in the warm, mineral-rich waters surrounded by a surreal landscape of lava fields and snow (don't forget to bring your swimsuits).

Have lunch at the airport at your own expense before your flight, enjoying one last taste of Icelandic cuisine.

Depart from Iceland and head back home, filled with unforgettable memories.

Must Know

Unique Winter Experiences: Our "Icelandic Winter Wonders Expedition" offers you the opportunity to explore the best of Iceland's winter beauty. From glacier trekking to ice cave exploration, you'll have authentic and thrilling experiences that are unique to the winter season.

Educational Opportunities: Students will have the chance to learn about Iceland's unique geography, geology, and cultural heritage through visits to museums, historical sites, and interactive exhibits.

Cultural Immersion: From traditional Icelandic cuisine to folklore performances and cultural experiences, this tour allows students to engage with the local culture on a meaningful level.

Northern Lights Adventure: We prioritize your chances of witnessing the mesmerizing Northern Lights with multiple opportunities to chase this natural phenomenon.

  • Iceland's currency is the Icelandic Krona (ISK). Credit and debit cards are widely accepted, but it's a good idea to carry some cash for small expenses.
  • Iceland uses Type F electrical outlets. You may need a power adapter or converter, depending on your home country's plug type and voltage.
  • Iceland is on GMT time.
  • Iceland's winter weather can be cold and unpredictable. Dress warmly in layers, including thermal clothing, waterproof outerwear, and sturdy footwear with good grip.
  • Don't forget to pack gloves, a hat, and a scarf to stay comfortable during outdoor activities.
  • During the winter months, darkness can extend for almost 18 hours, which can affect sleep patterns.
  • While we aim to provide opportunities to see the Northern Lights, please be aware that they are a natural phenomenon, and their visibility depends on weather conditions.
  • Be prepared for late-night excursions to chase the Northern Lights, which may involve waiting outdoors in the cold.
  • Icelandic is the official language, but English is widely spoken and understood, making communication relatively easy for tourists.
  • Iceland places a strong emphasis on responsible tourism. Respect local customs and natural environments and dispose of waste properly.
  • Follow the "Leave No Trace" principles during outdoor activities.

  • Travel time to and from various parts of the country may modify these itineraries.
  • Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your planned return date.
  • It is your responsibility to determine if you need a visa to enter Italy, and ensure you have the necessary travel authorizations.
  • Itineraries are fully customizable.
  • Flexible payment plans are available.

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