Private Snæfellsnes Peninsula with 6+ Attractions from Reykjavik
The Private Snæfellsnes Peninsula day tour is an exclusive and personalized way to explore the stunning natural beauty and attractions strewn across the Snæfellsnes region in Iceland. The tour shall take you through some breathtaking landscapes and geological formations such as the Berserkjahraun lava fields, Kirkjufell Mountain, and Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, which are famous among photographers and nature lovers alike. Marvel at the unique rock formations and stunning coastline, and capture some stunning shots that will last a lifetime.
In addition to these stunning attractions, the tour will also take you to the picturesque fishing village of Grundarfjorour Iceland, where you can enjoy some fresh seafood and learn about the local fishing industry. Djupalonssandur Beach, Utnesvegur, Hellnar Iceland is another popular destination included in this tour, renowned for its unique black pebble beach and dramatic cliffs, it is a must-visit for anyone who loves scenic landscapes and natural wonders.
The tour also includes a visit to the dark and dramatic Londrangar Basalt Cliffs, which rise almost 75 meters above the surrounding area, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the coast and nearby rock formations. Lastly, you can explore the charming village of Arnarstapi, West Region, located near the coast, home to several notable attractions, including the nearby Gatklettur Arch, and abundant wildlife. Visitors can enjoy hiking along the coast or observing the varied marine species that inhabit the area.
Overall, the Private Snæfellsnes Peninsula day tour is an exclusive and personalized way to experience some of the most spectacular natural wonders Iceland has to offer. The tour provides an insightful and informative experience, combined with some stunning images of Iceland that will last a lifetime.
- Kirkjufell Mountain
- Kirkjufellsfoss, Grundarfjorour Iceland
- Djupalonssandur Beach, Utnesvegur, Hellnar Iceland
- Londrangar Basalt Cliffs, Hellnar 356 Iceland
- Arnarstapi, West Region
- Guided private tour
- Transportation in comfortable Vehicle
- Pick up and drop off
- WiFi on board
- Additional stops
- Hidden gems
- Break for meal/food
- Meals & drinks
- Tips and Gratuities
Berserkjahraun is a vast lava field located on the Snæfellsnes peninsula in Iceland. It is estimated to be around 4,000 years old and covers an area of approximately 35 square kilometers. The name “Berserkjahraun” translates to “madman’s lava field” and is believed to be connected to the Icelandic Saga, where two berserkers were killed in the area. Despite its eerie history, the lava field is a popular tourist attraction due to its unique and rugged terrain, making it an ideal location for hiking and exploring.
Kirkjufell Mountain is a stunning natural landmark situated in Grundarfjorour, Iceland. This free-standing mountain stands at 463 meters tall and is known worldwide for its unique, distinct shape that has made it an incredibly popular location for photographers. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the mountain from different locations around Grundarfjorour, making it a must-see destination for anyone traveling to Iceland.
Kirkjufellsfoss, Grundarfjorour Iceland
Kirkjufellsfoss is a beautiful waterfall located at the base of Kirkjufell Mountain in Grundarfjorour, Iceland. The waterfall is easily accessible and a popular destination for tourists visiting the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. The falls offer stunning views of the surrounding scenery and provide an excellent opportunity for photography. Together with its iconic mountain backdrop, Kirkjufellsfoss is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Iceland.
Djupalonssandur Beach, Utnesvegur, Hellnar Iceland
Djupalonssandur Beach is a stunning black pebble beach located on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in Iceland. It is situated near the fishing village of Hellnar and can be accessed by a short walk from the nearby parking area. The beach is renowned for its unique, otherworldly landscape and is a popular destination for photographers and nature lovers alike. Visitors can marvel at the dramatic cliffs and neighbouring rock formations that add to this scenic wonder. Additionally, history buffs can enjoy the beach’s historical significance, as it was once used as a testing ground for the strength of fishermen in Iceland’s past.
Londrangar Basalt Cliffs, Hellnar 356 Iceland
Londrangar Basalt Cliffs is a must-visit destination located in Hellnar, Iceland. These stunning cliffs rise almost 75 meters above the surrounding landscape and are made of basalt rock, formed from ancient volcanic activity in the region. Visitors can appreciate the unique geological formations here and the fantastic views of the surrounding area. Bird lovers will also enjoy spotting various seabird species that are known to inhabit the cliffs, such as puffins and fulmars. Londrangar Basalt Cliffs are a breathtakingly beautiful natural landmark that is sure to leave visitors in awe of its unique and dramatic beauty.
Arnarstapi, West Region
Arnarstapi is a charming village located on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in the West Region of Iceland. The village’s unique location near the coast and its dramatic landscape make it a popular destination for visitors looking to experience Iceland’s natural beauty. In addition to its stunning scenery, Arnarstapi is home to several notable attractions, including the nearby Londrangar Basalt Cliffs and the Gatklettur Arch. Visitors can also enjoy hiking along the nearby coast or observing the varied wildlife in the area, making Arnarstapi a must-visit destination for anyone travelling to Iceland.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not stroller accessible
- Not suitable for pets
- No public transportation nearby
- Infants must not sit on laps
- Infant seats unavailable