Besides nature tours in Iceland, activity tours are very popular, you can go choose between going on a horseback riding tour, a river rafting tour, a glacier tour or many other tours.
South of Iceland is covered in green farmer fields but also holds some of Iceland’s biggest glaciers and black sandy beaches. The East of Iceland is scarred with fjords and breathtaking mountains. In the North of Iceland you can find the thunderous waterfall Dettifoss and geothermal area around Lake Mývatn. The Westfjords of Iceland are the most remote part of the country, dotted with fishing villages in beautiful fjords and quite a few hot pools. And the West of Iceland holds the picturesque Snæfellsnes peninsula, with Snæfellsjökull glacier crowning it – the entrypoint to the centre of the Earth in Jules Verne’s classic novel. Finally, the Icelandic highlands are home to glaciers, deserts, colourful mountains, hot springs and volcanoes – and the highlands are only accessible in the summertime with a 4WD car. No wonder that it’s very popular to book a self drive tour.