Full day exploring and capturing the beauty of the underrated Reykjanes Peninsula, a UNESCO GEOPARK
- 8 hr8 hours
- 180.000 íslenskar krónur180.000 ISK
- Pick-up & Drop-Off : Client Accommodation
Explore the rugged beauty of Iceland's Reykjanes Peninsula on a private photography tour in a rugged Jeep. The Reykjanes Peninsula is a region located in the southwest of Iceland, known for its unique geological features, volcanic activity, and hot springs. The peninsula is connected to the mainland of Iceland by a narrow strip of land called the Sandvíkurberg. One of the main attractions on the Reykjanes Peninsula is the Kleifarvatn lake, which is the largest lake on the peninsula and known for its high levels of geothermal activity. The lake is home to a number of hot springs, geysers, and mud pools, which are popular spots for visitors to relax and bathe. The peninsula is also known for its volcanic activity, with many volcanic craters, lava fields, and fissures visible throughout the area. The most famous volcano on the peninsula is the Reykjanes volcano, which last erupted in 1240 AD. Visitors can also see the Seltún geothermal area, a geothermal field with mud pools and hot springs of different colors, and the Gunnuhver hot spring, one of the most powerful hot springs in Iceland, which can reach temperatures of up to 100°C. The peninsula is also home to a number of unique geological features, such as the Krýsuvík geothermal area, which is known for its colorful hot springs and mud pots, and the Kleifarvatn lake, which is the largest lake on the peninsula. The Reykjanes Peninsula is also home to the Reykjanes Lighthouse, which is the oldest lighthouse in Iceland, and offers a beautiful view of the surrounding area. The Reykjanes Peninsula is also known for its bird watching opportunities, especially on the Kleifarvatn lake, visitors can see many species of waterfowl, such as the Eider duck, and a variety of shorebirds. Visitors to the Reykjanes Peninsula should be aware that many of the geological features are fragile and can be easily damaged, so it is important to stick to designated paths and respect the natural surroundings. Led by a professional photographer, you'll journey off the beaten path to capture the peninsula's stunning landscapes, including volcanic craters, hot springs, and black sand beaches. With the freedom and flexibility of a private tour, you'll have the opportunity to create stunning images at the perfect moment, whether it's during the golden hour or under the Northern Lights. This tour is perfect for photographers of all skill levels looking to elevate their craft and capture the unique landscapes of Iceland.
Nesvegur 55, Reykjavik, Islande