Reykjavík
Blue Lagoon
Duration: 5 hours
Overview: The Blue Lagoon is a unique geothermal spa situated in the youngest lava field in west Iceland. Take a walk in the spectacular surroundings, bathe in milky blue-green water, relax in a geothermal steam bath or release the stress from your shoulders under a Blue Lagoon waterfall. Enjoy an outdoor massage or one of the spa treatments available. There is also a fantastic restaurant offering a la carte menu and a Blue Lagoon shop selling skin care products based on a unique blend of Blue Lagoon geothermal seawater active ingredients: minerals, silica and algae.
Reykjavik Greater Area Sightseeing
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Overview: See all the most significant sights in the capital and its surrounding towns such as the Presidential Residence at Bessastadir, the Restaurant Perlan and Hofoi House. Visit the town of Hafnarfjordur, home of elves and humans alike, a fishing harbor, a fish market (when it's open), towering Hallgrim's church, the University district, the old town centre with the Parliament Building and the New City Hall by the pond.
Puffin Tour with hotel pick up/drop off
Duration: 1 hour
Overview: During the breeding season the tour stops by one of the two puffin islands, Akurey or Lundey. It depends on the tide which of the islands you will sail to, but they are both inhabited by thousands of puffins. The boats get very close - providing an excellent photo opportunity. Spot other birds like eider ducks, black guillemots and cormorants. The puffin lays one egg per year and keeps the same mate every season. Rearing the chick is shared by both puffin parents. Puffins often live 20 years or more.
Flight Tour: Ice & Fire - Glaciers & Volcanoes
Duration: 1 to 2 hours
Overview: This is a magnificent tour over the Tindfjallajökull and Eyjafjallajökull glaciers in South Iceland. Between the ice and snowfields, visit Hekla, the most famous of Iceland's volcanoes, which last erupted in 2000. Other places of interest en route include Thingvellir, site of the world's oldest parliament, the Gullfoss golden waterfall, Thórsmörk Nature Reserve, the rhyolite peaks of Landmannalaugar and Geysir - one of the world's outstanding geothermal areas and the origin of the English word "geyser".
Flight Tour: Kulusuk – Greenland
Duration: 8 hours
Overview: Day trip to Greenland Board a short flight (approx. 2 hours) from Reykjavik to Kulusuk to visit beautiful Greenland's East Coast, home of the Ammassalik Inuit tribe. In Kulusuk are some of the east coast's most skillful craftsmen, whose tupilaks are of exceptional quality. Traditional hunting and fishing are still essential sources of income for many families in the settlement.

Upon arrival, the guide will escort you to the village, a mere 40-60 minutes' walk, where you can stroll around and meet some of the 360 local residents and view their quality crafts. Weather permitting; you'll be treated to kayaking demonstrations and an ancient drum dance reflective of the indigenous culture.