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Your Ultimate Icelandic Luxury Adventure

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Enjoy all that Iceland has to offer during this 6-day bespoke luxury itinerary. Available for both families and couples, this is the most wonderful way to experience Iceland's best designer properties including the best adventure-led experiences organised by our expert and dedicated team on the ground.

The Sybarite is pleased to craft this unique itinerary that let's you experience Iceland culturally and architecturally whilst staying at an exclusive luxury property.

About Your Stay

Experience the epitome of luxury and modernity at this architecturally curated villa spanning 150 sq. m on one level. Revel in the seamless blend of contemporary design, quality furnishings, and breathtaking natural vistas, illuminated by abundant natural light.

The villa features a fully equipped kitchen overlooking the spacious living area, complemented by cozy fireplace warmth. Three exquisite bedrooms offer queen-sized beds, with one en-suite bathroom, ensuring a comfortable stay for up to 6 guests.

Indulge in three showers, including an outdoor option, and relish the large southwest-facing balcony with BBQ facilities.

Unwind in the outdoor Jacuzzi, enjoy the warmth of the outdoor fireplace, and embrace the stunning 360° panoramic views. This retreat also boasts Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, a hairdryer, elevating your stay to unparalleled luxury and relaxation.

Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms including 1 en-suite / 3 showers (2 indoors 1 outdoors)

Blue Lagoon Retreat Hotel

The Retreat hotel by Blue Lagoon Iceland has a subterranean spa, a geothermal lagoon, a restaurant that reimagines Iceland’s culinary traditions, and a 62- suite hotel encircled by the Blue Lagoon’s mineral- rich waters.

The Retreat is a place where guests can leave the world behind and enter a timeless realm of relaxation, rejuvenation and exploration.

In the suites, enjoy walls of glass open up whether to swimming-free zone of the lagoon on the ground floor or to panoramic views of ever- changing moss on the upper floor. Sweeping lava fields unfold into the volcanic horizon. With timeless design that channels the forms and colours of the enchanting landscape, each suite becomes one with nature—creating a place of profound comfort.

The Blue Lagoon features various choices of restaurant.

The Lava Restaurant offer culinary classics in volcanic architecture. Gourmet dining on the shores of a wonder of the world, showcasing the savoury highlights of Icelandic cuisine. Simpler dishes for children also available.

Taste gourmet delicacies at the Spa restaurant. Before, during, or after your spa journey, enjoy the restaurant’s enchanting ambience and savoury nourishment. Dine in your robe or fully clothed.

Enjoy an exquisite reinventions of Icelandic cuisine at the Moss Restaurant. Recommended by the 2020 Michelin Guide, Moss occupies the highest point at Blue Lagoon Iceland, offering stunning views of the volcanic horizon. With menus that move effortlessly from the mountains to the rivers to the seas, each dish opens the door to the diverse delights of Iceland’s endless bounty of nourishment.

Your Itinerary

Day 1

Arrival to Iceland

As soon as you've landed, your journey begins in the land of fire and ice. You'll meet with your private driver and guide before driving towards the Icelandic country side.

Lava Cave Visit (optional)

Explore the magnificent lava tunnel Raufarhуlshellir, which is one of the longest and best-known lava tubes in Iceland. Witness the inner workings of a volcanic eruption as one walks in the path of lava that flowed during the Leitahraun eruption, which occurred east of the Bláfjöl mountains about 5200 years ago.

Chances to observe the Northern Lights

The extreme dark of the Icelandic winter has a few perks. Between September and April, people in Iceland are treated to a magnificent natural display: the phenomenon of aurora borealis, or what we commonly call the Northern Lights.

Aurora borealis are a natural phenomena. The bright dancing lights of the aurora are actually collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth's atmosphere.

Enjoy this phenomena from your private villa’s backyard in the Icelandic country side away form light pollution.

A kind reminder that the Northern Lights are an element of nature and can’t be controlled nor guaranteed.

