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We bring you a one-of-a-kind, International multi-day Game of Thrones tour of Iceland, North Ireland, Malta, and Croatia. We are taking you to filming locations, from Kings Landing (Croatia) to beyond the Wall (Iceland). Experience . .
Country: Croatia
City: Split
Duration: 12 Day(s) - 11 Night(s)
Tour Category: Adventure Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
Package Itinerary

We bring you a one-of-a-kind, International multi-day Game of Thrones tour of Iceland, North Ireland, Malta, and Croatia. We are taking you to filming locations, from King’s Landing (Croatia) to beyond the Wall (Iceland). Experience the lives of kings and queens, knights, lords, liars, and honest men. Brace yourselves – the adventure of your lifetime is coming!

Game of Thrones - Iceland: Beyond the Wall

Day 1: Arrival

This is your chance to visit the "Land Beyond the Wall" and see it brought to life with tales of the "Seven Kingdoms" by local guide Jon Thor Benediktsson, who also guided the Game of Thrones crew on set during filming in this area.

Today you will be entering the otherworldly landscapes of Lake Mývatn where the scenes for „North of the Wall" were filmed.

It quickly becomes apparent why the Game of Thrones production crew was drawn to this area as the majestic Waterfall of the Gods, Godafoss, greets you.

According to the Icelandic Sagas, the waterfall draws its name from Þorgeir of Ljosavatn throwing his statues of the heathen gods into the falls when Iceland converted to Christianity in the year 1000.

Your next stop will be the magical places where various scenes from the latest series of Game of Thrones were filmed. Here you can try to relive the action in locations seen in the series. Hopefully, you won't encounter any White Walkers along the way, but Iceland's rich folklore helps the storytelling guide boost your imagination with tales of trolls and Hidden People, alongside curious facts from behind the scenes of Games of Thrones.

After a day of beautiful waterfalls, volcanoes, unusual lava rock formations, steaming hot springs, bubbling mud pools, and mysterious landscape you'll end the day with a splash at Myvatn Nature Baths.

While not a filming location for Game of Thrones, the calming waters will still relax you while you imagine being surrounded by other Free Folk.

With a bit of luck, the Northern Lights will entertain you during your soak, before returning to Akureyri.


Visit the areas where Night's Watchmen, including Samwell Tarly and Lord Commander Mormont, are attacked by the White Walkers.

Walk the land that Jon Snow, Ygritte, and the Free Folk cross to reach the Wall.

Visit the cave where Jon Snow and Ygritte have their first intimate romantic encounter.

Learn about how the Free Folk, like the ancient Vikings, lived and survived in their harsh environment.

Day 2: Departure

If your flight is in the afternoon, you can spend the day at your leisure.

Northern Ireland – The Heart of Westeros

Day 3: Arrival

Departing from central Belfast, you’ll take a short stop at a location from Series 6 before heading off to the caves where Melisandre of Asshai gave birth to her ‘shadow assassin’, who then went on to slay Renly Baratheon. Remember that the night is dark and full of terrors.

Lunch will be taken in the small coastal town of Ballycastle, the hometown of actor Conleth Hill (who plays Varys) and Michelle Fairley (who played Catelyn Stark). Visit Renly’s encampment, cross a rope bridge and visit Lordsport.

Your journey continues with a visit to the Camp of Renly Baratheon of Storm’s End and gives you the chance to cross the famous Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. The next destination is Lordsport, the port town on the island of Pyke, in the Iron Islands, to witness where Theon Greyjoy would return to his family and betray those who raised him.

A crucial part of any trip to Northern Ireland is to see the UNESCO-listed Giant’s Causeway. Although it hasn’t been featured in Game of Thrones, the spectacular site is a must-see where you will have approx 1 ½ hour to explore.

Photo stop at the House of Greyjoy. You’ll have time for a quick photo stop at Dunluce Castle, the 17th-century ruins that were used as the exterior of the House of Greyjoy on the show.

The journey back to Belfast, includes one final stop at the Dark Hedge, with its natural archway of intertwined trees. The road is one of Northern Ireland’s most photographed locations and the place where Arya Stark dressed as a boy to escape from King’s Landing. Pose for pictures, then return to Belfast, where you will be dropped back in the center of the city.


Cushendun Caves


Rope Bridge

Giant’s Causeway Dunluce

Castle Dark Hedge


- Arrival
- Cushendun Caves
- Lunch
- Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
- Giant’s Causeway
- Dunluce Castle
- Dark Hedge
- Free time
- Overnight

Day 4: Tollymore Forest

The first stop will be Tollymore Forest Park – Ireland’s oldest pine forest – to see the very place where the DireWolf pups were discovered, and where the White Walker ambush took place. This stunning woodland in the heart of the ancient ‘Kingdom of Mourne’ is most famous for the place the Starks first found their Dire Wolf pups. Other scenes include the mysterious Wildling massacre from episode 1. You’ll also see Jon and Tyrion’s tree where they discuss life at the Wall.

