Slow-Paced 10-Day Summer Self-Drive Tour of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Golden Circle & South Coast

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10 days & 9 nights
Apr. - Aug.
9 nights included
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Immerse yourself in Iceland without rushing by booking this slow-paced summer self-drive holiday. Those eager to embark on exciting adventures in Iceland and see some of its most beautiful sights, from waterfalls to glaciers and coastal towns, should book this tour now.

For ten days, you'll enjoy a wealth of destinations on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, the Golden Circle, and the South Coast, all in your own time. 

You'll get a detailed itinerary when you book, ensuring you don't miss any sights. This itinerary is a much-loved tour and is very highly rated. 

Those looking to explore Iceland in-depth need to look no further. On this tour, you will spend two nights at each location outside of Reykjavik. 

The Golden Circle sightseeing route is just one of the stops on this fantastic tour. The route includes three magnificent sights, Thingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area, and Gullfoss Waterfall.

The Snaefellsnes Peninsula allows you to see all of the landscapes that Iceland is known for in one place. It is home to a volcano, a glacier, lava fields, craters, waterfalls, black sand beaches, caves, mountains, fishing villages, and a stunning coastline.

One of the highlights of this self-drive itinerary is the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. Situated in Southeast Iceland, it is a beautiful place where large icebergs float along the lagoon, providing a breathtaking sight. 

The lagoon is also Iceland's deepest lake, and it connects with the ocean, which means it contains seawater and freshwater. Seals can be seen here all year round.

Throughout your travels, you can add excursions to your itinerary. 

Some of these include snorkeling between continents, snowmobiling on glaciers, visiting an ice cave and lava tubes, sailing a boat on Breidafjordur Bay or the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, relaxing in the Blue Lagoon or Krauma spa, and descending into the empty magma chamber of a volcano.

You don't need to worry about sorting accommodation, car rentals, or individual tours when you book a self-drive holiday. It is organized for you before arrival and offered at a fantastic price. 

You don't have to concern yourself with the needs of other guests, tour guides, or time limitations. You'll have a personal travel agent you can contact at any time, seven days a week.

If your plans change before your trip, you can cancel free of charge up to 24 hours before departure.

Take your chance to see Iceland in depth at your own pace. Book this family-friendly adventure and discover all that Iceland has to offer. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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9 nights of accommodation
New rental car for 10 days
CDW car rental insurance
Gravel protection car insurance
Unlimited mileage
Unlimited in-car Wi-Fi
Detailed itinerary & travel plan
Personal travel agent
24/7 helpline
VAT & all taxes


Reykjavik is the northernmost capital city in the world.Reykjavík / 3 nights
Beautiful coastal geology helps to define the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.Snæfellsnes / 2 nights
An abandoned house on the Reykjanes Peninsula presents a striking contrast against a lush green landscape.Southwest Iceland / 2 nights
Reykholt was home to Snorri Sturluson, a medieval writer.Reykholt
Deildartunguhver geothermal hot spring in West IcelandDeildartunguhver
Dyrhólaey peninsula from east to westSouth Coast / 1 night
The Vatnajokull glacier in Southeast Iceland.Southeast Iceland / 1 night



