Discover Iceland

16th June – 22nd July 2025(36 nights)pdfdownload



A journey around Iceland exploring the islands amazing natural phenomenon’s

Iceland is far more different than you ever imagined, where you can witness the marvels of Mother Nature up close. You will see several of the glaciers, spouting geysers, steaming mud-pools, icebergs, magnificent waterfalls and volcanoes, that make up this Islands majestic landscape.

This tour will be best enjoyed by able-bodied, adventurously minded people who enjoy the ‘outdoors’. The driving will be leisurely, and you will have the opportunity to visit many of the attractions while travelling between campsites. There is one main road around Iceland with smaller roads off to the various places of interest, note that some of the smaller roads do not always have tarmac.

The Icelandic view of camping is not always like ours; whilst in picturesque locations their campsites are often more simple affairs with basic facilities; there is no guarantee of an electric hook-up at all sites, so tour participants should be prepared to use gas and 12v when needed.

Our ferry schedule means we also have the opportunity to spend a few days on the Faroe Islands on our return journey, another wonderland of nature. The ferry has a choice of bars and restaurants and various entertainments for you to enjoy during your voyage, with en-suite internal cabins being included for you.

Most of the country is uninhabited, with over 50% of people living in the Reykjavik area, but be assured that the warmth shown by Icelanders, their desire to make your stay as pleasant as possible will, like the spectacular landscape, make this a journey never to be forgotten.

Mary and Mike Porter – Discover Iceland 2017
‘Iceland was all that we hoped for and more. The itinerary was perfect, the roads better than expected and our Tour Directors ensured everything ran like clockwork. Thank you.’

Barbara Hyndman – Discover Iceland 2017
‘Pure adventure, care and attention to detail, absolute value for money with no hidden extras. We are tired but exhilarated with a smile from ear to ear – thank you so much.’

36 Nights

Tour dates could move to 1 week earlier or 1 week later depending on final ferry schedules released in August 2024

Day One – Monday 16th June 2025
We meet at a campsite in the north of Denmark. This evening an opportunity to get together around the Tour Directors motorhome for an informal drinks reception, to meet your fellow travellers and have a tour briefing.

Day Two – Tuesday 17th June
Board the ferry for Iceland this morning and after the vehicles have been loaded, we will set sail. 4 miles

Day Three – Wednesday 18th June
A day at sea, calling into the Faroe Islands on our way.

Day Four – Thursday 19th June
Morning arrival at Seyðisfjörður in Iceland. Following disembarkation and customs, we have a short drive to our first campsite in Egilsstaðir. There is a supermarket and bank here for those who need them. 20 miles

Day Five – Friday 20th June
Start of our journey around Iceland. During our drive today we have time to take detours to begin our acquaintance with some of Iceland’s natural wonders; the Maar Viti Crater, Námafjall bubbling mud-pools and the Grjótagjá steam rift. Our campsite for tonight is on Lake Mývatn. 120 miles

Day Six – Saturday 21st June
Time this morning to visit the Dimmuborgir Lava Formations before moving on to Dettifoss Waterfall, reputed to be the most powerful waterfall in Europe; see 500 cubic meters of water per second plunge over the edge. Our next campsite is on the north coast.  85 miles


Day Seven – Sunday 22nd June
Short journey to arrive at the coastal town of Húsavík. Group dinner this evening in a local restaurant. 15 miles

Day Eight – Monday 23rd June
This morning we walk in to town to visit the whale museum. During the afternoon/evening we take a boat trip in search of whales and dolphins, with Húsavík bay being a great place for spotting sea life.

Day Nine – Tuesday 24th June
En route we can visit the Goðafoss Falls before arriving at Akureyri, the capital of the north of the island. 80 miles

Day Ten – Wednesday 25th June
A free day and opportunity to walk into Akureyri, where the most northern botanical gardens in the world are found. The local cathedral is also worth a visit, where the stained-glass window originates from our pre-war Coventry cathedral.

Day Eleven – Thursday 26th June
During today’s drive to Blönduós, make a visit at the Glaumbaer Turf Houses. 100 miles


Day Twelve – Friday 27th June
Travel along coastal roads, where seals can often be seen, to arrive in the Westfjord region and the town of Hólmavík, complete with its quirky witch museum. The Westfjord region has over the last few years undergone major road works, with most of the roads now becoming tarmacked. 120 miles

Day Thirteen – Saturday 28th June
Travel through the Westfjords and along the coastal ‘seven fjords’ route to reach Ísafjörður, the northwesternmost point of our trip. 140 miles

Day Fourteen – Sunday 29th June
Free day. There are river & waterfall walks local to the camping or make your way into Isafjördur, the principle town of the Westfjords.

Day Fifteen – Monday 30th June
Stop at Dynjandi, the most beautiful waterfall in the Westfjords, before arriving on the south coast of the region. 60 miles

Day Sixteen – Tuesday 1st July
We leave the Westfjord region, either with a drive to our next campsite, or by taking the local ferry (2.5 hrs crossing payable locally). We arrive to Stykkishólmur, where we stay for two nights.  160 miles or 10 miles, ferry, 5 miles.

Day Seventeen – Wednesday 2nd July
A free day at our camping, which is part of the local golf course.

