Please, contact me if you don't see availability for your date, this experience is often available upon request. Are you looking for a personalized day trip to avoid the crowds and connect with nature? Here’s what we’ll do: We'll travel to the Reykjanes Penninsula, a NESCO Global Geopark and part of the European and Global Geopark network. It is close from Reykjavik and great day trip if you have limited time or time to spare, even just on a stopover for a day as its close by the airport. Reykjanes Peninsula is perhaps one of the most underrated places in Iceland. The landscape is rough and a bit alien looking, Reykjanes has great lava fields covered in moss, old craters, fissures, lakes and bubbling geothermal mud pools. By the sea we'll find a surreal coastline with amazing rock formations, particularly spectacular when the wind is blowing and the sea violently hammers upon the rocks, wave after wave. All these places are usually sparse with people, allowing you some space and time with nature. Reykjanes is a hidden volcanic gem not to be missed! - Some of the tour highlights - Valahnúkamöl sea stacks Reykjanes Lighthouse Gunnuhver Brimketill lava rock pool The bridge between continents Krisuvikurberg Cliffs The great lava fields Krýsuvík Kleifarvatn lake Grænavatn Sandvik And many more secret spots along the way!
My name is Dani Guindo, I'm a photographer from the south of Spain, now based in Reykjavík, Iceland. Within the last two years, I have studied and photographed the Icelandic landscape deeply, and now I would like to share with you some of the most beautiful and hidden spots that I have found during this time! I will show you around and take you to some of my secret spots. While we explore, I will take some pictures of you, to make your experience unique and unforgettable, as we will be visiting some of the craziest, most beautiful and wild sceneries in our planet. Check out my Instagram: @hollow.sun
I will pick you up at your accomodation at 9:00 in the morning in the Reykjavik area code 101-108 - Otherwise, we'll meet at BSI Bus terminal. Remember to bring warm clothes, rain gear, hiking shoes, camera, water and snacks for the day.
Please be aware! The minimum number of participants for this experience is two. I will always try to adapt the itinerary to the conditions, weather and time of the year, so the experience will remain equally beautiful and safe. In Iceland the weather can change quickly so remember to be prepared!
Explore the Wonders of Reykjanes