With Iceland reopening to tourism next week, VistaJet has unveiled a once-in-a-lifetime multi-stop adventure through the mid-Atlantic nation’s most spectacular wild scenery, arctic wildlife, and midnight sun.
From diving between two continents through the Silfra rift with a marine geologist to sailing around the Westman Islands, known as the ‘Pompeii of the North’, the 14-day “Journey to the Midnight Sun” itinerary allows travelers to explore Iceland in complete privacy and total exclusivity.
The itinerary is a product of VistaJet World, launched last October as “a comprehensive portfolio of one-of-a-kind, multi-stop travel adventures tailored around its members’ passions.”
The customizable itinerary starts from 250,000 euros for two to four guests, including all accommodations, logistics, experience, and meals. Flights are additional.
Included as well are local guides as well as one “Based on a True Story” facilitator to manage the journey for you and professionally photograph all experiences.
You also get one hand made A3 leather-bound coffee table book with up to 250 pages of professional travel photography.
Your transportation will be aboard VistaJet’s fleet of owned Bombardier aircraft which include Challenger and Global Express types.
Over your 14 days, you and your traveling partners will enjoy a wide variety of luxurious accommodations including private villas, a luxurious private camp set up exclusively for you under the midnight sun, and to round off your journey, two nights at the brand new Blue Lagoon Private Retreat.
Options include travel to the largest glaciers in the Northern Hemisphere by helicopter; descending deep into the huge cave system under the rugged surface; cruising in glacial lagoons; ice-hiking, or traversing glaciers and volcanoes on snowmobiles; exploring the vast lava fields with 4x4s and quad bikes; relaxing in geothermal lagoons and waterfalls; visiting with the locals on their beliefs in elves and folklore; experiencing unique snorkeling and diving in geothermal fissures; viewing 100 feet tall spouting geysers and mud pots; riding Iceland’s world-famous horses across deserted peninsulas; fishing for sea trout and river salmon; whale watching from a private boat; or staying up late with the summer sun in Reykjavik.