Duration 8- 10 hours
Snæfellsness Peninsula in the west of Iceland is almost like a miniature version of the entire country. In addition to the characteristic features of the glacier Snæfellsjökull, you will find white and black sand beaches, cliffs full of birds, spectacular mountains and volcanic craters, incredibly rich in trout lakes and rivers full of salmon, lush valleys and the unique harbor in the charming fishing villages.
The stunning landscape of the peninsula captured the imagination of people around the world, since Jules Verne wrote a famous science fiction novel “Journey to the Center of the Earth”, by the fact that the journey begins in the depths of the mysteries of ice fanned Snayfetlsёkutl. It is known that aliens visited him regularly. Many myths and legends about treasures, trolls and elves associated with this extraordinarily beautiful place.
The journey begins early in the morning and lasts all day. A beautiful valley lying between the mountains we come to the city Stikiskhoulmur (If you wish, for a fee), set sail on a small boat. Sailing to the place on the islands Brejðarsund (Wide Bay) where you will not be bored. In the middle of the travel Boatswain throw dredge the bottom and you will be able to eat meat fresh shells, and then Kok will call everyone to lunch taste sea soup with oysters, shrimp and lobster.
The tour also includes a visit to Shark Museum in Bjarnarhofn (bearish harbor) Kirkjufell (Church Mountain), Dyupalonssandur (Black Beach), Hellnar (Bird Rock) as well as White Beach (Rookery seals). On the way back we will visit Hvalfjörður (Walvis Bay).