Day 1 Kuala Lumpur / Amsterdam (13h) KL 810 (2320/0600) (Meal On Board) Assemble to KLIA , meet up with Tour Manager and start our journey to Iceland.
Day 2 Amsterdam/Keflavik (By Fit 3h) (Meal On Board)
Welcome at Airport and transfer to Hotel
Day 3 Keflavik ~ Golden Circle (2h) ~Hella (1h30m) (B/L/Own Arrangement)
Thingvellir National Park & Silver Lake (Walking Tour) is a National Park was founded in 1930 and was designated as a World Heritage Site in 2004. Thingvellir is the most important cultural site and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Iceland.
Geysir Hot Spring (Photo Shop) This geothermal area is a popular stop for visitors. At this wonderful sight, you can wander amongs bubbling mud posts and steaming landscapes!
Gullfoss Waterfall (Photo Shop) also known as “Golden Falls”, one of Iceland’s most spectacular waterfalls, located in the canyon of Hvita river in southwest Iceland. Together with Thingvellir and the geysers, Gullfoss forms part of the Golden Circle. It’s an incredible sight that you are not likely to forget.
Seljalandfoss Waterfall (Photo Stop) is located in south coast of Iceland. The waterfall drops 60m and is part of the Seljalands River that has its origin in the volcano glacier Eyjafjallajokull. Visitors can walk behind the falls into a small cave.
Skogafoss Waterfall (Photo Stop)
Is one of the largest and most elegant waterfalls in Iceland, it has a width of 25 meters and the cascade drops 60 meters.
Black Sand Beach (Photo Stop) Is the most famous black sanded beach in Iceland and one of the most well-known in the whole world. This is a place of wild and dramatic beauty where the roaring waves of the Atlantic Ocean power ashore with tremendous force.
Basalt Rock Column (Photo Stop) Within the mountain Reynisfjall, which towers high above the black sand beach with amazing basalt columned wall. This is a naturally formed cave within the wall.
Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Snow Cap (Photo Stop) (Note: Invisible If cloudy) Is one of the smaller ice caps of Iceland, north of Skogar and west of Myrdalsjokull. The ice cap covers the caldera of a volcano with a summit elevation of 1,651 metres (5,417ft). The volcano has erupted relatively frequently since the last glacial period, most recently in 2010.
Myrdalsjokull Hike to the Glacier (Walking Orientation)
(Opportunity To Meet Natural Ice Cave – Subject To Natural Phenomena)
Day 5 Hella ~ Jokulsarlon (3h30min) ~ Hella (B/L/Own Arrangement)
Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon (Photo Stop) Is a large glacial lake in southeast Iceland, and it developed into a lake after the glacial started receding from the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The lake has grown since then at varying rates because of melting of the glaciers. It recently became the deepest lake in Iceland, at over 248 meters and it is considered as one of the natural wonders of Iceland. It appears as “a ghostly procession of luminous blue icebergs”.
Diamond Beach (Photo Stop) Is a strip of black sand belonging to the greater Breioamerkursandur glacial plain, located by the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. As the icebergs in the lagoon melt, they drift out to sea, with many then washing up on the shore. This is a magnificent place for both sunset and sunrise, as the light works its magic through the ice.
Barnafoss – Children Waterfalls (Photo Stop) Ab0ve Hraunfossar (lava fall) there is another famous waterfall called Barnafoss (children’s fall). According to legend Barnafoss takes its name from two children who fell into the waterfall, a story about a Mother with her two young children
*Recommended Optional Tour :
– Ice Cave into the Glacier by Monster Truck (Around 1-1.5 Hours) (Adult € 220)/(Child € 180)
Gatklettur Rock View Point (Photo Stop) Is a famous, naturally formed stone arch found between the villages of Arnarstapi and Hellnar on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.
Bardur Saga Snaefellsnes Statue (Photo Stop) The Protector of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Barour Snaefellsas was the settler of this aream half a troll and half a man, but his mother was human. He came to Iceland in the 9th century and gave the peninsula its name, Snjofellsnes peninsula, but both words “snaer” and “snjor” mean snow in Icelandic. The structure of Bardar Saga Snaefellsas at Arnarstapi was made by sculptors, Ragnar Kjartansson
Londrangar Rock (Photo Stop) Londrangar basalt cliffs are a pair of volcanic lava peninacles that stick out from the sea on the coastline
Kirkjufellsfoss Waterfalls (Photo Stop) is situated in Kirkjufellsa river at the northern side of Snaefellsnes peninsula in West Iceland. This beautiful five-meter-high fall flows in a couple of levels and is divided into three separate spouts. As you stand before the fall you will see the pyramid-shaped mount Kirkjufell towering above, one of the most scenic and beautiful in Iceland
Hallgrimskirkja Church (Photo Stop) most notable Landmarks and is the largest church in Iceland. It’s 73 meters tall, and its tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city.
Sun Voyager Sculpture (Photo Stop) is a sculpture by Jon Gunnar Arnason, located next to the Saebraut road in Reykjavik, Iceland. This statue is sculpted out of stainless steel, and represents a voyage following the sun.
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre (Photo Stop)
Blue Lagoon (Photo Stop) is the geothermal hot spring is probably the most famous in Iceland , which is a beautiful blue colour. Here you can relax all your cares away, enjoy smearing mud on your face. It is particularly convenient as it near the airport
*Recommended Optional Tour : – Blue Lagoon Entrance Ticket (Adult) € 120 / (Child) – Subject to availability (Included : Hot Bath at Blue Lagoon Pool, Towel Provided, Complimentary Drink, Mud Mask & 1 Way Transfer Back to Hotel) *Note : Blue Lagoon where is protected and not allow swimming
Day 9 Keflavik / Amsterdam (3h) / Kuala Lumpur (13h) (B/MOB) Transfer to Airport at 3am (Box Breakfast Provided)
Day 10 Arrival Kuala Lumpur
** The sequence of itinerary, meals and hotel arrangement are subject to the final adjustment of the local ground operator. ** (10EKA) ** TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY **