7 Day Iceland Road Trip Itinerary in summer

I totally love arranging out excursions, so I was too eager to make this extreme 7-day excursion schedule in Iceland! There's such huge numbers of incredible areas that it was difficult to pick some over the other, yet I think generally, we had the capacity to encounter all that we needed on this outing to Iceland.

In the event that you are doing this agenda, I exceptionally recommend getting a 4WD vehicle. We leased one from Go Iceland since it was the least expensive alternative and prescribed by Million Mile Insider facts. It's a 5-minute stroll to the rental vehicle organization from the airplane terminal. 

DAY 1- Reykjavik and Blue Tidal pond 

We touched base at Keflavik air terminal splendid and right on time at 7am. At first, we needed to visit the Blue Tidal pond first before going to Reykjavik, yet senseless me neglected to reserve a spot until the latest possible time, so we couldn't get in until 6pm. It really worked out extraordinary (other than driving an additional hour) in light of the fact that the tidal pond wasn't as packed later in the day. The majority of the flights to Iceland get in before anything else and everybody makes a beeline for the Blue Tidal pond since it's near the airplane terminal, so it's really packed in the first part of the day until mid-evening.  Iceland is the best place to include in your Best Holiday Packages from India.

Reykjavik is the capital of Iceland and the biggest city in the nation. Despite the fact that it is the biggest in the nation, it's as yet a little city and you can investigate practically all that you need inside multi day. We got some espresso, did some gift shopping, had some lunch at Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur (Iceland's acclaimed frank stand), went to the highest point of Hallgrímskirkja (Iceland's biggest church), halted by the Harpa Show Corridor and registered with our Airbnb loft. 

DAY 2- The Brilliant Circle, Cascades and Solheimasandur 

This day was a yearning travel day, as we wanted to hit up 6 areas. We left our lovely condo at 7am and set out toward the "Brilliant Circle". The Brilliant Hover comprises of Pingviller National Park, the fountains at Haukadalur and the Gullfoss cascade. It is a standout amongst the most famous traveler courses in Iceland. We investigated these regions for an aggregate of 3 hours and ceased by the Gullfoss Bistro for lunch before making a beeline for extra cascades.

On our way to the cascades, I recognized some Icelandic steeds close to the street and needed to make a trip to take a few pictures. Shockingly, 5 ponies came up to us and needed consideration. I was so energized at how benevolent they were! They all needed to be pet and it was the cutest thing!! In addition to the fact that they are charming, they have the most beautiful hair and they're so textured. I'm perpetually enamored with Icelandic steeds. 

DAY 3- Skaftafell and Jokulsarlon 

We needed to begin our day at the dark sand shoreline, yet lamentably, there was heavy downpour on this day and it didn't seem as though it was going to ease up. We were set up for certain adjustments in our agenda because of climate, so we proceeded onward to Skaftafell National Park. In transit, we destroyed over making a course for a few intriguing areas that grabbed our eye. One was Laki magma fields. You drive by miles and miles of magma fields canvassed in greenery. Never figured greenery could look so lovely until I moved toward this. We decided to plan our Honeymoon tour packages to this particular place.

Not certain what the second area is called, yet you can't miss this spot either. There's a major shake amidst the field with a lake in front and beautiful mountains out of sight. There were some extraordinary looking plants around the zone as well. When we touched base at Skaftafell, we went inside the guest focus to solicit how a long way from a climb the Svartifoss cascade was. She said the climb was too simple and it would just take around 40 minutes. All things considered, she lied!! It was difficult by any means.

DAY 4- East Fjords, Djupivogur and Myvatn

We rested in a little toward the beginning of today to get up to speed with some rest and had our customary Icelandic breakfast buffet at the lodging. This day would be for the most part driving, however we needed to take as much time as necessary driving the shoreline of the East Fjords and destroy over to whatever got our attention. We were additionally anticipating halting by Detifoss, yet the main street we attempted was shut off because of snow, so we chose to avoid this cascade, which was alright by us since we've seen a lot of cascades and anticipated visiting Godafoss the following day.    

At around 6pm, we touched base at our lodge throughout the evening and it was in an extraordinary, separated area. We weren't generally content with our little room, yet it was fine through the evening. We for the most part needed to remain here for an opportunity to see Aurora Borealis and we were incredibly glad to see them that night!

DAY 5- Hvammstangi, Akureyri, Godafoss

Godafoss was ideal off the Ring Street and simple to get to. Not as tall as different cascades we visited, however it has an exceptional horseshoe shape that was lovely. It was peculiar to see a city again with heaps of structures and individuals in the wake of driving through miles and miles of seeing only terrific mountains and scenes. We drove to Hvammstangi, it was a bit of frustrating, yet in any event we got the opportunity to see a group of them in Jokulsarlon.

At around 10pm, we watched out the window and Aurora Borealis were grinding away once more! This time it was significantly more brilliant and progressively dynamic moving around. We felt inconceivably fortunate to see them once more.

DAY 6- Stykkisholmur and Holmavik

To get a greater amount of the shocking perspectives, you need to drive a couple of more hours to Isafjordur, yet we didn't have sufficient energy, so we went to our lodge in Stykkisholmur.

We thought our lodge in Hvammstangi was great, yet this Airbnb house was stunningly better! It's in a much progressively separated area with two different lodges and it was so roomy inside with a kitchen, feasting table, current washroom, room and a BBQ flame broil.

DAY 7- Kirkjufell, Hellnar and Reykjavik

It was our last day in Iceland, so we needed to get in however much as could be expected before we left. We woke up before anything else at 5:30 to get the dawn at Kirkjufell. This is a famous area for picture takers, so when we arrived at 6, there were at that point 4 picture takers prepared to go. Kirkjufell is an amazing looking mountain that signifies "Church Mountain" and I didn't know this until some other time, however you can climb up the mountain, which takes about 1.5 hours. We for the most part needed to see the scandalous spot with the triple cascades before the mountain.

At long last, we made a beeline for Reykjavik. Not such a large number of beautiful perspectives on this drive, however you experience the long 3.5-mile Hvalfjordur Passage, which was energizing. Passages help me to remember Japan, so it was somewhat nostalgic.       

What a delightful nation Iceland is. This is as yet my most loved nation to visit and I would return over and over. There are simply such a large number of marvelous scenes on this island that you have an inclination that you're on an alternate planet. On our following visit, I might truly want to investigate the West Fjords as we didn't have enough time on this excursion. Much thanks to you Iceland for another extraordinary experience during our Honeymoon Tour Packages from India.


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