Reykjanes peninsula by superjeep


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Reykjanes peninsula by superjeep

Iceland holidays Reykjanes peninsula: A perfect choice

On this Iceland holidays Reykjanes peninsula half day tour you will experience a spectacular scenery.

We will drive south, head to Lake Kleifarvatn and the geothermal area at Krísuvík. Before reaching the tip of the Reykjanes peninsula, we will visit small fishing villages on the peninsula and admire the landscape. The final stop of this tour is either the Blue Lagoon or Keflavik airport, the choice is yours.

Don´t forget to have your camera ready on this Iceland holidays Reykjanes peninsula tour as we will visit interesting and photogenic places on this route. Please wear comfortable clothing and footware and if you choose to bathe in the Blue Lagoon, bring your swimsuit (or rent one at the Lagoon).

• Reykjanes peninsula
• Small fishing villages
• Hissing steam vents and bubbling mud pots
• Geothermal field
• Lava field
• Iceland tours super jeep
• Hot springs and sulphur springs
• Dramatic and breathtaking landscape
• The Blue Lagoon

Private driver/guide. Pick up and drop off at hotels/hostels in the Reyjavik area. Please note that neither food, drinks nor entrance to the Blue Lagoon are included.
9 am on request year round
4-5 hours
Adult: 24.900 ISK. Child: 12.450 ISK.


Reykjanes, or Reykjanesskagi, is a peninsula and a volcanic system at the south-western end of Iceland. The peninsula is marked by active volcanism under its surface and large lava fields. On this Iceland holidays Reykjanes peninsula tour, you will find and experience numerous hot springs and sulphur springs. Small fishing villages, such as Sandgerði and Grindavik, are located on the peninsula, as well as the international airport at Keflavik.


Kleifarvatn is the largest lake on the Reykjanes peninsula. Its greatest depth is 97 m. After the big earthquake in 2000, the lake began to diminish but the cracks that opened up in the earthquake have since then slowly filled again and the lake has now regained its previous surface level.


Krísuvík is a geothermal field where you can walk amongst hissing steam vents and bubbling mud pots and feel the power of mother nature as the ground seems to rumble. The temperature below the surface is 200°C (392 F) and the water is boiling as it comes out of the earth. It is a place like no other.


Various small fishing villages are on the Reykjanes peninsula, such as Sandgerði and Grindavík. We will visit some of these villages and you will get a picture of the daily life. Harbors, marinas, churches, lovely homes and friendly locals characterize these small villages.


The Blue Lagoon (Bláa lónið) is a geothermal spa and one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavik. The warm waters are rich in minerals like silica and sulphur and it is said that bathing in the Lagoon will help some people suffering from skin diseases such as psoriasis. The water temperature in the bathing and swimming area is 37 – 39°C (98 – 102 F). Please note that Iceland has a strict code of hygiene and guests are required to shower without clothing in the communal shower are before and after bathing. We can guarantee that on this Iceland holidays Reykjanes peninsula half day tour, you will enjoy an amazing day and experience nature´s power.


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