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Saga Travel GeoIceland, actions and information to prevent the risk of infections  On behalf of the Saga Travel GeoIceland team, we would like to inform you of the contingency plan we have issued with regards to the recent pandemic of the COVID-19 virus. We would firstly like to mention that all tourists are welcome to Iceland and no travel restrictions are […]

Searching for the Northern Lights

Finding the right location to witness the spectacular display of the Northern Lights is not an easy task. Certainly you can be very lucky and see them by looking out your hotel room window at the right time. However, the light in cities and towns “pollutes” the sky and affects our chance to see the […]

The Diamond Circle

A Full Day of the North One of Iceland’s strong points as a destination is the incredible diversity of the landscape. The Diamond Circle is an excellent example of this diversity. The tour covers a large area in North Iceland and it takes you from the arctic coastline up to the highlands. It runs through […]

Getting to Askja Caldera

Inside a Volcano Crater Askja Caldera is located in Vatnajökull National Park. The volcano is in the middle of the Icelandic highlands, 1100 meters above sea level. The landscape is nothing short of breathtaking. If you desire to get away from everything and experience the wilderness of Iceland in its purest form, a tour up […]

The South Coast, don’t miss out!

The South Coast of Iceland is something you do not want to miss out on Even though there is an undeniable, underlying sameness to a lot of the landscape and nature of Iceland, (It’s all young, volcanic, barren etc.) I always claim that every region of the Island has its own unique defining characteristics. Witch […]

Geysir the Original…kind of

Did you know that Geysir was (presumably) the first ever spouting hot spring mentioned in written human history? Now I am not really saying that it was the first in existence. And it most likely wasn’t the first one encountered by the human race either. But it was the first recorded in European history (again… […]

It’s called The Golden Circle for a reason!

The most popular excursion in the scenic gem that is Iceland, and for a very good reason For one it is very close to our biggest city, (The only city to be fair). There you have the greatest concentration of hotels, restaurants, museums  and other services. You can literally roll out of bed in the […]

The Season of Northern Lights is Upon Us

The Northern Lights are finally starting to appear on the sky as daylight hours become fewer. This is our favourite time of the year! When this „art of nature“ illuminates the sky with spectacular displays of green, purple, pink, even red, our hearts jump with joy over the chance of exploring and experiencing with our […]

Driving in Iceland

We often get questions about how it is to drive in Iceland. The short answer is that is relatively easy, but… and there is always a but. We decided to gather a few facts and advises from our guides and our sales team! ICELANDIC ROADS The Icelandic road system is extensive and easy to navigate. […]

Thank you for rating! – Tripadvisor Certification of Excellence

We just received word from tripadvisor with the most joyful message, the Certification of Excellence. We have been Certified by our co-travelers for the 4th year in the row and with an average rating of 5 stars and 98% approval rating. Our main objective as a tour operator is to service travelers to Iceland as best we can, and […]

Seven Great Icelandic Waterfalls

Iceland is full of magnificent waterfalls. We love waterfalls and here is a collection seven of our most favorite Icelandic Waterfalls. We have more favorites of course but these have it in common of being located in North Iceland. We even offer a private tour covering them all in one day.  Great Icelandic Waterfalls Tour […]

Off Road and Off Track

Iceland has a bit of a translation problem when it comes to advertising Super Jeep tours and Off Road driving. We off course want to let people know that it is possible to go off the common paved main road for some river crossing and bumpy track driving. A fun and wholesome way to travel, […]

Have we landed on the moon? No, we’re in Reykjanes

A visit to Reykjanes Peninsula and into the Blue Lagoon “Is it just the six of us?” asks one of the four Americans that steps into the minibus where I’m sitting comfortably next to our guide, Árni Tryggvason, with lots of leg room. The traveller seemed to be surprised by the smallness of the group […]

Take the Icelandic Pledge

We at Saga Travel love Iceland, and we hope you will like this place as well as we do. So we hope we can get you to take the Icelandic Pledge with us so we can enjoy Iceland together, without accidents, and with nature reservation in mind. And please remember to share your pledge, so […]

Our New Website

We are extremely happy here at ST HQ with our new website. It is a fully responsive site designed with the needs of all our clients. The whole idea is to make it easy for everyone to find what they are looking for, even though they do not know what exactly what they are looking […]

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