Thundering waterfalls, craggy lava fields, and majestic fjords—Iceland showcases Earth’s drama like no place else. Guided by our veteran expedition team, you'll explore remote shores by kayak and Zodiac, observe thousands of native seabirds on coastal hikes, and delve into Icelandic history, food, and music with local experts who work exclusively with us. Our Iceland expeditions are also ideal for families, offering a range of activities—from leisurely photo walks to vigorous hikes—as well as our exclusive exploration program for kids and teens. With new departures added to our most popular Icelandic voyages, enjoy more opportunities than ever before to discover the wonders of this otherworldly island nation.
“I love Iceland: the place, the people, the possibilities for exploration and discovery it affords.”
Why Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic?
UP TO $2,000 PER PERSON AIR CREDIT ON 2024 VOYAGES
Book by December 31, 2023, to receive a $1,000 air credit per person on 2024 Arctic itineraries nine days or less OR a $2,000 air credit per person on itineraries ten days or more, deducted from cabin fare prior to any additional applicable savings with the purchase of cabin fare. Valid on select departures, for new bookings only, subject to availability, may not be combined with other offers, and is not applicable on extensions. Call for details.Explore more savings opportunities
Our Trips in Iceland
Our Ships in Iceland
National Geographic Endurance
The most advanced ice-class expedition ship afloat, offering unprecedented access to polar regions
National Geographic Resolution
Our second new polar build, National Geographic Resolution, is named to honor the second voyage of the legendary Captain James Cook.
National Geographic Explorer
An authentic expedition ship, purpose-engineered for blue water and polar exploration
Our Team in Iceland
Every member of our team—from our naturalists and photographers to our expedition leaders—is committed to ensuring you have an unforgettable experience. Many are veteran guides chosen for their extensive knowledge of subjects like geology and climate sciences, while special guests—from political luminaries to popular musicians—offer additional insights into modern Icelandic life. Exploring in small groups, you’ll hear different perspectives each day of your voyage, and because there are no assigned groups you can gravitate toward the guides who share your interests and inspire your curiosity.
Our knowledgeable and passionate expedition team is complemented by our dedicated hotel team who strives to ensure that your time on board is as comfortable and rewarding as your time on shore.
Photo Gallery: Highlights from Iceland
A guest hikes at the top of Goðafoss, the "Waterfall of the Gods," off the north coast of Iceland.
Photograph: Ralph Lee Hopkins
Expedition Spotlight - Welcome to Vigur Island
- Nov 2023