Iceland Fly Drive Holidays

Iceland is an incredible country to explore by car. Imagine cresting a rise in the road to be met with views of a mighty icecap. Or rounding a bend to discover a waterfall cascading over sheer cliffs. Empty roads and epic landscapes add up to the perfect road trip.

EXCLUSIVE: iDiscover - the ultimate self-drive travel companion

iDiscoverWhen you arrive in Iceland at the start of your self-drive holiday with Discover the World, you will be given free use of iDiscover – our exclusive digital travel guide with your personalised itinerary preloaded onto an iPad Air. Easy to use and fully interactive, iDiscover allows you to embellish your itinerary as you go along, browsing an extensive directory of scenic wonders, must-see sites, hidden gems, activities and places to eat. You can also use it to find the nearest petrol station, check the weather forecast and post your photos to social media. With iDiscover, over three decades worth of our knowledge and experience of Iceland is literally right at your fingertips - Watch video

With 34 years' experience behind us, our fly-drive holidays have been carefully researched to show you the very best of Iceland's amazing sights and experiences. Spend a few days touring the easily accessible highlights of the southwest. Roam the spectacular South Coast. Head out west. Plan a two-week driving odyssey around the Ring Road. Explore off the beaten track in a 4WD. 

Planning your flexible self-drive holiday

Our self-drive itineraries can be tailor made to suit your exact requirements. Our team of Travel Specialists can work with you to adapt any itinerary to your holiday wishlist, timeframe and budget. We'll also advise you on the most suitable vehicle for your trip, the best time of year to travel and the appropriate level of insurance.

Prime time for Iceland fly-drives is June-August, but availability goes fast during this peak season, so start planning now! Don't forget that May and September are also perfect months for hitting the road. May has long hours of daylight, wildflowers and bustling seabird colonies. In September, the Highland tracks of the interior are usually still open and you can enjoy breathtaking autumn colours and maybe even the northern lights. We also have winter options for self-drive holidays.


Driving in Iceland in the Winter
Even our high expectations were exceeded at every turn.
Jo Greenwood
Journey to the Centre of the Earth

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