Tour companies operating group vacations have long offered travelers an easy way to see the world. But amid the coronavirus pandemic’s travel restrictions, tour companies started shrinking their group size as a health measure, and the trend of small group travel increased significantly. It was the right time for Holiday Tours Iceland to create its collection of small-group day tours from Reykjavik.
There are plenty of hidden benefits of traveling in small groups of up to 19 persons, like adding extra stops and activities during a tour. It is more about being a traveler than being a tourist. In small group tours, it is easier to get further off the beaten tracks, add authentic, local experiences, and come face to face with fascinating Icelandic culture, history, scenery, nature, and landscape.
During Holiday Tours small-group day excursions, travelers see and do more with other travelers and learn about Iceland from an enthusiastic, experienced, and knowledgeable driver-guide. Not only can small-group tours be outstanding value for money, keeping Iceland visitors safe and secure, but they also reduce environmental impact.
Holiday Tours bestselling day trips with a twist include the South Coast with or without a Solheimajökull glacier hike, the Golden Circle route with a visit to Friðheimar tomato farm and the geothermal Secret Lagoon, and a journey around the Snæfellsnes Peninsula that stop at ten different fascinating sites.