This western part of Iceland is often called "Iceland in miniature". Our tour offers all the different types of landscapes one can find in Iceland: Waterfalls, volcanic craters, impressive glacier, lava fields, lakes, and more ...
This tour includes all the highlights of the peninsula of Snæfellsnes, taking you on an amazingly beautiful journey through volcanic history and Icelandic sagas.
One would think that coming to Iceland in the winter or in the summer requires bringing completely different outfits.
This is both true and untrue. Let's say that it is very unlikely to be warm in winter and unlikely to be very cold in summer.
This said: Always, always be ready for rain and wind. The weather is highly unpredictable in Iceland and is famous for turning from an one extreme to another in an instant.
What does it mean?
It means that no matter how many layers you are wearing in regards to the temperature, you should always have a windproof/rainproof jacket and pair of pants, either on you or at least with you in your backpack.