Traveling around Iceland is an extraordinary experience. Some may even dare to say, life changing! Likely why many couples around the world, choose our island to adventure together whether it be for their wedding, honeymoon, or another type of romantic getaway. However, are you ready to spend hours researching or paying a company to craft a generic itinerary for you? Allow us to do the dirty work for you… So grab a glass of your favorite drink and indulge in our favorite Iceland Honeymoon Self Drive Journey!
Why Honeymoon in Iceland?
You choose your honeymoon location with intent. Maybe you’re a couple who loves embarking on unique experiences, road tripping, or are obsessed with interesting landscapes. Therefore, you may choose Iceland because as a couple you crave adventure. To illustrate, imagine exploring an endless variety of landscapes and activities like these…
- 100’s of waterfalls (public and private).
- Natural Caves
- Glacier Lagoons
- Ice Caves
- Lunar Landscapes
- Black Sand Beaches
- Moss Covered Lava Fields
- Golden Sand Beaches
- Geothermal Areas
- Countryside Churches
- Historic Lighthouses
- Fields of Lupines (mid June to mid July is prime time).
- Northern Lights (typically between September – March).
- Crashed airplane wrecks (yes their are multiple).
- Basalt rock formations
- Super Green Mountains
- 2300 old lava fields
- Sod Farms & Turf Houses.
- Fresh Water Lakes
- Snowmobiling adventures
- Short to multi-day hiking in Iceland.
- Exploring Iceland 13 glaciers plus countless glacier outlets / tongues!
- Picturesque fishing villages.
- Winter Camping!
- Adventuring into the Icelandic Highlands via super jeep!
- Visit the countless Icelandic Hot Springs or hike to a secluded one!
- Relax in Iceland’s only floating pool!
- 55 Offbeat Things to Do in Iceland!
- Discovering the Inside of a Volcano.
- Finding your way to witnessing UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as the following: Þingvellir National Park; Vatnajökull National Park; or seeing Surtsey from afar.
- Snorkeling between tectonic plates!
Big enough list for you? Certainly we’re sold and we’ve been living here for almost a decade! So to say we will hook you up with the best Iceland Honeymoon Self Drive Journey for you to embark on, would be an understatement!!
Best Iceland Honeymoon Self Drive Route:
Iceland welcomes you year round. But depending on what you would like to do when you’re here may dictate when you visit. In fact, today we are going to take our Iceland honeymoon self drive from the perspective of you venturing around with an economy car between May – September.
Therefore, we are not saying you cannot venture outside of this time period, but there are some areas that may be best accessed during July-August. Regardless, we will try to add a disclaimer to those locations so pay attention as you read through. Overall, ideally you have 14 days to be able to get a sense of the best of Iceland and go around the entire island at a comfortable pace. Although if you want to embark on more hiking, multi-day hiking, and Icelandic highland adventures you should add more time or opt out of exploring a region of Iceland.
Iceland Adventure Travel Tips:
- Each day before you head out (or do the night before) make sure you check your route against the following websites:
- Familiarize yourself with how to drive in Iceland before you come.
- Be Responsible: Before you embark on your adventure to Iceland, please take up the mindset of being a responsible tourist. What does that entail? You leave no trace, bottom line. On that same note, it also means you respect the signs, ropes, barriers, and also do not fly your drone in areas that ask you not to. Let’s be kind to nature so she’s just as pretty during your first trip as your following ones and certainly for others =) #pleaseandthankyou
- Always pack a “go bag” with whatever you may need throughout the day. Things like an extra pair of shoes, socks, snacks and layers can be life saving during long days of driving and exploring.
- Don’t forget to do some romantic things together during your Iceland honeymoon self drive journey too!
Day 1: Reykjanes Peninsula
Upon landing at the KEF airport (Keflavík International Airport), you may be ready to hit the ground running! Especially if you’re coming in on an early morning flight (reset the jetlag by powering through it, lol). So grab your rental car and let’s explore the Reykjanes Peninsula together!
This peninsula is magical! Unforgettably rich in colors, geothermal heat, and folklore. And you can visit all of these locations year round. Just note that the lake area and Seltún can be challenging to get to during the winter months (the road can close). Here’s an Iceland honeymoon self drive Google Map route to follow in order if coming from the airport.
