Iceland, Air, 3 Nights, From $787
On this Nordic odyssey, you can saunter through lava landscapes and take a dip in the Blue Lagoon.
The Real Deal Roundtrip airfare from Boston, New York, Seattle, or Washington, D.C. on Icelandair; a three-night stay at the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík Natura, a eco-friendly hotel located on the wooded Oskjuhlid hill in Reykjavík; a guided horseback riding tour through lava fields in a nature reserve on the outskirts of the city; a tour of the Blue Lagoon spa, during which you'll bathe in a skin-enhancing mineral lake; daily breakfast; airport-to-hotel transfers; air and hotel taxes. From $787 for a three-night trip, with all taxes included.
When Through Apr. 26, 2012 (from $787).
Gateways Boston, New York, Seattle, Washington, D.C. (from $787).
The Fine Print The Washington, D.C. gateway is only available through Dec. 15, 2011. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $70. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; subject to availability.
Contact Icelandair, 800/223-5500, icelandair.us.
Why It's A Deal On a recent Kayak search, we found roundtrip airfare between New York and Reykjavík for $543 in early December (Iceland Express). Add that to about $224 per person for a three-night stay at the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavík Natura, taxes included, and you'd pay at least $767 for airfare and hotel alone if you booked independently. For $20 more, you get two tours and airport transfers with this deal.
More You can book additional nights at the Reykjavík Natura from $65 per person (or $95 for solo travelers). Optional excursions include a Golden Circle tour of historic Viking site Thingvellir and Geysir Hot Springs (from $86 per person), and a Jeep tour of Eyjafjallajökull, an ice-capped volcano (from $374 per person).
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