Tailor Made Luxury in Iceland

Exclusive Experiences

Find below a small Selection of Exclusive Experiences in the most attractive places in Iceland! Of course, I have prepared many more incredible experiences and activities in Iceland, so do not hesitate to contact me!

Diving with Guillemots, Westfjords.
This remote and uninhabited area of ​​Iceland is known for its incredible landscapes and wild nature, and is considered “the last wild land in Europe”. Súlnastapi is a rock with a depth of 10-20 meters; Thousands of birds nest on the rock at this time of year and millions on the nearby cliff of Hælavíkurbjarg: Mainly Guillemots, Kittiwakes and Fulmars, but also cormorants, puffins, gulls and other birds.
Enjoy the unique experience of watching these birds dive underwater to catch their food!
Dinner in a lava tube
Live the experience of dining inside one of Iceland’s unique lava tunnels. Dive into this glorious natural wonder as you enjoy delicious gourmet food and blend into Iceland’s diverse landscape. This is a very intimate dining experience, right in the heart of a magnificent lava structure. It is truly a once in a lifetime experience that you can only get while you are in Iceland!
Kayaking in the Langisjor inland lake
Langisjór Lake is a natural wonder with small islands and a unique setting with one end near the edge of a glacier. It is quite difficult to visit and can only be accessed from mid-July to September. The whole experience of traveling, climbing and mountain climbing and of course kayaking in the Langisjór area is breathtaking.
Heli-Biking down Hengill volcano
You will fly out of Reykjavik, over a steaming geothermal region, and land at the peak of the Hengill volcano. Away from the town, you will descend a unique track in constant change, stopping only to enjoy the majestic views. As the afternoon continues, the super-jeep will pick you up on the Edge lava trail and take you back to Reykjavik.
This is an unforgettable experience suitable for experienced mountain bikers.
Tailor Made Luxury in Iceland – William Fogg

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