Day 2

Explore the Golden Circle of Iceland

Today your guide will take you along the handpicked sites of this famous area of Iceland. This wonderful experiences combines history, culture, and extraordinary nature to make your day unforgettable. Witness the three wonders of the famous Iceland Golden Circle and learn the history and geology of each site. See the breathtaking Gullfoss waterfall, the bubbling pools and Strokkur waterspout at Geysir and the incredible tectonic rift at Þingvellir National Park.

Afterwards, enjoy a unique lunch inside the tomato greenhouse farm Friðheimar. At the fam, you'll also witness a horse show and have the opportunity to understand more about this five-gaited horse breed, whilst also being able to visit the stables.

Day 3

Explore the South Coast of Iceland

Today, you’ll encounter black sand beaches, thundering waterfalls, powerful volcanoes, and majestic glaciers. Travel through the farming regions of southern Iceland and experience the Land of Fire and Ice.

This stunning natural landscape has been shaped over the centuries by the combined activity of glaciers and volcanoes. Marvel at Skógafoss waterfall and take a walk on the black sand Reynisfjara beach with its surrounding basalt columns. According to Icelandic legend the columns are actually mischievous trolls, who were turned into rock by the rising sun. Get a panoramic view of the coast from Dyrhólaey. Get close to the Seljalandsfoss and Kvernufoss waterfalls, and maybe get a chance to walk behind them depending on the snow conditions.

Kalta Ice Cave and Super Jeep Tour

It’s time to jump in a super jeep, strap on your crampons and step onto the mighty Myrdalsjokull glacier.

Mother Nature has really outdone herself with this one, the movie-like surroundings and glaciers are everywhere you look. Grandiose ice walls tower over you as you walk among them to enter the magical blue and black ice dome of the outlet glacier named after the powerful volcano Katla. Prepare to have your breath taken away!

Beautiful layers of different colored ice and volcanic ash unfold from the ice as we come closer to the cave, painting impressive stripes in the glacier. Your guide will tell you all about the history of the glacier, the ice cave and the area around it making the tour educating and exciting all at once.

Viking feast in a mysterious Icelandic cave (optional)

Experience a culinary journey back in time with this unique dining adventure. Venture into the ancient mystery of these Caves carved by human hands centuries ago, possibly as early as the Viking era.

Immerse yourself in the enchanting ambiance of these underground chambers, adorned with intriguing carvings and remnants of ages past. Picture yourself as a Viking, feasting on a delectable three-course meal meticulously crafted by local chefs. Indulge in exquisite delicacies such as gravlax, succulent lamb shank, and a divine skyr dessert, all served amidst the flicker of candlelight and the resonance of live music. Sip on local beers and handpicked wines, savouring each moment in the cool, subterranean embrace.

Day 4

Explore Reykjavik

Reykjavik is the northernmost capital in the world. Despite the fact that it is not as large as many other capitals, the city is thrumming with life. It has a very interesting art scene, as the many famous Icelandic bands and artists can testify. In addition, there are many superb museums and attractions you can visit. Enjoy this colourful city with your guide.

The Blue Lagoon Retreat and its Ritual

Enjoy the regenerative thermal waters rich in silica and sulfur. The temperature in the bathing and swimming area is very comfortable, averaging 37–39° C.

The spa journey culminates with the Blue Lagoon Ritual. In a spacious sanctuary of interconnected chambers, your body is covered with the three treasures of geothermal seawater: silica, algae, and minerals. Silica brings radiance and cleansing. Blue Lagoon algae brings nourishment and anti-aging, minerals bring exfoliation and revitalisation.

Guests must be 12 years or older to enter the Blue Lagoon Retreat Spa. Children between 2 and 11 years old can access the Blue Lagoon.

Day 5

THE Reykjanes Peninsula

The Reykjanes Peninsula runs along the Mid-Atlantic Rift, where the Eurasian and the North American tectonic plates drift apart. Due to this geological setting, the whole peninsula is extremely volcanically active, covered with moss-coated lava fields and cone-shaped mountains.

Visit sites such as the Seltún Geothermal Area, the 2021 eruption site of Fagradalsfjall, and the bridge between the continents.

Day 6


Today it is your last day in Iceland. Your guide will take you to Keflavik Airport.

Price available on enquiry

More information available upon request. Minimum duration may apply.
Please read our terms and conditions before booking.

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