Reykjanes Peninsula Road Trip Highlights:
- Garður Old Lighthouse is an adorable white and red lighthouse so close to the airport! Easy walk and lovely beach exploration alongside.
- Bridge Between Continents is a small footbridge that goes over the North American and European tectonic plates.
- Reykjanesviti and Valahnúkur Cliff is Iceland’s oldest lighthouse and lots of basalt rock formations emerging from the sea. You also may recognize basalt stacks in the sea from the Eurovision Netflix movie (when they are doing the Volcano Man video).
- Gunnuhver Geothermal Area is an area full of bubbling mud pots and steam vents. Worth a visit, but if pressed for time, skip the later one is more impressive in our opinion.
- Brimketill Lava Rock Pool is a naturally carved lava pool. This is a quick fun stop to stretch your legs and witness the North Atlantic’s power.
- Seltún Geothermal Area (also called Krýsuvík) is a beautiful boardwalk through a geothermal activity! Don’t be surprised by the intense sulfur smell.
- Lake Kleifarvatn is fresh water lake with gorgeous volcanic features.
- Hotel Borg is a historic hotel in the heart of downtown Reykjavik and within easy walking distance of everything!
- Bonus Location: If you want 8km hike, head to the Hafnarberg Sea Cliffs and Rock Bridge.
Day 2: Discovering Reykjavík
On with our Iceland honeymoon self drive journey… Even if you’re not a city lover the charm of Reykjavík will win you over! Specifically also if you’re a foodie couple too. Since exploring the city doesn’t require driving, we will just list out some cool experiences to have such as the following:
- Top 12 Restaurants in Reykjavik.
- Experiencing the view from the top of Hallgrimskirkja.
- Drink coffee and have a snack at Café Babalú or Sandholt Bakery.
- Delight in brunch at Vox (weekends and best to book a reservation).
- Visit the one and only Icelandic Phallological Museum!
- Take time to Fly Over Iceland! May seem like a silly thing to do but it was actually pretty cool.
- Embark on a helicopter experience from Reykjavik.
- Walk along the ocean hand in hand together (Iceland Travel Tip: Look for the famous statue called “Sun Voyager”).
- Go to Iceland’s most famous traditional hot dog stand (Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur)!
- Visit one of the countless swimming pools.
- Witness the architecture of Harpa Concert Hall (both outside and in).
- History lover? Don’t miss these museums: National Museum of Iceland; Reykjavík Art Museum (Listasafn Reykjavíkur); and the Reykjavík Maritime Museum.
- If extra time and you want to go for a drive go to the Perlan, hike to Helgufoss Waterfall, or check out Heiðmörk.
Day 3: The Offbeat Golden Circle
Although the famed “Golden Circle” can feel overrated in places, it is still a must do thing when you travel to Iceland. However, we invite you to do it our way, so you indulge on from offbeat spots along the way! Let’s go on with the best offbeat Golden Circle Iceland honeymoon self drive tour!
Self Driving the Golden Circle Highlights:
- þórufoss Waterfall stands just over 60 feet high and a hidden gem on the way to the national park. A perfect way to kick off your adventure through the Golden Circle! Fun Fact: It was a Game of Thrones filming location too!
- Thingvellir National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a wonderful place to witness the tectonic plates and hike in nature. Note- There is a parking fee here.
- Öxarárfoss is a waterfall within the national park and is an easy 10-15 minute hike. Note- There is a parking fee here.
- Geysir is a geothermal area where a hole erupts a hot water stream over 200 feet into the air.
- Gullfoss in our opinion is Iceland’s version of “Niagara Falls.” It’s super touristy but worth the stop!
- Faxafoss is a wide waterfall that has a salmon ladder next to it and the river opens into a lovely canyon. Note- There is a parking fee here.
- Friðheimar is a super fun place to have a late lunch. You’ll see one of Iceland’s largest tomato greenhouses too!
- Secret Lagoon in Flúðir is a fabulous natural hot spring that does not require any hiking and even had creature comforts like delighting in a beer or glass of wine!
- Kerid Crater is a 560 foot wide crater that you can easily hike around. Note- There is a parking fee here.
- Where to stay near the Golden Circle: Hotel Grimsborgir is Iceland’s only true luxury accommodation in South Iceland. It is light, bright, beautiful, has hot tubs, and 5-star dining.
Furthermore, check out the easy self drive Google Maps step by step directions of this awesome route! And be aware that all of these locations are accessible year round but it would be good to have Yaktrax during winter.
