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Icelandair.com is Offering Iceland Getaway (Roundtrip Airfare + 3-Night Hotel Stay + 3-Tours) on sale from $769 Per Person . Offer is valid for Travel January 6 - April 14, 2023.

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Note, sale pricing is valid for 2+ people who choose 4-Day Travel Date. Additional Days are extra.

Includes:
  • Round-trip airfare in Economy Standard
    • One piece of check-in luggage, up to 50 lbs (23 kg)
  • 3 nights standard hotel room at CenterHotels Plaza w/ Daily breakfast
  • Tours:
    • Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon from Reykjavík Sightseeing
    • Northern Lights tour from Reykjavik Excursions
    • Lava Show in Reykjavik from Icelandic Lava Show
  • Round-trip Flybus+ airport transfers from Reykjavik Excursions
Sample Itinerary:
  • Day 0 | Depart North America on overnight red-eye flight to Iceland
  • Day/Night 1 | Arrival in Iceland / Flybus+ / Northern Lights tour
  • Day/Night 2 | Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon
  • Day/Night 3 | Lava Show
  • Day 4 | Flybus+; Depart Iceland on later afternoon departure to North America

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  • Offer Terms:
    • Online offer only: Departures for the Iceland's Hot Winter Getaway vacation package are on sale through December 13, 2022, dependent on availability.
    • Advertised lead prices are based on lowest available airfare in each cabin and two persons sharing one hotel room at CenterHotels Plaza for three nights. Price and departure day can vary depending on your Icelandair gateway.
    • Minimum/maximum stay: 4 nights/31 nights. The first night is the overnight flight to Iceland on all vacation packages departing the United States and Canada.
    • Package season: Departures January 6 - April 14, 2023, dependent on availability
    • Minimum age requirement: Travelers must be at least 18 years old at all hotels except at Iceland Hotel Collection properties which require travelers to be 20 years old, if they are not accompanied by a parent or guardian.
    • Tours: Operated by Reykjavík Excursions, Reykjavík Sightseeing and Lava Show. Tour operators reserve the right to cancel tours due to unfavorable weather or unsafe conditions.
    • Transfers: Tour operators will not pick up or drop off passengers at hotels outside Reykjavík. Look for the Reykjavik Excursions (Northern Lights tour) or Reykjavík Sightseeing (Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon) coach which will be outside your accommodation beginning 30 minutes prior to official tour start time. Transfers to and from the Lava Show in Reykjavík are NOT included.
    • Not included with this holiday package: Meals and/or services not mentioned in itinerary, and any service not specifically listed under "included."
  • Additional Information:
    • Insurance: Personal travel insurance is not included and is highly recommended. It can be arranged through Allianz Global Assistance for passengers originating in the United States and Canada.
    • Booking confirmations: Email providers may not recognize the confirmation email sent at the time of booking, so be sure to check your SPAM or Junk folders if you haven't received it within 48 hours of confirming your purchase online.
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Iceland is always ""hot"" in the winter and never more so than with the Iceland's Hot Winter Getaway vacation package starting from $769 per person. This limited time package includes three tours during three days and nights in Iceland, plus round-trip airport transfers between Keflavík Airport and your hotel in Reykjavík.

Sample Prices:
From BOS / JFK / EWR / RDU: USD $769
From BWI / IAD / ORD: USD $819
From MCO / MSP / DEN: USD $869
From SEA: USD $939
Icelandair Hot Winter Getaway [icelandair.com]
Sales Period: November 28 - December 13, 2022
Travel Period: January 6 - April 14, 2023
Blackout Period: N/A

Included:
  • Round-trip airfare in Economy Standard
  • One piece of check-in luggage, up to 50 lbs (23 kg)
  • 3 nights standard hotel room at CenterHotels Plaza
  • Daily breakfast
  • Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon from Reykjavík Sightseeing
  • Northern Lights tour from Reykjavik Excursions
  • Lava Show in Reykjavik from Icelandic Lava Show
  • Round-trip Flybus+ airport transfers from Reykjavik Excursions
Sample Itinerary:
Day 0 | Depart North America on overnight red-eye flight to Iceland
Day/Night 1 | Arrival in Iceland / Flybus+ / Northern Lights tour
Day/Night 2 | Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon
Day/Night 3 | Lava Show
Day 4 | Flybus+; Depart Iceland on later afternoon departure to North America



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ElatedSuit555 asked this question on 12-03-2022 at 10:09 AM
12-07-2022 at 10:34 PM
Hmm, well there's definitely no upper age limit, but do take into account that you'll be flying in red-eye, which means you'll need to sleep on the plane and then land and basically be ready to do stuff immediately, on little/poor sleep. That said, I don't think they'll drag you on tours, so if you decide you need a break and skip the first day's events it's probably no big deal.

