Iceland: The Land of Fire & Ice

Iceland: The Land of Fire & Ice

Iceland, a Nordic island nation, is defined by its dramatic volcanic landscape of geysers, hot springs, waterfalls, glaciers and black-sand beaches. The capital, Reykjavik, home to the majority of the population, runs on geothermal power and offers a renowned nightlife scene as well as Viking history museums. With the company of up to 49 fellow passengers, you will discover a fascinating country with amazing rugged landscapes, old legacies of the Vikings and the Norse. Visit Iceland in the summer months, the perfect season to sight humpback whales, orcas, dolphins. Discover the Myvatn Lake, the Namarskard a striking geothermal field, and the Godafoss Waterfall. The quaint fishing village of Husavik. Siglufjordur a fishing town close to the Arctic cirle. Isasfjordur, and nearby Arnardalur Valley. 

 

Iceland Cruises - Journeys in the Land of Ice & Fire: Akureyri to Reykjavik

Embarkation: Akureyri, Iceland
Ship: M/S Panorama
Sailing Dates: 15 Jun 19 to 14 Sep 19
From: $ 2790
Cruise Highlights: Siglufjordur a fishing town close to the Arctic cirle• The Myvatn Lake •Isasfjordur• Arnardalur Valley • Quaint fishing village of Husavik •

Iceland Cruises - Journeys in the Land of Ice & Fire: Reykjavik to Akureyri

Embarkation: Reykjavik, Iceland
Ship: M/S Panorama
Sailing Dates: 08 Jun 19 to 07 Sep 19
From: $ 2790
Cruise Highlights: Siglufjordur a fishing town close to the Arctic circle• The Myvatn Lake •Isafjordur• Arnardalur Valley • Quaint fishing village of Husavik •

Embarkation: Akureyri, Iceland
Ship: M/S Panorama
Sailing Dates: 15 Jun 19 to 14 Sep 19
From: $ 2790
Cruise Highlights: Siglufjordur a fishing town close to the Arctic cirle• The Myvatn Lake •Isasfjordur• Arnardalur Valley • Quaint fishing village of Husavik •

Embarkation: Reykjavik, Iceland
Ship: M/S Panorama
Sailing Dates: 08 Jun 19 to 07 Sep 19
From: $ 2790
Cruise Highlights: Siglufjordur a fishing town close to the Arctic circle• The Myvatn Lake •Isafjordur• Arnardalur Valley • Quaint fishing village of Husavik •

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The whole experience was out standing. The Galileo is a great boat to sail on with the whole crew friendly and helpful. The food was excellent, the places we visited were unforgettable & the other guests were great. A must do holiday.
We've just come back from the cruise in Iceland, from Reykjavik to Akureyri. It was our first cruise. And we loved it all. The crew is really committed to making the trip a real success for everyone. We liked the unformal ambiance on board. The 49 passengers are from many different countries, and they are really there to discover the country and to exchange about their experiences (in English) We appreciated the total flexibility on board: we can participate in the wery well organized excursions, but we can, as well organize one's own program on shore. The itinerary allows to visit some of the most interesting parts of Iceland. And the program is quite diversified. The food is really good, and the comfort of the cabins is quite correct, even if the ship has already lived many cruises. We highly recommend this cruise.
Our 2nd cruise with variety cruises July 2018 onboard panorama was just as amazing as our first on Harmony V (2014). We loved everything, from the food (so delicious) to the service from all the crew! The swimming from the boat was the highlight for us. Joseph our cruise co-ordination is just an amazing person, so warm and friendly and knowledgeable about all the ports, where to eat, swim, shop and of course Valeria our bar person, who remembered everyone’s name from day one, thanks for all the fun! We would highly recommend variety cruises to anyone looking for a more personal approach to cruising, the crew (including the captain) are always available for a chat, offering further insight to the cruise. We can’t wait to get on board again!