Day 4: Best of South Iceland
Oh la la the South of Iceland, our favorite place on earth and our home sweet home =) Every single thing about the South steals our heart. Certainly, you could spend weeks discovering all of the wonders, but we know you’re likely going to be on a tight schedule so we will leave you with best of highlights for your first trip at least! Therefore, it may be good to break these locations into two days versus one depending on daylight hours and how you like to travel. In the meantime, make sure you follow the Google Maps directions to find yourself to all of the gorgeous spots below…
Most Amazing Things to See in Southern Iceland:
- Keldur Turf Houses are sweet historical houses alongside a turf farm that also has a historical church from the 1800’s. Note- There is usually a entrance fee during the summer months (June – August).
- Gluggafoss (also called Merkjárfoss) is a lovely waterfall that is multi-tiered. There is even a hike inside the canyon or on top.
- Nauthúsagil Waterfall is an exciting hike through a narrow canyon to two waterfalls if you make it all the way through! Note- Depending on your vehicle type, you may not be able to get to it during the winter months.
- Gljufrabui is in-between the above and below waterfalls. Make sure you bring your raincoat, waterproof boots, and prepare to get wet!
- Seljalandsfoss is one of Iceland’s tallest waterfalls but also the largest you can safely walk behind. Keep your raincoat on if you venture behind as you can easily get soaked. Fair to say though it is super touristy so don’t expect any private moments. Note- They charge for parking here.
- Skógafoss Waterfall is 200 feet high by 82 feet wide. Crazy beautiful but heavily trafficked. But if you’re a hiker, it’s fun to hike about 1-3 hours above the waterfall (take the steps up and follow the trail back) to see a tons more that spew from this river.
- Kvernufoss is an offbeat waterfall hike beside the Skogar Museum. This use to be a stunning place where there were no ropers, barriers, or signs. However, as tourism has increased and irresponsible folks have decided to damage the area by going wherever they wanted the area has changed significantly. Note- There is an parking / entrance fee that needs to be paid at the museum.
- Loftsalahellir Cave can be found right before you enter the Dyrhólaey Nature Preserve. Likely if has rained recently it can be a very muddy hike up but worth it!
- Dyrhólaey Lighthouse has two parts a lower (that you cannot see the sea arch from) and higher where the lighthouse and sea arch can be seen. Good news too, between end of May to August this is a fantastic place to watch puffins. However, be aware that you cannot drive up to the second area during nesting time (typically between May – June). During winter the switch back turn up the mountain may not be doable in your vehicle so hiking may be a safer option for you then and in nesting season.
- Reynisfjara Black Beach and Basalt Stacks is Iceland’s most famous black sand beach. The rip-tide waves however are dangerous so don’t even think about laying out on the beach or touching the water. Meanwhile, do explore it if the tide is low as it is possible to walk very close to the sea stacks and visit the 3 caves on the beach too.
- Best place to stay in South Iceland: Stay in Vik gives you fantastic options from luxury hotel vibes, cottages, and furnished apartments!
- Bonus Day in Vík: If you have flexibility in your schedule, we encourage you to book a unique adventure with Vik Expeditions.
South Iceland Travel Tip: Make sure you know the best restaurants in the South of Iceland before you finalize your Iceland Honeymoon Self Drive route!
Day 5: South Iceland Continued
Southern Iceland is rich in types of landscape that are at your fingertips to experience. Further, as you head Southeast, feel free to follow these Google Map directions to seek out some of the interesting locations below.
Southern Iceland Adventures Continue:
- Vík í Myrdal Church is a hilltop church overlooking the adorable town of Vík! In fact, it’s on the same road we are building our dream house too! Sadly, the church will not be open but we welcome you to enjoy the lovely view!
- Vík Black Sand Beach is a slightly less touristy beach that offers a different view view of Reynisdranger sea stacks.
- Fjaðrárgljúfur is a canyon that use to offbeat until Justin Bieber made it famous. Although beautiful it now has countless ropes, barriers, and signs asking you to respect the flora trying to regrow.
- Dverghamrar are cliffs that offer a lot of character. Fantastic quick spot to have a short walk and stretch your legs.
- Svartifoss is a sweet lava rock waterfall within Skaftafell (which is inside the Vatnajökull National Park). During spring, summer, and fall you can expect the hike to it to take around 45 minutes one way.
