Snæfellsnes National Park

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Description

As Jules Verne's timeless classic Journey to the Centre of the Earth begins in Snæfellsnes, so will our adventure. It is a place of great historical importance and captivating landscapes. Black sand beaches, formidable cliffs, regal mountains, volcanic craters and Snæfellsjökull glacier are just a few of the attractions we'll see during the trip.

On our way to Snæfellsnes National Park we'll meet some of Iceland's local wildlife at the beach, which is home to a seal colony and a variety of seabirds. Before entering the national park we'll stop for a visit in the small village of Arnarstapi where we enjoy lunch by purchase at a charming little café by the seashore. Then we take in a few more sights, like the black-pebble beach Djúpalónssandur, the world-famous mountain Kirkjufell and Berserkjahraun lava fields. Snæfellsnes is a region rich with geologic and historic significance, made all the more enjoyable when you have someone who knows the ins and outs of the area and has some great stories to share.

Meeting points
If you do not choose pick-up, you can start the experience at any of the places below. 
Gray Line Bus Terminal at Skarfabakki 
Skarfagarðar, Reykjavík IS 

Cancellation policy
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  • Cancellation fee of 100.0% is charged if cancelled 1 day(s) or less before the activity

What´s Included

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off service for major hotels in Reykjavik
  • Round-trip transportation in 1st class coach or minibus
  • Professional tour guide

What to bring

Camera 

Weather appropriate clothing

Hiking shoes

Additional information

Food is not included but stops will be made during the tour where meals and snacks can be purchased.

Map

Itinerary

DAY 1
Snæfellsnes National Park
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Snæfellsnes National Park

Snæfellsnes peninsula is a beautiful area located on the west side of Iceland which offers many recreational activities , Arnarstapi village, extraordinary shores and scenery. Snæfellsnes National Park, hiking and bird watching along the precipitous shoreline where it is quite common to see seals. Snæfellsjökull glacier, a dormant volcano which attracts thousands of people each year



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