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 ...that Icelandic Horses have five gaits!! 

 Most horse breeds in the world move    around in walk, trot or gallop, butIcelandic  horses have two more gaits: the Pace, in  which the legs are moved very fast in  lateral pairs, and the Tölt, where the legs  are moved in a four beat rhythm, resulting  in a very comfortable gait for the rider.  Thus, competitions for Icelandic horses  include things such as Pace- Races, Tölt-  Events and Five- or- Four- Gait tests.


Be Inspired By Iceland

Whether you're traveling for relaxation or stimulation for the mind, body or tastebuds, arrive in Iceland and you,re immediately on an adventure.

Iceland entertains day and night, year-round. It's an extraordinary blend of scenic wonders and quirky characteristics created by a unique and highly creative culture, the personality of it's people and a virtuoso performance by Mother Nature.

Every season brings a new dimension. Spring wakens the country's inherent freshness, while in summer Iceland becomes a land of Midnight Sun, where daylight and the action barely wane.

The autumn skyscapes produce yet more colors, drawing photographers from all over the world to record the spectacle of the annual horse and sheep roundup and locals foraging for wild berries and herbs. In winter, try cross country skiing or experience the phenomena of the Northern lights.

​Visit us and we would make you experience this unravelled choice and the warmth of a people who delight in sharing their country with discoverers like you.

Icelanders are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. They love a good time, have great senses of humor and if there is a party to be had, they are the best ones to throw it. They are a people of acceptance, and that is so refreshing.

 ...that there are Thirteen Yuletide Lads in  Iceland!! They are dressed in woolens  with natural sheep colors, and they live in  the mountains. 13 days before Christmas,  the first one arrives in inhabited areas,  and after that one after another shows  up, each on his own day. They tease  people, by stealing candles or meat,  peeping through windows or slamming  doors. Their names are derived from  their  pranks. After Christmas, they  return, one  each day, to the mountains  again.


 ...that Iceland's oldest songbook,  Grallarinn, dates from 1594? It is still  being used today, and it is as popular as  ever. Most Icelanders love to sing, and  there are  lot of choirs throughout the  country, both amateur and professional.  And when people get together, you can  expect them to burst into song at any  time!!

  Did you know ?

 ...that there is a website about  Icelanders' family trees, where people  can  trace their ancestry? Icelanders can find  ancestors there from many centuries  back, and it is not at all uncommon for  people to find out they are distant  descendants from one of the first settlers  in the 9th century. Also, you could find  out that your neighbor is actually your  cousin three times remote!!!


Day 4: Golden Circle 

We begin the morning to drive Friðheimar tomato greenhouse and horse farm and then enjoy  a spectacular horse show, showing the different gaits of the Icelandic horse. After the show, we continue to Gullfoss waterfall, one of Iceland’s most impressive waterfalls. We drive to Geysir geothermal area for lunch. At Geysir geothermal area you’ll see the famous great Geysir and the hot spring Strokkur spouting every few minutes. We continue further on to Þingvellir national park, a UNESCO heritage site and a place of tremendous interest.

Did you know ?

...that situated on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge,    Iceland is a hot spot of volcanic and  geothermal activity: 30 post- glacial  volcanoes have erupted in therapist two  centuries, and natural hot water supplies  much of the population with cheap,  pollution free heating. Rivers, too, are  harnessed to provide inexpensive  hydroelectric power.

 ...that Iceland is alone among  Scandinavian countries in retaining the  Old Norse system of patronymics as  opposed to surnames. If a man named  Einar has a son named Jón, the son's  name is Jón Einarsson. If Einar has a  daughter named Ásta, her name is Ásta  Einarsdóttir. Women do not change  names  when they marry, so if a married  couple  has a son and a daughter, every  family  member has a different last  name.  Children are often named after  their  grandparents, further adding to the  confusion. The upside is that when you  speak to Icelanders, you always know  which form of address to use. Icelanders  all call each other by first name, no  matter what their social relations. Even  the country's single, slender phone book  is alphabetized by first name.

One of the best cities in the world with colorful Graffiti

 Day 6: Departure

Private airport transfer from your accommodation to Keflavik International Airport. 

Day 3: Skaftafell – Jökulsárlón - Höfn 

Will start the day by crossing the enormous Eldhraun lava field formed by mighty glacial rivers. At Skaftafell you enjoy a hike to Svartifoss waterfell in Vatnajökull National Park.
We proceed to Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon & enjoy a boat tour on the Glacial Lagoon where huge icebergs, float and grind together in the still, deep waters of the lagoon.This is the location of many major films, such as James Bond – Die another Day; this is a cool place for all who come to Iceland.

 Day 2: South Shore 

We begin by driving towards Gluggafoss waterfall. We drive to the gorgeous Seljalandsfoss waterfall, were you can walk behind it to the other side. Then we continue to Skogafoss waterfall. We go to the epic plane wreck on the black sand beach. Now we continue to a nature reserve of puffins nest during the summer. At Reynisfjara beach, nature has built these remarkable columnar of basalt. Fun to climb in and enjoy the nature! 


                                                      WOMEN POWER

 "Countries develop faster and better, when women are part of decision making process"

 Iceland the world's global leader in gender equality is building future with women's  vision -

  •  Iceland is the world's global leader in gender equality (WEF, 2009-2013).
  • Iceland approved equal inheritance rights for men and women in 1850.
  • The female suffrage was introduced in Iceland in 1915.
  • The first woman elected to the Icelandic Parliament was Ingibjörg H. Bjarnason (1922).
  • The first female mayor in an Icelandic municipality was elected in 1957.
  • The first female Cabinet Minister in Iceland was elected in 1970.
  • Iceland elected the first female Head of State in the world – President Vigdís Finnbogadóttir- in 1980.
  • Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir became Iceland’s first female Prime Minister in 2009.
  • 42% of the candidates for the last elections in Iceland (2013) were women.
  • Today, 39,7% of the Parliamentarians in Iceland are women.
  • Iceland has a high rate of women’s participation in the labour market (77.6%)
  • 90% of children aged 1-5 years are in day-care in Iceland.
  • Since 2003, Icelandic fathers have an independent (not transferable to the mother) right to 3-months of paid parental leave.
  • A full ban on strip clubs was approved in Iceland in 2010.
  • Iceland passed a new law that obligates companies to have minimum 40% women or men in their boards in 2010. The law took effect September 1st 2013.
  • (As in 2014 by women in parliament)

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Day 1: Arrival via Blue Lagoon 

Meet and greet at the arrival hall at Keflavik International Airport. Your guide will welcome you to Iceland and escort you to your private coach. The Lagoon is a unique formation; a lagoon with pleasantly warm mineral-rich geothermal water in a middle of a black lava field. The high natural levels of silica and minerals give the Lagoon its rich blue colour.  After the Blue Lagoon we drive to your accommodation in Reykjavík.


Day 5: City Tour and Whale safari
After City tour and lunch, we start our voyage to watch Whales in the midst of Ocean.