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This one's for the Geysers

Reykjavik is so stunning with its snowy mountains that you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in a mystical land. Life is for living over there and the city drinks and dances with a twinkle in its eye. If you need an excuse, you have to drink to excess just to keep warm. Unless you're lucky enough to befriend a white-blonde snow goddesses that is…

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Reykjavik city at night

You will have to go a long way to find a stag weekend destination anywhere like Reykjavik.

If we started our pitch by telling you that beer was banned in Iceland until 1989, it would hardly hint at Reykjavik being the Barry White-sized stag weekend volcano that everyone at LNOF knows it to be, now would it? Yet, despite that seemingly unfathomable handicap being oh so recently corrected, Reykjavik’s stellar stag qualities are obvious to all, and will arrest your senses way before any of the numerous hammer-headed alcohol offerings kick your head into the middle of the next year.

Take a heart-stopping landscape of snowy mountain peaks, and add to it a breed of people so disarmingly cheerful that it temporarily catches you off guard… You may think – what’s the catch? Trust me, there isn’t one. The delicious blonde folk of Reykjavik simply don’t have time for mistrust and misery, figuring out long ago that life is too short, and too cold, to waste on shoulda, woulda, couldas.

It would help at this point if you got a mental picture of your stag group’s welcoming committee looking like the Miss World winners they are… remembering as you concentrate on them just how direct, uninhibited and nocturnally naughty these people are. Too much? Too right! And that’s before you’ve even dumped your bags and freshened up!

Allowing for the odd quaint little custom – such as their penchant for eating rotten shark or sheep’s testicles every February – the fabulous folk of Reykjavik are refreshingly uncomplicated, and embrace life as only those who had no beer up until 20 years ago could! Whether they’re engaged in something as mundane as taking a group photo for tourists, spotting humpback whales and dolphins from a harbour boat, casting for salmon from the city’s fish-heavy river reserves, or trying out some new dance move in a memorably carefree club atmosphere at 6am on a Sunday morning, that Viking-tinged twinkle in the eye remains a constant driving force, inspiring more than just this particular visitor to plan a return trip as soon as possible.

Stag weekends can sometimes fall flat before they’ve even began, whether through disagreements on where to go, cost, expectation, timing and general compromise on the stag’s original intentions, but any group who have the brass plums to pick out Reykjavik from the off and stick to their guns will be over the moon that they saw it through. From the knockout welcome that our team of service-driven guides deliver at the airport onwards, this is a magical city just dying to get its hands on you… That’s why Dads go to Iceland.

Customer Reviews for Reykjavik

Our average stag feedback score for Reykjavik is 5.00

Average Rating from 3 reviews


“Reykjavik was an absolute blast! Everyone in our group had nothing but good things to say about the place, the locals were very friendly and the restaurants, bars and clubs were extremely accommodating. We highly recommend the white water rafting and the Blue Lagoon as something to do on your trip. Staying in the Room With A View apartments located on the main street was ideal for a group such as ours! Thank you to Last Night of Freedom for all your help in organising a brilliant weekend, it was a lot of fun and something we'll never forget! ”


“Great place to visit, the Icelandic people know how to party, would recommend, see you again Iceland.... ”


Overall we had an amazing weekend. Iceland in the summer was a great place to go. It was light out 24/7 and the locals loved to party. The night life was spectacular. Streets were still rammed even at 6am.

The activities were also awesome. Caving was a good start on the first morning because we weren't too hung over. It would have been a bad idea with hangovers. Then the Blue Lagoo. Was just what we wanted to relax in the afternoon with a few beers. The guide bar crawl was less of a crawl and more of just getting into one of the hottest clubs in the city which was worth it. Then the icing on the cake was the white water rafting the next day. I only recommend the afternoon session with BBQ because we were massively hung-over. The arctic river was a good refresher and the hour and a half minibus ride there and back were good for I scheduled naps for some recovery before going out again.

Only negative for the weekend was that our apartment hadn't been cleaned when we arrive tired and a bit pissed at 2am from our late flight. Since it was not a hotel there were no staff Onsite and the instructions of what to do was a bit unclear even just finding the right rooms was tricky. Better instructions would have been welcome before we arrived. To be fair the apartments sent a cleaning crew in at 230am to clean but it was not ideal. They also gave us cash back for a free nights accommodation as compensation. This was a good way to handle it.

My other suggestion to Last Night of Freedom in general is that you should always ask whether the stag group wants group insurance, particularly for the activities. One of our party had an accident and broke his arm which required surgery. Thankfully he was covered because it is part of the EU medical coverage but it made us realise we should have had group insurance.

Other than that everything was fantastic. Thank you! ”

How To Get To Reykjavik

Reykjavik's local airport(s):

Reykjavik Keflavik Airport - KEF

31 miles from Reykjavik

Can we provide transfers? Yes

235 Keflavikurflugvollur, Reykjavik, Iceland

+354 425 6000

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Which airlines fly into Reykjavik?

DepartingArriving IntoAirline
Edinburgh - Edinburgh Airport (EDI) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) EasyJet
Glasgow - Glasgow Airport (GLA) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) Iceland Air
London - Heathrow Airport (LHR) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) British Airways
London - Luton Airport (LTN) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) EasyJet
London - Heathrow Airport (LHR) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) Iceland Air
London - Gatwick Airport (LGW) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) Iceland Air
London - Gatwick Airport (LGW) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) WOW Air
Manchester - Manchester Airport (MAN) Reykjavik Keflavik Airport (KEF) EasyJet

Accuracy of Information: Whilst every effort is made to ensure that all information is correct, it is just possible that we might get the occassional piece of information wrong. Whatever means of transport you decide on, it is worthwhile double checking route and schedule information.

Reykjavik has the following visa requirements:

Visa Information Disclaimer: Whilst we have taken reasonable efforts to ensure that this information is correct, we cannot be held reponsible for any inaccuracies. Always check with the relevant authorities before travelling. We have actually had a group of Kiwis who didn't make it through customs in Kiev - BE WARNED!

NationalityVisa Required?
UK, Irish & Euro Zone Nationals: No Visa Required for stays of less than 90 days
South Africans: Visa Required
Aussies & Kiwis: No Visa Required for stays of less than 90 days

For information about Passport or Visa requirements please visit www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/passports. For information relating to travel abroad please visit www.gov.uk/browse/abroad/travel-abroad.


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