You need to study the agenda and decide on which of the optional items you want to do.
Departure from hotel
Departure from hotel and head for the route
Þrihnukagígur Lava Cave (Optional)
Þríhnúkagígur is a dormant volcano in the volcanic system of Brennisteinsfjöll near Reykjavík, Iceland. Covering a 3,270 square metres area and a depth of 213 meters, it has not erupted in the past 4000 years. It was discovered in 1974 by cave explorer Árni B Stefánsson, and opened for tourism in 2012
Raufarhólshellir Lava Cave (Optional)
Raufarhólshellir is the fourth-longest lava tube in Iceland, at 1,360 metres (4,460 ft) long, with a typical height of at least 10 metres (33 ft) and width up to 30 metres (98 ft). The cave has multiple skylights, or holes in the ceiling, under which snow accumulates. Iceland Route 39 crosses over the cave at a point where it is about 15 meters in diameter. The cave hosts microbial mats containing a variety of microorganisms, including actinomycetota and acidobacteriota.
The land containing the cave is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and rented to a company that operates the guided tours.
ATVs on black beach from Þorlákshöfn (optional)
ATV rental on the S-Coast located in the town of Þorlakshofn
Geothermal area at Seltun / Krysuvik
This interesting geothermal area has got two names; it is either called Seltúnshverir (the hot springs at Seltún) or Krýsuvíkurhverir (the hot springs at Krýsuvík). The hot springs and mud pools are right by the road, making this geothermal area very easily accessible
Geldingadalir (recent Volcanic eruption)
2021 Volcanic eruption site. Hiking and exploring the eruption site and the new lava
Town on the s-coast
Reykjanesviti - Light house on the cliffs
Reykjanesviti is Iceland's oldest lighthouse. It serves as a landfall light for Reykjavík and Keflavík
Gunnuhver is the name of an impressive and colourful geothermal field of various mud pools and fumaroles in the southwest part of the Reykjanes Peninsula. It is tied to a fascinating legend of the region. Visit this region on a self drive tour in Iceland.
Bridge Between the Continents
The Bridge between two continents at Sandvík is a small footbridge over a major fissure which provides clear evidence of the presence of a diverging plate margin. The bridge was built as a symbol for the connection between Europe and North America.
Viking World Exhibition
Viking ship and viking artifacts. Café and a shop
A great way of ending the day. Soak yourself in the Blue Lagoon and potentially have dinner at either Moss or Lava restaurant
Back to Reykjavik
Distance to Reykjavik is about 40km