Your guide will take you to the volcanic Reykjanes peninsula. This is a region known for its geothermal attractions and activity, thanks to its location on a fissure zone created by the separation of the mid-Atlantic ridge running across Iceland. This is where you’ll find Iceland’s newest volcano Fagradalsfjall, which erupted in spring 2021 and summer 2022.
You could see the geothermal area of Krýsuvík and the geothermal field of Seltún, where volcanic fumeroles, mud pots and hot springs have formed over millennia. Nearby, you’ll find Kleifarvatn, the third largest lake in southern Iceland. Next, you can visit the Blue Lagoon, a geothermal spa surrounded by interesting lava formations – an especially unique experience in the winter (pre-booking needed).
Then you will head to the city to enjoy the late afternoon before relaxing at your accommodation for your last night in Iceland.
Spend the night in Reykjavik.
Average Driving Distance: 367 km / 228 mi.
Average Travel & Exploring Duration: 9-10 hours