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Welcome to Iceland. Shakespeare could not have written a more dramatic narrative.

Few places in the world offer as many exciting geological phenomena as Iceland. That is what tourists come to experience and why Wedo Nordic cooperate with some of the country’s leading volcanic experts to ensure, that your guests get the most out of their stay, whether they prefer self-drive packages or guided bus tours around this incredible island. A saga in Island affects all your senses – particularly your sense of adventure.

Where hot meets cold to form an amazing landscape.

Iceland is located on top one the planet’s geothermal hot spots – right on the edge of the polar circle. It has to be dramatic, and it is. The contrasts are immense: Hot red lava dropping into the roaring sea, huge white glaciers melting into gigantic waterfalls, hot, blue lagoons, bare, black volcanic rock and surprisingly beautiful green hills blooming with wild flowers in summer. Add wild horses, charming fishing villages and Northern Lights. It doesn’t get any wilder or more spectacular.

Do not forget to spend a day or two in Reykjavík, the capital and a trendy city with its modern architecture and charming shops  selling the famous Icelandic sweaters as well as local handicraft.

Ísafjörður

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Bakkafjörður

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Reykjavik

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Kálfafell

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Facts

  • The capital Reykjavík, well supplied with fashion shops.
  • The Icelanders are very creative people, inspired by the unique nature.
  • Iceland is a democratic republic with a population of 355.620.
  • The Icelandic currency is the Króna (ISK).
  • Due to the Gulfstream, Iceland enjoys a milder climate than could be expected.
  • Summer temperatures usually vary between 12 and 20 degrees.

Have a look at our many guided group tours and self-drive packages in Iceland:

Grand Tour of Iceland

12 days, 11 nights

We explore Gullfoss, the beautiful double “Golden Falls” and we walk through the active geothermal area of Geysir, where Strokkur “the churn” spouts up to 25 meters (70 feet) every five to ten minutes. 

The next stop is the ancient Viking Parliament area and UNESCO world heritage site of Þingvellir National Park.

Northern Lights Exploration

8 days, 7 nights

Your tour guide will show the group the highlights of Iceland’s exciting capital. 

Then we head west. Borgarfjörður is known as the Saga Valley because of its many important historical events. We get a chance to climb the Grábrók volcano crater and visit Deildartunguhver, Europe’s most powerful hot spring. 

Guided Iceland Circle

8 days, 7 nights

Travel west along the scenic Hvalfjörður fjord and the town of Borgarnes.Easy hike on Grábrók volcano crater in the middle of a greenish lava field. In the afternoon visit a natural history & seal museum in the fishing village of Hvammstangi.
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