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Iceland Horizon

Reykjavik, Iceland
About Iceland Horizon
Operating only a few select daily scheduled tours which are always in small groups, Iceland Horizon is a small, family run tour operation with no intention of becoming a large bus company. Our philosophy has always been that you are travelling on a guided tour and the bus is just a means of transport, keeping the experience more personal, friendly and fun for both travellers and guides. We also arrange tours for groups wanting a private or individual arrangement.
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Kevin M wrote a review 12 Oct
7 contributions1 helpful vote
Pickup/Dropoff was on time, pickup instructions were clear. Our tour guide, Fronor (sorry if I spelled that incorrectly) was knowledgeable, funny, and kind. He drove safely for the entirety of the trip. Fronor gave us background information and good sightseeing tips for each of our stops, he pointed out interesting and unique sights along the drive, and he made the downtime on the rest of the drive enjoyable with his insights into Icelandic culture, folklore, music, and food. Ask him about his favorite Icelandic letter, and his favorite spots around Reykjavik! 10/10 would book with Iceland Everywhere again.
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Date of experience: October 2021
milomorganville wrote a review Sep 2021
morganville64 contributions59 helpful votes
We were supposed to be on a small group tour but at the last minute they switched to a group of 15. It was pouring rain but still able to see the main sights. - Waterfalls and geothermal areas. I think all of the tours to these sights are the same so pick a tour company that is priced well and meets your time frame.
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Date of experience: September 2021
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NewYawker212 wrote a review Aug 2021
New York City, New York4 contributions1 helpful vote
We loved Anna. I’m addition to doing a wonderful job explaining what we were seeing, she added some real Icelandic flavor, telling us about her life growing up in Iceland, teaching us about the culture. She adapted quickly to an unexpected detour and made sure we still hit all our sites. Truly delightful.
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Rebecca P wrote a review Feb 2020
Middletown, Connecticut24 contributions31 helpful votes
Our originally scheduled night was cancelled due to poor conditions but we were easily able to reschedule for the following day. We were picked up promptly at our hotel and I enjoyed the Northern Lights museum at the beginning to help provide an understanding of what we were looking for. Our guide, Andres, was excellent at providing realistic expectations about what we were hopefully going to see and made it very clear that it was not a guarantee. We were so very luckily to see a display of the Northern Lights in two different areas. Even though they were not strong enough to really appreciate with our eyes (as much as I'd have liked) I was able to capture some gorgeous pictures. I loved that Andy was sharing the ways that they looked for the lights (different websites and tools) because we went out on our own two nights later. Honestly, the tour was a much more fun/easy way to watch for the lights than just the two of us standing out in the middle of nowhere. I would highly recommend this tour!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Toni A wrote a review Feb 2020
14 contributions
Iceland is a magical land! You may do the tours but it is an easily navigated by car. I rented a car with my family. We hit all the highlights for free. All of the natural wonders can be accessed without a payment. We saw the black sand beaches, waterfalls, and the northern lights without paying a cent. The Blue Lagoon is about $90 USD for the premium package. WORTH IT! It includes 2 face masks a beverage and a reservation at the Lava Restaurant. There is a small adjustment period for driving. You will get used to the roads in about a day. It was a bit snowy and icy but I have driven extensively in the North East USA. The people are very friendly. Everyone speaks English. If you want to buy alcohol purchase in the airport and also souvenirs are cheaper at the airport. Alcohol is about $10-$15 dollars a drink everywhere. There are plentiful happy hours that offer 50% off throughout town. Reykjavík is a walking town. You can go everywhere on foot but most of the sights are from 40 min to 2.5 hours away. It was a magical time in winter and it’s low season. If you have a correct outerwear it is wonderful! We had a wonderful family (adults) vacation!
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Date of experience: February 2020