- Reykjavik day trip to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula
- See some of Iceland's amazing natural wonders in Gerduberg
- Visit the National Park to see beaches and birdlife
- See Snæfellsjökull glacier, a dormant volcano
- Stop by Stykkishólmur village on your way back to Reykjavik
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What You Can Expect
The tour first stops at Gerduberg, a columnar basalt cliff in Hnappadalur valley, and Ölkelda, a natural spring of clean drinking water. Drive around the peninsula and to the National Park. You will be amazed of the harsh beauty of Arnarstapi and enjoy its extraordinary shores and scenery. Nowwhere else you will see such spectacular landscapes and peculiarities of the surroundings. Spend time hiking and bird watching along the precipitous shoreline and get a glimpse of the local see seals.
The journey continues through the National Park where you will experience Iceland's outstanding beaches and great bird life. The magical stone, lava and crater formations have been created by ancient volcano eruptions.
Snæfellsjökull glacier is a dormant volcano which attracts thousands of people each year. The legend says that this glacier is one of the earths seven energy spots and some visitors assemble there regularly each summer to enjoy the energy radiation.
Before the tour returns to Reykjavík you will visit the charming Stykkishólmur village by Breiðafjörður bay for a short stop.
A truly amazing day! Nature ruled the day and we were exposed to the raw and natural beauty of Iceland.Breathtaking vistas over lava strewn fields with moss and some grazing sheep, snow covered dormanr volcanoes in the distance, rugged yet picturesque coastlines. The glacier is only seen from a distance but it is impressive. Waterfalls roaring down barren hillsides and the coast is dreamlike. A long day which left one with sensory overland of the best type.
This bus tour followed the coastline and a chain of gorgeous mountains that led us to Snaefellsjokull and the National Park. Our guide was charming and the scenery spectacular. As an older woman, I appreciated the frequent bathroom stops and the chance to stretch our legs. We stopped for lunch at a small restaurant near the stunning coast, then strolled through arctic tern nesting grounds to the bluffs overlooking the ocean. While walking along the path near the edge of the bluffs, we saw a breaching orca whale. We loved the tour and were very happy we had chosen it.