Moon-like landscape and the Blue Lagoon
Reykjanes peninsula is filled with energy and excitement most joyfully witnessed from a birds-eye view. It boosts endless lava, craters, geysers, bubbling mud pots, small fishing villages, power plants and the exotic Blue Lagoon. We’ll fly along Krísuvíkurbjarg, a dramatic coastline with rough cliffs formed by the aggressive waves of the Atlantic ocean, and towards Iceland’s oldest lighthouse, Reykjanesviti, where we’ll make a stop. On the way back it is optional to be dropped of at the Blue Lagoon, which will appear to us like a gem in the surrounding grey lava, from there are constant bus rides and taxis back to Reykjavik.
with one stop possible drop off at the Blue Lagoon
Capacity per helicopter is 5 to 6 passengers
Personal guiding in English and Scandinavian.
Complementary transport service to and from departure point.