Family Fun

Family Fun

Explore South and North Iceland with plenty of exciting things to see and do for the whole family. Iceland is an open geology book! Be amazed by the sight of bubbling hot springs, volcanoes and glaciers, enjoy close encounters with wildlife and farm animals, splash around in the countless geothermal swimming pools and get to know Iceland's fascinating Viking past. Available from 1 June to 15 September.

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  • 6 nights' accommodation in the countryside
  • 1 night, guesthouse/hotel in Reykjavik (the last night)
  • Rental car for 8 days, with unlimited milage and CDW insurance
  • Whale watching tour (3 - 3 ½ hours)
  • Flybus transfer to and from airport
  • E-Itinerary with the tour map, location points, and pictures for you to view before you arrive.
  • Driver Guide tablet mapping and navigating your personalized journey and highlights of surrounding areas. Including a GPS Navigation system, recommendations along the way, helpful information, a messenger system to stay in touch with us, our Driver Guide will instantly become your best travel mate
  • Free Wi-Fi Hotspot through tablet
  • 24/7 emergency phone line service
  • Taxes and service fee


  • Be amazed by the spouting hot spring Strokkur and Gullfoss Waterfall
  • See whales in their natural habitat on a boat trip from Húsavík town
  • Visit a cowshed café by Lake Mývatn
  • Splash around in geothermal swimming pools, visit fun museums and the Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo in Iceland‘s capital



The Driver Guide Tablet

Driver Guide was designed to assist you on your journey to Iceland, guiding you through your personalized day-to-day itinerary. The tablet also gives you recommendations along the way, and helpful information regarding driving conditions, weather forecast, and more. How does it all work?

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  • Personal Wifi hotspot

  • Safe Travel Information

  • Digital Vouchers


Arrival day | Reykjavík

Explore the city's attractions: Tjörnin Lake, Hallgrímskirkja church tower, the old harbour and Harpa Concert and Conference Centre. The Flybus will transfer you to your accommodation in Reykjavík from Keflavik Airport. Optional, and not included in the price, is to pick up the rental car at the airport when you arrive.
Accommodation in Reykjavík (optional and not included in the tour price).

Days 1 and 2 | The South

Head towards Hveragerði town where horse rentals Eldhestar and Sólhestar are located, where you can to get to know the Icelandic horse. Visit Þingvellir National Park, a picturesque site of historical and geological interest. Enjoy an afternoon at Slakki, a small petting zoo located in the green farmlands of the south featuring domestic animals and toys for children. On day 2 drive to Gullfoss Waterfall and the Geysir hot spring area where fountain geyser Strokkur erupts every 5-10 minutes. Continue to the coastal village Stokkseyri where you can stroll along the sea shore and visit the Ghost Centre and Icelandic Wonders, a museum dedicated to trolls, elves and northern lights.

Accommodation for two nights in the Gullfoss/Geysir area.

Day 3 | The West

Tour the attractions of Borgarfjörður, including Hraunfossar and Barnafossar falls, Deildartunguhver hot spring and the Settlement Centre in Borgarnes which portrays Iceland's settlement and one of the best known Sagas, Egil's Saga, in a lively way. You can also opt to drive up to the beautiful Snæfellsnes Peninsula and take a fun boat excursion from Stykkishólmur town.

Accommodation in the Borgarfjörður/Húnaflói area.

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Days 4 and 5 | Akureyri and the North

Spend a day in the friendly town of Akureyri, take a dip in the fantastic outdoor geothermal swimming pool, visit interesting museums and parks. On day 5 see whales in their natural habitat on a 3-hour whale watching tour from the charming harbour village Húsavík (included in the tour price). Explore the mystical lava formations and steaming volcanic sites of the Lake Mývatn area and visit the cowshed café at Vogafjós where you can watch the cows being milked, taste the fresh milk and even try milking first-hand!

Accommodation for two nights in the Akureyri area.

Day 6 | The Northwest

Visit the turf farm museum at Glaumbær and the beautiful old turf church at Víðimýri for a glimpse of what life was like in Iceland in the past. There are plenty of horse rentals in the Skagafjörður area where the whole family can try riding the unique, small, sturdy and friendly Icelandic horse. Visit the educational Seal Centre at Hvammstangi and even view seals in their natural environment on Vatnsnes Peninsula, home to one of the largest seal colonies in Iceland.

Accommodation in Borgarfjörður/Húnaflói area.

Day 7 | Reykjavík

The many outdoor geothermal swimming pools in Reykjavik are excellent for children. Other family-friendly things to do include visiting the Reykjavik Family Park and Zoo and the various museums dotted around the city. For city sightseeing we recommend the 'Hop on, Hop off' bus. An excursion to the Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa also comes recommended.

Accommodation in Reykjavík.


TripAdvisor reviews

Amazing 8 day trip around Iceland - We just returned from a fantastic vacation around Iceland, perfectly planned by the folks at Icelandic Farm Holidays (I think they are now changing their name to Hey Iceland). We opted for the cheapest option with shared bathrooms so we could stay in small farms around the country and were not disappointed. Each location was easy to find (be sure you have GPS) and the information about each stop was great. The farm houses varied from 30 room locations to very small places, but they all were clean, had great breakfasts and were situated in eye-popping landscapes. We're ready to go back again. OH, the folks at farm holidays were also quick to answer all questions on email and help us work through all details. We travel a lot and this was one of our best vacations.
dockdog, Eastpoint, Florida

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