Iceland, Air, 3 Nights, From $1,087
Take off for an action-packed Icelandic adventure with this travel deal, which includes a whale-watching tour and a dip in hot springs.
The Real Deal Vacation package to Iceland includes: round-trip airfare from Boston, New York, Toronto, or Washington, D.C. to Reykjavik on Icelandair; a three-night stay at either the CenterHotel Klöpp or the CenterHotel Skjaldbried (both located within downtown Reykjavik's main shopping district); a visit to Thingvellir National Park, an ancient Norse settlement; a trip to Laugarvatn, site of the Fontana steam baths; a whale-watching excursion on Faxafloi Bay led by naturalist guides; daily breakfast; and all taxes.
When Through May 28, 2012 (from $1,087).
Gateways Boston, New York, Toronto, Washington, D.C. (from $1,087); add $20 for Denver or Minneapolis; add $60 for Seattle.
The Fine Print Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $50. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; subject to availability.
Why It's A Deal On a recent Kayak search, we found round-trip airfare between Boston and Reykjavik for $1,047 in early May (Icelandair). Add that to about $128 per person for a three-night stay at the CenterHotel Klopp, and you'd pay at least $1,175 for air and hotel alone if you booked on your own. For $88 less, this deal gets you the flight and three nights' hotel plus the whale-watching trip, steam bath admission, and Thingvellir tour.
More Upgrades to other CenterHotels are available: add $5 for the CenterHotel Plaza; $16 for the CenterHotel Arnarhvoll; or $20 for the CenterHotel Thingholt. Additional nights start at $45, or $85 for solo travelers.
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