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Number of Reviews: 22 Overall score: *****
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Grand Tour of Iceland

Iceland Circumnavigation Aug 2016

4
Good overall tour encompassing Iceland's main areas. Iceland is an expensive country and some parts of the tour were quite basic versus high cost. Would recommend that you visit Iceland as it is surprisingly greener than you think.
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Grand Tour of Iceland

Grand Tour of Iceland - Fire and Ice

5
Since the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull in 2010, tourism has boomed in Iceland, and the Icelanders have embraced it. The affection Icelanders have for their country is obvious. There is a very relaxed and welcoming vibe in this land of few stop signs and many yields.
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Grand Tour of Iceland

A Great exploration of a beautiful country

5
Certainly a very complete tour of Iceland, I felt we explored a lot of the country, really only missing the far northwest. So much to explore, great waterfalls (AFW), areas of previous volcanic activity, wildlife, sea landscapes, new foods, a unique language, geothermic areas.
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Grand Tour of Iceland

Superb tour of a magnificent country

5
Many people are put off travelling to Iceland by its reputation as an expensive country. While it's not cheap, it more than repays you in its stunning landscapes, fascinating geological history, abundance of birdlife and wonderful food. This trip is certainly worth the investment as you get to explore beyond the tourist laden 'Golden Circle' and see more remote parts of the country with an expert guide in tow. If you have any doubts, put them aside and book. You won't be sorry!
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Grand Tour of Iceland

Grand Tour of Iceland

5
This trip was even better than the Trip Notes suggested, largely due to the very high quality of our tour leaders. We had much better weather than expected, and the accommodation was (with one exception) far better than we had envisaged.
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Grand Tour of Iceland

Amazing Iceland

5
Iceland is every photographers dream with its incredible scenery, active volcanoes, geothermal features, geysers, glaciers and many waterfalls. The distances a quite long here and the attractions plentiful so you need at least two weeks and preferably more to truly appreciate and take in the beauty of this amazing country.
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Grand Tour of Iceland

A quite outstanding tour!

5
I have been on over 50 tours with Exodus and other adventure travel companies, and this 'Grand Tour of Iceland' is right up there with the very best of them. A key point (agreed by everyone in the group): If you're going to visit Iceland once in your life, do it properly, with a full fortnight's tour of (almost) the whole country, rather than just a short trip to see part of it. Exodus' grand tour takes you right round the Ring Road, enabling you to experience Iceland in its full mind-blowing glory! Everything about this tour was good: incredible scenery, excellent accommodation (far better than I'd expected), great food, a brilliant group of travelling companions, a superb tour leader, and (unusually for Iceland, apparently) even the weather (in June) stayed fine almost all the time we were there.
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Grand Tour of Iceland

Grand tour of Iceland

5
My previous Exodus trip had been to India, a country that delivers an assault on your sense. Iceland did the same, but in the opposite direction. It was cold and windy, clean and fresh. The landscape was predominately monochrome.You could see for miles and when you stopped talking you heard only water, wind, birds and the odd sheep.
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Grand Tour of Iceland

Grand Tour of Iceland

5
Overall it was an interesting trip, seeing some strange and wonderful sites A lot colder than we first thought it would be this time of year, but Iceland is about a month behind in its weather. A few of the roads we needed to use were still closed, so had to do long round trips to get sack on track in a few places.
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