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Northeastern Region, Iceland

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Reykjavik: FlyOver Iceland Experience

1. Reykjavik: FlyOver Iceland Experience

Hang suspended, feet dangling, in front of a 20-meter spherical screen while a film whisks you away on an exhilarating journey across Iceland. Soar over land, sea and ice. Move with the arctic winds. This is an immersive flight experience. The ride utilizes state-of-the-art technology to give you the feeling of flying. Special effects, including wind, mist and smells, combine with the ride’s motion to create an unforgettable experience.  Before your flight begins, a storyteller and resident troll Sú Vitra will lead you through two unique adventures that’ll ignite your imagination with stories of Iceland, its people and the natural forces at work. Rides commence approximately every 15 to 20 minutes during operating hours. The total experience will take approximately 35 minutes, including the 8.5 minutes you’ll spend on the ride.

Perlan - Wonders of Iceland

2. Perlan - Wonders of Iceland

At Perlan you truly get to know Iceland, an island born of fire and ice. You feel the forces of nature and learn how Iceland was formed. Explore seabirds in a lifelike cliff and go on a cinematic underwater journey around Iceland. You explore the world’s first real indoor ice cave and learn all about glaciers at an interactive exhibition. The Icelandic Museum of Natural History also has an interactive and engaging exhibition at Perlan. There, you discover the mysteries of water in Icelandic nature; its unique features, life, and qualities. Finally, sit back in a first-class Planetarium to go on a virtual journey through the sky and experience the amazing Northern Lights all year around.

Perlan: Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show

3. Perlan: Áróra - Northern Lights Planetarium Show

Experience a world-class Planetarium which is the first one of its kind in Iceland. Áróra - The Northern Lights Planetarium Show is built inside one of Perlan's hot water tanks and features a state-of-the-art 8k projection and 7.1 surround sound system. Áróra is a piece of art that brought together Iceland's most notorious writers, musicians, and photographers. Embark on a journey, through the unique landscape of Iceland, to observe Northern lights as you've never seen them. Travel across time and space, to understand the science behind the mystery, and the stories that have been believed for millenniums.

Traditional Icelandic New Year’s Eve Bonfire

4. Traditional Icelandic New Year’s Eve Bonfire

One of Iceland’s oldest traditions is the practice of holding a bonfire on New Year’s Eve. Join in the festivities with this trip to the heart of Reykajavik, Iceland’s capital, for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to celebrate like the locals do. The bonfires unite neighbors, friends and strangers in celebration of the new year and the tour offers a glimpse into traditional Icelandic culture. Music and fireworks add to the holiday spirit, creating memories you won’t soon forget. Since the bonfire is outdoors, take care to dress warmly.

From Akureyri: Goðafoss Waterfall Tour with Hotel Pickup

5. From Akureyri: Goðafoss Waterfall Tour with Hotel Pickup

An easy and short tour to Goðafoss, also known as the water of the gods, which played a role in the christening of Iceland. We drive to the waterfall and spend some time there, and then we head back to Akureyri, stopping at some good photo points on the way if weather and time allow. On the way to Goðafoss, we drive on the east bank of Eyjafjörður and pass through the valley of Fnjóskadalur.

Fridheimar Farm: Stable Visit and Greenhouse Lecture

6. Fridheimar Farm: Stable Visit and Greenhouse Lecture

Enjoy the opportunity to learn more about the magnificent breed of horses from Iceland, the Icelandic Horse, with a visit to a local stable. First, arrive at the stable and be greeted by horse experts and the horses. While enjoying a cup of coffee or tea, listen as the horse specialists tell you all about the uniqueness of the Icelandic Horse, their historic importance, and their use today.  Then, meet the horses inside the stables, pet them and take pictures. As a highlight, watch as 1 horse is shown ridden on the oval track. Witness the 5 gaits of the Icelandic Horse: walk, trot, gallop, tölt, and flying pace.  After this, head over to the greenhouse and watch a lecture about how tomatoes are grown the whole year round in Iceland. See the amazing bumblebees, that help to pollinate the flowers of tomato plants, and even have a taste of the tomatoes.

From Akureyri: Private Lake Mývatn Day Trip with Local Guide

7. From Akureyri: Private Lake Mývatn Day Trip with Local Guide

A great tour around the lake Mývatn area where we see how the power of nature has formed the country and how it's still working beneath our feet. We explore beautiful spots and enjoy the stunning scenery along the way. We start our tour in Akureyri and drive east towards the beautiful Goðafoss waterfall, where we'll make our first stop. The waterfall is a place of significant historic value connected with when Icelanders took Christianity. We continue east from Goðafoss; we'll pass through the valley of Reykjadalur and head to Skútustaðir, where we see the pseudocraters. Our next stop is the stunning lava formations at Dimmuborgir. Dimmuborgir were formed about 2300 years ago when a partly cooled lava lake drained out and left magnificent basalt pillars and sculptures. After a short walk in Dimmuborgir, we'll travel to Grjótagjá, which was a popular underground bathing cave until the volcanic eruptions at Krafla 1975-1984. Those eruptions heated the water in the cave, so now it's too hot to bathe there. We now continue through the Námaskarð pass and go to the Hverarönd fumarole fields, a spectacular area showing the earth's inner power. After this, we'll be heading back towards Akureyri; if time, weather and conditions allow, we'll find some good places to stop for pictures

Fireworks in Iceland on New Year's Eve

8. Fireworks in Iceland on New Year's Eve

Fireworks are legal in Iceland and the locals make good use of this! After attending a community bonfire, locals warm up with food and drinks. The atmosphere intensifies at midnight as thousands of families gather in the streets, each making their own fireworks display. Tons of fireworks light up the sky in a massive display with unending explosions of color! This New Year's tour provides you with the opportunity to watch it all go down - or up! You can choose to be picked up at your hotel or you can join the tour company at their office. You will then travel to a favorable viewpoint, where the group will make a celebratory toast with a glass of sparkling wine while enjoying this magnificent event. Please remember to dress very warmly as we will be standing outside to watch the show!

Fridheimar: Icelandic Horse Stable Visit and 5-Gait Demo

9. Fridheimar: Icelandic Horse Stable Visit and 5-Gait Demo

Do you want to meet the famed Icelandic horse up close and learn more about this fantastic breed? Then join in for a visit to a Icelandic horse stable, where stable experts and horses await you.  While enjoying a cup of coffee or tea, specialists will tell you all about what makes the Icelandic horse unique, as well as their historic significance and how they are used today. Then you can meet the horses inside the stables, pet them, and take pictures. As a highlight, one horse is shown ridden around the oval track. Witness the five gaits of the Icelandic horse during a exciting demonstration; see the horse walk, trot, and gallop and witness the special tölt and flying pace.

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What people are saying about Northeastern Region, Iceland

Flyover Iceland has been an unforgettable experience, it really feels like if you’re flying over the country in unexplored wonderful places and the sensation with effects are the best! Thank u so much for do my birthday the best sharing with me this phenomenal and amazing country!

Really nice to get an overview of Iceland and see the sights to get an idea of where you really want to go. You feel immersed in the show. Loved it. Loved it.

Very good attraction, a lot more than I was expecting and you really feel like you're flying so much so my wife got a little queezy.

Perfect and beautiful Show. The Museum is so Good to get More about iceland

Good experience, fun, entertaining, and very well put together.