I'm Lithuanian who has been living in Norway, Sweden, Nepal, Austria and most of my adult life I've spent here in Iceland. Once I met some outdoor people who had so much fun on a glacier that I decided to become an outdoor guide myself, so for the last 6 years that's what my life is about : extreme outdoors including ice climbing, snowboarding, hiking, snowmobiling and boats. Iceland is just a perfect playground for that!
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Custom-made trips across Iceland. From relaxed family holiday to extreme outdoors adventure, Iceland has so much to offer and I am ready to design a perfect holiday for you."
How did you get involved in travel?
"I think I was born with this desire to explore more. When I was 16, I took my first solo trip to Estonia and I've got completely hooked. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"There is a little fjord town in Iceland, where an old man made an old church into a hostel. I've been staying there completely alone and going fishing with him every day. I think the beauty of the travels are these little cozy moments. "
Featured trips & expertise
Nine days is a comfortable amount of time to explore two of Iceland's regions. Consider a leisurely road trip around the famed Ring Road, getting off the main route to spend time in Thorsmork and the Highlands or the Westman Islands (a favorite local hideaway). The five itineraries below take you to popular areas, like the Golden Circle and South Coast, while also incorporating lesser-known territories, including the Snaefellsnes Peninsula and the Westfjords.
This epic 12-day road trip is a perfect way to absorb Iceland as you traverse all four corners of the country. You'll visit popular spots along the famous 828-mile (1,332 km) Ring Road, while also having the opportunity to escape the crowds as you detour through the Westfjords with some of Iceland's most dramatic landscapes (great for mountain biking and kayaking). The self-drive loop also includes stops in Iceland's two biggest cities, and numerous natural sites like volcanoes, waterfalls, lava fields, black sand beaches, glaciers, and blockbuster attractions in the Golden Circle.
With 7-9 days in Iceland, we recommend you hit the road and explore the incredible wonders further afield from Reykjavik. We’ve put together these unique one week Iceland itineraries which let you explore a variety of landscapes: volcanoes and lava fields, green pastures and farmlands, scenic vistas above fjords, beaches of every color, glaciers and ice caves, and the rugged interior. Here are our recommended drives, an option for all travelers and seasons.
This 10-day driving itinerary is great for the summer when the crowds of the south coast and golden circle area are at their peak and accommodation can be hard to find. Instead, escape to the more remote areas of the country to experience some of the best that Iceland has to offer, with few other people to share it with.
This itinerary packs a lot into 8 days, but if you have limited time and have your heart set on driving the entire Ring Road, then this guide will be your best friend for the journey.