ONE-DAY TRIP TO SNAEFELLSNES PENINSULA
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SNAEFELLSNES PENINSULA DAY TRIP ITINERARY
During this tour we will visit black sand beaches, bird cliffs, spectacular mountains and volcanic craters. Among the places where we will stop are the Ytri Tunga Beach, where with a little luck you can see seals; the small and welcoming fishing village Arnarstapi, with its incredible cliffs; the former fishing village Hellnar; the beach of Djúpalónssandur; the iconic Kirkjufell Mountain; and, of course, the volcano and the glacier Snafellsjokull, considered by many to be one of the places that give off the most energy from our planet.
Details of the day trip to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula
The Snaefellsnes Peninsula
The Snaefellsnes Peninsula is known as the "Iceland in miniature", since on this small peninsula you can find all the most characteristic landscapes of the island. On the clearest days, it is possible to see from Reykjavík the most significant point of the peninsula, the volcano of Snaefellsnesjokull, one of the symbols of Iceland that became famous all over the world thanks to the book of Jules Verne, "Journey to the Center of the Earth". Located in the west of Iceland, with the Brei-afj.r.ur Fjord to the north and the Gulf of Faxaflói to the south, it contains one of Iceland's four national parks and is a must for all those traveling to Iceland.
What do I need to bring? No matter at what time of year you decide to travel to Iceland, it is always important to bring a good waterproof jacket, trekking clothes (waterproof trousers like Gore-tex), good trekking shoes, gloves, light hat, sunglasses, sun cream, camera and water bottle.
Important Note: All activities on the glacier are carried out under the responsibility of the customers. Neither the provider nor ISLANDICA s.r.o. are responsible for possible accidents that may be caused by the participants during the activities or by the actions thereof. Persons who participate in these outings agree to these conditions. They may be required to sign an exemption prior to completion, stating that they are aware that all outdoor activity carries an inherent risk. Code: RE17. ID817