Category Archives: 2017 – Tour 1

1 – 2017 – Bespoke Tour

Day 14 – tour 1 – Tuesday

This is the final day for this tour – we are visiting the south west coast making our way back to Keflavik before taking the vehicles back to the docks in Reykjavik.




It is a beautiful sunny day and very warm.  Hotel and on-suite today time for a good brush-up before the next tour on Friday which is one couple for a week then we pick up 3 vehicles from the ferry.

Day 13 – tour 1 – Monday

beautiful sunset at seljalandsfoss


Today is another activity day.

Horseriding after a lazy start to the day giving everyone time to look around the waterfalls.


We are heading south west as the cars are going back to the docks tomorrow.

Looking at fish drying.


Day 11 – tour 1 – Saturday

Today is beautiful and sunny and a sight-seeing day.

First stop was the small, family–run museum devoted to the 2010 eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano.

Hidden waterfall and skogafoss.

skogafoss is sooo busy is getting unpleasant but the hidden waterfall was lovely and we had it to ourselves.



Solheimjokull for lunch and a short walk to the glacier.

Dyrhólaey for puffins.


Day 9 – tour 1 – Thursday

After a very very wet and windy night, a few soggy campers and sullen faces greet us this morning.  We are heading off to snowmobiling but it is very low cloud i fear that there will not be much to see.


Once snowmobiling is completed we then press on to jokulsarlon which is just as very wet and very low cloud the icebergs in the water look very spooky.


Heading straight to campsite so people can dry off and get settled for the night, before a trip into Laki tomorrow.

Day 6 – tour 1 – Monday

Back into the interior for 3 days.

Heading from Myvatn to Askja, via some wonderful craters as well as some very interesting driving and a relatively new lava field from

The 2014–2015 eruption of Bárðarbunga was an eruption in the Bárðarbunga volcanic system in Iceland, that began on August 29, 2014 and ended on February 27, 2015. The eruption emitted large volumes of sulphur dioxide and impacted air quality in Iceland. There was no effect on flights outside of the immediate vicinity due to a lack of a significant emission of volcanic ash. The eruption took place in the lava field of Holuhraun northeast of the Bárðarbunga caldera proper.