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Discover the magnificent Snæfellsnes Peninsula and explore Snæfellsnes National Park, the only park in Iceland that starts from the mountains and spreads all the way to the sea shores.
This is your chance walk on Snæfellsjökull glacier - the volcano described in Jules Verne`s Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
Follow the path of the lava flow, about 200 metres into the cave and 35 metres below the surface, to see amazing colours and lava formations in the 8000-year-old cave.
Then, from the depths of Vatnshellir, make your way to Djúpalónssandur – a beautiful black-pebbled beach with an amazing view of the sea.
The highlight of your journey will be the Snæfellsjökull glacier - an active volcano, standing at 1,446 metres high.
In need of an energy boost? You’re in the right place! Some say that the glacier is one of only 7 energy spots in the entire world.
Snæfellsjökull glacier is the volcano German professor Otto Lidenbrock, his nephew Axel, and their guide Hans descend into in Jules Verne’s famous adventure classic Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
From 7.30am, for departure at 8am.
Pick-ups from several Reykjavik hotels and guesthouses have been affected by new restrictions imposed by Reykjavík City Council. So if you are staying in any of the below hotels, you will be assigned a nearby bus stop where your transport will meet you instead:
See the list of hotel pick up points to find out if your accommodation is affected.
10 to 11 hours.
Transfers to and from Reykjavik hotels and guesthouse are included (except for the Blue Lagoon Inn and in Keflavik).
Children under 12 go free on this tour. However, we will need to reserve a place for them in the coach, so please contact us on 0844 873 0070 to let us know how many children are travelling.
Round-trip transfers and English-speaking guide.
Occasionally the days of operation for this tour may change. If this is the case we will contact you to offer you an alternative date during your holiday, otherwise you will be offered a full refund.
As of Tuesday, April 30 2019, the Grayline Iceland main bus terminal will move from Skarfabakki to Klettagarðar 4, where Gray Line Iceland’s head offices are located.
The new address is:Klettagarðar 4 104 Reykjavík. To view the map, please click here
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