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Gray Line Iceland

Reykjavik, Iceland
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About Gray Line Iceland
Gray Line Iceland is a leading tourism specialists in Iceland, offering a range of sightseeing, day tours, vacation packages and tailor-made travel services. Building on more than a quarter-century of experience, Gray Line is the go-to local expert for sightseeing and destinations around Iceland. The company proudly carries the "Blue Diamond" logo of Gray Line World Wide, which guarantees the same level of care, professionalism and dedication that has fuelled the success of the planet's largest sightseeing company for over 100 years.
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Golden Circle Classic Day Trip from Reykjavik

From towering waterfalls to bubbling geysers, some of Iceland’s most dramatic landmarks are clustered around the Golden Circle. This full-day, guided coach tour takes in the highlights, including Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss Waterfall, and Strokkur Waterspout. Let someone else navigate and drive, so you can relax and enjoy the spectacular views as a guide shares the fascinating stories behind the scenery. Tour includes convenient pickup and drop-off from Reykjavik.
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7 hours
from US$ 65.15

Northern Lights Night Tour from Reykjavik

On this Northern Lights tour, travel outside Reykjavik with a guide who knows the area’s dark country roads. Relax on a coach bus as you head to the best viewing spots, hearing about the science of this unique natural phenomenon and its related Icelandic folklore. You also get great photography advice, and if for some reason you don’t see the lights, you can take another trip for free.
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3 to 5 hours
from US$ 46.20

South Coast and Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Day Tour from Reykjavik

Ice-strewn Jokulsarlon—one of Iceland’s top sights—attracts thousands of visitors every year hoping to get a close look at the glacier lagoon. This tour combines a lagoon cruise with a coach tour of southern Iceland, stopping at waterfalls and scenic viewpoints on your way to visit one of the country’s natural wonders.
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14 hours
from US$ 164.65
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Julie P wrote a review Yesterday
Glasgow, United Kingdom34 contributions20 helpful votes
I would actually give 3 and 3/4 points for tour The tour was good, guide was friendly and knowledgeable but I prefer a smaller tour where the guide takes you around the places you visit and explain what you are seeing, I felt we got off the bus and where left to wander, it’s a very long day also but the sights are worth seeing and the bus is comfy (although very warm) with phone charging and WiFi available at every seat
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Date of experience: October 2021
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Shona wrote a review 20 Oct
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Would definitely recommend this tour to see some of the best parts of Iceland, the trip was made even better by our tour guide Bjarni, with his passion and knowledge for the country
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Date of experience: October 2021
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racheljrainbow wrote a review 19 Oct
Oxford, United Kingdom105 contributions49 helpful votes
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This is a must do for anyone coming to Iceland. The tour guide was very helpful and it was an easy way to see some of the big ticket sights - waterfalls geysirs and some of the amazing natural sights
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Josh wrote a review 19 Oct
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DO NOT book a Northern Lights tour with anyone, let alone Grayline. Read the reviews, no one can guarantee and while I can understand that, it's a complete waste of money and they don't refund. Sure, they offer to rebook but really, who in their right minds will keep going back at 9pm for a 4-hour tour and get back to the hotel at 1am, then having activities all day, then going back for a "possibility" of Northern Lights? There was a family with us who was on their 3rd tour trying to see it! Really? Don't you think that Grayline knew there wasn't anything those days to see, to keep rebooking them 3-4 times in a row?? Ok, they say vouchers can be used for up to 2 years but let's be serious, who visits Iceland that often? Some may, but not the average person. The average person visits that one time and then goes on to visit another country. Oh, and the tour guide was an elder gentleman who was extremely rude. I wouldn't have said anything if at least I would have seen the Northern Lights, but his behavior and telling someone to "be quiet" when they were asking a question was quite appalling and uncalled for. I was ready to go right there and then, why the heck are you subjecting PAYING customers to such rude behavior. So anyway, we ended stopping at a church and an empty parking lot. Woo-Hoo, big deal. Be truthful and if you claim to REALLY be offering true customer service, then do the right thing and offer a refund when there are NO /northern Light, instead of pocketing all the money and we get NOTHING out of it. Or, at ;east may 50%, which covers MORE THAN HALF of your cost of the expenses between bus and salary (yeah, salary paying a rude tour guide). Thanks, but no thanks, never again Grayline. Oh and let me guess, they are going to reply to this review apologizing for the tour guide's behavior and saying they don't guarantee the lights, and then that's it. Nothing else, nothing more. So thanks but no thanks for your apology. If you REALLY want to apologize and make it right, offer a refund. Otherwise, spare me your waste of an EMPTY apology just because you HAVE to do it. It serves NOTHING. STOP giving apologies and START giving paying customers their money back, at least part of it, for something they never got.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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Rivka C wrote a review 14 Oct
Milwaukee, Wisconsin4 contributions
The guide was funny and informative. We had plenty of time at each stop and were absolutely mezmorized by the nature and adventure itself. It was raining when we went, which dampened the experience a little and there was no food allowed on the bus which made it hard since we skipped breakfast and then had to shorten our time by the falls looking for food. Besides for that, defintely a must see and a great experience overall.
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Date of experience: October 2021
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