Conquer the Snaefellsnes Peninsula
The Snaefellsnes peninsula has some of the most diverse landscapes in Iceland, including its glacier, Snaefellsjökull. It is often called Iceland in miniature, as you can experience all the best of Iceland within this 90-kilometer-long peninsula.
Unveil the Icelandic Highlands
The Icelandic Highlands are remote, vast and fascinating land. They are only accessible via F-roads during the summer. This unique place offers some of the most remote and untouched landscapes in Iceland. You will need a sturdy 4x4 vehicle.
Head to the North
Northern Iceland is less crowded than the south. Visit Akureyri, Iceland’s second-largest city, and drive around the scenic Tröllaskagi Peninsula.
Explore the Westfjords
Embark on an adventure in the Westfjords, celebrated for its awe-inspiring fjords and untouched wilderness.