Iceland is the ideal travel destination for anyone that likes nature and wants to explore the country. What’s even better is to take it slow, so you get the most out of every minute of your trip. Here are some recommendations on how to do slow-paced tours in Iceland.
A private island in the south
In southern Iceland, you can visit a private and sustainable island. Here you are near a historical glacial river and have the opportunity to live like a local. It is an experience you don’t get with any travel agency, but with our local Icelandic roots we can make it possible for you.
On this island, you can experience the true sense of peace and seclusion from the outside world. The scenery is full of untouched nature, wildlife, and fresh air. Go on fishing and catch wild salmon in a net or go hiking to explore nature.
Snæfellsnes peninsula to the west
To the west, you find some of the most unique, exciting and mind-blowing spots in the Snæfellsnes peninsula area. This area is particularly known for it’s dramatic landscapes. If you like taking pictures, you’re in luck. This wild scenery is very “Instagram-worthy”.
During the tour, you will hear about the local’s inspiring stories and survival instincts. This will make you feel empowered no matter what type of life you live at home.
Slow down to the sound of silence
Also to the west, you can let nature take you back to basics. Make you feel grounded in yourself and in life. During the tour, you will be introduced to some of the secret places of the local Icelandics that regular travelers don’t get to experience. You will also hear a motivational speech and enjoy a delicious meal made from local ingredients. This tour is especially good for those who love nature and inward thinking.