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    January 24 2018

    Experience Iceland’s Golden Circle and Geothermal Baths With This Deal From Icelandair

    Book your trip to some of Iceland’s most quintessential locations now through May 31st.

    An exciting day along Iceland’s Golden Circle followed by a dip in the country’s famous geothermal baths may be exactly what you need to cure the winter blues! Starting now through May 31st, Icelandair is offering a discount on its Golden Circle and Geothermal Baths package where you will have the unique opportunity to tour some of Iceland’s scenic natural wonders, experience cultural traditions, and unwind in the relaxing hot springs.

    Your tour includes travel accommodations to and from several hotel locations, including Grand Hótel Reykjavík, Hótel Saga, Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Natura, Hilton Reykjavík Nordica, Hotel Cabin, and Fosshótel Reykjavík. Your professional driver and guide will bring you directly to your adventure’s starting point to ensure a seamless excursion.

    The journey begins with a trip to some of Iceland’s most famous locations, including Gullfoss waterfall, Thingvellir National Park, and the Geysir hot spring area. Discover local geysir activities and take the perfect Instagram shot at this location!

    With such a jam-packed morning, you’re bound to begin feeling hungry. Thankfully, the next stop is a detour into town to enjoy the rare and delicious Icelandic custom of homemade rye bread that has been naturally baked underground in a steam oven.

    Once refreshed and ready for your next adventure, travelers will embark on a scenic journey through the countryside with mountains, lakes, and lava fields as a backdrop to the the breathtaking lakeside region of Laugarvatn. Then relish in the tranquil powers of the natural steam baths and warm sand beaches to complete your perfect Icelandic day.


    For only $129* per person, you can experience the trip of a lifetime! Click here to book your tour today, and be sure to send us your pictures by tweeting us @IcelandNatural!

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