Day Eighteen – Thursday 3rd July
Today drive the Snaefellsnes peninsula taking in Hellissandur and Rif fishing ports, Saxholl Crator and the peculiar rock formations of Djúpalónssandur. 80 miles

Day Nineteen – Friday 4th July
Arrive to Iceland’s capital city of Reykjavik, where we stay for 3 nights. 130 miles

Day Twenty – Saturday 5th July
Guided excursion into the city today.

Day Twenty-One – Sunday 6th July
A free day. Return to the city or take a swim in the neighbouring thermal pool. This evening we all go out for a group diner.

Day Twenty-Two – Monday 7th July
We drive around the Reykjanes area, stopping to see the Bridge of Titanic Plates, the South Western Point Lighthouse and the hot springs at Gunnuhver. 60 miles

Day Twenty-Three – Tuesday 8th July
Opportunity today to visit the world-famous Blue Lagoon. Later travel to Þingvellir, the sacred Parliament Plain of the island. 70 miles

Day Twenty-Four – Wednesday 9th July
On route visit Gullfoss Falls before arriving at Geysir. Next to our campsite is where the Geysers can be experienced spouting water hundreds of feet into the air. 60 miles

Day Twenty-Five – Thursday 10th July
Drive to our next campsite at Skógafoss Waterfall, stopping off at Seljalandfoss, where we can walk behind the waterfall. 110 miles

Day Twenty-Six – Friday 11th July
A free day. Our camping is located at the foot of the waterfall from where there are walks available to reach the top.

Day Twenty-Seven – Saturday 12th July
Visit Dyrhólaey lighthouse and bay, where many Puffins nest over the summer months. 30 miles

Day Twenty-Eight – Sunday 13th July
Travel to camp in the Skaftafell National Park for two nights. 90 miles

Day Twenty-Nine – Monday 14th July
Free time to join with the Tour Director’s in a leisurely walk to the Skaftafell Glacier

Day Thirty – Tuesday 15th July
We experience one of the highlights of the tour, a trip in an amphibious vehicle on Jökulsárlón Lake. It is this lake where the icebergs form before they break away and drift into the open sea. Later travel on to the coastal town of Höfn. 80 miles

Day Thirty-One – Wednesday 16th July
We return to our first campsite ready for our ferry tomorrow. This evening we all go out for a Farewell Dinner. 160 miles

Day Thirty-Two – Thursday 17th July
Travel to the port where our ferry leaves for the start of our return home journey, but not before a stop off at the Faroe Islands. 20 miles

Day Thirty-Three – Friday 18th July
Very early morning arrival to Torshavn in the Faroe Islands, where we disembark and drive to the town of Vestmanna. From our campsite there are possibilities to take boat trips for viewing the local birds. 25 miles

Day Thirty-Four – Saturday 19th July
Spend the day driving and exploring the main Faroe Islands of Streymoy and Eysturoy, before taking the 2020 opened 11km undersea tunnel (toll payable locally), complete with underwater roundabout (the world’s first) to arrive back at the islands capital of Torshavn. From our camping, Torshavn centre is walkable for spending time to explore this capital city of just 20,000 people. 70 miles

Day Thirty-Five – Sunday 20th July
A relaxed start with time throughout the day to see a little more of the Faroes, before we board our ferry this evening for returning to Denmark. 5 miles

Day Thirty-Six – Monday 21st July
A day at sea.

Day Thirty-Seven – Tuesday 22nd July
The tour ends with our morning arrival at Hirtshals, Denmark.


6m Motorhome with 2 people = £3999 per person
6m Motorhome with 1 person = £7249
Supplement for motorhomes above 6m = £700 per metre or part metre (additional return ferry cost)

2nd Deposit of £5000.00 to secure ferry places payable 15th January 2025
Balance payable 10 weeks before start of tour


  • Return Iceland/Faroe Islands ferry
  • 4 nights with inside en-suite cabin accommodation during the sailings (option to request upgrade to outside cabin)
  • 32 Campsite nights – Note: electric hook-ups where available are not included, if used these are payable at each campsite
  • Transfers required for included excursions, events & meals detailed below
  • Entrance fees on included excursions
  • Tour information pack with suggested routes, campsite information and GPS co-ordinates
  • Services of two experienced Tour Directors travelling in their own motorhome
  • Michelin National Map
  • Iceland Guidebook

Excursions, Events & Meals

  • Welcome drinks reception
  • Group Dinner in Húsavík *
  • Whale museum visit
  • Whale Watching Excursion
  • Reykjavik guided Excursion
  • Reykjavik group dinner *
  • Jokulsarlon Iceberg Lake amphibious vehicle trip
  • Farewell Dinner *

* Drinks available to purchase individually

This tour starts in Northern Denmark, but if you would like to travel on the outward journey at the same time as the Tour Directors, please book the optional tour package so that everything can be arranged on your behalf


  • Return Dover/Calais Ferry with Flexible Ticket + Club Class Lounge
  • Six additional campsite nights with electric hook-up starting in Kent on Tuesday 10th June 2025 (this date may move earlier or later by a week) then Belgium, 2 x Germany and 2 x Denmark.
  • Group dinner at one of the campsite restaurants
  • Tour information pack with suggested routes
  • Services of Tour Directors travelling in their own motorhome


Motorhome with 2 people = £479.00 per person
Motorhome with 1 person = £779.00