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Holiday Overview

Whether the Northern Lights are top of your bucket list or you've always wanted to explore the otherworldly beauty of Iceland's cinematic countryside, your accessible holiday will introduce you to the best this spectacular island has to offer.

Our aim is to offer accessible travel to everyone, with great prices and exceptional service as standard. Every traveller, regardless of physical ability or need for mobility aids, can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Northern Lights with our accessible tours.

Basing ourselves out of the country's capital, Reykjavik, we'll travel to some of Iceland's most popular landmarks and attractions, taking in the Golden Circle and the geothermal Blue Lagoon as we go. From sparse, stark and rocky mountainsides to roaring waterfalls and lush valleys spread with wildflowers, your Limitless holiday journeys from one breathtaking vista to another. We'll also have a full day exploring Reykjavik - a compact city that boasts a world-class culinary scene, more museums and galleries than you could imagine, and a long and fascinating Viking history.

Your wheelchair accessible Iceland hotel has been hand-picked by the Limitless Team for its superb location and excellent disabled facilities. A Limitless Travel representative will accompany the tour group throughout the holiday, providing assistance whenever required and ensuring you receive the support you need.

The Holiday

  • Explore the iconic Golden Circle, discover Reykjavik's booming cafe and restaurant scene, marvel at the Northern Lights and take a dip in the thermal waters at the Blue Lagoon
  • Stay in four-star, wheelchair accessible Iceland accommodation in the heart of Reykjavik
  • Receive assistance and support from the Limitless Team throughout your flight and travel via fully accessible vehicles for transfers and excursions
  • Group Support & Holiday Assistance included as standard and provided by our experienced care team
  • Supplementary care packages available for travellers who require additional assistance
  • We'll also help to arrange any specialist equipment you need while on holiday
  • Every holiday led by a Limitless Tour Manager to ensure a problem-free trip

From booking your holiday to returning home after a wonderful trip, the Limitless Team is on-hand to provide you with the support you need. If you have any questions regarding this wheelchair accessible tour, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

The Itinerary

Day 1 - Travel, Settling In & The Northern Lights

Day 1 - Travel, Settling In & The Northern Lights


Welcome to Iceland! On arriving at Keflavik International Airport, the Limitless Team will be waiting to give you a warm welcome and help you board our accessible transfer vehicle. A private chauffeur will drive you to your accommodation in the centre of Reykjavik. For the next five days, you’ll be staying in a wheelchair friendly hotel with spacious, accessible rooms and bathrooms equipped with roll-in showers and mobility aids. You’ll have the afternoon to settle in and enjoy a tantalising taste of Reykjavik, before heading out on a Northern Lights tour to catch one of nature’s most spectacular shows!

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Day 2 - The Golden Circle

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One of Iceland’s most popular attractions, the Golden Circle is a 190-mile loop that explores the countryside surrounding Reykjavik. In the morning, your private guide will pick you up from your hotel and we’ll make our way to Þingvellir National Park. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the park is the perfect introduction to the drama, scale and beauty of the Icelandic landscape. All paths within the park are wheelchair accessible, ensuring every guest can enjoy the visit. Later, we’ll head further south to visit one of Iceland’s biggest geysers, Strokkur. Capable of shooting water up to 40 metres into the air, the geyser typically erupts every 4-8 minutes, so you’ll have the opportunity to catch this awe-inspiring eruption more than once. Our last stop in the Golden Circle is Gullfoss - the Golden Falls. One of the country’s most iconic natural landmarks and a spectacular sight, the waterfall gets its name from the way the glacial sediment takes on a golden shine when it catches the light in sunnier weather. On the way back to the hotel, we’ll stop off at Kerið, a 3000-year-old volcano crater that’s now filled with water. Its vivid red slopes and striking aquamarine waters make it the perfect end to a wonderful day of accessible touring.  

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Day 3 - Exploring Reykjavik & Visit Perlan

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The northernmost capital in the world, Reykjavik is a small and vibrant city that packs in more history, culture and great food than you could believe. Today, we’ll be taking the time to explore the streets, cafes, museums and landmarks of this fascinating city. We will visit the Town Hall by the lake, and then head over to Perlan. Perlan is an interactive experience taking you through the history of Iceland, and its unique climate. There is an interactive planetarium experience to enjoy, showing the birth of the northern lights. We will have an evening meal in the observatory at the museum.