Gunnuhver is one of the geothermal areas on the Reykjanes Peninsula.Gunnuhver
Seals hauling out at Ytri Tunga.Ytri Tunga Beach
Búðakirkja Church bathed by the Northern LightsBudir
Lóndrangar under the midnight sun.Lóndrangar
Djupalonssandur has beautiful natural featuresDjupalonssandur
Snæfellsjökull glacier above the black church at Búðir village.Snæfellsjökull
Mount Kirkjufell on Snaefellsnes peninsula is one of the most iconic mountains in IcelandKirkjufell
Hraunfossar is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in West Iceland.Hraunfossar
Borg á Mýrum is a church estate in Iceland.Borg á Mýrum
Þingvellir National Park is Iceland's only UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the major stops along the world famous Golden Circle sightseeing route.Thingvellir
Geysir is a dormant hot spring in the geothermal area, Haukadalur Valley, found in South Iceland.Geysir
Long-exposure photo of Gullfoss waterfall on a cloudy dayGullfoss
Þingvellir National Park, the only UNESCO World Heritage Site on Iceland’s mainland, is birthplace of the country’s parliament.Kerið
Seljalandsfoss on the South Coast of Iceland bathed in the otherworldly light of the midnight sun.Seljalandsfoss
The mighty Skógafoss waterfallSkógafoss
Dyrhólaey Peninsula is a 120 metre promenade famed for its staggering views of Iceland’s South Coast, as well as its historic lighthouse and wealth of birdlife.Dyrhólaey
Reynisfjara beach and Reynisdrangar cliffs in winterReynisfjara Black Sand Beach
Arial view of Reynisdrangar and Mt. ReynisfjallReynisdrangar
Skaftafell Nature Preserve can be found in Öræfasveit, the western region of Austur-Skaftafellssýsla in Iceland.Skaftafell
Svartifoss in Skaftafell Nature Reserve in summer.Svartifoss
Jökulsárlón is one of Iceland's most popular and unique attractionsJökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
The icy diamonds of Diamond BeachDiamond Beach
Reykjavík City Hall in the morning sunRáðhúsið – Reykjavík City Hall
Kleifarvatn is the third largest lake in Iceland.Kleifarvatn


Glacier Hiking
Super Jeep
Whale Watching
Boat Trip
Hot Spring Bathing
Cultural Activity
Ice Caving
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Day 1

Day 1 – Reykjavík

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  • Gunnuhver
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On day one of your self-drive tour of Iceland, you will arrive at the Keflavik International Airport and pick up your rental vehicle, which you'll use for the next ten days. 

From the airport, you will take a drive along the beautiful Reykjanes Peninsula to the city of Reykjavik.

Driving along the Reykjanes Peninsula is an enchanting experience that immerses you in Iceland's rugged beauty. As you embark on this journey, you'll be greeted by sweeping coastal vistas, jagged cliffs, and expansive lava fields. 

The road weaves through contrasting landscapes, where you can see Iceland's geothermal activity. The peninsula's dramatic landscapes are complemented by charming fishing villages and quaint Icelandic houses, providing a glimpse into local life. 

You could stop at the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa on your way to Iceland's capital city. This world-renowned spa is known for its healing waters, vivid azure colors, and luxurious treatments. 

It is in the middle of a moss-covered lava field, giving it an otherworldly atmosphere. If you add the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa to your package, your visit will be arranged according to your flights. 

If there is no time to visit the lagoon today, it can be added to another day. Your travel consultant will be able to arrange this for you. If you have extra free time, there is still plenty to see and do in Reykjavik and the Reykjanes Peninsula.

If you are not in a rush to get to the capital, you can use this time to better explore the lunar landscapes around you. Just south of the airport is the Gunnuhver geothermal area, where you'll find bubbling mud pools and colorful hot springs.

Once you reach your hotel, you can either relax and sleep off your journey to ready yourself for the day tomorrow or use the opportunity to introduce yourself to the many wonders of Reykjavik.

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Day 2

Day 2 – Snæfellsnes

  • Snæfellsnes
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  • Ytri Tunga Beach
  • Budir hamlet
  • Londrangar Basalt Cliffs
  • Djupalonssandur black pebble beach
  • Snaefellsjokull
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On the second day of your self-drive tour of Iceland, you will head to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. This 56-mile (90-kilometer) stretch of land is home to many wonders, and the scenic drive there takes you past mighty mountains, long fjords, and rolling hills.

You'll get to see a wealth of geological formations as you enter the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, such as the Eldborg crater, the Gerduberg hexagonal basalt cliffs, and lots of animal life. 

The peninsula is home to a wealth of seabirds, and at Ytri Tunga beach, you may get to see a colony of seals.

You'll then come to the charming fishing villages of Arnarstapi and Hellnar, where you can enjoy a stop for coffee, ice cream, or Icelandic pancakes at a local café.

The coastline will only get more dramatic as you travel, culminating at the enormous basalt plug of Londrangar. While this site is spectacular, it is overshadowed by the Snaefellsjokull glacier and volcano that crowns the tip of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.

