Pink Iceland welcomes VIP and Luxury travelers. Iceland may be a rugged country but you can trust a company like Pink Iceland to know exactly where to find a bit of luxury and indulgence in between the awesome adventures you've most likely come here for.
Whether it's the perfect helicopter tour around the country or something more simple like a secluded super luxury restaurant built into the ground you won't find in any of the guidebooks - we will make it happen. If you don't know what you want to do, Pink Iceland will help you figure it out.
This is a premium service with a premium price tag - but we can pretty much guarantee a premium experience.
VIP & LUXURY TRAVEL
Here are a few highlights from an itinerary set up for a group of friends celebrating a birthday in Iceland
Private "Mimosa" Pickup from the airport in a Luxury SUV. Eva and Birna (two of Pink Iceland's owners and well known Djs) created tailor made playlist for the group based on their musical interests.
The transfer included sightseeing of the Reykjanes Peninsula with a visit to the Gunnuhver geothermal area with 100 different craters and a toast was made on the bridge between the Eurasian and American tectonic plates.
This was followed by an exciting ATV tour between lava and black sand up on the mountain Hagafell with a good view over the Blue Lagoon and the island of Eldey.
The dip in the Blue Lagoon was perfect after this start of the day and the guests took their time and got massages, spa treatments and a drinks at the Lagoon bar.
Next up, the check-in to one of the boutique hotels in Iceland and a nap to recharge the batteries. A Pink Iceland guide was on stand by throughout. The night started with cocktail hour followed by a dinner reservation at one of Iceland's world class restaurants.
Breakfast was followed by a Super Jeep pick up for a Private Pink Iceland Golden Circle Tour. The tour includes some of Iceland’s most stunning sights, hot spring Strokkur shooting water up to 40 meters in the air, the Gullfoss waterfall and the historical and geological wonder that is Þingvellir National Park, where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates slowly pull apart.
Next up was a private river jet ride followed by lunch at Reykholt, where guests enjoyed the lobster menu. The group returned to Reykjavík in time for dinner and and a Northern Lights Hunt in a 4x4 stocked with beer and bubbly.
A helicopter tour with a great views of the city, coast line and the mountains to the south and east of Reykjavik followed by a farewell lunch and some last minute shopping.