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Day 1

On day 1 you will leave Reykjavik in style after picking up your Tesla electric car or similar. 

Next, head east through the town of Mosfellsbær to historic Þingvellir National Park, where the first parliament, Alþingi, was founded in 930 AD.  This location was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is protected for it´s historical importance and geological wonders.  Do not forget to stand on the Euro-American tectonic plates and stand on the rift that divides the continents.

Stop 2: Geyser

For the second stop drive to the Geysir Geothermal Area and be sure to grab traditional meat soup for lunch at Supa Geysir.

Geysir is home to Stökkur, which you can see bubble and burst about every 5 to 8 minutes. This magnificent area was formed after a large earthquake in 1789.

Stop 3: Gullfoss waterfall

Next stop will be the powerful Gullfoss Water, or Golden Falls. Upon arrival you will view this breathtaking natural wonder as it powers through from Hvíta river at 140 cubic meters per second. Take one of the staircases down to the lower viewing deck or take it all in from the higher viewing deck. Either way this will be a sight never forgotten.

Stop 4: The 5 Million Star Hotel

Now it is time for the main attraction The 5 Million Star Hotel.

Meet the caretaker and discover your buubble for the night. Minimally designed with a queen size bed (180 cm), crisp linens, and a chic bedside light, this is the ultimate location to refresh and recharge for the days ahead.

Spend your evening with a bottle of wine gazing at the stars above. During the winter months there is always the chance to see the Aurora from the comfort and warmth of inside the buubble.

Day 2

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Stop 1: Traustholtsholmi private island

Our next recommend stop is Gullfoss waterfall, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland. It runs down the river Hvítá into beautiful curved three step “staircase”! It is a very powerful experience to walk close to the waterfall on the west side as on average we have 140 cubic meters per second (80 in winter) falling down the staircases. When you arrive at Gullfoss parking area, the edge can’t be seen, so it appears as the earth is simply absorbing the waterfall.