Mother / daughter tour of Iceland in February

  A couple is visiting Iceland in February 2018

“My daughter and i would like to experience iceland . Northern lights, hot springs etc. We would like to see a lot of nature. Maybe see where game of thrones is filmed. Be somewhat pampered. Have some free time. Travel with a budget in mind. See things we can not see in boston or south carolina.”


Preeti Bhide, a local specialist from Iceland, helped this traveler put together a customized itinerary based on Iceland in Winter: How to make the most of limited daylight.

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Thank you for your request. Welcome to kimkim, and thank you for your request. This is Preeti, I specialise in customised holidays all over Iceland and would be happy to help you with a fantastic holiday next February. 
February is a great time to see Iceland in its beautiful winter cloak and the northern lights with very few tourist crowds.

I recommend a tour to the South Coast where you will see some of the most famous attractions of Iceland, visit some hot springs and some offbeat lesser known sights. 
Some ideas for a different experience are ice caving and a tour inside the magma chamber of an extinct volcano.

Are you looking to drive yourselves or have guided group tours? 
I am a Game of Thrones fan myself. We can definitely plan in a tour to the sites. If you prefer a self-drive, I can include all the filming locations as part of your detailed itinerary.

Let me know what you prefer and I can send you more details.

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Preeti. Nice to meet you. We were hoping to go on guided tours since I am not so sure about driving in the snow and ice. Does that mean we will not be able to see any Game of Thrones locations?

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It will be no problem to have guided tours, and we can also arrange a guided tour to the Game of Thrones filming locations, so no worries.

Here is a rough plan I recommend: 
10th February - Arrival in Iceland. Coach transfer to Reykjavik with a stop at the Blue Lagoon. 
11th February - Free day in Reykjavik (with a sightseeing itinerary included). Northern Lights tour in the evening. 
12th February - Game of Thrones guided tour. 
13th February - Visit the Golden Circle and part of the South Coast. Overnight close to Vik. Northern Lights hunt in the evening if conditions are favourable. 
14th February - Join an ice caving tour and visit the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. Overnight in the South East. Northern Lights hunt in the evening if conditions are favourable. 
15th February - Take a short glacier hike in the Skaftafell National Park. Drive back to Reykjavik. 
16th February - A relaxed morning after your busy south coast tour. A lava caving tour in the afternoon. 
17th February - Coach transfer to the airport. Departure from Iceland.

The price for this 8 day / 7 night trip is [price removed]

Let me know how this sounds and if you would like to include anything else.

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Itinerary looks great!

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