Snaefellsjokull glacier, which sits in the national park of the same name, gained fame when it was used as the setting of the Jules Verne novel 'A Journey to the Centre of the Earth.'

While you cannot follow directly in the footsteps of the novel's adventurers, you can opt for a caving tour this day and enjoy the otherworldly space of a lava tube on your subterranean journey.

If you'd rather stay above ground, you can take a whale-watching tour from Olafsvik. Though there are no guarantees, more orcas, pilot whales, and sperm whales are found around the Snaefellsnes Peninsula than in most other parts of Iceland.

After a day of adventure that will no doubt extend long into the hours of the midnight sun, you will head to a nearby hotel for a well-deserved rest.

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Day 3

Day 3 – Snæfellsnes

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  • Snaefellsjokull
  • Kirkjufell Mountain
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On the third day of your summer self-drive tour of Iceland, you'll have another day to explore the wonderful Snaefellsnes Peninsula. You'll drive through the peninsula's stunning northern coast to explore its top attractions this time.

Due to the enormous wealth of sites on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, you can pack another day full of adventure here.

You could start by heading to Bjarnahofn farmstead, home to the Shark Museum. Icelanders have for centuries enjoyed fermented Greenlandic shark as a delicacy, and here you can see the processes used to create it and taste the results. Just note that the smell can be pretty intense.

You could also enjoy more natural sites, such as the Raudfeldsgja gorge, a cleft in a giant cliff face you can climb into to reach a waterfall. 

Bring waterproof clothes and shoes as you will get wet.

You can also see the iconic Kirkjufell mountain and its adjacent waterfall, Kirkjufellsfoss. Kirkjufell is one of the most photographed mountains in Iceland, thanks to its distinctive look, which resembles a church steeple.

An option that blends nature and history is to visit Djupalonssandur beach. Here, you can find rusty pieces of metal from an old shipwreck on the beach's jet-black pebbles, as well as four lifting stones, against which fishermen of old used to test their strength.

The largest town on the peninsula is called Stykkisholmur, filled with folklore and culture. 

From here, you can take a boat tour into Breidafjordur fjord. Your guide will catch some shellfish for you and prepare it to eat right in front of you in the form of sushi. This tour also provides more opportunities to see whales, seals, and seabirds, including puffins.

With the sites of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula enjoyed in-depth, you'll return to your hotel for one more night.

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Day 4

Day 4 – Southwest Iceland

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  • Reykholt historical site
  • Hraunfossar & Barnafoss waterfalls
  • Deildartunguhver hot spring
  • Borg a Myrum church and farm
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On your fourth day, you will explore some of the natural landmarks of West Iceland, including waterfalls, hot springs, and glaciers.

You will head towards the Golden Circle sightseeing route, home to some of Iceland's most popular tourist attractions. This tour emphasizes a slow and steady pace, so you'll be able to enjoy all the sights en route first.

West Iceland has incredible natural landmarks. It is home to the highest-flowing hot spring in Europe, Deildartunguhver, and two iconic waterfalls, Hraunfossar and Barnafoss. 

Deildartunguhver is one of Europe's most voluminous hot springs, and its geothermal waters provide heat for nearby towns.

You can explore the Hvalfjordur fjord and even hike to see the second tallest waterfall in the country, Glymur. Glymur waterfall plunges down a narrow canyon from around 198 meters (650 feet).

You can access the waterfall via a scenic hike, and it has a serene natural setting with breathtaking views.

West Iceland also has many historical sites. The town of Borgarnes is in a beautiful coastal setting and houses the Settlement Center Museum. 

Reykholt, meanwhile, has the Snorrastofa Research Centre, an institution based on the life and works of the village's most famous son, Snorri Sturluson. He wrote the Bible of Old Norse mythology, Edda. 

While booking, there are three tours you can opt for today. You could head to the mighty Langjokull glacier, take a monster truck journey to its peak, and explore artificial ice tunnels that lead into its depths. 

If you missed caving on the Snaefellsnes peninsula, you could take a tour of the Vidgelmir lava tube, the largest cave in Iceland.

