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Círculo dorado y auroras boreales

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¡Vaya día increíble! Primero realiza el tour del Círculo dorado que incluye la visita a tres de las maravillas naturales más emblemáticas de Islandia y recorre uno de los paisajes más pintorescos del país.
Después, cuando anochece, salimos en búsqueda de las mágicas y misteriosas auroras boreales.

Departures

8:00 / 8:00 / 9:00 / 9:00 / 10:00 / 10:00 / 11:00 / 11:00 / 12:00 / 12:00

Duration

Approx. 10:30 hours

Guiding language

Inglés

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Las maravillas naturales de Islandia más famosas en un día

El tour del Círculo dorado es por la mañana, lo que permite un intervalo de 3 a 6 horas antes de ir a la excursión de las auroras boreales. Ese intervalo supone la oportunidad perfecta para cenar algo o hacer nuestro tour Un brindis en Reykjavík. Durante la excursión del Círculo dorado se visitan los tres tesoros naturales del país más emblemáticos: el Parque nacional de Þingvellir, donde las placas tectónicas de América y Eurasia se separaron; el géiser en  erupción  que lanza  agua y vapor  hacia el cielo y la espectacular cascada de Gullfoss donde un río glaciar truena en un cañón durante una caída de 32 metros. Al anochecer nos vamos a la caza de las mágicas y huidizas auroras boreales.

Evidentemente nuestra salida dependerá enormemente de las condiciones meteorológicas y la visibilidad, así que debes tener esto en cuenta;  y no te olvides de que las auroras solo son visibles durante los meses de invierno.

 

Información práctica sobre el tour Círculo dorado y auroras boreales

Precio y disponibilidad: Ver pestaña de reservas a la derecha

Nota: Las auroras boreales solo pueden verse durante los meses de invierno

Niños de 0-11 años gratis y de 12-15 50% descuento

Mín.: No se requiere un número mínimo de participantes.

Límite de edad: Sin límite de edad

Qué llevar: Vestirse de acuerdo al clima. En Islandia  siempre es recomendable llevar ropa abrigada e impermeable. Los cambios de clima pueden ser repentinos así que es mejor estar preparado. Tráete una chaqueta y pantalones impermeables, gorro y guantes. Se recomienda llevar también zapatos de montaña.

Audioguía en el autobús: No te olvides de los auriculares pero si no te los traes te los vendemos.

Duración:  El tiempo total del viaje es aproximadamente de 10 horas, incluyendo una parada de un mínimo de 30 minutos en los siguientes puntos: manantiales y géiser en Geysir, cascada de Gullfoss y Parque nacional de Þingvellir  y 3 horas para el tour de las auroras boreales.

Qué está incluido

  • Recogida en tu alojamiento en Reykjavík
  • Guía local experto
  • Entrada a los lugares de interés turístico
  • Wi-fi gratis y cargador usb en cada asiento
  • Audioguía en el bus  con posibilidad de escoger el idioma
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Tour Highlights

Gullfoss

Gullfoss is a waterfal that flows from Hvítá glacial river. It plummets down 32 meters into a canyon measuring up to a 70 meters deep. The waterfall's existence is the result of a hard fought legal battle in 1907 by the first Icelandic environmentalist, Sigríður Tómasóttir.

Geysir

Geysir, southwestern Iceland is the first geyser described in a printer source and the first known among Europeans. Geysir is in Haukadalur valley, also home to Strokkur geyser. Eruptions at Geysir can be up to 70 metres. Strokkur now erupts every 8-10 minutes from 15-20 metres up to 40 metres high.

Þingvellir

Þingvellir is a site of historical, cultural, and geological importance and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Iceland. It is a National Park since 1930 and a UNESCO world heritage site, hosting the old Þingvellir parliament. It lies in a rift valley that marks the crest of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Almannagjá

Historically, Almannagjá was a campsite for the people of the Parliament (Alþingi) every summer. Hence the name meaning Everyman's Gorge. Through it runs the Öxará river, cascading down a waterfall forming the infamous Drekkingarhylur, where adulterous women were thrown into the abyss to drown.

Kerið

Vulcanologists used to class Kerið as an explosion crater. However after deeper research it is now thought to be a large scoria crater. Its red hued caldera is 55 meters deep and 170 meters wide. Kerið was formed around 3,000 years ago.

Þingvallavatn

Þingvallavatn is the largest natural lake in Iceland, lies perched on the rift valley separating the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. Most of it is in Þingvellir. The Silfra fissure pumps glacial water, filtered through the surrounding lava , into the lake, where the mineral rich fluid fertilises a variety of vegetation.

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"We took three tours"

We took the Norther Lights, Golden Circle and South Coast Tours. All were great! It’s easy, convienient and th3 guides are knowledgeable and friendly. I would definitely recommend .

- bschelle, April 2018

"Awesome"

Having carefully researched and read the reviews of this trip, we booked and were so glad we did. The tour was well structured with plenty of time at each attraction (45 mins to 1hr at each). There were also refreshment and comfort breaks along the way. The coaches were very comfortable with WiFi and a USB charger point at each seat. The guide was friendly and knowledgeable and definitely enhanced the experience.

- RuthAOwen, April 2018

"An amazing experience!"

From pick up from our hotel to being dropped back at our hotel around 8 hours later, we had the most fabulous Iceland experience. Our tour guide was excellent, funny and engaging throughout...not overbearing but gave us all we needed. You get an interactive tablet (so bring headphones) that had a map and information as you drove along- excellent way of getting information as you could choose from a wide variety of languages. The map was GPS linked so as you drove the tablet automatically started to tell you information relevant to your position on the tour.

- JulieAlana, April 2018