Tour operator Off the Map Travel debuts a new lodging experience in Iceland. The Panorama Glass Lodge Escape takes place in Iceland’s southern Highlands, about 1.5 hours from Reykjavik. Travelers stay in a unique glass lodge, boasting panoramic views on the four-day tour.
Available year-round, the tour includes two nights in the unique glass lodge, offering one-of-a-kind views of the Northern Lights or midnight sun, as well as beautiful, natural Icelandic views. Each lodge sleeps two and includes a king bed, fully equipped kitchen, in-suite bathroom and local, sustainable toiletries. Lodges are heated using sustainable electricity.
Upon arrival in Iceland, guests will be picked up by their private guide for a tour of the Golden Circle to see two of Iceland’s most famous natural landmarks: Gullfoss, a two-tier waterfall, and Strokkur, an active geyser. Following the tour, depart for dinner and the glass lodge accommodations.
Enjoy breakfast in your lodge before departing for the south coast. Your guide will lead you on an ice cave exploration. Return to the lodge ahead of off-site dinner reservations.
Check out of the lodge and travel to a guided tour of the Þórsmörk mountain ridge for an adventurous excursion snowmobiling on the Eyjafjallajökull glacier. End your evening exploring Reykjavik and enjoying dinner at one of the city’s restaurants.
Spend your last day in Reykjavik with a trip to the iconic Blue Lagoon before departing for the airport.
Pricing starts at $4,225 per person and includes privately guided tours in a luxury Jeep, two nights in the glass lodge, one night in a Reykjavik hotel and all activities. Flights are not included. Guests may extend their trip with additional nights at the lodge or in the city.
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