Delicious food tour

AH43  Delicious Golden Circle Food Tour


  • Þingvellir National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir geothermal area
  • Delicious farm to table food specialities of Efsti-dalur farm
  • The impossibly sweet tomatoes, chutneys and jams of Friðheimar Greenhouse
  • Traditional Icelandic delicacies at one of the best preserved turfed farms in Iceland

Tour Description:

For many of us food and sightseeing are equally important parts of the travel experience. On this tour you get to explore Iceland‘s sightseeing highlights on the Golden Circle and enjoy sampling delicious local food specialities at selected establishments along the route.

For lunch we stop at Efsti dalur farm where three generations who share a love for the land and a passion for farm to table cooking serve a diverse selection of home made fresh products sure to delight your taste-buds.

Later in the day we drop into the family operated Friðheimar greenhouse & café to sample some of their impossibly sweet tomatoes and mouth-watering chutneys and jams.

On our way back to Reykjavik we swing by Íslenski Bærinn Turf House for traditional Icelandic delicacies like pancakes with whipped cream and rhubarb jelly, flat bread and perhaps a sip of meadowsweet honey and mead. The Turf House is one of Iceland’s best preserved turf farms, the style of building that from the time of settlement kept Icelanders alive in the harsh Arctic climate.

Tour availability and details

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Departure: 09:30
Pick-up: 08:45
Duration: 8,5 - 9 hours

Complimentary hotel pick-up service. 

Children fars: 

Child (0-11): 25% off 

Tour is available: All year round (2017-18)

This tour is operated via Gray Line Iceland -- A leading tour operator in Iceland.

Price: 25.900 ISK
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Itinerary Details:

English guidance
Tour departure: 09:30 
Duration: 8,5-9 hours 

Every Saturday during winter
Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday during summer (15 May - 15 Sep 2017)

Minimum 4 passengers are required to operate the tour
Max 25 passengers