If you'd prefer to relax, you can book admission to the Krauma Spa, where hot water from Deildartunguhver is mixed with cold water from Iceland's smallest glacier, Ok, to create the perfect bathing temperature.

You'll finally reach your hotel in Southwest Iceland, perfectly poised to explore the nearby Golden Circle in depth tomorrow.

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Day 5

Day 5 – Southwest Iceland

  • Southwest Iceland
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  • Thingvellir National Park
  • Geysir geothermal area
  • Gullfoss waterfall
  • Kerid Crater
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On day five of your self-drive tour of Iceland, you will embark on the country's most renowned and beloved sightseeing route, the Golden Circle. The trail consists of three points, all equally beautiful.

The most famous waterfall in the country is Gullfoss, otherwise known as 'the Golden Waterfall.' Its name is where the sightseeing route's name comes from. 

It is a powerful waterfall, falling in two tiers and plunging into a canyon that slices through the countryside. You can observe and photograph it from one of the many surrounding platforms.

Just ten minutes from Gullfoss waterfall is Haukadalur valley, home to the Geysir geothermal area. It is named after the Geysir hot spring, although it is inactive. 

Instead, you'll be able to see the impressive Strokkur geyser. Every five to ten minutes, it blasts a column of boiling water to heights reaching up to 66 feet (20 meters). Surrounding it are many other hot springs, fumaroles, and steam vents.

Finally, you will come to Thingvellir, a fascinating National Park between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. As they pull apart, they tear the landscape up, creating dramatic and beautiful ravines. 

Thingvellir National Park is also the first UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Icelandic mainland. Here, Icelanders founded their parliament in 930 AD, now the longest-running institution of its kind in the world.

After enjoying these sites, you can visit a wealth of other places. Kerid is a crater lake with beautiful contrasts between its crimson rocks and azure waters. You can enter and explore geothermal power plants and many more waterfalls.

You could also use the time to enjoy a tour. Thingvellir National Park has a ravine filled with crystal clear glacial water called Silfra that you can snorkel in for a fantastic adventure between the continents. Snorkeling participants need to be comfortable in the water and be able to swim.

You could also return to Langjokull glacier for a thrilling snowmobile ride on the ice cap.

After making the very most of the Golden Circle sightseeing route, you will return to your accommodation in Southwest Iceland.

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Day 6

Day 6 – South Coast

  • South Coast
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  • Seljalandsfoss Waterfall
  • Skogafoss waterfall
  • Dyrholaey
  • Reynisfjara black sand beach
  • Reynisdrangar Sea Stacks
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On the sixth day of your self-drive tour of Iceland, you will begin your three-day exploration of Iceland's South Coast.

As you leave the Golden Circle sightseeing route, you will find your trail descends to run alongside the ocean. On your right, you can see across to the Westman Islands in clear weather, and to your left, the notorious subglacial volcanoes Eyjafjallajokull and Myrdalsjokull will begin to materialize.

Your first stop is at Seljalandsfoss waterfall. This beautiful cascade tumbles from over 197 feet (60 meters) and is unique because you can walk around it. This unique viewpoint provides gorgeous views over the south and some fantastic photographs. 

As you have the time to enjoy the sites in-depth, you can also walk over to the mesmerizing Gljufrabui waterfall hidden in a gorge.

Next, you will see Skogafoss waterfall. This one has a more classic shape than the other two. It is also over 197 feet (60 meters) tall but much more powerful. The clouds of spray rising from where it crashes to the earth often produce rainbows where the sun's rays fall upon it.

You will next see some fantastic coastal attractions around the charming village of Vik. The most well-known is the black sand beach Reynisfjara, a beautiful stretch of shoreline. 

Jutting from the water nearby, off the cliffs of Reynisfjall mountain, are the sea stacks known as Reynisdrangar. According to local folklore, these are all that remains of two petrified trolls.

Near here is another famous coastal location. Dyrholaey is a set of cliffs and a gigantic rock arch that juts into the ocean. It is magnificent in its own right but well-known for its bird-watching opportunities. 

Dyrholaey cliffs are one of the closest places to Reykjavik, from which you can observe puffins up close to the land.