Lunch (not included in tour price) will be taken at a traditional Irish pub with quality good value Irish-themed food in a private dining room.

You will be introduced to the authentic Direwolf pups from the TV show, Thor and Odin aka “Summer” and “Greywind” in the TV show. You and your traveling companions will have the chance to sit on a replica Iron Throne, for a photo opportunity and meet and greet with the Direwolf Family – key actors in the show!

Castle Ward estate is an 18th-century mansion noted for its unique architecture with its historic farmyard having been used as the location of Winterfell. You’ll see the gateway to Winterfell’s courtyard plus over 20 locations portraying Westeros from the Riverlands to battlefields and more. Memorable scenes include Jamie and Brienne of Tarth leaving Rob’s camp on their way to Kings Landing.

You’ll see the notorious Twins home of Lord Walder Frey, Tyrion & Bron’s first meeting after their trial in The Eyrie. Even the Tree under which King Rob Stark and Tulisa said their wedding vows.

No tour would be complete without a visit to the burial site of Irelands Patron Saint. Saint Patrick’s Day is observed on 17 March, which is said to be the date of his death.

Inch Abbey is a large 12th century ruined monastic site an example of early Gothic architecture. ‘King in the North’ following the news of Eddard Stark’s death the North decided to bend the knee to their own Northern King. This is the ruin where King Robb ‘The young wolf’ was crowned ‘The King in the North. This is a picturesque place to visit on the tour and our final location.


Tollymore Forest Park

Castle Ward

Iron Throne

St. Patrick burial site


- Breakfast
- Tollymore Forest Park
- Lunch
- Castle Ward
- St. Patrick burial site
- Free time

Day 5: Departure

If your flight is in the afternoon, you can spend the day at your leisure or experience Northern Ireland further by going on a day tour.

Malta - The Lands of Ice and Fire

Day 6: Arrival

Pick up from your hotel in luxury air-conditioned comfort and take you to The Gardens of King’s Landing, where Ned Stark and Petyr Baelish discuss allying with the Knights of the Vale. The next locations are written in order:

- The Tower of the Hand, where the Lannisters eradicate the Starks and where Arya commits her first kill with "Needle".

- Maegor’s Holdfast where Septa Mordane is decapitated and Sansa is taken hostage by The Hound.

- The Shadow Cliffs, along which the Khaleesi and her Dothrakis travel on their way West.

- The Red Waste, where Daenerys stages Khal’s fiery burial and where she gives birth to the three dragons, which ends Season I.

- The village of Lhazar, where the Dothrakis kill the Lamb Men and enslave Mirri Maz Duur.

Lunch overlooking breathtaking views (lunch is optional and at our own expense - on some dates we do not stop for lunch - please enquire before).

- King's Gate, the main entrance to King's Landing.

- Main Square, where Catelyn Stark conspires with Ned against the Lannisters.

- Coppersmith’s Wynd, a typical long narrow winding lane in King's Landing.

- The Baelish Brothels, where the truth about the dagger used in the botched attempt on Bran Stark's life is revealed.

- Cobblers’ Square, where Jaime kills Jory and duals Ned Stark,

- The Street of Steel, where Ned and Jory follow Jon Arryn's last movements.

- Tobho Mott’s Smithy, where Ned discovers Gendry.

- The Red Keep, where Ned confronts Cersei about her carnal relationship with her twin brother Jaime and Joffrey's right to the throne.


- Pick-up and tour
- Lunch
- Drop off at the hotel
- Free time
- Overnight

Day 7: Departure

If your flight is in the afternoon, you can spend the day at your leisure or experience Malta further by going on a day tour.

Croatia – The King's Landing

Day 8: Arrival

Transfer to accommodation on request. Tour starts in the afternoon.

Follow the path of Daenerys as she seeks to conquer Slaver’s Bay and free the slaves of Meereen. The 1700-year-old Mediterranean metropolis of Split transforms into Meereen, as you start the final chapter of your tour at Diocletian’s Palace.

Walk the path to the top of Klis Fortress, as it transforms into the Meereen throne, where Daenerys set the slaves free and crucified their wicked owners.

Travel to the suburbs, to the town’s quarry, where the Unsullied battled for Daenerys. Then we will continue to the town of ?rnovnica, whose green mill was used for Missandei’s bathing scene – the perfect spot to have a finishing dinner.



