Volcanic Glaciers, Wild Life, Hot Pools and Fjords – 3 Days Multiday Tour
Experience volcanic glaciers, wild life, hot pools and fjords. See the extravagant fjords and views of the volcanic glaciers of West Iceland. You will see this all through the lenses of the Journey to the Center of the Earth, a book written by Jules Verne. Bath in one of Iceland´s most reknown hot spring. You can enjoy a relaxing hike at Landmannalaugar. This trip gives you a touch of wild life, fjords, volcanic glaciers, the highlands, along with the west Iceland and all Iceland has to offer.
Volcanic Glaciers, Wild Life, Hot Pools and Fjords Tour highlights
Day 1: Snæfellsnes Peninsula – Snæfellsjökull Glacier Volcano – Arnarstapi – Djúpalónssandur (Black Beaches) – Grundarfjörður Fjords and Kirkjufell Mountain – Seals and Sea Birds
Day 2: Hjálparfoss Waterfall – Landmannalaugar – Natural Warm Pools – Icelandic Countryside
Day 3: Thingvellir National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site) – Tectonic Plate Meeting Point – Gullfoss Waterfall – Geysir Hotspring – Skálholt Church
Duration – Day 1: 11 hours, Day 2: 12 hours, Day 3: 8 hours
Departure – Day 1: 08:00am, Day 2: 08:30am, Day 3: 09:30
Main guidance – English
English guided tour
Pick up at specific location 45 min before departure at main entrance
Meals and hotel accommodation
Please bring your swimming suit, if you would like to bath in the Landmannalaugar hot spring.
Iceland General Information
Iceland is a volcano island and has rough climate. It has extraordinary nature. Every visitor should prepare themselves for various adventures with colorful climate. The nature in Iceland is both ice cold and hot like a fire. Iceland has ice and gravel roads in the highlands. The sun in the spring and summer is strong. When you go to our glaciers bring your sunglasses since the sunlight reflects from the snow and ice. Wear warm and good shoes and dress warmly. The weather can be both warm and cold the same day. Iceland is a country of extremes. You will enjoy it and love. Be prepared for an exciting trip. This is the land of ice and fire.