Reykjavik Helicopter Flight: Reykjanes Peninsula and Volcanic Landscapes
"Make your own way to Reykjavik Domestic Airport in time for your morning or afternoon flight and then listen to a quick safety briefing before following your pilot into your helicopter. Take a seat either next to your pilot or in the row of four seats to the rear and then take to the skies over Reykjavik.As the hustle and bustle of the city slips from your view the moon-like landscape of Reykjanes peninsula takes center stage. Jutting out into the sea off Iceland’s southwest coast the dramatic stretch of headland is known for its vast lava fields speckled with geological formations and craters as well as its volcanic black-sand beaches. Gaze down at the geothermal field of Seltún
"Make your own way to Reykjavik Domestic Airport in time for your morning or afternoon flight and then listen to a quick safety briefing before following your pilot into your helicopter. Take a seat next to your pilot or in the row of seats to the rear and then fly up into the skies over Reykjavik.Gaze down at the sights of Reykjavik and watch them slip from your view as you head toward the hotbeds of geothermal activity that lie just east of the city. Spouting hot springs — known as geysers — and learn all about geothermal landscape of Iceland from your pilot. When intense heat from the Earth’s inner core is transferred to the surface by tectonic plate movement geothermal activity or energy is created. The fiery rock and water that typifies subterranean Iceland allows the country to produce an abundance of geothermal activity creating enough energy to supply most Icelandic homes.Besides learning about the power plants and geothermal steam look out for some famous Icelandic landmarks. Soar over the geothermal fields of Seltún with its mud pits and hissing solfataras (volcanic vents).After 50 minutes in the air
Iceland Golden Circle Minibus Full-Day Tour from Reykjavík
"After pickup from your hotel in the morning you will start your tour by visiting Thingvellir the beautiful national park that was accepted on the UNESCO World Heritage list for its cultural values in 2004. It was here that the Alþingi the Icelandic Parliament was founded in the year of 930 and here it continued to convene until the year of 1798. Enjoy the view of the countryside while your tour continues to the magnificent waterfall of Gullfoss. Witness the forces of untouched nature as the water falls dow and is extremely beautiful. The last major stop will be the Geysir area which includes several hot springs as well as the Strokkur geyser which spouts large amounts of water into the air every 10-minutes or so often at heights of 10 to 20 meters above the ground. There will be an extra stop at the Rauðhólar (Redhills) phenomena which are remnants of a cluster of pseudo-craters in the Elliðaárhraun lava fields. The only one other place in the universe th
If you didn't buy a boat trip with the Kulusak package, you can buy it in the souvenir shop for the way back to the airport or Hotel Kulusak, in sunny weather great arrives 300 meter from the hotel, €...
This is one of the best flights I've ever had - taking the Fokker 50 plane from the domestic airport (REF) of Reykjavik and going on a two hour flight to Kulusuk. This is an amazing tour being offered...