✓ Car / minibus
✓ Driver / guide
✓ Waterfall and rivers
✓ Ghostlike Djúpavík
✓ Remote Swimming Pool
✓ Little extra touch depending
on time and mood
Explore the wonders of the Westfjords in a comfortable car or a minibus
1-4 pax – ISK 125.000
5-7 pax – ISK 140.000
8-18 pax – ISK 165.000
Rates are based per vehicl
安靜而又与世隔離以及壯麗的風景使“斯特蘭迪爾”地區成為本國最吸引人的地方之一。 在這裡您可以聽到大自然的真實聲音。 只有您，鳥兒，洶湧的大海與許多瀑布和河流的柔和聲音相交融
We start early and drive from Reykjavik to the small town of Hólmavík which is the largest settlement in Strandir and serves as a centre of commerce for the county. Here you also find the museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft.
From Hólmavík we drive along the coastline of Steingrímsfjörður where we frequently see the majestic Humpback Whales at play in the fjord.
Some 70 kilometres from Hólmavík we arrive to the magical, ghostlike village of Djúpavík. Hundreds of people lived here in the golden “herring” age. The abandoned factory along with the rusted remains of Ms. Suðurland bring you back in time and give you an idea of how remote this place truly is.
Just north of Djúpavík we will dip our toes in what can arguably be named as one of the most remote man made swimming pools in the world, Krossneslaug. Here you can relax in the comfortably warm pool while watching the roaring waves of the North Atlantic. A truly sensational experience.
Pick up /drop off:
Start time 9 AM at your hotel or designated bus stop / flexible time at request
Friend in Iceland office is located at Geirsgata 7a, 101 Reykjavik
Bus/car ride, driver guide.
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