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Iceland Circumnavigation

Witness dramatic fjords and volcanic landscapes on this extraordinary 10 day circumnavigation of Iceland!

Type of tour:Escorted Tours
Season:16 May - 22 September
Duration:10 Days/9 Nights

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Embark on an adventurous circumnavigation of Iceland.

Witness the dramatic fjords and volcanic landscapes in this extraordinary 10-day circumnavigation of the Land of Ice and Fire.  Explore charming fishing villages and colourful geothermal areas, discover the icy beauty of glaciers and the friendliness of the locals. An endless array of cultural treasures and spectacular sights await your discovery. Experience an unforgettable journey around this island of ice and fire. Iceland is truly a country of striking contrasts and the diverse natural landscape provides the possibility for experiences like nowhere else on earth. This cruise reveals the country´s natural beauty and introduces you to the hardy folk living there.

A range of exciting shore excursions brings the unique character of Iceland closer to you.


Category Type Cabin features Size Deck
A Balcony Suite double bed or 2 twin beds, private bathroom with shower and bathtub, sitting area, TV with DVD-player, wardrobe, safe, refrigerator, individual temperature controls, satellite telephone access, hair dryer, full-size window with a sliding glass door, balcony Ca. 30 m² Deck 7
B Family Cabin double bed or 2 twin beds, private bathroom with bathtub, sitting area, TV with DVD-player, wardrobe, refrigerator, individual temperature controls, satellite telephone access, hair dryer, picture window Ca. 37m² Deck 4
D Outside Cabin - Picture Window double bed or 2 twin beds, private bathroom with bathtub, TV with DVD-player, wardrobe,refrigerator, individual temperature controls, satellite telephone access, hair dryer, picture window Ca. 17-19 m² Deck 4 + 5 + 6
O Outside Cabin - Obstructed View double bed or 2 twin beds, private bathroom with bathtub, TV with DVD-player, wardrobe, refrigerator, individual temperature controls, satellite telephone access, hair dryer, picture window  (view is obstructed) Ca. 17-19 m² Deck 5 + 6
P Outside Cabin - Porthole double bed, private bathroom with shower, TV with DVD-player, wardrobe, refrigerator, individual temperature controls, satellite telephone access, hair dryer, 2 portholes Ca. 19 m² Deck 3
T Triple Cabin - Porthole 2 twin beds and 1 upper bed, private bathroom with shower, TV with DVD-player, wardrobe, refrigerator, individual temperature controls, satellite telephone access, hair dryer, 2 portholes Ca. 19 m² Deck 3


  • No minimum or maximum participants


What to bring:

  • Dress code is casual, smart casual for Captain's table and farewell dinner. Leave ties, jackets and evening dresses at home
  • Warm clothes, including breathable, waterproof, windproof clothing
  • Hat
  • Scarf
  • Gloves
  • Sturdy footwear for zodiac tours and optional tours
  • Camera, binoculars, sunglasses
  • Sea sickness medication

Minimum age:

Minimum age is 8 years old.


  • Accommodation in booked cabin category
  • All meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • All water and coffee
  • All Zodiac excursions
  • All lectures from cruise staff and guest speakers
  • On-board entertainment program
  • Usage of gym and sauna-facilities


16 May 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed
25 May 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed
12 June 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed
21 June 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed
30 June 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed
09 July 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed
18 July 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed
13 September 2017German/EnglishGuaranteed1 night shorter on-board, one night extra in Reykjavik instead



Day 1: Reykjavik City - The world´s northernmost capital

Use your leisure time in Reykjavík to discover the quirky charm of the world’s northernmost capital, or book one of our pre-programs for a unique Iceland experience. The Ocean Diamond docks in the Old Reykjavík Harbour, right in the heart of the city, a mere five-minute stroll to the main squares, shopping and dining.

The ship departs Reykjavík harbour at 8pm.


