Iceland tours with people who guarantee adventure

iceland-mountTourism in Iceland is booming and visitors find themselves with more spending power than ever due to the current exchange rates strongly favouring visitors and their foreign money. As a result, a whole new range of exciting activities are now practical options for most Iceland visitors.

Many are choosing to use their spending advantage taking better tours and High North’s experienced team of Iceland tour guides are among those benefiting the most.

High North knows all the best places to go, and they tailor each and every trip according to weather, season and the customer’s personal wishes, meaning no two outings are ever the same.

Options include a variety of package Iceland tours and also the fun option of designing your own trip from scratch.

The famous Golden Circle is the one trip almost every tourist in Iceland goes on and the famous Thingvellir National Park, Geysir hot springs and Gullfoss waterfall are all easily accessible and a very interesting day out. But High North turns the trip into something altogether more unforgettable with the simple addition of a stop on the top of a glacier. High North can take you almost anywhere with its unshakable Icelandic super jeeps and experienced adventure guides.

Another popular High North day trip is the Ultimate Iceland Adventure, which brings the traveller on a trip to Iceland’s famous historical and geological site of Thingvellir, through the Kaldidalur rift valley, up on Langjokull glacier, across lava fields and to caves, waterfalls and hot springs.

The more adventurous or particular Iceland visitor is also welcome to create his or her own trip from the beginning down to the smallest detail. A week’s fly fishing in the Highlands, 24 hours to see as many volcanoes as possible, or an introduction to the country’s most beautiful road bridges – the options are only limited by imagination.

Further details about High North, the ultimate Iceland tour company can be found on www.highnorth.is

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