I personally hope you take this opportunity or something similar! Iceland is awesome.
12-12-2022 at 09:24 AM
Of course. But that first day, you don't get to check into the hotel until the afternoon, so don't count on spending the first day relaxing in the hotel after the red-eye flight.
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So.. this is a decent deal price wise. Keep in mind that airfare to iceland is usually very cheap in off months. I'm seeing dates as low as $414 from Chicago. Lets say you book that flight. Now you have about $400 to allocate towards 3 days of activities (housing, tour, etc). If you travel as a couple, this becomes $800.

Housing in and around Iceland can be had for like $150 a night on airbnb. I actually would suggest NOT staying in Reykjavik and instead going south towards the black sand beaches and posting up camp there. As for activities, all of the above are free or almost free if you just rent a car and drive yourself. I suggest the following for a short trip:

- Secret Lagoon. Dont bother with the Blue Lagoon.
- Golden Circle
- Reykjadalur Valley Hike to natural hotsprings
- Black Sand Beaches near Vik

Personally, I would not purchase this option, especially if traveling with a partner. The roads in Iceland are fantastic, especially to the main sights and car rentals in off season are affordable. You do not need a 4x4 in winter if driving to the main locations (golden circle, ring road). Happy to answer any questions.
Counter point here: I went a few years ago over Xmas and NY, the weather was very unpredictable and turns harsh in moments notice. There are days where it started off sunny and pleasant and turned into snow storm with zero visibility within 30 mins. We saw plenty of cars driven off the side of the road in the ditches from the snow/ice; if you dont have any experience driving in the snow it can get scary with the conditions.

I would say 3 days is kinda short for Iceland, there are so many awesome sights to see, if you are making the trip already I'd want to stay at least 5-7 days.
I lived there for 5yrs and yes you will want a 7-14 days.its Spectacular
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What are the travel dates used to get $869 from MCO? I cannot find any with that price or lower than $1.1k
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What are the travel dates used to get $869 from MCO? I cannot find any with that price or lower than $1.1k
Travel Period: January 6 - April 14, 2023
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Seems like a cool deal. Any reason why I shouldn't go to anyone who has seen a package/offer similar to this? It says it's hot during winter. Is that because of the locations or should I pack with heavy jackets still
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11-28-2022 at 12:19 PM.
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So.. this is a decent deal price wise. Keep in mind that airfare to iceland is usually very cheap in off months. I'm seeing dates as low as $414 from Chicago. Lets say you book that flight. Now you have about $400 to allocate towards 3 days of activities (housing, tour, etc). If you travel as a couple, this becomes $800.

Housing in and around Iceland can be had for like $150 a night on airbnb. I actually would suggest NOT staying in Reykjavik and instead going south towards the black sand beaches and posting up camp there. As for activities, all of the above are free or almost free if you just rent a car and drive yourself. I suggest the following for a short trip:

- Secret Lagoon. Dont bother with the Blue Lagoon.
- Golden Circle
- Reykjadalur Valley Hike to natural hotsprings
- Black Sand Beaches near Vik

Personally, I would not purchase this option, especially if traveling with a partner. The roads in Iceland are fantastic, especially to the main sights and car rentals in off season are affordable. You do not need a 4x4 in winter if driving to the main locations (golden circle, ring road). Happy to answer any questions.
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11-28-2022 at 02:54 PM.
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Quote from Soviet12321 :
So.. this is a decent deal price wise. Keep in mind that airfare to iceland is usually very cheap in off months. I'm seeing dates as low as $414 from Chicago. Lets say you book that flight. Now you have about $400 to allocate towards 3 days of activities (housing, tour, etc). If you travel as a couple, this becomes $800.