Day 2: Stykkisholmur - A veritable feast of natural wonders

We begin our exploration of the magical Snaefellsnes peninsula from the picturesque town of Stykkisholmur in West Iceland. The peninsula is dominated by the Snaefellsnes National Park, which has within it nearly every type of nature found in Iceland. On board zodiacs you explore some of the thousands of islets dotting Breidafjördur Bay (UNESCO). The island and skerries are teeming with birdlife and have amazing basalt rock formations. Adventurous spirits may opt to join an expedition to Snaefellsjokull glacier which sits atop a 700,000 year old dormant volcano and served as the mystical entrance to the earth’s interior in Jules Verne’s novel, Journey to the Centre of the Earth.


Day 3: Isafjordur – Landscape to take your breath away

Today´s destination is Isafjördur, honorary capital of the Westfjords. This secluded peninsula is connected to the mainland by only a narrow strip of land and includes areas where cars have never been. The landscape provides jaw-dropping vistas of dramatic fjords carved out by ancient glaciers, sheer-sided mountains plunging into the sea and pristine vegetation. Drink in the delightful tranquility of the nature while sea-fishing, or observing thousands of puffins on the tiny island of Vigur, or marvelling at the cascading wonder that´s Dynjandi waterfall.


Day 4: Siglufjordur - Once called the Klondyke of the north

This morning we reach the fjord town of Siglufjordur or Siglo, which was once the hub of the world’s herring industry. Today the town is enjoying a rebirth in popularity through tourism and other innovations. Learn about the golden days of the herring industry at the award-winning Herring Era Museum on the lovely harbour front. The now uninhabited Hedinsfjordur inlet provides a breathtaking backdrop surrounded by the imposing mountains of the Tröllaskagi peninsula. Early evening we arrive in Akureyri, Iceland’s beautiful second city. Get a feel for the town’s Arctic charms with a leisurely stroll through the compact city centre and the world’s northernmost botanical gardens which hosts every flower native to Iceland.



Day 5: Akureyri - Steaming vents and bubbling mud pools

While docked for the second day in Akureyri we explore the nearby Lake Myvatn Nature Reserve. Visitors are left spellbound by the area’s unreal landscape where it seems as if “heaven and hell” have joined forces. One side of the lake features rugged remnants of volcanic activity, while the other is fertile with lush greenery and varied bird life. Shore excursion options include a trek to Askja volcano via Super Jeep in summer, or exploring the colourful Myvatn area year-round.


Day 6: Husavik – Meeting the Gentle Giants of the sea


Early morning we reach Husavik, also known as “The Whale Capital of Iceland.” In Skjalfandi Bay you can spot 15 different whale species, as well as dolphins and 30 varieties of bird. Catching a glimpse of the graceful ocean giants feeding and frolicking in their Arctic habitat is an unforgettable experience.


Day 7: Seydisfjordur – Scenery straight out of a fairytale

To explore Iceland’s East Fjords we dock in the strikingly picturesque port of Seydisfjördur. This fishing village, with its beautifully preserved houses, is nestled between steep mountain slopes and panoramic sea views. Activities to enjoy include seal spotting, horseback riding, kayaking in idyllic fjords and guided hikes of the scenic and historical Vestadalur area.



Seydisfjordur  |Egilsstadir

Day 8: Djupivogur –The majestic and surreal world of ice


The fishing village of Djupivogur in southeast Iceland is where we head off on our adventure of exploring the Vatnajökull glacier, Europe’s largest. We get taken right to the foot of the glacier on a 4WD Jeep tour, or enjoy a boat tour of Jökulsarlon glacial lagoon in summer. This stunning lagoon features drifting icebergs of all shapes and sizes floating and tumbling in a surreal glacial setting.


