Golden Circle & Fridheimar Sustainable Farm Day Excursion

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Description

Probably Iceland's most famous tour, the Golden Circle is the perfect mix of human and natural history. Walk through the beautiful Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the birthplace of the oldest existing parliament. Enjoy the geological features, the Rift Valley, and Öxarárfoss Waterfall that runs through it. Geysir Hot Spring area is a rare natural phenomenon where boiling water erupts 30 meters, every 5 minutes. Experience the magnificent and powerful Gullfoss Waterfall, a set of glacial river cascades falling 32 meters into a narrow canyon. Enjoy a very unique lunch experience at Friðheimar Sustainable Tomato Farm (lunch included). The Icelandic Horse is a very unique breed and we will stop to learn about them. The Golden Circle is a must see for anyone visiting Iceland.

What´s Included

Everything is included! 

Lunch at Friðheimar.

Services of a Professional Guide.

Golden Circle Sightseeing.

Transport.

Pick up and drop-off at your accommodation, or meet us at bus stop number 8, Hallgrímskirkja.

All taxes.

What to bring

Bring warm and waterproof clothes, gloves and headwear and good shoes.

A camera is always good to have.

Additional information

Bring warm and waterproof clothes, gloves and headwear and good shoes.

A camera is always good to have.

Map

Itinerary

DAY 1
Golden Circle and Fridheimar Sustainable Farm Day Tour - lunch included - small group
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Golden Circle and Fridheimar Sustainable Farm Day Tour - lunch included - small group

REYKJAVÍK
Pick up at between 8.30 - 9.00 AM. Please be ready at 8.30 AM, or meet us at bus stop number 8, next to Hallgrímskirkja church, downtown.

THINGVELLIR NATIONAL PARK AND ÖXARÁRFOSS WATERFALL
Thingvellir is characterized by tectonic rift valley and marks the rifting of the Eurasian and North American plates from each other. In 930 the Icelandic Parliament, the first democracy in the world, was established at Thingvellir. Thingvellir became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. Enjoy a short walk to Öxarárfoss waterfall.

STROKKUR AND THE GEYSER AREA
Did you know that the english name “geyser”, derives from the one and only in the Haukadalur area in Iceland? The geyser Geysir itself erupts boiling water up to 70 meters, but is almost inactive now. Strokkur, only few meters apart from Geyser, erupts on average every 5 minutes.

GULLFOSS, GOLDEN WATERFALL
Near Geysir is the Gullfoss Waterfall, which probably tops the list of being the most beautiful waterfall in Iceland. Enjoy the view from above and walk down the path to get close to the powerful waterfall.

FRIÐHEIMAR AND HORSE VISIT
At Friðheimar greenhouse, tomatoes are cultivated, using geothermal heat and geothermallly generated electricity. With a tropical climate inside, they have opened a restaurant, right there in the tomato field. The main ingredients in their menu is of course, tomatoes grown there. This is a very rare and unique lunch experience. On the way we visit some friendly Icelandic horses.

REYKJAVÍK
We drive from Friðheimar to Reykjavík, along the south coast of Iceland.