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Tourism Iceland brings an amazing opportunity for traveling enthusiasts to explore all the major Snæfellsnes Peninsula tour attractions. Our private Snæfellsnes Peninsula Day Tour is an excellent way to see some of Iceland’s most breathtaking landscapes. Join us on this one-day private tour to make your trip to Iceland even more exciting. Book Snæfellsnes Peninsula Private Tour with us.
Snæfellsnes is regarded as “Iceland in a Pocket” because it contains a little bit of everything that is famous about Icelandic nature. Waterfalls, glaciers, lava formations, volcanoes, and black sand beaches can all be found here. We’ll take you on a beautiful journey and share all of our stories, anecdotes, and amusing facts with you along the way.
We’ll show you the famous Kirkjufell mountain and waterfalls, Djpalónssandur beach, Lóndrangar pinnacles, Arnarstapi harbour, Snfellsjökull glacier, and the Berserk lava field, as well as all the secrets, mysteries, and legends surrounding these natural wonders.
English speaking driver + guide
Berserkjahraun lava fields
Snæfellsjökull glacier and national park
Arnarstapi fishing village and sea-cliffs
Break for food / meal
Additional stops (Optional)
Berserkjahraun is a dark and stunning expanse of solid black lava that erupted around 4000 years ago from surrounding volcanic craters. In one of the Icelandic Sagas, Norwegian Berserks are finally defeated in lava.
The mountain gained notoriety after appearing in the Netflix series Game of Thrones, featuring Mt. Kirkjufell taking the thunder from the Snfellsjökull glacier.
Glacial waters from the Snfellsjökull glacier feed the waterfall. The walking trail takes visitors around the area and provides an excellent opportunity to photograph the fall with the breathtaking Mt Kirkjufell in the background. Because of its spectacular form and beauty, Kirkjufellsfoss has become one of the most popular photographic destinations.
The Black Lava Pearl Beach on the shore of Djpalónssandur is well-known. It's an arched bay with lava cliffs, black basalt pebbles, and sand that was once home to a fishing community.
The cliffs and pinnacles are the remains of a previous volcano that was violently ravaged by ocean forces over centuries. Bird lovers go to the area, where seabirds nest in the cliffs.
The Snæfellsjökull volcano and glacier is the area's true star and a major landmark. On a clear day, it may be seen from a long distance, even from Reykjavik. It's known for the unique and intense energy it produces when people are in its sight.
Arnarstapi village is located close to Snæfellsjökull and is viewed by the majestic mountain Stapi, which gave the town its name. Arnarstapi is a charming village with lovely hikes starting from the harbour and continuing along the beautiful coastline to an amazing memorial commemorating the area's guardian, Bárður Snæfellsáss