- Fjallsárlón Glacier Lagoon is slightly less touristy compared to other lagoons, especially if you hike further to the left side. The amount of icebergs floating will vary.
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon is one of Iceland’s most famous places. You can hike around, watch icebergs float into the ocean, and even book a boat ride to see them up close!
- Diamond Beach is the outlet beach where the icebergs often get carried out to. Truly the icebergs glimmering on the black beach look like diamonds!
- Where to stay in Southeast Iceland: Fosshotel Vatnajökull.
Day 6: Best of East Iceland
Our Iceland Wedding Planner team has spent weeks hiking throughout all of the nook and crannies of East Iceland. Therefore, we would love to share with you our local perspective to enhance your exciting Iceland honeymoon self drive journey! Follow these Google Map directions to reach the fabulous landmarks below…
East Iceland Highlights:
- Vestrahorn Mountain is the famed “mirror mountain” boasted by the Bollywood film Dilwale. It’s a dreamy spot both in daylight and at night! Be aware there is an entrance fee payable directly to the landowner.
- Viking Village & Café is a aging film set (to still be used) of a traditional village. The café is owned by the landowner and offer light snacks and coffee to warm you up after your hike around.
- Fardagafoss Waterfall is a waterfall that can be seen from the road that leads into Seydisfjordur.
- Town of Seydisfjordur is colorful and offers lots of different little shops and hikes with character.
- Vestdalsfossar Hike is a magical one and true highlight of the small town it resides in. Do not miss this place!
- Town of Mjóifjörður is one that can only be reached by car mainly between late June – early September. Super fun place to explore for a half or full day!
- Best Hotel in East Iceland: Icelandair Hotel Herad.
Day 7: East Iceland Continued
Woot woot, a week in to your epic Iceland honeymoon self drive adventure! If you’re game for some hikes today and some relaxation at the end… Don’t miss these Google Map directions to the picturesque places below. However, do not venture to the first two locations unless road conditions and weather in Iceland allow.
Unique Things to Do in East Iceland:
- Stuðlagil Canyon is a STUNNING 5 mile hike. For example, during the summer months (and typically just during then) the water is a crazy vivid blue color and that combined with the basalt stacks makes it a wild place to explore. Also, outside of the summer months, it’s likely you will not experience the pristine vivid color in the water as the power company released water and floods the area making it run gray and cloudy.
- Hengifoss Waterfall hike is one we recommend to do in the summer months. The path is well marked and there is even a newly built boardwalk through much of it.
- Hallormsstaðaskógur (East Iceland Forest Preserve) where you’ll find a lake, waterfall, and lots of sweet little hiking trails!
- Vök Baths floating pools are a one of kind experience!
- Bonus Day: Let’s say you have an extra day or two and you’re coming in July-August… Then I would add an extra day and embark on the hike to Stórurð!
Day 8: Best of Northeast Iceland
Although the North is a bit less full of variety than the south, it is still packed with beauty. The best way to begin your adventure to Northeast Iceland is taking your time. Therefore, Day 8 will mostly focus on driving, but will have a few gems to feast your eyes on such as the following:
Northeast Iceland Highlights:
- Arctic Henge is Iceland’s version of Stonehenge. Cool place to checkout if you have the time and a magnificent place to watch the Northern Lights!
- Dettifoss Waterfall (both east and west) is only safely reached on your own between June – early September. For instance, outside of this period, it is best to have a local guide or tour company with you due to the terrain. Note- We would not recommend going to this location outside of the summer months without a tour guide and / or experience local. You can get into a lot of trouble with the road conditions in this highland area. NOTE: During summer also be sure to check out the other two waterfalls nearby (Selfoss and Hafragilsfoss).
- Where to stay in Northeast Iceland: Fosshotel Mývatn (book 2 nights here).
Please follow the driving Google Map directions of this awesome Iceland honeymoon self drive route!
Day 9: Continued Exploration of North Iceland
Even if you’ve been to Iceland before, there is a good chance you didn’t find the time to fully explore the North of Iceland. Allow us to share with you the best sites to discover while you’re on your Iceland honeymoon self drive driving route…
Best of North Iceland:
- Aldeyjarfoss is a highland waterfall that is best accessed during summer and with a 4×4. Firstly, you’ll marvel over it’s jaw dropping beauty. Secondly, you’ll be thrilled it’s only a 5-10 minute walk down to it.
