The Game of Thrones tour takes you to a variety of filming locations of Game of Thrones where you’ll have a chance to experience nature just like the cast members, take in majestic, sweeping views and dancing waterfalls, capture the panoramas in the distance, and experience the stunning stillness and solitude of Icelandic nature. Journey to the dramatic gorges of Þingvellir, visit the trail of the Wildlings roaming around south of the Wall, walk among the cliffs and crags and get to know the symbolic significance of the setting in context to the plot.
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- An R-rated tour for GoT fans, newbies and all nature lovers alike
- Relaxed tour going further inland than many other tours
- The pass to the impregnable Eyrie at Þingvellir National Park
- Sansa and Arya Stark on their separate journeys
- Wildlings invading south of the Wall
- Expert narration with behind-the-scenes stories throughout the tour
Thorufoss is an 18 meter high waterfall that can be found between Reykjavík and Thingvellir National Park. This is the waterfall where Drogon eats the goat in season 4 episode 6
Þingvellir have been featured in various scenes on Game of Thrones and the place can be seen as the narrow path leading to the Eyrie and as well as the location of Arya’s and Sandor Clegane’s journey.
Stöng í Þjórsárdal. A very violent scene from the TV-series Game of Thrones (Season 4, Episode 3) was shot at this location, where all the inhabitants of the farm except a small boy were killed by the Wildlings.