IcelandIf you want to go walking in Iceland let us at Ramblers Worldwide Holidays take you as a member of one of our small, friendly groups. Our experienced guides guarantee that enthusiasts will discover the true nature of the country. Feel like a genuine explorer as we treat you to an authentic native experience which you can enjoy in the security and confidence of our guides’ trustworthy knowledge.
Hot springs, geysers, waterfalls, mountains and lava fields are just some of the phenomena you’ll experience when Ramblers Worldwide Holidays takes you walking. Icelandic destinations include a holiday starting in the magical city of Reykjavik before progressing to Thingvellir National Park where you’ll be astounded by the landscape feature of a crevassed glacier. Or cruise the northern waters, stopping in at the Faroe Islands and Greenland where you’ll feast your eyes on the flora, fauna and the spectacular natural landscape.
To go on a walk in Iceland is to truly enter an alternative universe. This is a land for the intrepid and for those looking to relax. Catering to all levels of experience, Ramblers Worldwide Holiday will offer you the holiday of a lifetime.
After all, the world’s more beautiful on foot.
Simon is a qualified mountain leader and has been leading for Ramblers Worldwide Holidays since 2002.
With his great passion for mountains, he is to be found in Europe each summer leading our hut to hut tours, and then in winter heading for the snow. His vast knowledge of wild flowers and geology, could take him to any continent the rest of the year.
Fantastic Walking in Iceland
Experience the raw beauty of nature at the top of the world
Walking in Iceland offers a fascinating land sculpted by millions of years of volcanic and glacial activity.On this walking holiday, experience the amazing sights of hot springs, geysers, waterfalls, majestic mountains, lava fields, lakes and rivers. In midsummer the sun never sets but skips on the horizon to give 24 hours of daylight.
Northern waters have amazing scenery - glaciers falling into the sea, geysers, volcanoes and fjords
Iceland is not the just the land of ice and fire that many imagine - it is warmed by the gulf stream and has surprisingly mild weather in summer and early autumn. From Reykjavik we walk in the Thingvellir National Park, where the European and American continents meet, creating a landscape with the appearance of a crevassed glacier.