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What We Do

Thorough and thoughtful planning. Unique and personalized itineraries. Access to premier hotels and experiences. At Your Iceland, we combine quality service with years of experience curating phenomenal trips. Explore our wide range of travel planning offerings and start dreaming about your next vacation! 

  • How is the weather like in Iceland?
    Iceland has a temperate maritime climate, with refreshing summers and mild winters. From June to August, the average monthly temperature is around 10-13 °C (50-55 °F) and approximately 0 °C (32 °F) in the winter. Even the much colder highlands tend to average only around -10 °C (+14 °F). Even if Iceland's temperature figures are not so extreme, conditions are sometimes harsh and hazardous. When traveling in Iceland, you should be prepared, even in summer, for chilly, wet weather, strong wind, and snowstorms in the wintertime. Please bear in mind that these sometimes-difficult weather conditions might, at times, affect your travel plans.
  • Is Iceland safe?
    Iceland is one of the safest countries in the world! The crime rate is low, and medical care is excellent. However, it is necessary to take precautions when traveling in Iceland due to natural hazards caused by weather and nature, where conditions can change at a moment's notice.
  • How to dress for the Icelandic weather?
    The Icelandic weather is very unpredictable, and as the locals often say: "If you don't like the weather, just wait a bit." Therefore, prepare for any conditions, whatever time of year. Wear sturdy shoes and several clothing layers that you can add or take off according to the situation, always having a wind- and water-resistant outer layer.
  • How long is the daylight?
    During summer, the nights are bright in all of Iceland. In June, the sun rarely fully sets. Winter days are short, with daylight for only 5-6 hours. The spring and autumn nights are more similar in length to each other, roughly the same as in Europe and North America.
  • How to get to Iceland?
    Iceland is only 3-4 flying hours from Europe, and 5-6 hours from the eastern coast of North America. From numerous cities on both sides of the Atlantic, there are daily flights to Iceland operated year-round by both domestic as well as foreign airlines. The international airport in Iceland is Keflavik Airport, located only 40 min. drive from Reykjavik, the capital city.
  • What language do Icelanders speak?
    Icelandic is the national language. Most people speak English, and Danish is the third language taught in schools in Iceland. Many Icelanders also speak one of the other Nordic languages or German, French, Spanish, or Italian.
  • When is the best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland?
    The Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis are a natural phenomenon that can be seen in the night sky during the wintertime in Iceland. The Lights can be visible at any time of day when darkness falls. However, a lot of natural factors need to align just right for the lights to become visible to us. The season for the Northern Lights is from late August to mid -April. However, the Lights are at their peak in September and March.
  • What is Iceland's time zone?
    Iceland is on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) all year round and does not change to summer or wintertime.

Flights, Accommodations & Guides


Your Iceland knows the best of the best! We offer access to the most sensational, one-of-a-kind hotels, services, activities, and tours. We’ll book your flights for you and get you transportation to and from the airport. Relax at gorgeous hotels that pamper you or cuddle up at a romantic lodge surrounded by nature. Be whisked away on exciting excursions around the region or join leisurely sightseeing tours that immerse you in local culture—all of which can be booked with a private guide of your own! Plus, you can enjoy iconic Iceland experiences like unwinding at the Blue Lagoon, whale watching, and glacier hiking. Our variety of suppliers and expert knowledge ensure your dream trip is detailed to perfection! 

Our Process 


Initial Consultation - Free – Connect with us at no cost to start developing your ideal itinerary. We’ll lend you our ear and discuss exactly what you want, offer ideas and tips, create a draft for your perfect trip, and provide a price estimate. 


Let the Planning Begin – Once we have your thoughtfully personalized itinerary laid out, you’ll receive our invoice and pay your deposit. Then, we’ll start collaborating with our vendors, suppliers, hotels, and guides to put the pieces of your dream trip together. Everything will be thoroughly researched and we can stay in touch with you every step of the way to make sure all details are perfect. 


Confirmation – You’re all set! We’ll reach out to you with all the details and confirm that all your expectations are met. 


Enjoy Your Trip – Now all you have to do is take the trip of a lifetime! Feel free to reach out to us with any questions and concerns before and during your time in Iceland. You’ll be in the capable hands of our in-country partners, and after the trip we’ll follow up with you to make sure it was everything you dreamed.

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