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Reykjanes Peninsula Day Trip from Reykjavik with Optional Blue Lagoon Drop-Off

  • Delve into the rugged Reykjanes Peninsula with your guide
  • Explore Gunnuhver and Krýsuvík, where the geothermal activity is particularly strong 
  • Take in top attractions including Eyrarbakki, Reykjanesviti lighthouse, and Strandakirkja church
Reykjanes Peninsula Day Trip from Reykjavik with Optional Blue Lagoon Drop-Off
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Reykjanes Peninsula Day Trip from Reykjavik with Optional Blue Lagoon Drop-Off
From US$98,00
Iceland’s Reykjanes Peninsula is a land of spectacular coastline, soaring cliffs, and geothermal lava fields—but hitting the highlights from Reykjavik requires insider knowledge. On this sightseeing tour, discover top attractions including Strandakirkja church and Reykjanesviti lighthouse, and visit geothermal Gunnuhver and Krýsuvík with your guide. Includes pickup in central Reykjavik and optional drop-off at the famous Blue Lagoon.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with a morning pickup at your centrally located Reykjavik hotel or the bus terminal. Then, head out of the city toward the beautiful Reykjanes Peninsula—home to dramatic coastlines, bubbling lava fields, and quaint towns.

Spin through the pretty town of Eyrarbakki on route to Strandakirkja church, and admire sweeping views across the Icelandic countryside along the way. Explore the geothermal hot spots of Krýsuvík and Gunnuhver with your guide, and gain insight into Iceland’s rich geology.

Next, head through Grindavík to the coast, where rolling waves crash into the cliffs beneath the Reykjanesviti lighthouse. Here, capture the dramatic scenery on camera and marvel at the might of Mother Nature.

See where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet deep below ground, then perhaps finish with a visit to the famous Blue Lagoon (own expense). Alternatively, return to your starting point in central Reykjavik to conclude your tour.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

After exploring the Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon, and the South Coast, this tour seemed very underwhelming. We learned about geothermal energy but most of the information we had already heard on our other tours. We also went to two geothermal areas that were not nearly...More

Thank Shanker C
Reviewed 11 April 2018

A great tour for anyone interested in geotherml power, ava fileds, seing where the Nortah Atlantic ridge comes to land, wild coasts and geo hot spots. Small tor on minibus with well informeed guide. Lunch stop sels fab lobster soup.

Thank TMS44
Reviewed 4 March 2018
Good day but bit drawn out

Pick up for this trip was really disorganised and everyone is collected and then taken to the bus station so after being at the bus-stop from 8.30am as arranged we didn't actually set off until 9.30am. It was a really small tour with 2 other...More

1  Thank missmilly
Reviewed 5 February 2018
Very good day trip - Reykjanes Peninsular

I booked this day trip to finish off our 8 day visit to Iceland in late January. After checking out we were collected from #2 bus stop right on 8.30am the allocated start time, so don't be late getting to your bus stop. Very interesting...More

Thank gohomemumbai
Reviewed 18 January 2018
A trip to die for!

Iceland was breath taking! Land bridge was nothing much but a place I had to see! Blue lagoon was extremely costly but a trip of a lifetime and a must! Saw horses along the way (great plus!).

Thank W2811CWmar
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Nelson L
29 May 2018|
Response from gohomemumbai | Reviewed this property |
When I spoke to the company during our planning stage, they told me to plan around a 4.30pm arrival. So we booked entry for 5pm to give us a bit of a buffer in case the tour was late. The Blue Lagoon gives you a one hour... More