These breaks give you a bit more time to enjoy the Blue Lagoon as you will actually stay at the Blue Lagoon Silica Hotel. The benefit of this is you can time it to avoid the crowds as the Blue Lagoon is now becoming very popular.
Combined with a combination of self drive exploration and Guided SuperJeep Tours with Whale Watching you can mix up adventure with relaxation and viewing the Northern Lights. For the more adventurous this is even some easy Ice Hiking on a Glacier.
A perfect combination for a short break so you will go home refreshed and bursting with what you have seen in such a short time.
On this lovely self drive break you will have a relaxing night at the Blue Lagoon so you can enjoy it without the crowds, before moving onto a country farm hotel in an area good for the Aurora & take your own PRIVATE guided Super-Jeep Northern Lights Hunt. Discover Iceland's Famous Golden Circle with it's stunning volcanic highlights, and take a whale watching trip...Click for More Details
Staying 3 nights at THE place in Iceland to see the Northern Lights you have a truly excellent chance of seeing them. Explore a Secret Ice Cave, take an exciting guided Super-Jeep Adventure, experience the volcanic Golden Circle during the day, and finally end with a relaxing overnight at the Blue Lagoon so you can enjoy the geothermal lake without the crowds....Click for More Details
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We are delighted to announce the launch of our new refreshed website for Weekend a la Carte Aurora Nights. We think it will really help you imagine yourself there watching the Northern Lights, and experiencing the activities with many more photos, bigger photos, and lots of videos to inspire and tempt you. Over the years we have developed many new breaks and as a result it has become quite hard for you to find your ...Read More
I visited the brand new Lava Centre in the south of Iceland just a few weeks after it opened this summer. Having studied Geography at University I have a fascination for Volcanoes and so Iceland is always a favourite of mine and I was looking forward to a new injection of knowledge and understanding. However I was also dragging behind me my rather reluctant teenager who is not “into” museums” at the moment (to ...Read More