Housing in and around Iceland can be had for like $150 a night on airbnb. I actually would suggest NOT staying in Reykjavik and instead going south towards the black sand beaches and posting up camp there. As for activities, all of the above are free or almost free if you just rent a car and drive yourself. I suggest the following for a short trip:

- Secret Lagoon. Dont bother with the Blue Lagoon.
- Golden Circle
- Reykjadalur Valley Hike to natural hotsprings
- Black Sand Beaches near Vik

Personally, I would not purchase this option, especially if traveling with a partner. The roads in Iceland are fantastic, especially to the main sights and car rentals in off season are affordable. You do not need a 4x4 in winter if driving to the main locations (golden circle, ring road). Happy to answer any questions.
Counter point here: I went a few years ago over Xmas and NY, the weather was very unpredictable and turns harsh in moments notice. There are days where it started off sunny and pleasant and turned into snow storm with zero visibility within 30 mins. We saw plenty of cars driven off the side of the road in the ditches from the snow/ice; if you dont have any experience driving in the snow it can get scary with the conditions.

I would say 3 days is kinda short for Iceland, there are so many awesome sights to see, if you are making the trip already I'd want to stay at least 5-7 days.
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We went in summer and one of the best discoveries we made that when travelling to Iceland in Summer the sun never set. Even at midnight it was like dusk. Instantly all travel plans changed as we were driving when it was still light and stuck to our East Coast time zone the whole week we stayed. Naturally the downside everything closes by 9pm Icelandic time (even gas stations) so had to plan accordingly. No problems with weather though was perfect except for one night during the visit to black sand beaches.

the place is so beautiful I am thinking another trip. But right now not seeing any 4 day deals near good Friday (Friday, April 7)


Quote from cuoreesitante :
Counter point here: I went a few years ago over Xmas and NY, the weather was very unpredictable and turns harsh in moments notice. There are days where it started off sunny and pleasant and turned into snow storm with zero visibility within 30 mins. We saw plenty of cars driven off the side of the road in the ditches from the snow/ice; if you dont have any experience driving in the snow it can get scary with the conditions.

I would say 3 days is kinda short for Iceland, there are so many awesome sights to see, if you are making the trip already I'd want to stay at least 5-7 days.
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We went in summer and one of the best discoveries we made that when travelling to Iceland in Summer the sun never set. Even at midnight it was like dusk. Instantly all travel plans changed as we were driving when it was still light and stuck to our East Coast time zone the whole week we stayed. Naturally the downside everything closes by 9pm Icelandic time (even gas stations) so had to plan accordingly. No problems with weather though was perfect except for one night during the visit to black sand beaches.

the place is so beautiful I am thinking another trip. But right now not seeing any 4 day deals near good Friday (Friday, April 7)
Glad you had a good time but why is this a counter counter point? My counter point was specific to the Winter time driving, your summer trip is not really relevant to my comment nor to this deal, which has a Winter travel window.
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Quote from cuoreesitante :
Counter point here: I went a few years ago over Xmas and NY, the weather was very unpredictable and turns harsh in moments notice. There are days where it started off sunny and pleasant and turned into snow storm with zero visibility within 30 mins. We saw plenty of cars driven off the side of the road in the ditches from the snow/ice; if you dont have any experience driving in the snow it can get scary with the conditions.

I would say 3 days is kinda short for Iceland, there are so many awesome sights to see, if you are making the trip already I'd want to stay at least 5-7 days.
I lived there for 5yrs and yes you will want a 7-14 days.its Spectacular
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Boy do I miss WOW airlines. $200 RT from LAX to KEF 4 years ago.
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How does this not include a tour of Bjork's apartment. Hard pass.
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Long way to go for just 3 nights!

Edit- looks like you can extend your trip fairly cheap. If you are home to one of the Iceland Air departure cities you can put together a neat little week long trip. If you aren't at a hub you'll have to arrange your own positioning flights.
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Looks like it's all booked, only two departure dates available and no return dates.
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$2500 for two people from Denver. Not really a deal, that's just a normal iceland vacation.
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