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- Off the Beaten Path
8-Day Horse & Sheep Gathering Tour in Iceland | Highlands, Golden Circle, Snæfellsnes Peninsula & Whale WatchingFrom: 453.092kr. Select options
- Off the Beaten Path
The Ring Road & Highlands of Iceland | 4-Day Assisted Trekking Tour & 10 Day Self-Drive TourFrom: 364.251kr. Select options
5-Day Guided Summer Tour in a Small Group — Golden Circle, South Iceland & Glacier HikeFrom: 116.777kr. Select options
About our Summer tours
Discover Iceland’s beautiful nature as the midnight sun shines above. Here, you’ll find our selection of tours to create your perfect holiday in the land of ice and fire, be they guided or self-guided. Enjoy the long days and see volcanoes, glaciers, mountains and adorable puffins this summer.
Frequently asked questions
There are many reasons why you should visit Iceland in the summer. From the midnight sun illuminating the evening sky, allowing you more time to explore and sightsee, to the adorable puffins which make this island their temporary home. The remote Highland region and the secluded Westfjords are also accessible in the summer months. The weather is much warmer than in the winter. Still, you will also have a chance to experience snow and ice with various glacier activities such as snowmobiling or glacier hiking.
No, unfortunately, the northern lights cannot be seen in the summer months since the midnight sun lights up the sky in May, June, July and early August, and you need complete darkness to witness the Auroras. You can, however, see them in the winter, from September to early April.
Puffins make this island their home between April and August each year. You can see puffins all around Iceland, and the most popular places are the Westman Islands, Látrabjarg Cliffs in the Westfjords, Dyrhólaey Peninsula in South Iceland, and Borgarfjörður Eystri in East Iceland. You can also join a puffin watching tour (and combine it with a whale watching tour) both in Reykjavík and in North Iceland.
The road conditions in the summer are very good, and so a 4×4 is not necessary. However, if you plan on driving the mountain roads (or F-Roads), you will need a car with a four-wheel-drive. It is always a good practice to check road conditions, just to be prepared — even in the summer.