PINK SNÆFELLSNES PENINSULA SAFARI
Iceland in miniature! Glacier, mountains, waterfall, black pebble beach, stunning cliffs, amazing birdlife, important historical sites, lava fields and SHARK!
Departures: Every day if two or more book
Duration: 10-12 hours
Pick up: 8:30 - 9:00AM from your accommodation in Reykjavik
43.000 ISK per person
Make this tour Private:
165.000 ISK (Max 4)
215.000 ISK (Max 6)
You bring: Your fabulous self & please dress according to the weather.
Included: Personal service from one dedicated guide that transports you in a luxury vehicle or one that fits group size - complimentary refreshments and if you dare - taste of fermented shark from local shark producer.
Please note: Due to weather and/or road conditions we reserve the right to change the itinerary.
The landscape of the Snæfellsnes peninsula, with its contrasts and diversity, is something you’ll want to experience.
We’ll drive through the quaint fishing villages of the northern shore where you’ll see one of Iceland’s most picturesque mountains, Kirkjufell and Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall.
We’ll enter the Snæfellsjökull National Park, named after the Snæfellsjökull stratovolcano which towers over the area. The 700,000 year old volcano, now covered by a glacier bearing the same name, is where Jules Verne found the entrance to the center of the earth. Said to be one of the seven great energy centres of the earth, the glacier has been attributed various mysterious powers. The area is known for it’s deep rooted lore as elves are said to preside here.
The park is covered by the fields of lava that have flowed down the slopes of the volcano creating a truly unique landscape of moss covered lava fields, black pebble beaches, towering coastline cliffs and other wonders. We will explore some of these amazing sights, including the world famous Djúpalónssandur Beach, Arnarstapi and Hellnar.
Often referred to as "Little Iceland" with its diversity of landscapes gathered in a relatively small area you can't go wrong with this wonderful day tour!