This private evening jeep tour is perfect if you want to experience something special during your visit to Iceland: bathe in a geothermal pool, taste delicious Icelandic cuisine and hunt for the Northern Lights.
We pick you up from your accommodation in Reykjavik and drive to one of the oldest natural pools in Iceland: the Secret Lagoon. Less crowded than the Blue Lagoon, the Secret Lagoon offers a more private experience for a much more affordable price. It's been owned by the same Icelandic family for years and you can easily meet some locals here.
After a relaxing bath, we will enjoy dinner in Thrastalundur, a good restaurant in the charming Icelandic countryside. Beautifully located on a river with spectacular views over the mountains, the restaurant serves traditional Icelandic dishes, such as lamb soup or skyr, for a great culinary experience. The restaurant also caters for special dietary restrictions, just make sure to let us know when you book the tour.
Relaxed and well-fed, we go back to our 4x4 jeep and start our hunt for Northern Lights away from the city lights pollution.
You will learn more about this natural phenomenon that can be seen in Iceland during the winter (September-March) as you stare at the skies waiting for the lights to start dancing. Seeing the Northern Lights will be one of the best experiences in your life. It is, however, good to keep in mind that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, never natural to predict and never guaranteed. The Northern Lights depend on several factors, such as cloud coverage, solar activity, and general weather conditions. We consider all these factors and do our best to find the perfect places with the best chances to see the Northern Lights, but we can never guarantee it. What we guarantee is that you will have the time of your life and you will learn a lot about Iceland's culture and traditions.
Camera, swim suit, warm clothes, hat and gloves to keep warm.
Available mid August - mid April
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