Lenzner Tour and Travel Offices:

Charter and Tours—Sewickley


Travel Agency—Monroeville


Icelands Magical Northern Lights

Icelands Magical Northern Lights

Reykjavik Iceland and a dazzling kisplay on a nothern lights cruise!

Reykjavik, Iceland

Northern Lights Cruise

Golden Circle

Thingvellir National Park





Eyyjafjallajokull Volcano Visitors Centre

Skogar Folk Museum


Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon

Skartafell National Park

Vatnajokull Glacier

Blue Lagoon

Baggage handling and all taxes













Day 1

Overnight Flight
Discover Iceland, a land and culture forged by fire and ice. Steaming lava fields and massive glaciers sculpt mountains and valleys, leaving thundering waterfalls and plunging fjords. In this land of many natural wonders, enjoy the rare opportunity to see the aurora borealis - one of nature's most dazzling light displays, also known as the notrhern lights.

Day 2

Reykjavik, Iceland - Tour Begins
Your tour opens in Reykjavik. Get acquainted with old town Reykjavik on a walking tour featuring Hallgrimskirkja church, city hall, the harbor and Reykjavik's oldest building, now home to the Kraum Icelandic design center. Tonight, gather with your fellow rravelers at a popular restaurant for dinner featuring Icelandic cuisine. Then, take an exhilarating northern lights cruise. Leave behind the bright city lights and sail into the darkness of Faxafloi Bay in search of the aurora borealis - or northern lights - one of nature's wonders. When revealed you will be dazzled by the flickering display of lights bursting with color that unfolds before your wyes.


Day 3

Reykjavik - Golden Circle - Seljalandsfoss Waterfall - Vik
Travel the incredible Golden Circle, a route that encompasses many of Iceland's most renowned natural wonders. Journey to Thingvellir National Park, the nation's most historic area. Icelanders gathered here in A.D. 930 and established what is considered one of the world's first parliaments. Find yourself standing upon one of the globe's most geologically significant landscapes - Thingvellir's rugged rift valley - a UNESCO World Heritage site marking the point where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. Experience the eruptive energy of the Icelandic landscape with a stop at the geothermal fields of Geysir and Strokkur. Then, marvel at the beauty of the Gullfoss (Golden Falls) waterfall, a stunning 100-foot double cascade. Next, see the beautiful Seljalandsfoss, one of Iceland's most famous and picturesque waterfalls with a walkway behind it. Continue southeast to Vik, the southernmost village in Iceland, surrounded by beautiful valleys, beaches, cliffs and mountains. After dinner amidst the peace and stillness of rural Iceland, search for the aurora borealis - the elusive northern lights.

B, D

Day 4

Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Visitor Centre - Skogar Museum - Vik
Drive along the scenic south shore to the Eyjafjallajokull Volcano Visitor Centre. Learn about a family's struggle to live during and following the dramatic 2010 explosion of the infamous Eyjafjallajokull volcano that brought European flights to a halt. Visit Skogar Folk Museum which contains an outstanding collection covering all aspects of Icelandic life including farm and domestic artifacts, as well as turf-built homes. Nearby is the impressive Skogafoss waterfall, one of the largest in Iceland. Later, view Reynisfjara, a black volcanic sand beach surrounded by basalt formations, cliffs scattered with caves and rich bird life including the Fulmar, Black Guillemot, Razorbill, Bannet and various types of seagulls. See the unique natural rock formations at Dyrholaey. After dinner, gaze at the sky in search of the northern lights, a truly spectacular sight.

B, D

Day 5

2018 Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon - Skaftafell National Park - Vik
Travel to Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, filled with floating icebergs. Explore this extraordinary landscape and perhaps see some seals swimming in Arctic waters. Travel to Skaftafell, gateway to Vatnajokull National Park. The largest national park in Europe, Vatnajokull is known for having Iceland's highest mountains; an Alpine environment; and Vatnajokull glacier, Europe's largest. After dinner continue searching for the shimmering northern lights dancing across the night sky.

B, D

Day 6

Vik - Blue lagoon - Reykjavik
Drive to the Reykjanes Peninsula, known for its rugged landscape, lava fields, numerous hot springs, and home of the Blue Lagoon. Take a dip in the pleasantly warm, mineral-rich waters of the geothermal pool, located in the middle of a dramatic lava field. Return to Reykjavik for your farewell dinner and overnight stay.

B, D

Day 7

Reykjavik - Tour Ends
Depart for home with many incredible memories.


B=Breakfast, D=Dinner

Includes:  Round Trip Air from Pittsburgh Int's Airport, Air Taxes and Fees/Surcharges, Hotel Transfers, Sightseeing and Admissions per itinerary, five breakfasts and five dinners.


Deposit:  $500.00/ person  Non-Refundable


Insurance:  Optional.  $290.00/person  Inquire at time of booking.


Balance due:  Aug. 18, 2018


Note:  Valid passport is required.


Hotels:  Day 2  -  Hotel Reykjavik centrum, Reykjavik

            Day 3-5  -  Hotel Katla Hofdabrekka, Vik

            Day 6  - Hotel reykjavik Centrum, Reykjavik


Cancellation:  75+ days   -   Deposit is Retained

                    74 - 45 days prior   -   30% of total price

                    44 - 15 days prior   -   50% of total price

                    14 days or less   -   No Refund


Walking Code 3:  This tour includes moderate physical activitity.  The itinerary blends some longer days with some shorter days and more leisure time.  Walking tours, as well as walking slightly longer distances, up stairs or on uneven walking surfaces should be expected. 


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Lenzner Tour and Travel Offices:

Charter and Tours—Sewickley

110 Lenzner Court, Sewickley, PA 15143


Office Hours: 8:00 am—7:00 pm (Monday—Friday)

Travel Agency—Monroeville

254 Monroeville Mall, Monroeville, PA 15146


Office Hours: 9:00 am—5:00 pm (Monday-Friday)

11:00 am—3:00 pm (Saturday)