Best Cruises that Stop in Iceland
Discover cruises that stop in Iceland for an unforgettable adventure!
Iceland is one of the most intriguing cruise destinations in the world, and travelers are taking notice. Iceland is a photographer’s dream destination, with breathtaking scenery that combines the natural beauty of fiery volcanoes and lava fields with icy glaciers, waterfalls, and deep fjords. Add in the dazzling, awe-inspiring splendor of the mysterious Northern Lights, and it is easy to understand why cruises to Iceland have become so incredibly popular. Iceland tourism has grown so much, in fact, that American tourists will actually outnumber Iceland residents this year. To help you experience this gloriously rugged country for yourself, our travel experts have put together a list of the best cruises that stop in Iceland.
1.) Experience all the natural beauty Iceland has to offer on Princess Cruises’ 14 Days Iceland and British Isles Cruise leaving from Dover on August 28, 2017. Your cruise stops at four ports of call in Iceland so you can fully explore this exciting country! Visit the glorious Hengifoss waterfall in Seydisfjordur, then admire the ‘Waterfall of the Gods’ and take a dip in the geothermal natural baths in Akureyri. Travel into Iceland’s heroic past as you tour mighty Snæfellsjokull, an imposing stratovolcano in the lava fields near Grundarfjordur, and view the awe-inspiring natural wonders at UNESCO World Heritage site Thingvellir National Park in Reykjavik. Stops at the iconic ports of Dublin and Belfast in Ireland, Oban in Scotland, and Liverpool and Dover in England complete an awesome cruise vacation. Rates begin at $3499.
2.) Witness nature at its finest on Norwegian’s 15 Days Scandinavia & Fjords Cruise aboard Norwegian Jade departing August 29, 2017. Your roundtrip cruise starts at Southampton, England with stops at the charming Norwegian cities of Bergen and Alesund before heading off to the dramatic sculptured cliffs of Scotland’s Shetland Islands. Be sure to bring your camera for the visually stunning lava flows, hot springs, and colorfully quaint villages of Reykjavik and glorious botanical gardens of Akuryri in Iceland. Tour the magnificent St Magnus Cathedral and visit the Standing Stones in Kirkwall, and explore the majestic castles in Edinburgh. Your cruise finishes with a stop in Newcastle to discover historic Hadrian’s Wall. Take advantage of Norwegian’s Free at Sea promotion and low rates that start at just $1519!
3.) Cruises to Iceland get the Frozen experience with Disney’s fabulous 11-Days Scandinavia & Fjords cruise aboard Disney Magic! This round-trip cruise leaves from Dover on June 28, 2017. Your itinerary includes stops in Alesund and Stavanger in Norway, Akuryri and Reykjavik in Iceland, and Invergordon in the UK. The kids will love visiting the actual fjords, glaciers, and villages that inspired the movie Frozen. In addition to sightseeing trips to view the gorgeous scenery in Norway and Iceland, your family will enjoy meet and greets with Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, and Olaf, Frozen themed dining and shore excursions that include whale watching, trout fishing, and more.
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