The Snaefellsnes super Jeep tour will take you to visit Olafsvik, Iceland‘s oldest trading town which dates back to 1687, and Stykkisholmur, which sits on a promontory overlooking the beautiful Breidarfjorður Bay. You will get a chance to try the excellent blue mussel at a local restaurant.
The tour continues to Snaefellsjokull glacier for breathtaking views over the peninsula. The area is also known for being populated by mythological creatures such as elves and trolls. Your guide will show you where those magical beings are said to live. It said the glacier has mystical powers and that it is the gateway to another world. There is no doubt that the scenery is tremendously inspiring.
Exploring the area in a Superjeep makes the whole experience unforgettable. Snaefellsnes Peninsula day tour highlights: Sandy coastline Bird cliffs Snaefellsjokull glacier Farmland Fishing villages Spot an elf or a troll in the nature Try fresh blue mussels Tunnel drive The tour will take you to the hot springs of Deildartunguhver, which have the highest flow in Europe (180 litres/second at 97°C!), the water of which is used to heat the towns of Borgarnes and Akranes.
You will also be driven wonderful Hraunfoss cascading falls, fed from beneath an ancient lava flow. All along you go in the Icecave; man-made ice tunnels that take you in to to the glacier, surrounded by crystal clear blue ice, it makes you feel like you are in another world This is an ideal excursion in Iceland for those who want to combine scenery with some action.
Borgafjord & ice cave tour highlights: Hvalfjorður tunnel Hot springs at Deildartunguhver Hraunfossar waterfall View over Langjokull glacier Icecave Waterfall in Grimsa, home of the trolls
Please be at your pickup location in time for your
departure. Should your pickup location be at a bus stop
and you need assistance finding it, seek guidance in
your Hotel's reception or contact your tour provider
Pick-up from and return to your accommodation in Reykjavik
All safety gear (helmets, harness, etc.)
Small refreshments (soup, coffee/tea and perhaps some sweets)