Join an unforgettable tour in which you explore the hidden gems of West Iceland. You may have heard about the Golden Circle, but have you heard about the Silver Circle? If not, you're in for a wonderful surprise! On this tour, you will visit some of the most beautiful places in West Iceland, including hot springs and waterfalls.
At the start of the day, an expert Super Jeep driver will pick you up in a specially modified mountain vehicle. The first destination for the day is Deildartunguhver, a hot spring unique for the immense heat it contains and the stunning colours it has created in its surrounding landscape.
After this, the next stop is at Barnafoss and Hraunfossar waterfalls. The waterfalls spread like a veil over hundreds of meters of lava rock wall, which is a stunning sight to see. During winter, the small rivulets freeze, forming patterns and icicles to decorate the dark lava rock. Truly a beautiful and unique sight.
After the waterfalls, there will be a quick stop at Húsafell woodlands, where you can pop into the bistro to grab some lunch, and stock up on drinks and snacks.
Then it will be time to see what the Super Jeep can do and venture into the Highlands. Your driver will now set out towards Langjökull glacier and Kaldidalur highland road. It is time to let some air out of those big tires, to make for a smooth ride, and attempt to explore all the best the Icelandic Highlands have to offer.
At the southern end of Kaldidalur road, you will get to Þingvellir National Park, a cherished historical site for the Icelandic people. A short stop will be made at the national park, before heading back to Reykjavík.
Depending on the conditions each day, this exciting itinerary could be flipped around, starting off at Þingvellir National Park and concluding by the Deildartunguhver hot spring.
Don't hesitate in booking your Silver Circle excursion now, to visit the primary sights of West Iceland on a Super Jeep tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
Access to the glacier and the Highlands is subject to conditions each time, so there may be a need to cancel that part of the tour if the weather is unfavourable. Your safety is the number one priority.