THE HOUR OF POWER TOUR
This tour takes us south from Reykjavík towards Krísuvík where the landscape and colour looks like the moon with untamed hot springs in the area. Then we will fly along coastlines and cliffs constantly battered by the mighty North Atlantic Ocean towards the fishing town of Grindavík. At the west end of the peninsula we will, conditions/weather permitting, land close to the “landmark” lighthouse Reykjanesviti to feel the power where the “hot” land meets the cold ocean. On our way back to Reykjavík we fly over the famous Blue Lagoon and a geothermal power plant right next to it. Journey time about 1 hour.
ABOUT THE HOUR OF POWER TOUR
ISK 77.000 pr person.
A private tour (1-5 pax) is ISK 329.000
Journey time about 1 hour.
English speaking guide available.
Call +354 589 1000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for further info and availability.
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