FAQ

Since all my travel plans are tailor-made, the price is not set and therefore it is not possible to book customised tours directly through my website. If you want to have a customised travel plan, please send me an e-mail or give me a call and tell me something about you and what you are looking for and I will send you ideas regarding sights, activities, accommodation and everything else, along with a price quote. If you want to proceed after that I will send you a payment link for the deposit (usually around 30% of the total amount), payable with both VISA and Mastercard and then I will send a payment link for the remaining amount a few weeks before the tour starts. I will also offer package tours that will be bookable on my website soon.

The price for tours depends on whether you would like to do a private or self-drive tour, how many you are, how long the tour is, what accommodation you prefer (as well as availability at any given time) and whether or not you want to include some activities (for example glacier hike, snowmobiking, horseback riding, hiking tour etc.)

You need to be at least 18 years old to make a booking. The age limit for most tours is 6 years old but in some cases it might be different, depending on what kind of tour/activity it is. If you are travelling with young children we might need to make special arrangements so please let me know if that is the case.

Iceland is definitely considered a safe travel destination in terms of crime rate and social security. However there are some safety factors that are good to keep in mind when travelling to Iceland:

Weather conditions:

The weather in Iceland can change very quickly; it can be sunny one minute and wind, rain or snow the next. I recommend that travellers check the weather forecast before they make plans to drive or hike in Iceland, especially during the winter months: Vedur.is

Road conditions:

Driving in Iceland can be risky, especially during winter. I usually do notrecommend that people rent a car here during the winter months unless they are used to driving in extreme conditions on snowy roads. It is always advisable to check road conditions before you make travel plans in Iceland, especially if you plan on driving on mountain roads or in the highlands: Road.is

I strongly recommend that you apply for travel insurance in your home country that covers the cost in case you need to cancel with a short notice. This is usually not an expensive insurance and frequently it also covers other travel related risks as well.