We offer 5-day fishing tours with accommodation at our great self catering lodges. The lodges are located at Lake Thingvellir and provide a magnificent view over the lake. The four self-catering lodges are new and comfortable. Equipped with kitchenette and made-up beds, they add a touch of comfort to the fishing trip.

The species is called the mighty “Ice Age” brown trout (Salmo trutta). This brown trout is rather different to other brown trout due to its unique habitats in Lake Thingvallavatn. Its beautiful silver spring coat and his abnormal size make it a true rarity. The average weight of these monsters is approx. 3-4 kg but they can easily grow up to weigh 12 kg. In the spring 2013 many 20-pounders where landed, as well as some even heavier ones.




Transportation to & from Reykjavík

Two nights at  Hotel in Reykjavík

4 nights at the our lodges

4x4 vehicle and GPS

Fishing permits for 5 days, areal map & directions

Guiding service for one day

Free wifi and coffee at the lodges




Following Upgrades  can be made up on request!

  • Private guide or 2-3 persons sharing a guide
  • Land Rover Defender 110 Super jeep ( perfect for Highlands trips)
  • Private helicopter
  • Fullbord catering service 


Not Included:

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Kort Þingvellir

Day 1

Arrival at the KEF International Airport. Guests are welcomed at the airport by our representative.

Departure from the airport followed by a 45-minute drive to our hotel in Reykjavik.

Day 2

Departure from the hotel at 9:00 AM followed by an approx.

30-min drive to Lake Thingvallavatn and stopping at our lodges.

Days 2 through 6

Fishing at various great fishing spots at Lake Thingvallavatn.

Day 6

Departure from the lodges at 4:00 PM.

Day 7

Departure from KEF International Airport.




Iceland can be reached by flight from each of the larger cities in Europe as well as several cities in the US, such as New York, Boston and Washington DC.

Iceland’s international airport is located in Keflavík, which is a half an hour drive from Reykjavík.

There are two airlines that offer a scheduled flights to Iceland.


Wow Air,


Clothing: In spite of the relatively mild climate, you should bring warm clothing and, most importantly, quality rainwear and a windcheater. Please check out the average temperature table here below. Chest waders and wading shoes. Nicer clothes to wear for dinner.

Tackle disinfection: Iceland has always been free of diseases like UDN and Gyrodactylus salaris and we intend to keep it that way. There is a strict policy of visiting anglers having their tackle sterilized before coming to Iceland. This should be done in a 2% formaldehyde solution for 10 minutes and performed by a veterinary surgeon. (Tackle sterilized in Virkon S is also acceptable.) A signed inventory of what has been sterilized should be provided by the vet for presentation to the customs officers at Keflavik airport. The most important items to be treated are: rods, reel/line, waders and flies.

The process can be carried out by staff at Keflavik airport. The office is located at the far side of the baggage reclaim hall, downstairs in the airport. Just notify one of the personnel in the area that you need your tackle disinfected and they will have a member of the staff come and complete the process. The price for one fishing set is 3.500 ISK

Documentation & Visas

Citizens from the European Economic Area (comprising the EU, Switzerland and Liechtenstein), US and Canada need only a passport valid for at least three months after the planned date of arrival to enter Iceland for up to three months.

Currency: Icelandic Krona. Visa and Eurocard/Mastercard credit cards and Maestro and Visa Electron are accepted widely.

Language: Icelandic, but Icelanders speak English as well.

Electricity: Most facilities operate on 220-wolt, 50-cycle system. A Converter will be necessary for any electrical items that require a 110-volt, 60-cycle system.

Duty-free: Allowed on arrival one of the following choices:

1 lither of alcohol and 1 lither of wine.

1 lither of alcohol and 6 lither of beer.

1 lither of wine and 6 lither of beer.

One carton of cigarettes can be brought in to the country per person


Having arrived in Iceland, it is possible to rent a car and drive to the waters by yourself, but we strongly recommend travelling in cars with 4x4.

Fish Partner offers wide range of 4x4 cars that are very well equipped to be driven on the sometimes rough Icelandic roads.

For those who don't like to drive can arrange a private Helicopter.




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