Snæfellsnes Peninsula

Búðir – Arnarstapi – Hellnar – Djúpalónssandur – Snæfellsjökull Glacier – Mt. Kirkjufell 

SEASON
All Year

DURATION
9-11 Hours

MINIMUM
3 PERS.

PICK UP
08:30 - 09:00

LEVEL
EASY

DEPART
RVIK

ABOUT THE TOUR

Snæfellsnes has long been believed to be one of the world’s major cosmic energy centers and a haven for sea and bird life. The Snæfellsnes peninsula is dominated by the glacier-covered dormant Snæfellsnes volcano, which was the inspiration for Jules Verne’s classic novel, Journey to the Center of the earth.

The first stop of the day is at the small hamlet Búðir, a beautiful spot where the only remainders of the old fishing village are a charming church and graveyard. After this photogenic place, we go over to the small fishing village called Arnarstapi. As well as having a charming port it’s also where you can go see Gatklettur (Hellnar Arch), a little-known gem that’s been shaped by the eroding force of the sea into a picturesque arch.

Close by is the old fishing village Hellnar where we can enjoy coffee and waffles before heading down to the sea to see the beautiful rock formations.


Our next stop is within the National park. Djúpalónssandur is a beautiful black colored pebbled/sandy beach with dramatic cliffs emerging from the shore. From there we travel North and go see one of the most photographed mountain in Iceland, Kirkjufell (Church mountain).

It’s a beautifully shaped mountain that stands near the small town of Grundarfjörður. On the opposite side of the road is the Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall which is beautiful on its own but getting pictures of them together can create stunning results.

Please bring loose change for toilet fees, warm clothes, a camera and some snacks for the ride. The driver will be stopping at service stations should you wish to purchase something there.

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