Today, you have the option to take one of two tours. You could stop at an outlet of Myrdalsjokull glacier, Solheimajokull, and enjoy an exciting glacier hike. 

Otherwise, you could take an ice-caving tour higher on the ice cap to descend into a beautifully formed feature that sits directly above the Katla volcano.

Finally, you will head to your hotel on the South Coast and spend the night.

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Day 7

Day 7 – Southeast Iceland

  • Southeast Iceland
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  • Skaftafell Nature Reserve
  • Svartifoss
  • Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon
  • Diamond Beach
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On day seven of your self-drive tour in Iceland, you will see two great sites of the southeast, considered by many to be the most beautiful in the country, both located within Vatnajokull National Park.

The first of these is the Skaftafell Nature Reserve. The nature reserve is so otherworldly that it was the first national park in the area. It is a hiker's paradise, with trails leading to many sights through diverse environments. 

It is home to lava fields, rivers, forests, and glacier tongues stretching from the largest ice cap in Europe, Vatnajokull. One of its most famous sights is the Svartifoss waterfall, surrounded by black basalt columns.

If you'd like to breathe in the fresh mountain air, you can opt for a glacier hike in Skaftafell Nature Reserve today. A certified guide will lead you up the ice cap, past deep crevasses and ice formations, to get an incredible view of the surrounding landscapes.

Next, you'll come to the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. Here, mighty icebergs break from an outlet glacier into a gigantic lake and slowly drift across it, making for an ethereal arctic wonderland. 

To add to the beauty, many seals call the lagoon home, and seabirds nest around it. To truly immerse yourself here, you can take either a slow boat ride on an amphibious boat or a faster ride on a RIB speedboat.

Adjacent to the lagoon is the Diamond Beach. This black-sand coastline stretch is where many icebergs end up after finally reaching the ocean. They lie there, scattered on the shore like glistening diamonds.

Although you could spend all day at these sites, you could also head east to Vestrahorn Mountain. 

Vestrahorn Mountain is a beautiful, stark feature that photographers flock to, trying to capture the perfect photo of the mountain reflecting in the surrounding water.

When you've finished exploring for the day, you will check into your accommodation in Southeast Iceland.

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Day 8

Day 8 – Reykjavík

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  • Return to Reykjavik
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On the eighth day of your ten-day self-drive tour of Iceland, you will drive from Klaustur back to Reykjavik. 

Today, you will have ample time to enjoy any sites you missed on the previous days or return to your favorites to spend more time there. Of course, you can also head back to the city to spend more time in the capital.

There is one incredible tour that you can choose to take. Iceland is the only place with a frozen magma chamber of a dormant volcano that you can descend into. You'll be able to do this at the Thrihnukagigur volcano.

Descending around 400 feet (120 meters) into the belly of the volcano via an open elevator in an enormous cavern, visitors are treated to an otherworldly experience. The space is vast and could comfortably hold the Statue of Liberty.

The journey down is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. You'll be immersed in the quiet atmosphere, occasionally interrupted by a water drip. 

At the bottom, you'll explore the volcano's chamber, the size of a football field. The chamber reveals vibrant, multi-colored rock formations, evidence of past volcanic activity. 

Thrihnukagigur volcano is a testament to Iceland's geological wonders and an unforgettable expedition into the heart of the earth.

After your day of adventures, you'll head back to Reykjavik. You may have additional time to explore the city, depending on your arrival time.

Reykjavik offers a multitude of captivating experiences for visitors to enjoy. Begin your exploration with a visit to the iconic Hallgrimskirkja Church, where you can ascend to the top for panoramic city views. 

Discover Iceland's rich history and culture at the National Museum, or immerse yourself in contemporary art at the Reykjavik Art Museum. Indulge in the local cuisine at the lively Reykjavik Harbour, where you can savor freshly caught seafood. 

Take advantage of Laugavegur, the main shopping street in Iceland, lined with boutiques, cafes, and street art. When the sun sets, experience Reykjavik's vibrant nightlife, with its bustling bars and live music scene.

When you're ready, check into your hotel in the city center for a good night's sleep.

