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SNÆFELLSNES PENINSULA ABOUT SNÆFELLSNES EXCURSIONS Snæfellsnes Excursions is located in the heart of west Iceland, about 120minutes drive from Reykjavík. We offer bus rental, Snow Track Buggy and beautiful nature tours around Snæfellsnes Peninsula...more
This was a long excursion, but the bus was very comfortable. Not a whole lot to see at this part of Iceland and there are lots of lava fields in the area. We walked from the cruise ship up to the Information Booth where we...More
Shout out to the team at Snaefellsnes Excursions out of Arnarstopi, Iceland for a bucket list adventure up to the top of glacier-capped stratovolcano Snæfellsjökull in a snowcat. They were complete pros - knowledgeable - with a safety first approach. The views were breathtaking. Couldn’t...More
My wife and I had a small bus tour with Eastwest tours of the Snaefellsnes peninsula. Our driver Ivar had a host of knowledge, gave the right amount of info (no rambling on!) and stopped at the right places for a coffee and a bathroom...More
We went up with Hjarki and he was a very nice guy. We first drove up by a huge 4WD and afterwards with a Snowmobile.
We had a view that I never will forget. We did take a lot of pictures but seeing in real...More
This visit was included in a tour of 11 hours booked with Gray Line. It was worthy because it's quite far from Reykjavik, if you don't have a car you'll miss it. This tour had lots of short stops( like half an hour-45 min)but very...More
usually a bit suspicious of organized tourist boat trips that advertise Viking sushi, thought it might be a bit naff. To our surprise the commentary was informative, a little overly enthusiastic at times. The Viking Sushi delicious but more importantly simple and quite authentic.
If you have a car there is a tiny place called Olkelda.It is on the Road 54 a few km east of Tradir.If you have detailed free map of west Iceland you will see Olkelda on the map
It has an underground natural spring where...More