Aug 25-Aug 31

Five days itinerary

Day 1


We had heard so many stories about Iceland’s natural beauty and unique culture, and we were determined to experience it for ourselves.

Reykjavik is the capital city of Iceland. Yes, it took me a while to get used to pronouncing it, too :)! As soon as we landed, they were awestruck by the stunning landscapes that surrounded us. From the rugged mountains in the distance to the sparkling glaciers nearby, we knew that they were in for an adventure of a lifetime.

The next day, they set out on a tour of the Golden Circle, a popular route that takes visitors to some of Iceland’s most iconic sights. They saw the geysers of Geysir, the cascading waterfalls of Gullfoss, and the Thingvellir National Park, where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. Each stop was more breathtaking than the last, and they couldn’t believe their luck.

In the evening, they took a walk through the charming streets of Reykjavik, admiring the colorful houses and the lively nightlife. They dined on traditional Icelandic cuisine, including smoked salmon and lamb stew, and they even tried the local beer and spirits.

On their last day in Iceland, they decided to take a hike up to the top of a nearby mountain. The hike was challenging, but the views from the summit were worth it. They could see for miles in every direction, and they knew that they would never forget this trip.

Blaz and Leila returned home with a lifetime of memories and stories to tell. They couldn’t wait to come back to Iceland and explore more of this magical country.

Hallgrimskirkja church

Day 2

Gold Circle

Day 3


Day 4


Day 5


The last thing we did was head straight to the famous Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa located in a lava field. We spent our last afternoon relaxing in the warm, mineral-rich waters, surrounded by steam and mist. We felt like they were in a dream world, and we couldn’t believe that they were actually here.