Regent Holidays has increased its range of Iceland options as it tips the destination to feature on the government’s ‘green list’ of destinations.
A new guided tour of Geldingadalur Volcano, which erupted in March and continues to emit fresh lava, can be added to Regents Iceland packages for £65.
The operator has also added a whale watching tour on an electrically-powered boat, which it says is the only silent boat offering tours in the country.
The tour can be included as part of a seven-day Iceland Arctic Coastway fly-drive, which starts from £1,395 per person including flights, six nights’ B&B accommodation and car hire.
And a new four-night Geothermal Spa winter break includes spotting the Northern Lights three geothermal spas including the Sky Lagoon. Prices start from £745 per person, with flights, B&B accommodation at the Hotel Cabin, and excursions.
Regent’s brand manager Andrea Godfrey said: “We’ve already seen a hike in bookings since Iceland was tipped as one of the ‘green list’ countries.
“Clients are being attracted, not just by the likelihood of no quarantine, but also by the space and opportunities for staying remote in beautiful landscapes, pretty much everywhere across the country.”