Embark on a journey that encapsulates summer and winter within a single hour as you brace yourself against the unpredictable whims of Iceland's weather. Prepare for a sensory experience like no other.
Black Sand Beach
From Reykjavik to Vik: 200km (2.5-hour drive)
Journey to the Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon, a geological wonder forged over 10,000 years ago as the last ice age drew to a close. Marvel at the ancient bedrock that dates back two million years.
Experience a scenic drive along Iceland's southeastern coastline, known as the East Fjords. Traverse narrow, winding roads that snake over rocky peaks, offering unparalleled views. Cap off the day with a rejuvenating dip in the Mývatn Nature Baths' outdoor hot springs.
Mývatn Nature Baths
From Hofn to Myvatn: 360km (5-hour drive)
Explore the iconic Kirkjufell, Iceland's most photographed mountain, nestled within the town of Grundarfjörður.
From Hvammstangi to Snæfellsjökull: 250km (3-hour drive)
Experience the natural wonders of Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Þingvellir is situated within the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a tectonic boundary where the North American and Eurasian plates slowly move apart.
Embark on a memorable hike, traversing caves and rivers to reach Glymur, Iceland's second-tallest waterfall.
From Þingvellir to Glymur: 57km (1-hour drive)