Visit Seltún geothermal area, Gunnuhver hot-spring, Blue Lagoon, Kleifarvatn Lake,
From 4 to 6 hours based on activities
Pick from the airport or Reykjavík city
COVID-19 health compliance
Transportation in bus, minibus, SUV or luxury car
Minimum of 2 persons
ON THIS TOUR AROUND REYKJANES PENINSULA
Tour highlights: Seltún Geothermal field, Gunnuhver hot spring, Reykjanes lighthouse, Grindavik town, Kleifarvatn Lake, Krisuvik Geothermal Park, Blue Lagoon, Keflavik, and overview of the new volcanic eruption in Iceland.
We live in the Reykjanes Peninsula, and we have crafted our tours with the best highlights customized for every traveler and in compliance with the new COVID-19 healthy guidelines.
Reykjanes peninsula is for most travelers the first nature they see in Iceland. Often talked about as another planet with its unique lava fields shaping the landscape as we imagine the moon or mars.
Most of the peninsula is covered with semi-fluid rock and amazing volcano ridges and since Mars 2021 it also has the youngest Icelandic territory formed with the volcanic eruption at Fagradalsfjall. Geothermal areas are everywhere and we will visit the most powerful hot spring in Iceland called, "Gunnuhver", named after a female ghost that would terrorize the inhabitants of this area.
Other highlights of the tour include "Seltun geothermal locality", "Kleifarvatn lake" and "Reykjanes lighthouse".
After the tour, a short drive back to your accommodation and the possibility to add a dip in the world-famous Blue Lagoon (pre-order entry tickets necessary).
Join us for this part to a full-day tour of adventures and excitements around the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland.
On this tour, we can combine several activities. See below the add-ons and combinations.
Thermal base layer
Gloves, beanie, or hat
Certified Tour guide
and fantastic pictures!
Perfect activity focused on the enjoyment of the landscape to the eruption site. Pure adrenaline and much action.
This activity is based on weather conditions.
It is a great option to deep and relaxes in the warm silica water at the Blue Lagoon after a hike to the eruption site.
Blue Lagoon pre-booking is necessary.