Day 9: Westman Islands – Pompey of the North

Located off the southwest coast of Iceland, the Westman Islands archipelago was formed by powerful submarine volcanic eruptions 10,000 years ago. The island of Surtsey dramatically emerged from the sea in 1963 and so geologically is one the youngest places on earth. We go ashore on Heimaey, the only inhabited island of the archipelago. Here the evidence of Iceland’s volcanic fury is starkly visible with houses still half-buried in ash from a violent eruption in 1973 when the entire island had to be swiftly evacuated. Aboard zodiacs we circumnavigate the island to take in the magical scenery and stop at places of interest to see the local bird life, visit caves and possibly spot whales. A memorable experience for golf enthusiasts is to play a round of golf on the local course set in a sunken volcanic crater midst scenery that will take your breath away.


Day 10: Reykjavik

In the morning we return to the port of Reykjavik. After breakfast it's time to bid farewell to the Ocean Diamond. If you would like to explore more of Reykjavik and the surrounding area on your own, please contact us to extend your stay in Iceland.


Price per person in EUR summer 2017:

Early Bird Prices until 30th December 2016
Season Occupancy


(3 berth) *Porthole Lower Deck

Porthole Lower Deck


Obstructed View Upper Deck


Picture Window Main Deck


Window Main Deck


Sliding Door Observation Deck

A Quadruple n/a n/a n/a n/a 2825 n/a
A Triple 1595 n/a n/a n/a 3765 n/a
A Double 2395 2395 3235 4090 5650 6995
A Single 4195 4195 5660 7160 9885 12270
B Quadruple n/a n/a n/a n/a 2990 n/a
B Triple 1795 n/a n/a n/a 3985 n/a
B Double 2650 2650 3495 4325 5975 10254
B Single 4640 4640 6120 7570 10455 17945
Prices 2017
A Quadruple n/a n/a n/a n/a 3530 n/a
A Triple 1995 n/a n/a n/a 4710 n/a
A Double 2995 2995 4140 5115 7060 8770
A Single 5240 5240 7240 8950 12355 15335
B Quadruple n/a n/a n/a n/a 3735 n/a
B Triple 2115 n/a n/a n/a 4980 n/a
B Double 3170 3170 4380 5410 7470 9270
B Single 5545 5545 7660 9465 13070 16225

A: 24 May 2016

B: 11 & 20 June, 24 August 2016

C: 29 June, 8 & 17 July 2016

** Price per person based on triple occupancy/one upper berth

Prices may change without prior notice. If an incorrect price has been listed, we reserve the right to refuse, cancel or limit any order placed at the incorrect price.


Budget self-drive holiday

By selecting a budget self-drive holiday you'll lower your costs considerably as you'll be staying in accommodation with shared /> These are a combination of basic hotels, farmhouses and guesthouses. All rooms have made-up beds and some rooms have washbasins. Showers and WC are shared facilities. The first night in all budget self-drives with Iceland Travel include a accommodation with private facilities in the town of Hveragerdi.

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Economy self-drive holiday

Our economy self-drives offer you the chance to travel around Iceland in a worry free spirit, staying in accommodation with private facilities without stretching your budget. Throughout your stay you'll be residing in a combination of standard hotels, farmhouses and guesthouses. Your final night will be in a 3 star hotel in Reykjavik.

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Comfort self-drive holiday

Our comfort self-drive holidays allow you to spend your days exploring rural Iceland, knowing your nights will be spent in the most comfortable accommodation each area has to offer. Throughout the tour you'll stay in quality hotels and guesthouses where all rooms have private facilities. Your final night will be in a 4 star hotel in Reykjavik.

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Superior self-drive holiday

Upgrade your comfort car rental holiday to the best possible accommodation with premium amenities, either for the full duration of your stay or only selected nights. The upgrade can either be to a superior room in a comfort hotel, or a standard room in an upscale hotel.
The cost for a superior upgrade is 84 EUR per room per night (on prices in comfort category).
This upgrade is only available upon request. Let us know during the booking process just how superior you want your holiday to be, and we'll customize your trip!

Late Arrival Supplement

Late Arrival Supplement for passengers arriving late evening/night. Stay at Airport Hotel Smari at Keflavik International Airport for your pre night instead of Hveragerdi Area. Supplement per room per night is 48 EUR in Category Comfort and 63 EUR on prices in Economy and Budget.


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