Here you will find the Golden Circle tours by Bus

Come and join others in a Small Group Golden Circle experience

If you are more into private tour options then check out this selection

Some info about the Golden Circle

We have the selection of experienced tour operators for your best Golden Circle experience to travel and see Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir.

  1. Parliament
    Þingvellir National Park is special for a variety of reasons. One of which is that in 930, Parliament was established at Þingvellir and it remained there until 1798. The founding of Parliament was the founding of the nation of Iceland as the first meeting in 930 laid ground for common cultural heritage and national identity. It then is perhaps not too surprising that the Prime Minister of Iceland as a cottage at Thingvellir for one must remember the past to help design the future.

  2. Continental Drift
    Another interesting tid-bit about Þingvellir National Park is that its location is between the European and N. American tectonic plates. You can even see the rift in a vertical canyon at Þingvellir, called Almannagjá. And for the scuba-certified, you can scuba at Silfra fissure – perhaps your only chance to be able to touch Europe and N.America at the same time. Keep in mind that every year, the plates drift about 2cm apart.
  3. Gullfoss
    Gullfoss Waterfall is a very popular tourist attraction and perhaps the most magnificent thing about the fall is how close you can get to it – especially in the summer. During the winter months, looking at it from a distance may be your only choice, but it’s for your safety. When you first approach Gullfoss the crevice is obscured from view, so it is as if the waterfall falls into the Earth, and not into Hvítá river. It’s big, it’s loud, it’s worth checking-out.

  4. Geysir, as the name suggests, is a geyser. The name ‘geyser’ in English, actually derives from the Icelandic word Geysir. The geyser you will see erupt into the sky is, however, not the famous Geysir, but one called Strokkur. It erupts every few minutes to heights of up to 30 meters.
  5. Kerið
    A number of years ago, the State held an auction and a group of friends can now proudly tell whomever will listen that they own a volcano! Kerið is a volcanic crater and more often than not it’s included as a stop on the Golden Circle Tour. As it is privately owned, a small cover-charge to visit Kerið is collected.

"Welcome to the Golden Circle tour website"

We have collected together the finest Golden Circle tour operator on this site.  The goal is to make it easier for visitors to find appropriate Golden Circle experience in one place.

All our tour operators have years of experience and offer only good guides and transportation.

The Golden Circle Iceland is the route including Thingvellir National Park,  the waterfall Gullfoss and the infamous Geysir, the erupting hot spring area.

Whether you are looking for a comfortable economic bus tour, to join others in a smaller group or make a totally private tour we do have the right solution for you.