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Private Guide in Reykjavik - Tony P.

(Member Since 2010) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Reykjavik Languages: English

I am an Englishman who is passionate about landscape photography and Icelandic nature. I run a photo tour company providing pro photographer guides.

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Private Guide in Hafnarfjordur - Michael J. Kissane

(Member Since 2009) Languages: English, Icelandic

t is worth noting that I have always been a nature-lover, and I have more than 40 years of experience in fly-fishing and photography. I am the citizen of Iceland and the USA simultaneously, and I have spent more than 26 years of my life in Iceland. I have travelled to many countries. I have visited 49 out of the 50 states; I have seen much of Canada, most part of Mexico and another 29 countries of the Pacific, Africa and Europe. I have been working as a private guide in Reykjavik for many years now. I offer a wide range of guided tours in Reykjavik, and most of my tours are very popular among tourists and travelers.

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Private Guide in Hvolsvollur - Midgard Adventure

(Member Since 2018) Languages: English

Midgard Adventure is located in the small town of Hvolsvollur, central South Iceland. This is in the heart of Katla Geopark and is thus in the heart of many magnificent and varied sceneries. The company was founded in the spring of 2010.

Private guides in Iceland


Capital: Reykjavik
Language: English
Currency: Icelandic krona (ISK)


The island country of Iceland is located along the volcanically active Mid-Atlantic Ridge, where the North Atlantic converges with the Arctic Ocean just slightly below the Arctic Circle. Iceland’s interior is covered in mountains and glaciers, with a climate that is generally cold and variable with frequent precipitation, although its coasts are warmed by the Gulf Stream . Lava caves, waterfalls, geysers and hot springs supply an abundance of natural beauty in a landscape that in many places can appear somewhat barren.

There are only about 320,000 people living in Iceland, and over two thirds of them live in Reykjavik, the world’s northernmost capital city. Reykjavik is also the location for many of the country’s tourist attractions, including the city’s most notable landmark, the Perlan. This uniquely designed restaurant rotates under a glass dome perched atop the city’s tallest natural hot water tower. The Perlan viewing platform offers an incredible view of the city and its surroundings.

Viking history is an important part of Icelandic culture, and both the National Museum and the Saga Museum of Reykjavik provide a fascinating glimpse into the history of Iceland. The steeple of the magnificent Hallgrimskirkja Church can be seen from all over the city, and a statue of Lief Ericson stands on the grounds. 

Whale watching, shopping, hiking the glaciers and partying in Reykjavik nightclubs are all interesting activities enjoyed by visitors to Iceland.

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I have two ladies who would like private touring to see the horses, swim at the Blue Lagoon, see the most northern gardens, etc. Is this something you can help with and, if so, how do your rates usually run per day? Thank you.
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