Klis Fortress

?rnovnica mill and quarry


- Pick-up
- Split
- Klis
- ?rnovnica
- Dinner
- Drop off
- Free time

Day 9: The New Throne

After breakfast, we will transfer you to Šibenik. Our first stop will be Kaštela which means castles in Croatian and this part of the Dalmatian coast is rife with them. Located between Split and Trogir, the "town" of Kaštela is actually composed of seven coastal villages built around 15th and 16th-century castles.

At the time, upper-crust families in Split felt greatly threatened by the march of the Ottoman Turks into Europe. One by one, they filed into Kaštela bay and built fortified mansions. Because of it, Kaštela serves perfectly as a set for the mystery region of Doreenthe mighty.

We welcome you to the New Throne, so to say, the City of Šibenik, whose fortified walls and ancient architecture are yet to be seen in the fifth season of the Game of Thrones. Šibenik is known as The King’s City, for it was the court of Croatian King Krešimir the 4th in the 11th century, and now you’ll witness it fusing with the world of the Game of Thrones.

Move away from the city and return to nature, as we welcome you to Krka National Park, the backdrop to numerous nature scenes in the show’s fourth season. It is a breathtaking place, and its cascading waterfalls will leave you mesmerized and refreshed, as you swoon into the greens of its flora and the blues of its crystal clear water.

We’ll finish the day with a dinner in a beautiful, picturesque agro-tourism state where you’ll enjoy both the ambient as well as a delicious 3-course homemade meal.




Krka National Park


- Pick-up and transfer
- Kaštela
- Šibenik
- Krka National Park
- Dinner
- Drop off at the hotel
- Free time

Day 10: Croatian Islands

After breakfast, we will transfer you to the speedboat where we can start our semi-private islands tour.

Meet the sunniest place in Europe, the lovely Island of Hvar, a favorite destination to those who know how to travel well, and a perfect backdrop to A Game of Thrones. A peaceful retreat or perhaps Slaver’s Bay? The island’s capital is an ancient town of the same name, rich with history and a thriving art scene.

Hell’s Islands or ‘Paklenjaci’ is a group of small picturesque islands just outside of Hvar, and a destination easily reachable by speed boat. Many have found peace and seclusion on Hell’s Islands, as they are home to charming taverns and small family hotels. Time moves slowly here.

Moving on with your nautical journey, you will arrive on the Island of Vis – raw, isolated from the mainland, charismatic, and beautiful. Your tour of Vis wouldn’t be complete without visiting a tiny nearby island called Biševo.

With an official population of fifteen souls, the limestone Island of Biševo is the home of the Blue Cave, one of the most magical places in the Mediterranean. Located in the Balun Bay, the Blue Cave was initially described and painted by Baron Eugen von Ransonet, and until the mid 18th century, was accessible only by diving. Illuminated by both the Sun and the Moon, the inside of the cave glows with an incredible aquamarine light.



Green cave


Blue cave


- Pick-up and transfer
- Speedboat
- Hvar
- Green cave
- Vis
- Blue cave

Day 11: The King's Landing

Welcome to the legendary City of Dubrovnik. For most of its history, a republic of its own and a beacon of diplomacy, Dubrovnik’s independent spirit is as strong as ever. You already know this city, for this is King’s Landing, a host to the revelries of Robert Baratheon, the excess lifestyle of Prince Joffrey, and the cunning wit of Tyrion Lannister.

Walk onto Red Keep, here known as Lovrijenac Fortress. Follow the trails of Arya Stark, and see where Daenerys, the Queen of Dragons, gave freedom to her fire-breathing flying creatures.

You will also walk through the palace gardens of King’s Landing, where gossip and intrigue foreshadowed battles, a place known in our world as Arboretum Trsteno. This luscious combination of green plant life and superb architecture of yesteryear tells tails of royalty and is the oldest arboretum in this part of Europe.

Only a few hundred meters off the coast lies the green and lush island of Lokrum, which is only 10 minutes by boat from the old port. The fortress is on the highest point of the island with an amazing view over the protected national park. In series, Lokrum was turned into Qarth, the ‘Queen of Cities’ on the continent of Essos, and the setting for much of Daenerys’ story in season two.


Dubrovnik – King's Landing

Trsteno Arboretum

Red Keep

House of the Undying

Lokrum – Qarth


- Pick-up and transfer
- Arboretum Trsteno
- Dubrovnik
- Lokrum
- Free time

Day 12: Departure

If your flight is in the afternoon, you can spend the day at your leisure or experience Croatia further by going on a day tour.


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