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Day 9

Day 9 – Reykjavík

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On the ninth day of your self-drive sightseeing tour of Iceland, you have a day in Reykjavik and a wealth of options for how to spend it.

You could use it to explore the city itself. Reykjavik is the largest city in Iceland and its capital. It is home to around 360,000 people and is the northernmost capital in the world. Although it isn’t as large as some capital cities, it is very cosmopolitan, with a thriving art and cultural scene.

The main shopping street, Laugavegur, has a wealth of boutiques, bars, and restaurants, and there are many architectural sites, such as Hallgrimskirkja church and Harpa Concert Hall, to explore.

At Hallgrimskirkja church, you can marvel at the stunning architecture and ascend to the top of the tower for breathtaking panoramic views of the city. You can explore the serene interior, attend a concert, or admire the impressive pipe organ.

At the Harpa Concert Hall, you can experience a variety of cultural delights. Enjoy world-class concerts, from classical to contemporary music, in the magnificent main hall. 

Explore art exhibitions showcasing Icelandic creativity, dine at the stylish restaurant, or soak in the architectural beauty of this iconic venue. There are also art galleries to discover, or you could go for a soak in one of the local swimming pools.

If you’d prefer to continue your outdoor adventures, you could take a whale-watching tour from the city’s Old Harbor. 

This three-hour excursion will provide you with a fantastic opportunity to see humpback whales, minke whales, white-beaked dolphins, harbor porpoises, puffins, and other seabirds.

A final choice is a helicopter tour of the city and its surrounding nature. A helicopter tour will give you a fantastic aerial perspective over the landmarks and an exhilarating rush as you swoop through the skies.

You will spend your final night in Iceland at your accommodation in Reykjavik.

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Day 10

Day 10 – Reykjavík

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  • Kleifarvatn
  • Krýsuvík
  • Gunnuhver
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The tenth day of your self-drive sightseeing tour of Iceland is your last day in the country. Hopefully, you will have enjoyed your trip and seen some fantastic sights you'll remember forever.

For those who have a later flight and choose to visit the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa today, you will finish your stay unwinding before heading to the airport. 

The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is the perfect place to relax as you bathe in the warm, mineral-rich waters and reflect on the incredible adventure you have just taken in the land of fire and ice. Nestled amidst volcanic landscapes in Iceland, this geothermal spa is a haven of serenity and rejuvenation. 

As you step into the milky blue waters, tranquility washes over you, and the warm, mineral-rich waters work their magic on your body and soul. It is said that the silica-rich waters have healing properties. The steam rising from the lagoon creates a mystical ambiance, adding to the place's allure. 

If you have more spare time today, there are plenty of things to do in Reykjavik. 

Start your exploration by strolling along the charming streets of the city center, admiring colorful houses and quaint shops. Discover the unique architectural marvel of Hallgrimskirkja Church, a towering church offering panoramic city views. 

Immerse yourself in Icelandic culture at the National Museum, showcasing the country's rich history. Visit the iconic Harpa Concert Hall for its stunning glass facade and world-class performances. 

Indulge in culinary delights at local restaurants, savoring traditional Icelandic cuisines such as fish, lamb, and fermented shark. For nature enthusiasts, embark on a thrilling whale-watching adventure. 

If you have an early flight back home, head straight to the airport to return your rental vehicle. Leave plenty of time to check in and drop your bags.

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What to bring

Driver's license
Warm, waterproof clothing
Good hiking shoes
Swimsuit and towel
Reusable water bottle

Good to know

Self-drive tours begin either in Reykjavík or at Keflavik International Airport. A valid driver's license is required, along with a one-year-long on-road experience. Gravel protection is not included if you choose a Toyota Aygo or similar. Please be aware that your itinerary may be rearranged to better fit with your arrival date and time.

Some optional activities might require you to have a valid driver's license, or you might need to send additional information to your travel planner. Please note that you might need to present medical documents should you choose to go snorkeling. Snorkeling participants need to be comfortable in the water and be able to swim.

Although it is summertime, the Icelandic weather can be very unpredictable. Please bring appropriate clothing.

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