Incredible self-drive Iceland holiday with a luxurious National Geographic Unique Lodge stay

Hotel Vellir, near Reykjavik & Hotel Husafell, West Iceland

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Kirkjufell, Snæfellsnes peninsula

Hvitserkur

Northern Lights

Barnafoss waterfall

Arnarstapi Cliffs, Snæfellsnes peninsula

Hotel Husafell

Hotel Husafell

Geysir (Golden Circle)

Gullfoss (Golden Circle)

Blue Lagoon

Langjokull Glacier

Icelandic Ram

Double room, Hotel Vellir

Hotel Vellir

Northern Lights

Double room, Hotel Vellir

Hotel Vellir

Hotel Vellir

Reykjavík

Thingvellir National Park (Golden Circle)

Blue Lagoon

Thingvellir National Park (Golden Circle)

Sun Voyager, Reykjavík

Hotel Husafell

Hotel Husafell

Icelandic Horses

Northern Lights

Geysir (Golden Circle)

Blue Lagoon

Ólafsvíkurkirkja, Ólafsvík, Snæfellsnes peninsula

Hotel Husafell

Hotel Husafell

Hotel Husafell

Northern Lights

Hraunfossar waterfall

Icelandic Horses

Geysir (Golden Circle)

Gullfoss (Golden Circle)

Kirkjufell, Snæfellsnes peninsula

Blue Lagoon

Gatklettur, Arnarstapi, Snæfellsnes peninsula

Icelandic Ram

Hallgrimskirkja, Reykjavík

Icelandic Horses

Gullfoss (Golden Circle)

Thingvellir National Park (Golden Circle)

Icelandic Ram

Northern Lights

Discover Iceland at your own pace with a self-drive holiday between two scenic destinations - including breakfast, dining discounts, a stay at a National Geographic-recommended unique lodge, flights and car hire

Hafnarfjordur

You€'ve seen the pictures, now experience it for yourself. In the past few years, Iceland has soared in popularity as a don't-miss destination, due in no small part to its magical, mythical landscape; full of jaw-dropping vistas, steamy springs and sprawling glaciers as well as its supporting role on Game of Thrones. Whilst you're in Hafnarfjordur near Reykjavik, make the most of your self-drive freedom and visit the Blue Lagoon, or drive into the super-scenic Golden Circle.

Husafell

Husafell in West Iceland combines fire and ice, with its unique situation between a glacier and a lava field. It's a superb place from which to view the Northern Lights without light pollution - on average, they make an appearance three times a week in the winter. The area is home to a plethora of natural wonders which you can explore, including Hraunfossar & Barnafoss waterfalls, the Krauma Geothermal Baths & Spa and the Langjokull Ice Cave. Tours that take you inside the glacier conveniently depart from just outside the hotel. You can also take a drive up to the scenic Westfjords, pay a visit to the "Troll Rock", Hvitserkur, or head towards the Snæfellsnes peninsula, often compared to a miniature version of Iceland for its diverse scenery. There you can watch for seals at Ytri Tunga beach, walk alongside the bird-blanketed cliffs of Arnarstapi, visit the ancient fishing village of Hellnar, and snap Kirkjufell - the most photographed mountain in Iceland. And to top if off? You'll be checking in to one of National Geographic's Unique Lodges of the World.


Good to know


Please be aware that the Northern Lights are a naturally occurring phenomenon, so whilst we hope you'll get to see them, we can't guarantee they'll oblige. Northern Lights are usually visible until the end of April.


To enjoy your winter Iceland driving experience safely, be sure to check the official Icelandic road conditions and weather website and learn more about driving in Iceland (often with videos packed with Icelandic humour) on https://safetravel.is/driving.

For more details, please see our FAQ page.