Snæfellsness Peninsula Private Tour


  • Departure from Reykjavik 🇮🇸
  • Min. age : 4
  • Max number people : 7
  • Duration : 10 hours
  • Difficulty : 2/10
  • Distance : short walks


About the Tour

Snæafellsnes is a western region of Iceland between Reykjavík and the West Fjords, commonly chosen as a weekend destination among locals. During the trip we will see world-famous cliffs with bridge over the Ocean, volcanic crater and photogenic churches. There is also opportunity to enjoy the abundant waterfalls and gorges on this peninsula. At one of the stops, we will have a peek at seals and throughout the tour, we will be surrounded by various types of birds. We will have time to take a picture of the uniquely shaped glacier volcano peak of the peninsula. The day will end in a lovely town with a typical, Icelandic relaxed atmosphere.

This tour could be extended by a visit to the cave or hike to the Snaefell Glacier.

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 Checkist

  • 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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Arnastapi is a small fishing village. It is situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by dramatic coastal cliffs and rugged terrain. Arnastapi is known for its stunning scenery, abundant birdlife, and opportunities for hiking and outdoor activities. The village also has a few restaurants, cafes, and souvenir shops catering to tourists.


Buðir is a small village known for its iconic black and white church. The village is surrounded by stunning landscapes such as glacier-capped mountains, lava fields, and black sand beaches. It is a popular destination for nature lovers, hikers, and photographers. There are also a few accommodation options and a restaurant in the village.

Djupalon Beach

Djúpalón beach is a black sand and pebble beach. The beach is known for its rugged beauty, with large rocks and unique formations dotting the coastline. Visitors can also see the remains of a shipwreck on the beach, which adds to the area’s mysterious and haunting atmosphere. Djúpalón beach is a popular destination for hikers and nature lovers, offering stunning views and a glimpse into Iceland’s dramatic landscape.


Kirkjufell. It is one of the most photographed mountains in the country and is known for its unique shape and picturesque location. Kirkjufell means “Church Mountain” in Icelandic, as its shape resembles a church steeple. The mountain is a popular tourist attraction and hiking destination, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape and nearby waterfalls.

Ytri Tunga

Ytri Tunga is the most reliable place in Iceland to see seals. Just offshore, on some rocks protruding from the water, at least a few individuals from the local colony can be seen hauling out all throughout the year. The best time to see them, however, is in the summer months. The seals that haul out here are Harbour Seals, one of the two common species found in Iceland. The other is the Grey Seal. In spite of what many think, Iceland no longer is home to walruses, although they are spotted in the Westfjords on rare occasions.

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