- Goðafoss Waterfall has changed a lot since we did our last wedding there in 2015. Regardless of the ropes, barriers, and signs it’s still a pretty waterfall.
- Dimmuborgir are historical lava fields, caves, and cool rock formations. Lots of short of long hikes to partake in.
- Lake Mývatn is a fresh water lake that is protected and very beautiful. Take time to explore around!
- Námaskard Geothermal Area can be found under the Námafjall Mountain. It is pretty open but you do need to respect the ropes and stay on the boardwalk.
- Geosea Geothermal Sea Baths in Húsavík await you to relax in after a day our exploring!
- Bonus Day: Should you have an extra day up in this area, you can day trip up to the small town of Húsavík. There you find the Geosea baths, the best whale watching, the delicious restaurant named Salka, and the famous bar Jaja Ding Dong.
Lastly, feel free to use our Google Map directions to steer you in the right direction!
Day 10: Northwest Iceland
Next, big day of driving will lead through untouched fjords! Firstly, you’ll be in awe over the beauty of the endless beauty. Secondly, you’ll be amazed by the serene feeling you’ll have driving through the coastline and fjords. Thirdly, you’ll witness the charm of the local areas and culture. Therefore, try our Google Map directions to get yourself there flawlessly!
Northwest Iceland Places to Explore:
- Town of Siglufjörður comes with colorful seaside houses, gorgeous mountains, and a sense of stillness.
- Hvítserkur Basalt Formation is one of our favorite spots up North. In fact, it looks like a dragon drinking water, how fun is that?! And experiencing it during low tide is even more magical!
- Icelandic Sorcery & Witchcraft Museum is the only place in the world you can see in person a pair of 17th century necropants (nábrók). Yup, you read that right! Just go there if you have time because it’s truly unique.
- Where to stay in Iceland Westfjords: Hotel Djúpavík. A hotel in the middle of an old fishing village that feels abandoned.
Day 11: Westfjords Part 2
The Westfjords of Iceland are best explored during summer. Not saying you cannot adventure outside of that time period. But do make sure that you have a higher clearance true 4×4, check the weather, and road conditions before you head out.
To illustrate, the roads are pitted and you cannot go very fast and potholes can cause problems for your vehicle quickly. Also, there are a lot of areas with limited phone service and steep switchback turns with drops into the ocean. Plus, you are out in the middle of nowhere in most cases so it’s not super easy to get things repaired quickly.
Places to Explore in the Westfjords:
- Old Castle in Iceland at Arngerðareyri is also called, “kastallin” (featured in above photo). This is the closest thing to a castle you’ll see in Iceland.
- Dynjandi Waterfall is likely the Westjfords most famous waterfall. It is possible to hike throughout the multi levels too. Just be respectful to the ropes, barriers, and signs.
- Rauðisandur directly translates to “red sands.” So you can anticipate exploring an orange-red colored beach! As a matter of fact, 10 kilometers of it awaits you!
- Látrabjarg is a bird or nature lovers heaven! For example, the steep cliffs stretch beyond 8 miles offering birds incredible nesting spots and endless spots for you to view them in their natural habitat.
- Breiðavík is worth a stop if you’re a beach lover and want to experience golden pure sand.
- Where to stay in the Westfjords: Hotel Latrabjarg
- Bonus Day: If you’re a hiker then don’t miss out on scheduling a tour to hike with a local guide Hornstrandir Nature Reserve.
Check out the Google Map directions in order to find your way to the above awesome locations!
Day 12: Part 1 Snæfellsnes Peninsula
More often than not, locals speak of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula as being extremely enchanted. From the feelings you have while exploring to how unique the landscapes appear. Also all of the hundreds of folklore stories the area holds will really enhance the discovery experience. Likely you could spend 2-4 days here but we will keep it to 2 nights and the best of for now. Coming from the Westfjords, follow these Google Map directions to get to the Iceland Honeymoon Self Drive through the Snaefellsness Peninsula.
Venturing to the Snaefellsness Peninsula:
- Ferry or Drive: You’ve got 2 choices when you head to the Snaefellsness Peninsula from the Westfjords. For instance, you can jump on the Baldur Ferry from Brjánslækur to Stykkishólmur (yes it carries your car too). Or do the drive alongside the peninsula, so take your pick!
