We've teamed up with the Reykjavik Feminist Film Festival to offer Iceland's most iconic day tour with a distinct feminist twist. You'll see the famous erupting Geyser, The National Park, Tectonic Plates, and Iceland's most famous waterfall. Please note that this is a special, one-off event on offer only on January 17th, 2020.
Your Golden Circle journey will begin by treading in the footsteps Aria & Sansa Stark, and Vigdís Finnbogadóttir, first elected female head of state in the world, at Thingvellir National park. You’ll walk through the gorges, that are being torn apart as the tectonic plates rip away from each other and if you listen closely, you just might hear the echos of the Vikings deliberating at this UNESCO world heritage site of the first parliament in the world.
The renowned Geysir geothermal area is not to be missed as you’ll walk the path through boiling ground, but be on your guard as the geyser Strokkur will erupt when you least expect it. Be careful, this place is hot hot hot!
The majestic waterfall Gullfoss is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world. It was so cherished by the locals in the countryside that the local woman Sigríður Tómasdóttir often walked all the way to Reykjavik to try and prevent it from being harnessed for electricity. This was in the early 20th century before they had built roads in the area.