The following is a suggested itinerary for your Iceland self-drive vacation.
This is a self-drive tour so please be aware that you need to assess each day based on your level of energy, weather conditions and your scheduled activities. You may not be able to visit all sights listed in the itinerary and you may want to do more. We recommend stopping by at the Information Centres located around Iceland to get local up to date advice on sights and more.
On your travels please be aware of the following:
- Please respect our natural environment. Only drive on marked paved/gravel roads. Off-roading causes harm to the environment and is illegal.
- Please be aware that in Iceland you can come across sheep, birds, and other animals on the roads. Please show caution and avoid running into animals. Slow down if possible and let them pass but be mindful of your own safety and other cars on the road.
- Please note that if you unfortunately run over a lamb or sheep you are obliged to remove it from the road and alert the farmer at the next farm about the situation.
- Remember to travel safely, if you need emergency assistance, please dial 112.
Iceland is a wonderful place to explore and there are countless natural wonders that are also accessible for visitors with disabilities. This self-drive tour concentrates on the South of Iceland and either your travel companion drives the car, or we organise a hand-controlled car for you.
The south coast has arguably some of the most spectacular natural features that can be found in Iceland, and you will visit places like Geysir, Gullfoss waterfall, the glacial lagoon Jökulsarlon and Krýsuvík a geothermal area with mud pools and hot springs. This tour promises an amazing week in this adventurous country.
- The Golden Circle
- Glacier Lagoon
- Icelandic Wool Factory
- Gullfoss waterfall