Westfjords Fly & Drive

Starting from: Ísafjörður
Season: 1st May-31st Oct
Duration: 3+ days

Only a 40 minute flight from Reykjavik, the spectacular Westfjords region is well off the beaten path and often referred to as Iceland's best kept secret.

The region boasts of outstanding natural beauty: dramatic cliffs, colourful beaches, towering mountains and jagged fjords. With no through traffic and only 7000 residents, you are sure to find peace and tranquility like nowhere else in the Westfjords.

We pride ourselves on personal service and the experience of each customer is important to us. Sightseeing self-drive tours are flexible depending on your specific interests and preferences.

Instead of a general day-by-day itinerary, you will get a personalised itinerary, especially written for you, taking into account your duration, the optimal driving routes, the most exciting sights and experiences for you, and your accommodation preferences.

Our handpicked hotels and guesthouses are perfectly located to balance your driving time and truly experience the countryside.

Here are some of the popular highlights you will enjoy on Westfjords Fly & Drive:
The Westfjords (Látrabjarg, Rauðasandur, Dynjandi, Ísafjörður, Strandir)

For longer trips then we can also fit in exciting de-tours to some of the remotest places in the Westfjords.


- Car rental (with CDW insurance, unlimited kms, airport pickup & dropoff fees, GPS & two insured drivers)
- Accommodation with breakfast
- Driving plan and sightseeing itinerary

During winter season (October-April) a 4x4 jeep is mandatory. During spring & autumn (May & September) a 4x4 jeep is recommended.

- 5% discount on any day tours & spas of your choice which can be fitted into the schedule
- One way sea ferry between the Westfjords and Snaefellsnes
- Additional meals: Lunch and dinner
- Additional insurance: SCDW, Gravel, Sand & Ash
- Wifi device
- Baby car seats

Contact us for an exact price for your tour

Additional information for your Iceland trip will be sent to you along with the detailed itinerary. This will include details about driving in Iceland, weather and clothing, currencies and payments, electricity system, food and water, safety, contact info, and other useful tips.

The minimum driver age for is 20 years for smaller cars and 25 years for jeeps. Drivers must bring an international driving licence or a local driving licence written in a Roman script.