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Snaefellsnes Tours

Snaefellsnes Tours

Taking you to one of Iceland's most naturally diverse regions, Snæfellsnes tours allow you to explore the mystical peninsula that is often referred to as 'Iceland in Miniature' because of its stunning diversity of landscapes and its unequalled array of natural attractions.

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Are there tours of Snaefellsnes during COVID-19?

Yes, tours of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula are still running during COVID-19. Some tour availability may be temporarily impacted by regulations put in place by local health authorities to prevent the spread of the virus. Click a date on the calendar to check tour availability and book a spot during your days of travel.

Is it safe to tour Snaefellsnes during COVID-19?

The natural beauty of Snaefellsnes can still be experienced in a safe and healthy way. All tour operators closely follow the latest safety guidelines provided by local health authorities. Guides maintain the recommended social distance and use masks when needed. Tour vehicles are sanitized before and after your tour, including all shared surfaces, ensuring your tour is memorable and safe.

When is the best time to visit Snaefellsnes peninsula?

Snæfellsnes peninsula can be traversed throughout the year. Whale watching tours are operated year-round, but glacier hiking tours run from April to August. Whereas in the winter months, the famous Kirkjufell mountain is blanketed in snow and looks as it did when it appeared in the Game of Thrones TV series. Therefore, when you choose to visit will depend on what you want to see and experience while you are there. No matter the time of year, be sure to pack warm and waterproof clothes as the weather can be changeable.

What are Snaefellsnes' main attractions?

There is a lot to see and do on Snæfellsnes. This peninsula in West Iceland is home to multiple natural and cultural attractions, but the most popular are Mt. Kirkjufell, Stykkishólmur town, the fishing villages Arnarstapi and Hellnar and the Snæfellsjökull glacier. The combination of beautiful mountains, rock formations, lava fields, glaciers, and pebble beaches gives this peninsula in Iceland the reputation of having ‘a little of everything’ that Iceland has to offer.

How far is Snaefellnes peninsula from Reykjavik?

It takes just under two hours to drive to the base of the peninsula, and two hours 30 minutes to reach the tip. There are, however, many breathtaking views to take in on route, so you may find the drive takes you longer as you pull in off the road and enjoy the multitude of photo stops.