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Reykjavik - Pink Snaefellsnes Peninsula
The landscape of the Snaefellsnes peninsula, with its contrasts and diversity, is something you'll want to experience. We'll drive through the quaint fishing villages of the northern shore where you'll see one of Iceland’s most picturesque mountains, Kirkjufell and Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall. We'll then enter the Snaefellsjokull National Park, named after the Snaefellsjokull stratovolcano which towers over the area. The 700,000 year old volcano, now covered by a glacier bearing the same name, is where Jules Verne found the entrance to the center of the earth. Maybe your journey will be just as eventful...
The park is covered by the fields of lava that have flowed down the slopes of the volcano creating a truly unique landscape of moss covered lava fields, black pebble beaches, towering coastline cliffs and other wonders.
Said to be one of the seven great energy centres of the earth, the glacier has been attributed various mysterious powers.
Reykjavik - Pink Northern Lights Hunt w. Dinner
We honestly believe this is the best Northern Lights Hunt available from Reykjavik! When the tour leaves from Reykjavik we start the tour at the amazing Northern Lights museum where you'll learn all about the Aurora and get some great tips about how to photograph them. We will visit a great restaurant close to the Aurora action. This tour is all about flexibility and fun, Mother Nature is our boss and we follow her lead. This tour is well stocked of snacks and drinks.
Together we will embark on an adventure to the southern or western part of the country where we will try to track down the Aurora Borealis (The Northern Lights). This tour takes you to some of the most beautiful places in Iceland, seldom seen in the dark by those who visit the country.
Your guide will do their best to make sure you find the Northern Lights. If however our hunt is unsuccessful, we promise that by the end of the night you will still have had a great time, in great company and will have eaten some great food. We also offer a 2nd chance Northern Lights hunt (excluding extras) on subsequent nights.
Reykjavik - Pink West Iceland Safari
Glacier carved landscape and ancient curvy rivers, Iceland;s largest lava cave and the worlds' most powerful hot spring - These are just few of our favorite things on Pink Iceland West Safari. On our journey West we will drive through the tranquil Whale fjord "bay" - which is rarely visited these days. The name gift of Whale fjord bay is uncertain but most believe the name derives from an old legend of Raudhofdl the infamous Red Headed Whale whose Reign of terror ended with his heart exploding on top of Whale Mountain. But like so many of our folktales it all started with a furious elf.
In this tour you choose between visiting the underworld of Vidgelmir cave or the newly built Krauma geothermal baths.
Vidgelmir Cave: The stunning beauty of Vidgelmir lava cave lies in the amazing colors and rock formations that used to hide in the dark. But not any more! This impressive cave can now be enjoyed with all that it has to offer.
Krauma Geothermal baths: Krauma offers five relaxing natural geothermal baths, a cold tub to get your blood circulation going, two calming saunas and a relaxation room where you can rest by the fireplace while listening to soothing music. In this tour you choose between visiting the underworld of Vidgelmir cave or the newly built Krauma geothermal baths.
Reykjavik - Pink Reykjanes and Blue Lagoon
A 1.5 hour Reykjanes Geothermal Tour + premium entry to the Blue Lagoon.
This tour focuses on the geothermal and geological wonders of the Reykjanes Peninsula taking you to the Bridge Between Continents, Gunnuhver and The Blue Lagoon. Available from both Reykjavik and Keflavik.
Reykjavik - Pink Golden Circle Day Tour
Your Golden Circle journey will begin or end by treading in the footsteps of the Vikings at Thingvellir National park. You'll walk through the gorges, that are being torn apart as the tectonic plates rip away from each other and if you listen closely, you just might hear the echos of the vikings deliberating at this UNESCO world heritage site of the first parliament in the world.
The renowned Geysir geothermal area is not to be missed as you'll walk the path through boiling ground, but be on your guard as the geyser Strokkur will erupt when you least expect it. Be careful, this place is hot hot hot!
The majestic waterfall Gullfoss is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world. It was so cherished by the locals in the countryside that the local woman Sigridur Tomasdottir often walked all the way to Reykjavik to try and prevent it from being harnessed for electricity. This was in the early 20th century, before they had built roads in the area.
Reykjavik - Pink South Shore Adventure
The South Shore Safari will take you through the breadbasket of Iceland on your way to the gems of the south.
You'll see the villages and farms of the southern flat lands before we arrive at the mountain ranges.
In clear weather you can see volcanos and glaciers that have erupted 9 times in the last 50 years, the latest of which was the infamous Eyjafjallajokull eruption of 2010 that stranded millions of travelers all around the world.
Reynisfjara beach, with its basalt column cliffs, is a particular favorite of the south. The crashing waves of the open Atlantic break on the black sandy beach of Reynisfjara which is quite picturesque with its mountainous backdrop. Rememeber to be extra careful at this powerful beach as the waves are unpredictable and powerful.
We'll visit the hidden waterfall Gljufrabul, the waterfall you can walk behind Seljalandsfoss and the magnificent Skogafoss. These are amongst the numerous characterful waterfalls that we will see from the road on our drive along the old sea cliffs and if it's very windy you’ll even see a few of them flow upward.
Reykjavik - Reykjavik Pride Package 2019
Aug 07 2019-Aug 21 2019
The Reykjavik Gay Pride has become a festival which not only promotes LGBTQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer & Intersex) visibility but is also a festival where the whole nation comes together in celebrating the fact that in Iceland you can enjoy the freedom of being and living as you are. Six day festival filled with exciting events, lectures, queer cruise, gay walks, a family festival, concerts, gallery openings, parties, big queer dance on Saturday after the parade and of course the Pride parade. LGBTQI Travel specialist Pink Iceland is proud to offer Pink Pride Packages for the 2018 Reykjavik Pride, August 7th through 18th. The Pink Pride Packages are a mix of colourful culture, amazing nature, fantastic music, great food and a lot of fun! Pink Iceland will make sure that you won't miss a thing during this amazing Pride festival.
Reykjavik - Rainbow Reykjavik Winter Pride Festival 2020
Mar 13 2020-Mar 16 2020
Rainbow Reykjavik combines amazing nature, nightlife and northern lights in fantastic international and local company. We offer waterfalls, erupting geysers, tectonic plates, the most popular LGBT party of the season, comedy, singing, exciting activities, world class cuisine and geothermal baths all neatly arranged over 3 glorious days. This small pride festival really is the perfect winter getaway and a great introduction to Iceland. This 8th annual international LGBT winter pride festival takes place from March 7th until the 10th - with extension packages offered both before (6-7 March) and after (10-12 March) the festival