Snaefellsness peninsula is truly a photographer's paradiseTake a trip to the West of Iceland, namely on the mysterious Snaefellsnes peninsula. The landscape of peninsula is surprisingly beautiful and reflects the whole diversity of the nature of Iceland. Thus, in one day we want to show you all the best, that nature has allocated our island: volcano and glacier, dramatic ocean clifs and waterfalls. We are confident that having set out on journey through the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, you will be inspired by the beauty of Iceland and will fall in love with its ancient and beautiful history.Visited places: • Gerduberg basalt columns • Bjarnafoss waterfall • Budir, church and yellow sand beach • Arnarstapi fishing village and Gatklettur arch • Londrangar rock formations • Djupalonsandur black sand beach • Kirkjufell mountain and Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall
• 10 hours
Join this 2-day guided journey to explore the amazing nature of the West of Iceland. Visit the Snæfellsnes Peninsula with its spectacular beauty and great views. Discover the historic area of Borgarfjordur with magic waterfalls and the hot springs. One of the many highlights of the tour is a caving expedition in the Vidgelmir Lava Cave as well as bathing in the Krauma Geothermal SPA.
• 2 days
Explore the Snaefellsjokull peninsula on this 12-hour private tour from Reykjavik. Customize your itinerary to include a visit the Snaefellsjokull glacier, the Settlement Center, Bjarnarhöfn Shark Museum, Eldborg Volcanic Crater and more. Enjoy convenient hotel pickup and drop-off.
• 12 hours
This is the less travelled tour by tourists in Iceland. This 90- km long peninsula comprises a world of diversity. Friendly towns and villages, spectacular mountains, a multitude of bird species nesting on treacherous cliffs, beaches of sand and pebbles popular among horsemen and rock skimmers, remnants and relics scattered here and there of times and ways of life long past. Saga sites and hiking trails.The Snaefellsjokull National Park is at the westernmost part of the peninsula, including the mystical glacier Snaefellsjokull, as well as other unique sites such as Djupalonssandur, Thufubjarg and more.
• 10 hours
This two-hour sea kayak tour is the perfect opportunity to experience Iceland's nature and wildlife at its very best. Truly a must-do for the adventurous traveller and nature lover eager to explore the west of Iceland. The tour takes you far off the beaten track as we kayak between the stunningly beautiful remote islands of Breiðafjörður (Broad Fjord) surrounded by mountains, glaciers and volcanoes. On this personalised tour we teach clients the basic skills of kayaking before heading off in search of puffins and seals and to explore an abandoned shipwreck and learn about the fascinating history and geology of the wild and rugged Snæfellsnes peninsula. In a small group we enjoy the pristine nature in a unique and environmentally friendly way.
• 2 hours