Just as the name indicates, this popular journey takes you the full circle around Iceland’s scenic “Ring Road”, along with a detour to the magical Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Along the way, you have the chance to visit some of the country’s most spectacular natural attractions, including Þingvellir National Park, the Gullfoss and Goðafoss waterfalls and the moonlike surroundings of Lake Mývatn.
The name of this tour speaks for itself! This self-guided holiday takes you from the capital city, Oslo, to the pristine landscapes of Norway’s dramatic coastline along with remarkable scenery, historical landmarks and cultural experiences in between. This is your chance to explore Norway by land and sea and experience the country’s most famous attractions—the fjords.
This exciting winter break gives you the opportunity to stay in an Iceroom at the world-famous Icehotel, travel with dogsled through powder snow, get to know the Sami culture and experience the Swedish winter to the fullest. A quest for the amazing Northern Lights and a thrilling snowmobile ride through the dark night of Lapland are among other things awaiting you on this unforgettable trip.
This tour gives you the opportunity to explore some of the most Swedish locations in the whole country. In the province Dalarna you will be stunned over the scenic views of green fields and small red cottages in the distance and see how the national symbol, the Dala Horse is made. Of course this tour also covers attractions such as impressive castles, friendly cities, interesting museums and beautiful nature scenes.
Located 250 km north of the Arctic Circle on Greenland’s west coast, the Ilulissat Icefjord is a sight to behold with its maze of icebergs calved from the vast Sermeq Kujalleq ice sheet. So remarkable is this natural wonder that it was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004. This tour to the amazing Ilulissat area offers you a chance to experience some of the most remote, dramatic, and pristine landscapes on the planet along with plenty of optional excursions to get a real feel for the Arctic way of life.
In this self drive you will see the best of Scandinavia in the same tour. After exploring Stockholm you drive north to Dalarna where you visit locations like the Nusnäs Dala Horse workshop and the fashinating Dalhalla day mine. You drive over the Norwegian border where you will explore beautiful fjord landscapes, waterfalls and national parks before arriving in Denmark where you stroll along the famous Ströget avenue and enjoy a Danish beer just like the locals.
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