- Kirkjufellsfoss & Mountain is not only a picturesque gem of this peninsula, but it is also a Game of Thrones filming location. We last photographed at this waterfall in 2014, so a lot as changed in regards to ropes, signs, and barriers so please rest them! Be aware: This area can be very touristy so it’s best to hit early morning or late evening (outside of bus tour times).
- Where to stay in the Snaefellsness Peninsula: Hótel Búðir or Fosshotel Hellnar (stay 2 nights).
Day 13: Part 2 Snæfellsnes Peninsula
Spending at least 2 days in this fabulous peninsula is a must do. So on with Iceland honeymoon day 13 and part 2!
Best of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula:
- Arnarstapi is a tiny seaside village that is in our opinion the most photo-worthy location in the peninsula. Truly a must see, so don’t skip it if your schedule allows. Gorgeous cliffs and crazy beautiful stone bridges await you! A less than 1 hour hike round trip to see everything too. This area can be very touristy so it’s best to hit early morning or late evening.
- Londrangar is a basalt rock formation that stand 240+ feet out of the ocean.
- Malarrif Lighthouse is within walking distance of Londrangar and offers a lovely view of the lighthouse and stony basalt rock beach.
- Djúpalónssandur Beach claim to fame is being a shipwreck beach with badass cliffs and lava rock textures. The beach is pretty popular but there is plenty of space to sneak away from folks but do be careful around the waves / water.
- Saxhóll Crater is a quick easy hike around a pretty crater. Worth a stop if you haven’t seen one before.
- Skarðsvík is a gorgeous golden sand beach with moss fields and cool cliffs around. Use to be offbeat but now lots of people stop to explore. Iceland Travel Tip: Please pick up any trash you find from yourself or others.
- Svöðufoss is ideal if you want a 30-80 minute hike round trip to an offbeat waterfall!
- Bæjarfoss can be found behind the village of Ólafsvík. Only being a 10-20 minute hike is totally worth it!
- Grundarfoss Waterfall is an offbeat gem that can be found just outside of the town of Grundarfjörður. It’s a rocky 10-15 minute hike one way. Note- The landowners allow you to visit if you leave no trace but please make sure the gate is closed every time you pass it.
Wow-wee lots of amazing stops round out our favorite locations to hit while on your Iceland honeymoon self drive adventure through the Snaefellsness Peninsula. Use this Google Maps link to drive it and/or take out any locations that are not of interest.
Day 14-16: Bonus Adventure Days!
Any extra days you have could be used to explore countless other places between all of these areas or dive deeper into undiscovered spots.
- Drive from the Snaefellsness back to Reykjavik by doing this Iceland honeymoon self drive route on Google Maps. The route takes you to Eldborg Crater; Hraunfossar Waterfall; Deildartunguhver Geothermal Area; and to the start of the Glymur Waterfall hike.
- Book a tour to hike to Húsafell Canyon Baths.
- Hike to Iceland’s tallest waterfall: Glymur
- Explore lava tube caves.
- Book a tour to the Inside the Volcano Experience.
- Heading into the Icelandic Highlands (For example, Kerlingarfjöll or Þórsmörk).
- If you have a bonus day in the South, heading to the Westman Islands is worth a day trip!
- Other offbeat adventures to choose from too!
What a stunning way to end your Iceland Honeymoon Self Drive journey, right?!
Get Married in Iceland Before Your Honeymoon!
High five for making it through and / or dreaming of your 14 day Iceland honeymoon self drive adventure! We hope it leads you down a road of countless joy and beloved memories.
However, if you have the idea of trying to have one of the locations featured in today’s post as your Iceland wedding location, please involved a local Iceland Wedding Planner. 75-80% of the locations shared are on private property and the other 20-25% are on land owned by the government, towns, or businesses. Although the landowners and towns / organizations allow you to visit personally, you do need to ask for permission / permit in advance to have professional photos and / or a wedding group there.
In conclusion, please keep in mind that if you wish to combine your honeymoon with also eloping in Iceland, we suggest even more days if you can swing it. Ideally you arrive two business days before your Iceland wedding day, have your adventure elopement and then embark on your honeymoon. Lastly, team would love to custom craft the perfect private journey for you both wedding and honeymoon! So feel free to contact us to get that exciting time in your lives started!