Extended Program 2015

Make the most out of your stay and come to Iceland before and/or stay longer. Pink Iceland offers great gay day tours and group dinners the days before and after the official Rainbow Reykjavik Program. 

JAN 27

 

BEFORE RAINBOW REYKJAVÍK

 

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JAN 28

& FEB 2

 

BEFORE

RAINBOW REYKJAVÍK

 

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SNÆFELLSNES PENINSULA SAFARI 

​This wonderful day tour introduces you to the wonders of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula - one of the most picturesque places in Iceland and the inspiration for Jules Verne's Journey to the Center of the Earth. The trip takes you around the whole peninsula with plenty of exciting nature stops where you will experience, amongst other things, a beautiful black pebble beach, stunning cliffs, amazing birdlife, important historical sites, lava fields, and much more. We'll stroll around the beautiful Stykkishólmur village and have a light lunch. We continue on to the village of Grundarfjördur to see the beautiful mountain of Kirkjufell. We then drive on to the National Park of Snæfellsnesjökull Glacier where we explore the wonders of the peninsula and see the coast line and lave fields around. We see the beautiful cliffs, Lóndrangar and the beach of Djúpalónsandur. We drive to Hellnar village where we explore the coast line and it‘s beauty. You'll have the option to have a light dinner there, or a glass of wine, or both. On our way to Reykjavik we stop by a beautiful white sandy beach and try to spot seals or bird life in this beautiful part of Iceland.

 

Price: 39.000 ISK per person // $345

Duration: 9-10 hours

Pick up: 9AM from your accommodation in Reykjavík
​You bring: Please dress according to the weather, good shoes, camera
Included: Guided tour of Snæfellsnes, visit to the Shark museum, Pink Iceland goody bag, pick up & drop off at your accommodation in Reykjavík.

WEST ICELAND SAFARI

After picking you up from your accommodation we head towards Hvalförður (Whale Bay) where we'll see the ruins of the fjord's whaling facilities as well as learn about the british occupation of Iceland during WW2. Next we drive over the Skarðsheiði heath to Deildartunguhver - the highest flow hotspring in Europe, pumping out  hot water at the rate of 180 liters pr. second. Next up is a stop at Reykholt to where Snorri Sturluson lived. Sturluson wrote the Edda poems, one of the foundations of Norse Mythology and an invaluable source of knowledge of life in viking times.

 

Next up is a visit to the Hraunfossar, a series of waterfalls formed by rivulets streaming over a distance of about 900 metres out of the Hallmundarhraun lava field. A short walk upstream you'll find the beautiful and well known Barnafoss (Children's Waterfall) and learn about the harrowing story of how it got its name. We carry on to Húsafell and the Langjökull glacier where you'll have the option of going snowmobiling or glacier hiking. After the excitement of the glacier we'll visit Háafell a local goat farm dedicated to the cause of maintaining the icelandic goat species. We'll taste the farmer's produce and pet some pretty goats. Next stop is Borgarnes where we finish our trip at a local museum about the Icelandic Sagas. From Borgarnes we take the Whale Bay Tunnel back to Reykjavik and drop you off at your accommodation.

 

Price:  33.000 ISK // 285 USD // 210 € pr. person.

Duration: 9-10 hours

Pick up: 8:30 - 9:00AM from your accommodation 
​​You bring: Please dress according to the weather, good shoes, camera, ​

Included: Guided tour, visit to a Goat farm, Pink Iceland goodie bag, pick up & drop off at your accommodation in Reykjavík, Tunnel toll.

Please note: Due to weather and/or road conditions we might need to change the itinerary

 

FEB 1

 

AFTER

RAINBOW REYKJAVÍK

 

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PINK TEAM

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. 
 

E-mail: pinkiceland@pinkiceland.is
Tel.: +354 5621919

Skype: pinkiceland​

SOUTH SHORE SAFARI

This tour includes some of the most breathtaking natural sites in Iceland along it's Southern Shores. 

 

We will visit the amazing Skógarfoss waterfall who is among the most photographed waterfalls in the world, for good reason.

 

We will enjoy lunch in faboulous surroundings at the Icelandair Hotel in Vík before stopping at Reynisfjara and her amazing basalt columns and checking out the breathtaking views from Dyrhólaey - a popular destination to film major Hollywood films like Noah, starring Russel Crowe and Emily Watson.

 

Next up is a short stop at the edge of the Solheimajokull glacier and walk behind one of Iceland's most beautiful waterfall, Seljalandsfoss.

 

The journey offers great views of the Atlantic Ocean and on a clear day you can see all the way to the Westman Islands, Iceland's southernmost tip.

 

Price: 35.500 ISK per person // $315

Duration: 9-10 hours

Pick up: 9AM from your accommodation in Reykjavík
You bring: Please dress according to the weather, good shoes, camera
Included: Guided tour of Snæfellsnes, visit to the Shark museum, Pink Iceland goody bag, pick up & drop off at your accommodation in Reykjavík.