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Snæfellsnes Peninsula

Only a few hours drive from Reykjavik lies the magnificent Snæfellsnes peninsula with its colourful lava fields, volcanic craters, small fishing villages, stunning waterfalls and lava caves. And above it all rises Snæfellsjökull glacier in all its glory safeguarding the entrance to the centre of the earth, according to the novelist Jules Verne.

Available day tours or, upon request, we can arrange two day tours.


The price is 1000$ for 8-10 hour tour. This is the total price for your guide and a modified 4×4 jeep. Up to 4 people can share a tour.
Included: Pickup and drop-off at your hotel in the Reykjavik area.
Not included: Food, beverages and preordered special activities during the tour.


We do not have any fixed itinerary for our tours, why?
We like to be flexible and choose the best locations based on conditions each time. Our guides monitor the weather forecast and the status of the roads closely, to ensure your safety and to make your trip a pleasant experience. We will of course do our absolute best to meet your needs and requests and do everything in our power to make your plans work out.

The images below will give you some idea of what to expect:
Image courtesy of our partners at Thor Photography.


Mt. Kirkjufell

This 463m high pyramid shaped mountain is a high priority location to many of our clients, whether it be in summer or winter time and no wonder why.
This mountain is probably one of the most photographed mountain in the world and for good reason. The Kirkjufellsá river with its beautiful waterfalls make a magnificent foreground for  this majestic mountain creating a perfect combo in all conditions.
During winter time this location is ideal for fantastic northern light scenes.


The Black Church at Búðir

There are only 3 black churches in Iceland and one of them is situated on the Snæfellsnes peninsula. There is some kind of a mystical feeling visiting this church, surrounded with lava fields so close to the ocean.

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Arnarstapi is a small fishing village nestling on rough coastline littered with high sheer cliffs teeming with bird life, beautiful tranquil surroundings and Snæfellsjökull glacier towering in the background. This is a must stop when visiting Snæfellsnes.



Lóndrangar are a pair of rock pinnacles 75 and 61 meter tall. This scenery with the waves crashing in on the rough cliff littered coast makes for a fantastic picture.


Djúpalónssandur is a beautiful black pebbled beach, covered in lava pearls formed by the non stopping forces of the ocean and the wind. The landscape surrounding this beach is dominated by unique lava formations.

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