The Golden Circle, Fridheimar & The Secret Lagoon Private Tour

Golden Circle, Fridheimar & The Secret Lagoon Private Tour

$ 1499 1-7 passengers
  • Contact us for prices for larger groups
  • Thingvellir old parliament
  • Geysir geothermal area
  • Gullfoss waterfall
  • Fridheimar tomato farm & lunch there
  • The Secret Lagoon
  • Skalholt cathedral
  • Kerid Crater

Duration: From 6-8 hours approximately

Included: Pick up and drop off in the capital area.

Not-included: Food, beverages & entrance fees, unless specified.

Important: The prices are quoted per vehicle, not per passenger. 


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Our tour guide from Airport Taxi Tours, Fridjon was outstanding. He was personable and friendly and extremely proud and knowledgeable about his country. The sights of the waterfalls and geysers are truly wonders of the world. The tomato farm is a must do.

Open your mind to a day filled with information, excellent food & relaxation

Join us on this packed tour and get to know us, taste our food and soak in our serene geothermal pools.


The restaurant at Fridheimar tomato farm, serves the world’s best tomato soup!

You are going to taste that with us! If by any chance you don’t like tomato soup there are other options on the menu!


Soak in Iceland’s oldest swimming pool!

Why not allow your self to do as the “Romans” and just relax in the serene environment of the Secret Lagoon?


The Tour:



To take a private tour with us on the Golden Circle is an unforgettable memory of your travels in Iceland.  We cover most of the major attractions of southern Iceland, starting with a drive to the national park of Thingvellir, where the first settlers of our great country established our parliament in the year 930.  Althingi, our parliament is the oldest working parliament in the world.  At Thingvellir, we invite you to walk through the ravine of Almannagja. When walking through the ravine, you are in fact walking between the two continental plates. We do not want to ruin a good experience by babbling some extremely accurate geographical facts but we will if you want. Thingvellir is considered one of the best places in Iceland to see the effects of the separation of the two continental plates and how the rift valley appears.   



We arrive at the waterfall of all waterfalls, Gullfoss. Gullfoss is often referred to as the Queen of Icelandic waterfalls. It has a 32 meter drop through three stalls and then into a very deep ravine. Not many people know but the waterfall was privately owned. The farmer was tricked into renting out the rights to the waterfall. The farmer’s daughter loved the waterfall and did everything in her power to try to save it. They lost the legal battle but held up a good fight. Hear the whole story on the tour.



We drive on to Geysir, the world’s most famous hot spring. Currently, Strokkur (Geysir’s smaller brother) is the only one that is erupting but does so in a spectacular way every few minutes. 


The world’s best Tomato soup?

Fridheimar tomato farm has proven to be one of the main attractions on the golden circle. We offer you to stop there for lunch on our golden circle tour. At Fridheimar you sit down in a beautiful greenhouse full of tomatoes and bumble bees. It really is a once in a lifetime experience. We hope that you enjoy this part of the tour with us.

The lunch is at your own expense.  


The Secret Lagoon:

From Fridheimar, we go to the wonderful Secret Lagoon. It is the oldest swimming pool in Iceland, getting it’s hot water from the local hot springs which are situated in the pool area. The Secret Lagoon is unique and absolutely the best place to stop after a perfect tour with us. You will need a swimsuit and a towel, but both can be rented at the lagoon. The entrance fee to the Secret Lagoon is not included. 



From the Secret Lagoon we head to Skalholt, one of Iceland’s most historical places. Skalholt was an episcopal see, a school, a seat of learning and administration for more than 700 years and a place of pilgrimage in medieval times. 



Our last stop on this tour is the 6.500 year old crater Kerid. It emptied in an eruption and the top caved in on the magma chamber. Now there is water at the bottom. The crater has very good acoustics and has been used for outdoor concerts. After a fantastic day, which you will cherish and remember for the rest of your life, we take you back to Reykjavik.