Make the most of Iceland’s atmospheric winter days exploring the country’s exquisite natural beauty. From spouting geysers to plunging waterfalls and immense frozen glaciers, this island’s incredible natural phenomena are certain to intrigue and enthrall those of any age. Venture behind the water curtain of Seljarlandfoss waterfall, watch the children’s eyes light up at the gurgling explosions of geysers, explore kooky Reykjavik and enjoy a soothing soak in the Blue Lagoon. The unique spirit and moving landscapes of this special land make for an unforgettable family experience.

Highlights

A Reykjavik city tour introduces you to the best sights of the world's northernmost capital, from the gorgeous old harbour to the iconic Hallgrimskirkja church

Enjoy guided walks in Solheimajokull and Skaftafell National Park, each one a stunning arena of glacial scenery

Snorkel in between two continental plates at the Silfra fissure. You and the family will have several hours to explore the crystal-clear waters and lush greenery of this world-class diving spot

Explore the largest man-made ice cave in the world – an other-worldly tunnel stretching some 800 metres into the Langjokull Glacier

Spectacular no matter when you see it, Gullfoss is more than just Iceland's largest waterfall. In the sun, it's graced by a dazzling rainbow; in the cold, its cascades shimmer with ice

A free day in Reykjavik is the perfect chance for some quality down-time. Walk or cycle around the harbour front, or perhaps head to Laugardalur to visit the kids' zoo

There's nothing like basking in the mineral-rich pools of the Blue Lagoon – you'll come out feeling like a million dollars at the end of your trip