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Day 4 - The Blue Lagoon

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Perhaps Iceland’s most iconic attraction and one of the natural wonders of the world, the Blue Lagoon is on most visitors’ “To Do” list. Heated to a perfect 38°C and featuring a 70/30 blend of seawater and freshwater, the lagoon is the ideal place to relax and unwind on your penultimate day. The lagoon is a fully accessible travel experience, with special changing rooms, a pool access lift and special wheelchairs for the lagoon itself. The deepest part of Blue Lagoon is around 1.60m/5.2ft but most areas are far shallower, so you never feel out of your depth. Over the course of the day, you’ll have plenty of time to relax, experience the rejuvenating powers of the Blue Lagoon\'s legendary waters and explore the breathtaking beauty of the moss-covered landscape. In the late afternoon, your guide will drive you back to the capital, where you can tuck into local delicacies at one of the city’s fabulous restaurants.

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Day 5 - Until Next Time


Today, accessible tour of the Northern Lights comes to an end. After a hearty breakfast, you’ll be picked up from your hotel and transferred to Keflavik International Airport by a private chauffeur. Our qualified care team will be on-hand to help you through the entire journey - from check-out to reaching the drop-off point back home in England. Now, all that’s left to do is say farewell to new friends and plan your next Limitless adventure!


Fully Accessible Accommodation in Iceland

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Located in the heart of Reykjavik, your four-star, disabled-friendly hotel is the perfect base from which to explore the country and experience the Northern Lights. Wheelchair accessible and equipped with spacious bedrooms and a range of adapted bathrooms, it guarantees a comfortable stay. With an on-site restaurant and beer garden, you'll also enjoy the best of Iceland's unique cuisine and locally-brewed beverages.

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Vetted by the Limitless team to ensure it meets our high standards
  • Wetrooms and accessible bathrooms
  • Care equipment rental available

Half board: breakfast and evening meals are included in the price of your holiday. Look forward to fresh and delicious meals to both begin and round off the day. Meal selection will vary depending on where you’re staying. For breakfast you can expect either table service or a buffet style, with complimentary teas, coffees and juices included. In the evening you’ll be served dinner for every night of your stay. Please note, evening meals are not included for any fly-to tours labelled as ‘Bed and Breakfast’.


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Coach tours

All of our vehicles are 100% accessible for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. They are fitted with mobility aids, either a ramp or a hydraulic lift, and wheelchairs can be clamped into place, so there's no need to transfer out of your wheelchair if that's where you're more comfortable. Travellers who do not use a wheelchair are also welcome to use the ramp or lift to access the coach.

  • Lift access for wheelchair users and wobbly walkers.
  • Spaces for wheelchairs to be secured into place.
  • Wheelchair users can stay in their wheelchair on board.
  • Air conditioning onboard.
  • Refrigerator for medication.
  • Level access toilet on board.
  • Spacious interiors.


Can I customise the accessible tour itinerary or opt out of certain activities if I'm not interested?

Our itinerary is designed to offer the very best accessible travel experience, however if there are elements that you would like to opt-out from then we’ll do our best to amend your itinerary. Please be aware, there may be limitations on when care can be provided if you’re leaving the group at any stage, therefore we recommend speaking to our team in plenty of time before you depart.

Do I need any special equipment or gear for the tour?

The wheelchair accessible tour of the Northern Lights requires no specialist equipment. We do however advise travellers to pack warm, waterproof clothing and footwear. Sunglasses are also recommended and of course, don’t forget to bring a camera to remember your trip long after you’ve returned home.

When can you see the Northern Lights in Iceland?

The best time to see the Northern Lights in Iceland is between September and April when the weather is cooler and long, dark nights make spotting the lights easier. The Northern Lights have been spotted as early as August though!

Where to see the Northern Lights in Iceland?

You can spot the Northern Lights from any location in Iceland, even in the capital city Reykjavik. Artificial lights make spotting the Northern Lights harder however and the more remote areas of the country, such as Vik and Westfjords offer some of the best chances to spot them.

What is the weather like in Iceland?

The weather in Iceland varies throughout the year. Our accessible tours of Iceland usually run in Winter, providing the best opportunity to catch sight of the Northern Lights. At this time of the year the weather is cold, so we recommend plenty of layers for your comfort. October is also a typically wet month in Iceland, so don’t forget your waterproofs.

Dates and Prices

Start Date Days Price From Solo Traveller Price*
14th October 2024 5 From £2,699 From £2,899
* Solo spaces are limited.

If travelling abroad, please refer to travel advice issued by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

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