Grand tour of Iceland


VISIT Iceland's locations off the usual tourist road.

Cruise to the Westmann Islands and Flatey Island, to visit the puffin colonies.

See Iceland's green farmland, geysers, thundering snowmelt fed waterfalls and icebergs on black sand beaches.

Visit Fjords, mountains, glaciers, several waterfalls and museums, as well as quaint old stone villages, tranquil lakes, romantic hotels and the attractions of Reykjavik.  

Do all this with Toursgallery who has created this upmarket 21 day tour of Iceland.

Toursgallery director Ken Osetroff said: "Iceland is a nature lovers paradise at the beginning of Spring."

Three super Jeeps in convoy, with four guests in each vehicle, will venture off the main road, to visit fjords, villages, farms and nature locations not included in other tours.

Toursgallery's Iceland Tour commences on 13 May 2012 to coincide with the best time of year to see and photograph puffins. 

The cost of this fully escorted 15 day tour is $9,880 per person twin share, including all breakfasts, all dinners and the best available accommodation in each location.

For more information visit Tours Gallery.

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