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BusTravel Iceland

Reykjavik, Iceland
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About BusTravel Iceland
Bustravel Iceland is one of the oldest tourism companies in Iceland and carries that rich heritage on its shoulders in everything it does. Originally founded in 1960 under the name of Þingvallaleið (Thingvellir Route), the company was re-imagined in 2015 to take on the form it does today. This re-imagining brought with it an all new startup mentality to the tourism industry though while we have the attitude of a startup we maintain our deep roots and experience in the tourism industry. We bring a fresh outlook on sharing the unique qualities of Iceland with our customers. By thinking outside the box and going the extra mile for our customers, our team is able to provide great service at competitive rates. We are continually evaluating ourselves and our tours to ensure that we are offering our customers the most innovative and enjoyable experiences at the highest level of service.
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Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Day Trip from Reykjavik

The Secret Lagoon counts among Iceland’s most popular attractions. Although a must-see, reaching the steaming baths independently can be a challenge. This hassle-free tour allows you free time at the pools and includes coach travel to nearby geothermal attractions, including Gullfoss waterfall, Strokkur geyser, and Thingvellir National Park. Plus, convenient pickup and drop-off around Reykjavik makes your day’s adventure even easier.
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10 hours
from $78.92

Southern Iceland Glaciers, Waterfalls and Beaches Day Trip from Reykjavik

Most visitors to Iceland concentrate on the Golden Circle, often missing out on the impressive south coast. This full-day tour from Reykjavik is a fuss-free way around the south coast’s attractions, and a convenient alternative to exploring independently. You visit must-sees such as Reynisfja beach and the Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls. Plus, enjoy background on the sights from a guide, and air-conditioned hotel and port transfers in Reykjavik.
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10 hours
from $84.50

Golden Circle Day Trip with Kerid Volcanic Crater from Reykjavik

The Golden Circle is a must for anyone visiting Reykjavik, but a DIY trip means going guideless and navigating public buses or a rental car. This tour lets you focus on the scenery without transport or parking worries, and provides full lowdowns on the sights of Gullfoss, Thingvellir, and Geysir. A stop at Kerid crater lake, which isn't included on some similar tours, and hotel and port pickup and drop-off are included.
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8 hours 30 minutes
from $52.90

Northern Lights Bus Tour from Reykjavik

The northern lights are famously tricky to see, so increase your chances by booking this tour from Reykjavik led by an experienced aurora hunter. Leave nighttime driving to the experts and travel outside the city, away from light pollution, to a location specially selected for its optimal aurora-viewing qualities. Avoid disappointment with the knowledge that if you don't see the lights, you can join the tour another night for free.
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3 to 4 hours
from $50.17

Snaefellsnes Peninsula Classic Day Tour from Reykjavik

Iceland may be a tiny country, but Reykjavik visitors know that this humble island nation is teeming with natural wonders, from waterfalls and volcanoes to glaciers. Experience this natural beauty on this full-day tour from Reykjavik, where outdoor enthusiasts can trade city streets for glaciers and black lava beaches. Highlights include visiting seaside villages, exploring mountain peaks, and taking in the views of snow-capped mountains in the distance.
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11 hours
from $89.90
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Gejsi wrote a review Oct 2020
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The tour guide was very knowledgeable and professional. He was explaining passionately all the time and keeping us interested in all the activities and places we visited.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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chris1995 wrote a review Oct 2020
Haywards Heath, United Kingdom6 contributions1 helpful vote
This tour starts fairly early, on the bus by 7am and goes through to late evening, but it is worth every second! Waterfalls, glaciers, black sand beaches, Mordor, suicidal sheep and the best tour guide I've ever experienced , Hjörtur, who was fun, informative and passionate about Iceland and it's history (being an ancestor of Ingólfr Arnarson), he wanted to show as much of Iceland as we could. I can't recommend this tour enough.
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Florence wrote a review Sep 2020
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This tour was perfect for me and my friend, who can't drive. We obviously had to wear masks on board the coach but this was little problem. Our guide (David) was friendly and interesting. He gave well-informed (but not too long) talks about the sites and some facts about Iceland. The coach made plenty of stops including, firstly, Hveragerdi- where you could get a coffee. The Kerid crater was not something we'd been intending to see but it made a nice addition to the day's geological itinerary. The path around the crater is slippery so take care! Next, the geysers were great (surprisingly good café also) and beautiful Gullfoss is just a short journey from there. Visiting Thingvellir was my favourite experience from our trip; between geographical interest, historical significance and stunning views, how could it not be a world heritage site? Overall, a tiring but extremely rewarding day. Thank you, Bus Tours Iceland!
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KLarsen2020 wrote a review Aug 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark1 contribution
The Corona-virus changed my travel plans to go from DK to Iceland this year in stead of going to the sunny South Europe, and there is no way that I will ever regret this choice - Iceland is simply a wonderful and amazing place on earth. I had the great pleasure of going on two different tours with Bustravel Iceland on August 8 and August 11 - I both cases I had the wonderful pleasure of being guided by Simon (more on him later) and I can without any hesitation give my best recommendations to both tours. Simply amazing. The first trip to Snæfellsnes peninsuala goes to amazing landscapes with vulcanoes, lava fields, waterfalls, mountains, black sand beach, view points, bird cliffs and at the end of the day we found ourselves at the beach looking for seals with luck :-) The second trip to Jökulsárlón will also take you through amazing landscapes, waterfalls, lava fields and roads, sights of glaciers and when you get to the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon there will be plenty of icebergs to admire - and do not miss the boat trip in between the icebergs. It is absolutely amazing and absolutely worth the money. Don't miss the fish & chips there. You can taste that the fish is absolutely fresh and extremely tasty! After your meal go to the Diamond Beach, which is also a breathtaking experience. On the way back we did a stop (among others) at Reynisfjara Beach, where you can really get an idea about the raw forces of nature and beautiful sights of cliffs, caves and other fantastic stuff. If you get Simon as a guide you can be very sure to be in good hands. He will take good care of you and ensure that you get good local homemade cake, great food and energy and he will for sure share loads of information in a good inspiring way with humor, share his versions/extracts of the sagas and he will for sure teach you how to pronounce Eyjafjallajökull (the famous vulcano from 2010), if you go on the tour to the South Coast (Jökulsárlón). Simon is simply proud of presenting the wonders of Iceland to everybody on his tours. So don't hesitate to book if in any doubt!
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hilarycuthbertson007 wrote a review Aug 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Had a most enjoyable day out with great informative guide and driver. The day was full on with loads of interesting places to see and enough time to see around each place we stopped. A fun day and well worth the money. I can’t recommend this day out more highly..,,,and the lovely warm sunny weather was the icing on the cake!!
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