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Number of Reviews: 13 Overall score: *****
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Cycle Southern Iceland

Cycle Southern Iceland

5
This was my first cycling holiday, at first I was not sure what was in store but by the end of the trip I left wanting more. Spectacular scenery, clean,clear air, sparkling rivers and streams, dramatic waterfalls. Miles and miles of un spoilt vistas, sometimes without a sign of mankind in sight apart from us. Dramatic landscape with the most amazing colours.
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Cycle Southern Iceland

MSI Cycle Southern Iceland

4
Fascinating country, scenery of Glaciers, Geysirs, Waterfalls and wonderful sunsets. A bit expensive for accommodation and £8 for a beer!! ( buy some at the airport on arrival). The cycling was relatively easy, only 1 real climb on the final day but the wind made it harder, I personally would have like to have cycled a bit around Fjallabak instead of spending all day in the bus. The weather was great for us, sunny, no rain, a bit windy, quite warm but be prepared for anything!
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Cycle Southern Iceland

Stunning Scenery

4
Stunning scenery - glaciers, waterfalls, mountains. Wonderful swimming both in rivers and pools. Good cycling terrain although some roads were very busy. Accommodation was mostly shared facilites but comfortable with very good food
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Cycle Southern Iceland

Cycle Southern Iceland

4
7 Days of great companionship, breath taking views and outstanding hospitality. The landscape is constantly changing, drivers were extremely courteous, giving cyclists a wide berth were ever possible.
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Cycle Southern Iceland

Cycling Southern Iceland

5
This is an amazing trip! You cycle through the most stunning landscape; passing ancient glaciers, rainbow filled waterfalls, and volcanos that are waiting to show their might! You see black sand beaches, puffins, the most photogenic ponies, and if you're lucky and look really carefully you might see the Icelandic elves. You can spend a week learning to pronounce Eyjafjallajökull (badly)! You feast on local salmon and lamb, and stay in guest houses with a warm welcome.
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Cycle Southern Iceland

Iceland in June

4
A great trip taking in the most famous sights of Iceland. You get to see some of the main tourist attractions (waterfalls, geysers etc) but for most of the time you are cycling along quiet remote roads. If the tour leader is anything like ours they will also give you an insight into the country, its geography and people.
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