Reykjanes Peninsula Private Tour


  • Departure from Reykjavik 🇮🇸
  • Min. age : 3
  • Max number of people : 7
  • Duration : 8 hours
  • Difficulty : 2/10
  • Distance : Short walks


About the Tour

The southwestern part of the island is often underrated but no less beautiful than other regions. This journey will lead you through active volcanoes and geothermal areas, one of two UNESCO sites in Iceland. You will experience a scenic drive through rugged lava fields and depending on the weather, one of the faces of a beautiful lake on this peninsula. Despite all the attractions listed above, we will show you a pretty coast with cliffs (where, in summer, puffins might be encountered) and stop by the picturesque lighthouses.

This tour could be extended by a visit to the Blue Lagoon or a hike to a volcano eruption site on request.

Departure & return location

  • At your hotel (please specify on the booking form)

Departure time

  • 09:00 am

Price includes

  • Guidance during the tour
  • Parking fees
  • Photo package (5 per person)
  • Transportation

Price excludes

  • Meals
  • Sunny weather

Item Checklist

  • Day pack
  • Gloves, buff, beanie hat
  • Good shoes (preferably waterproof)
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses
  • Warm winter clothes (Particularly between Oct-May)
  • Water, snacks
  • Wind and water resistant jacket
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Bridge between continents

The Bridge between Continents, is a symbolic representation of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. Spanning a fissure in the Earth’s crust, this footbridge allows visitors to stand with one foot on each continent, providing a unique opportunity to witness the geological forces shaping our planet. It’s a remarkable site where you can physically experience the separation of these two massive tectonic plates, making it a popular stop for geology enthusiasts and travelers exploring Iceland’s natural wonders.


Kleifarvatn is a mystical and enigmatic lake, known for its dark, deep waters and surrounded by an otherworldly lunar-like landscape, it offers a sense of solitude and tranquility. The lake is renowned for its fluctuating water levels, influenced by volcanic and tectonic activity, making it a captivating destination for nature enthusiasts and photographers seeking the surreal beauty of Iceland’s natural wonders. It’s also steeped in local folklore and legends, adding to its mystique.

Reykjanes geopark

Reykjanes Geopark is a geological wonderland where visitors can witness the powerful forces of nature at work. It encompasses dramatic landscapes featuring volcanic craters, steaming geothermal areas, rugged coastlines, and unique rock formations. This geopark offers a stunning blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and scientific significance, making it a captivating destination for those seeking to explore Iceland’s diverse and dynamic geology.


Seltún, situated in Iceland’s geothermal wonderland of Krysuvik, is a mesmerizing geothermal area renowned for its bubbling mud pots, steaming hot springs, and vibrant mineral deposits. Visitors can witness the Earth’s geothermal forces in action as they explore this surreal landscape, characterized by the pungent scent of sulfur in the air. Seltún offers a captivating glimpse into the dynamic geological processes shaping Iceland’s ever-changing terrain, making it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and geology aficionados.

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