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TJD Iceland Series Full Itinerary Offer – Buy now, Travel up to December 2022

Friday, May 22, 2020
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An Icelandic Adventure

An experience of a lifetime where we explore with Hidden Iceland the  Icelandic landscapes. The itinerary plan is for the adventurous souls who crave nature and escape experiencing the midnight sun!

Travel with TJD to ICELAND

Exploring The Remote Destinations 

TJD Iceland Series Full Itinerary Offer – Buy now, Travel up to December 2022

7 Days in Iceland 

$1,455 Per person

*Currency Rate Subject to Change

What it Includes

Airport transfers

2 Lunches 

Golden Circle Platinum Tour

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon Tour with 1 night at guest house in deluxe room

Whale Watching 

Snaedellsnes Peninsula Tour

Pick up and drop offs to activities

Guides

What it Excludes

Airfare

Meals except for one breakfast and one lunch

Alcoholic Beverages

Reykjavik Hotels

Itinerary in Brief

Day 1
Arrival to Reykjavik using Icelandic Taxi Tours – On this day you can wander around the city and explore – You can also include here a stop at Blue Lagoon

Day 2
Golden Circle – Platinum Tour  – We head straight to the Secret Lagoon – then lunch at a tomato farm – After lunch we are off to the famous sights within the Golden Circle – This is a great mix of learning about the Iceland’s geology and history with some unique twists before coming into Reykjavik just in time for dinner.

Day 3 & 4
We embark on our Jokulsarion Glacier Lagoon 2 day, 1 night. Your adventure starts at 8:30am from your pick up location in Reykjavik to explore the entire south coast of Iceland. We continue the next morning on a glacier hike and return back to Reykjavik.

Day 5
Reykjavik Day & Whale Watching 

Day 6
Snaefellsnes Peninsula Tour

Day 7
Departure

A detailed itinerary is only available to those who register and book the trip

Information on Iceland and Visiting 

Iceland will open its borders June 15, according to Icelandic prime minister Katrin Jakobsdottir, and a 14-day quarantine will no longer be mandatory for passengers arriving at Keflavik Airport. Instead, tourists and residents will have the option of being screened for Covid-19 upon arrival. Arrivals will also be asked to download the contact tracing app Rakning C-19, to aid in the tracing of any transmissions. You will also need to provide your Covid19 test results as well to prove your negative results.

 

TESTIMONIALS

“A big thanks to you Michelle for assisting me and taking care of me during and before the trip. From hotel arrangements, to visas, to sailing gear and even the fun activities you have prepared for us. You are very professional and always available for all my questions regarding my trip. I had a lovely time in Norway and I would not have enjoyed this trip without your amazing support. Doing business with you is really hassle free and everything has been so smooth. I will recommend you to all my friends who are planning their vacation trips and I, for sure, will be be back again on your TJD trips”

Nihal, Egypt

“Overall it was an amazing experience! At first I was not sure about the two boats instead of one, but honestly, it really worked out for the best and I genuinely loved the catamaran experience and visiting the island and seeing the stars at sea the most. I could have definitely done it for a few more nights even!! I think, I’m discovering a new passion with the whole sailing, it was really great that I got to learn and assist with some of it, gave me such a buzz! I also loved the reindeer and learning about the Sami culture and the ‘YOIK’ “

Mona, London

“Thank you so much for having me and giving people new realities as you say! Living your dream! You see incredible in others because of who you are yourself, so we are so incredible, changing other people’s world, each one of us in our own special way! Thank you! Love you! “

Martina, Spain

“Lovely Michelle,
Never would I have thought I would go on a group trip. Nor, did I expect that this would be one of the best trips I have done so far. This trip has exceeded my expectations and was beyond unforgettable! Your enthusiasm, positive energy, efforts and care before within and even after the trip, have made a massive impact on everyone and have been an inspiration to me on a personal level. You really put your heart and soul in to what you do and have shown that you CAN make your dreams come true and that makes me chase mine! Also, not to forget the incredible selection of the guests. I made some amazing friends through this amazing little journey and we all shared an unforgettable experience. As you kept saying “It’s an experience” and I would recommend everyone to experience a TJD trip themselves! Keep shining! Much love “

Ahlam, Dubai

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2 comments

  1. ColoroftheSea says:

    Iceland is a beautiful island nation and temperature. for the summer its very dramatic place for everyone

  2. Luxury Group says:

    what is the easy way to get Iceland from uae

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