What to do and see in Reykjanesbaer, Reykjanes Peninsula: The Best Things to do Good for Couples

May 22, 2022 Phylicia Berquist

Discover the best top things to do in Reykjanesbaer, Iceland including Viking Guide private tours, Anglers.is, Reykjanes Tours, Deluxe Iceland, Camping Cars Car Rental, Whale Iceland, Travice, Viking World.

1. Viking Guide private tours

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Viking Guide private tours

Viking Guide is a travel agent and guide service company. Our office is located next to the Keflavik International airport. Viking Guide offer many different tours and activities. Efficient and personal service for your vacation is confirmed with Viking Guide. We handle everything regarding your visit to Iceland.

2. Anglers.is

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Anglers.is

Anglers.is is a authorized tour and travel agency that specialize mainly in guided fresh water fishing tours in Iceland. We offer professional, personal service, aims to give you a great fishing experience in Iceland, for Brown Trout, Char, Salmon or Sea Trout. We offer also sightseeing tours in south Iceland, focusing on Golden circle and Reykjanes Peninsula. Anglers.is is also one of the biggest seller of fishing permit in Iceland.

3. Reykjanes Tours

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Reykjanes Tours

Reykjanes Tours is a family-run tour company that provides guided tours all around the SouthWest corner of Iceland in small groups and private tours. Our goal is to have fun while providing educational tours. We have years of experience guiding people around Iceland and have over 100+ great reviews to proof that we care about your experience. We offer two kind of tours, small group tours sold per person and private tours. The small group tours are sold per person and are only 2-8 people on each tour. The private tours are for those who want to experience Iceland privately and have the guide all to themself. Here you can see all our tours. We also assist in planning your journey to Iceland. Hotel bookings and booking tours with other companies or even just transportation. Feel free to contact us before coming to Iceland and we will do the planning for you. You can contact us via email, phone, facebook or whatsapp. We look forward to hear from you! Best Regards, Bjarni

4. Deluxe Iceland

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Deluxe Iceland

We are an authorised luxury travel agency and tour operator based in Iceland. We specialize in creating tailor-made private tours to Iceland that fits our client’s precise requirements, style of accommodation, pace of travel, activities and travel style making sure that their experience in Iceland is nothing less than first class. All our tours are private and operated by our team of local guides that are passionate about showing you our country’s unforgettable natural beauty and adventures. Let us take care of you from the moment you arrive until you depart!

5. Camping Cars Car Rental

Keflavik, Reykjanesbaer Iceland +354 422 7770 [email protected] http://www.campingcars.is/
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Camping Cars Car Rental

Reviewed By kaitlyno628

This is the only way to travel around Iceland-- Especially if you want to get off the ring road and explore some off road attractions. The tent was super easy to use and stayed warm and dry in rain and heavy wind. We saw a lot of different camping cars but the vans would not have been able to go where we took our Camping Car. No issues whatsoever. Would definitely use them in the future. Staff super helpful and knowledgeable and took us to and from the airport super fast. Get the extras! We used them and it was worth it. Great quality!!

6. Whale Iceland

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Whale Iceland

Enjoy the Bird watching. On our sailing to the whales we follow the coastline so you can enjoy the rich bird life in the lava cliffs. Frequently seen in whale watching are guillemots, arctic skua, gannets, and other species. ​ The waters off the Reykjanes peninsula coast are an important habitat for these marine mammals, mainly as seasonal feeding ground. In the winter we also go hunting for the Northern lights! Enjoy this extremely magical moment as we go for a drive at the Reykjanes Peninsula to hunt! -when we catch them, we have a professional camera to capture the moment. Once a week we upload them to our Facebook page for you to show off.

7. Travice

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Travice

Travice will promote and combine all the best that Reykjanes peninsula has to offer, breathtaking landscape, diverse activities and a taste of the rich culture. Travice intends to be the expert when it comes to the Reykjanes Peninsula.

8. Viking World

Vikingabraut 1, Keflavik, Reykjanesbaer 260 Iceland +354 422 2000 [email protected] http://www.vikingworld.is
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Viking World

Viking World is the home of the Viking Ship Íslendingur (the Icelander). Built in 1996, Icelander is an exact replica of the famous Gokstad ship, a remarkable archaeological find of an almost completely intact Viking ship, excavated in Norway in 1882. Viking World is also a home of the Viking millennium exhibition produced by the Smithsonian Institution called Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga. This exhibition sheds light onto the Norse settlement and explorations of unknown lands. These two fine projects, both celebrate Iceland's central role in the discovery of North America a 1000 years ago by the Norse Vikings. They have now found a permanent home in Viking World, a spectacular modern building situated right by the Faxafloi bay in the town of Reykjanes, and can be easily spotted from the main road between the international airport and Reykjavík.

Reviewed By Solsteinn - Seattle, United States

I love Vikings and their history. They were intrepid geniuses, who invented numerous ways to navigate the seas. They were also what the Icelanders call, “sjalfstætt folk,” their word for independent people, that literally means “people who stand on their own feet.” The first settlers to Iceland were people who refused to be subject to a king and founded a republic, including the world’s first parliament, with a law system of unrivaled sophistication. Quite the accomplishment when you demand to be independent. In that spirit, at the 1000th anniversary of Leif Erikson’s voyage to the Americas, a very independent ship builder, and descendent of Leif Eriksson, Captain Eggertsson of the Westman Islands, decided to build by hand, a replica of a Viking ship and sail it to the places Leif was known to have visited. This glorious museum houses this ship, along with excellent and accurate descriptions of Viking life and history, plus the background of what motivated Leif’s journeys. Plus, it’s right near Keflavik International Airport, so you can make a stop at the beginning or end of your trip to Iceland. Best part ever!!! - you can walk around on the ship. It’s placed so that you feel as if you are sailing out to sea. Utterly brilliant. And afterwards, you can sit under it in the coffee garden, and marvel at what independent people will do when they yearn to see what is just there, beyond the horizon...

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