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Approximately 4 Hours
Meals not included
Leaving Reykjavík, a panoramic drive takes you to the volcanic Reykjanes Peninsula, where you will find several dormant volcanoes and extensive lava fields.
You'll drive through the fishing town of Hafnarfjördur on your way to beautiful Kleifarvatn Lake. After a brief stop here, continue to the peninsula's southern shore to see the amazing Krýsuvík moonscape of bubbling sulfuric mud pools and steam vents whose geothermal activity originates deep in the earth.
Drive through the lively little fishing village of Grindavík, with its many fishing boats.
Before you return to Reykjavík, you will visit the Viking World Museum, home to the fantastic full-scale replica of the Gokstad Viking longship discovered in Norway in 1882. A relaxing drive through the mossy lava fields leads back to Reykjavík, where your coach will drop you off at the pier.
All walking is optional, and most sights can be viewed through the motorcoach windows. There are some inclines to negotiate and rough grass/mud/gravel paths, and uneven wooden steps. Suitable for guests with mobility limitations with a companion to assist. It is essential that you wear warm, layered clothing to fully enjoy and participate in this excursion; outer layer should be waterproof and windproof. Bring gloves, a warm hat and a scarf. Wear sturdy, non-skid walking shoes. Parents traveling with children under the age of 3 must rent a child's car seat from the tour operator; please see the Shore Excursions team on board. You cannot use your child's car seat from home in Iceland.