If you’re seeking a thrilling and unforgettable adventure in Iceland far from the crowds but still close to the capital, a West Coast tour is a must-try. These tours offer a breathtaking journey through Iceland’s picturesque landscapes shaped by the volcanic activity.
Explore the breathtaking Viðgelmir lava cave, soak in the view of stunning Kirkjufell mountain, watch seals in their natural habitat, or simply relax in the unique and luxurious Húsafell Canyon Baths
See all of Iceland’s greatest natural treasures, visiting spectacular sights around the “Land of Fire and Ice” on this unforgettable 10-day Grand Tour package!
See Iceland’s spectacular natural marvels during this 4-Day Package of the Golden Circle, the South Coast, Silver Circle, and Snæfellsnes
Discover the marvels of the famous Golden Circle, the Snæfellsnes peninsula, and West Iceland, and relax in two of Iceland’s glorious geothermal spas
Discover the unique delights of the Silver Circle in West Iceland and explore spectacular sights in the wild Westfjords, home of the Arctic Fox and puffins!
Fantastic combination of gigantic glaciers, photogenic mountains, plunging waterfalls, black sand beaches, and a snow-capped strato-volcano
Marvelous waterfalls, dramatic lava fields, spectacular lava cave, boiling hot springs, and medieval Icelandic heritage are all awaiting you
Explore the home of the Icelandic Sagas, see stunning waterfalls and relax in the soothing waters of the Canyon Baths surrounded by nature
Discover the magic of the West, visit fabulous waterfalls and hot springs and see stalactites and stalagmites in a spectacular lava cave
Discover the magic of the Snaefellsnes peninsula, explore Saga history in West Iceland and unwind in the warming waters of the Canyon Baths
Enjoy the greatest sights in Iceland in our thrilling 4-day package tour of the Viking heartlands of West Iceland and the sensational South Coast
Discover the true magic of Iceland by visiting the three main national parks of the country, go on ice and lava caving and search for Northern Lights
Visit the three main national parks of Iceland, go on a glacier hike, lava caving and take a boat ride on the ice strewn Glacier Lagoon
Enjoy an unforgettable day in the Snaefellsnes National Park, a magical mix of all the best that Iceland has to offer
Vesturland, otherwise known as the West Region of Iceland, is a stunning and diverse landscape that boasts a range of unique geographical features and cultural attractions. From the majestic Snæfellsjökull glacier to the hidden waterfalls of Hraunfossar, Vesturland is a must-see destination for nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike.
It is also home to Borgarnes and Reykholt – two charming towns. Borgarnes, the commercial center of the region, is situated on the shore of Borgarfjörður fjord. The town boasts a range of attractions, including the Hliðartúnhúsið Turf House, Settlement Center or local swimming pool powered by geothermal waters just to name a few.
Reykholt, on the other hand, is a small village that is known for its hot springs and literary history. The town was once home to the legendary writer, Snorri Sturluson, who wrote many of Iceland’s most famous sagas. Visitors can explore the Snorralaug hot spring, which is believed to have been used by Snorri himself.
Arnarstapi is a picturesque fishing village located in the Snæfellsnes Peninsula of Vesturland, Iceland. It is surrounded by stunning cliffs, beautiful beaches, and dramatic rock formations unlike any others to be found in Iceland.
The coastline here is a dramatic combination of colors, with black lava rocks and deep green and bright yellow mosses clinging to them, all set against the brilliant blues of the sea and sky.
Take a stroll along the cliffs to take stunning pictures, with our guides to help point the way to the best images, including the marvelous sea arch of Gatklettur, the “Rock with a Hole”.
On the West Coast you will find several stunning beaches that offer breathtaking views and a peaceful atmosphere.
Ytri-Tunga beach is a popular destination for nature lovers and photographers due to its beautiful black sand and abundant wildlife, particularly the seals that can often be seen lounging on the shore.
Djúpalónssandur Black Sand Beach is another must-visit destination, known for its unique rock formations and stunning views of the rough ocean. There you can test your strenght like a local fisherman – just try to pick up one of the “lifting stones”
In West Iceland you will find coutless bubling hot springs. Deildartunguhver is the largest hot spring in Iceland, with an output of around 180 liters per second of boiling water. The steam rising from the ground is an impressive sight to behold. If you book one of the multi-day tours including stay in Borgarnes, you will sleep in a room heated by it and shower in its waters. You can also go for an evening visit in the swimming pool and relax like a local.
Another site surrounded by steaming vents is Reykholt – a place where you will see some of the oldest examples of swimming pools used in middle-ages.
The lava fields in Iceland are incredibly diverse, with different textures, colors, and shapes that make them a photographer’s dream. The black, jagged rock formations contrast with the green moss that grows on them, creating a striking contrast that is simply breathtaking.
Our expert guides will lead you to the best viewing points, providing you with insight and information about the geology and history of the area. You’ll learn about the different types of volcanic eruptions, how they shape the landscape, and the effects they have on Iceland’s environment and culture.
West Iceland is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. One of the most prominent species that call this place home is the seal. You can spot them basking on the rocky shores, playing in the water, or even swimming alongside boats. The seals are known for their playful nature and are a joy to watch.
You will also find nesting ground for a variety of bird species, including the puffin (May-Aug), guillemot, and arctic tern. One of the best opportunity to watch them is we come to the towering Londrangar Cliffs – jagged 70-meter-high cliffs located on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
Surrounded by stunning landscapes, including glaciers, waterfalls, and lava fields, Húsafell is the most popular travel destination among locals. There are many attractions in and around Húsafell, but two of the most popular are the lava caving at Viðgelmir and the 4WD ride to Húsafell Canyon Baths.
Viðgelmir is the largest lava cave in Iceland and is located just 15 minutes away from Húsafell. The cave was formed over 1,100 years ago. as is filled with lava stalactites. If you decide to visit Canyon Baths you will not only relax in soothing waters, but also enjoy mountain ride covering two canyons and Langifoss Waterfall.
Golden Circle Route is definitely the most popular attraction in Iceland and there is a reason for it
Take one of our adventure tours that end up in thermal SPA to experience Iceland to the fullest!
Discover wonders awaiting you to put your feet on the glacier
Explore volcanic craters or go inside lava cave featuring amazing colors and lava formations
Let us take you around Iceland via Route #1 to all the best-known wonders and some hidden pearls
West Iceland is a breathtaking destination that is home to some of Iceland’s most natural wonders. From towering waterfalls to stunning fjords and glaciers, the region is a must-visit for nature lovers. If you are one of them do no hesitate and secure your seats on your next adventure!
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