Dates, Prices & Info
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Special Photo Departures: Jul 9, Jul 22
Special Photo Departure: Jul 9
Women Only Departure: Aug 2
- Trip Price
$13995 (+internal air)
Single Occupancy: For a single room add $1995. Click here to learn how you can avoid the single supplement.
Deposit: $500 per person (nonrefundable)
Make It Private: View pricing to take this trip privately with just you and your select travel companions.
Trip prices are per person based on double occupancy and are given in U.S. dollars. Please read our Payment & Refund Policy here.
A very important feature of our Iceland adventure is the limited group size, as nature expeditions are best experienced with fewer travelers.
Take this trip on a private basis, traveling exclusively with your immediate family, multi-generational family or group of friends. Click here for details and pricing.
Specialized 4x4 Land Rovers and Land Cruisers
Our Private Leaders
- Trip price includes: Accommodations, services of Nat Hab's professional Expedition Leader(s) and local guides, all meals from dinner on Day 1 through breakfast on final day, most gratuities, airport transfers for those arriving by air on Day 1 and departing by air on the final day, all activities and entrance fees, all taxes, permits and service fees.
- Internal air includes: Charter flight from Akureyri to Isafjordur and scheduled flight from Isafjordur back to Reykjavik (this will be listed separately on our invoicing).
In order to participate in this trip, you must be able to walk unassisted at a steady pace for a minimum of 2 miles at a time over uneven terrain. Our itinerary involves daily walks or hikes of varied lengths over
On custom or private departures with smaller groups, our ability to accommodate varying levels of physical abilities or interests is limited, since these trips are staffed with a single Expedition Leader who may be assisted, pending availability, by local guides.
Important Information About This Trip
And speaking of weather, while it's always changeable in Iceland, it does vary with the seasons and from one month to the next. Our trips run from July through September. July is high summer in Iceland, with the warmest annual temperatures (average high 57°F) and drier weather conditions, though it certainly can rain in July. August temperatures drop slightly, to an average of 55°F, though days become discernibly shorter by the middle of the month as the near-perpetual daylight begins to wane with the move toward autumn. September marks a vivid transition in Iceland as fall arrives, bringing crisp days and rich colors to the low-lying vegetation. The average high temperature in September is 50°F, but there are days when the high won't exceed the 40s. By September, when the Gulf Stream brings milder air from the Atlantic Ocean into contact with colder Arctic air, skies are often overcast, and rain and wind can be frequent. It's not unusual to experience four seasons in one day in September! Yet September also brings a huge drop-off in crowds, plus dark nights that offer the possibility of seeing the northern lights when the skies are clear.
To protect your investment and to provide peace of mind while you travel, we also strongly recommend purchasing comprehensive travel insurance. Plans may cover everything from medical treatment to trip cancellations and delays and lost luggage. Please contact our office if you would like more information about the medical evacuation and comprehensive travel insurance policies we offer by calling 800-543-8917.
Getting There & Getting Home
We can best serve you if our Natural Habitat Adventures Travel Desk makes your reservations, as our staff is intimately familiar with the special requirements of our program and can arrange the most efficient travel. Please call us at 800-543-8917. Note that while we offer you the best possible rates available to us on airfare and additional nights' accommodations, you may find better fares online.