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Spend the day exploring the world’s northernmost capital. Soak in the modern design on a stroll through the shopping streets of Laugavegur, Bankastræti, Austurstræti, Lækjargata, and Skólavörðustígur.
After a long flight, you will surely need a relaxing morning. Take advantage of the Blue Lagoon- relaxing in this environment is good for your skin and a real treat for mind, body, and soul. Enjoy a delicious lunch and then head back to the city for downtime. Then take a foodie tour of Reykjavik in the evening, and head to the docks to board a boat to view the Northern Lights.
Set out for the Golden Circle and visit the Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir, and the Gullfoss waterfall! Thingvellir National Park is one the most historical sites you will find in Iceland, located in the middle of a lava field, where the two tectonic plates meet and you can actually snorkel or dive in between them.
The exhilarating Geysir Geothermal Area a steaming and bubbling center, is home to an active geothermal vent whose fountain erupts every 4-10 minutes.
Lastly in the Golden Circle, you will find the famous Gullfoss waterfall. Dropping two stories down into a glacier-carved gully, the meltwater changes color often so the waterfall never completely looks the same.
Come back to your hotel to get ready for a traditional Icelandic meal at Café Loki.
Visit the sleepy town of Vik, and explore the magnificent Reynisdrangar- basalt sea stacks situated under the mountain Reynisfjall.
Head over to the Black Salt beach and feel the hustle and bustle of city life melt away. Have lunch in the village and then head back to the capital.
Visit the underground The Settlement Exhibition, which houses the oldest remains of human habitation in Reykjavík, including a tenth-century Viking longhouse.
End the day with a delicious dinner at the oldest restaurant in Reykjavik, the Kaffivagninn.
Due: August 1, 2022