If you come to Iceland for the first time and wonder what you should see in the short time you have in this wonderful country, the answer is simple: The Golden Circle. With this accessible day tour in Iceland, you get the chance to visit some of the best highlights of the Golden Circle.
The accessible Golden Circle tour is perfect for travelers that spend a limited amount of time in Reykjavík, for example on a long flight stopover or on a visit with a cruise ship.
You will go on this wheelchair-friendly tour in a comfortable and accessible minibus. The bus comes with a special ramp and belts, allowing you to stay in your wheelchair for the duration of the tour.
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Please contact us as well if your desired tour departure is less than 7 days from now.
On this accessible tour from Reykjavík, you will get to see the most popular sights in Iceland. Your private guide picks you up from your hotel or cruise ship in the city and you start the day off by driving to Þingvellir National Park. Þingvellir is a UNESCO heritage site since 2004 and is famous for its geological and historical value and beauty. The walking paths in the park are accessible and well maintained and you will discover the most beautiful spots with your private guide.
Next on the agenda is the geothermal valley Haukadalur. Here, you can find the active fountain geyser „Strokkur“ (Icelandic for „churn“). Iceland‘s most famous geyser is a highlight not to be missed and it erupts every 4-8 minutes, at times up to 40 meters high. The area and the geyser itself are easy to access in a wheelchair, and an accessible restaurant is located right across the street as well. This is our recommended lunch stop for the day (not included).
After the lunch break, you continue to the „Golden Waterfall“ Gullfoss. Wheelchair access to Gullfoss is good and visitors can get a beautiful view from the parking lot, as well as from an accessible viewing platform from above. Your last stop on the way back to Reykjavík is Kerið, a volcanic crater of immense beauty and one of the oldest craters around.
What to bring?
Hotels/Guesthouses in the greater Reykjavík area
Please contact us if you wish to start the tour at a different time of the day. We can adjust to your preferences and needs, for example for cruise ship guests. In the summer, even an early afternoon departure is possible, due to the long daylight hours.
For an extra fee, a pick-up from Keflavik International Airport can be arranged.