Excursions & Tours

About Akureyri

Private Dettifoss, Godafoss and Myvatn

Price: Starting at $124.00/person
Experience Iceland at its best with a private tour to the magnificent Dettifoss Waterfall, one of the country's largest and considered to be Europe's biggest along with exploring the Lake Myvatn region.
Excursion Size: Private
Excursion Type: Cultural, Active, Scenic
Food/Beverage: Not Included.
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 8 Hours

Private Lake Myvatn and Godafoss

Price: Starting at $98.00/person
Experience the lovely Godafoss Waterfall and the diverse landscape of Lake Myvatn, before enjoying the Nature Baths where you can relax, before continuing your cruise.
Excursion Size: Private
Excursion Type: Cultural, Active, Scenic
Food/Beverage: None
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

Private Siglufjordur and Trollaskagi

Price: Starting at $103.00/person
This private excursion from the port of Akureyri, will take you on a journey like no other to the remote Trollaskagi peninsula, where you will drive along the coastline, visit black sand beaches, charming fishing villages and end at the Kaldi Brewery.
Excursion Size: Private
Excursion Type: Cultural, Active, Scenic
Food/Beverage: None
Activity Level: Easy
Excursion Duration: 7 Hours

Akureyri Excursions

Akureyri is a small city in northern Iceland. It is Iceland's second largest urban area and fourth largest municipality. Nicknamed the Capital of North Iceland, Akureyri is an important port and fishing center. Akureyri sits on the north coast under snowcapped peaks at the head of Iceland's longest fjord. It's Iceland's second biggest urban area, and while you shouldn't expect a big-city vibe (the population is only 18,000), this easy-going place has more buzz than anywhere outside of Reykjavík. It's also a great base for exploring the north's green pastures, fishing villages, mudpots, waterfalls, ski fields and whale-filled bays. Signs of the earth's power - glaciers, volcanoes, lava fields and stacks of basalt - are everywhere, while strange underwater features lure divers and offshore islands are home to colonies of seabirds.