Reykjavik Excursions
Reykjavik Excursions (RE) is a well-established but progressive company in Icelandic tourism.  The head office is located in Kópavogur. In addition, Reykjavik Excursions operates sales offices at BSÍ Bus Terminal in Reykjavík and a sales office at Keflavík Airport.
● RE was founded in 1968 and has since been a leading organiser in tourism in Iceland.
● RE is a fully licensed tour operator and travel agent.
● RE operates one of the biggest bus fleets in Iceland, making the company one of the largest organisers of tours, both for individuals and groups.
● RE has, for over four decades, revealed the wonders of Iceland for travellers in an exciting, interesting and relaxing way.
● All guides working at Reykjavik Excursions, both full time employees and freelance guides, are professional guides and many of them hold a university degree in languages and/or other fields of study connected with tourism.
● All RE drivers are highly qualified with years of experience.
● RE have its own maintenance crew, who ensure the upkeep of the coaches and safety of the passengers.
● Reykjavik Excursions uses biodiesel as fuel for the coaches and is currently working on its environmental policy.

Flybus
For more than 30 years, Reykjavik Excursions has successfully operated the Flybus transfer service. The Flybus is a scheduled service between the capital, Reykjavík, and the international airport in Keflavík, connecting with every arriving and departing flight, day and night, all year round.
Additionally, the company offers the Flybus+ service, which includes a pick up at certain times and drop off at selected hotels and guesthouses in Reykjavík.
 
All year round, Reykjavik Excursions operates a wide variety of day tours from Reykjavík guided by professional guides in English, French, German and Scandinavian languages.
Enjoy your holiday in Iceland and let Reykjavik Excursions take you there!

The Ever-Popular Reykjavik Excursions Day Tours
Why not join us and see for yourself the magic of Snæfellsnes with Reykjavik Excursion's ‘The Wonders of Snæfellsnes’ tour? Often referred to as ‘Iceland in Miniature’, other-worldly Snæfellsnes Peninsula was a favorite spot of the famous Icelandic author, Halldór Laxness.
The tour heads out early from Reykjavik, travelling north across the peaceful Hvalfjördur fjord. First stop is at Ytri-Tunga where seals are often seen sunning themselves on the rocks. You will travel around the coastline with its golden yellow beaches and impressive views of strange twisted rock formations, especially at Arnastapi, which is home to many species of birds that summer there, including artic terns, kittywakes, puffins and even the colourful harlequin duck.
Next stop is Buðir, where you will visit the well-preserved church, Búðakirkja and explore the entrance to a lava cave or lava tube, giving you a glimpse into the setting of Jules Verne’s, ‘A Journey to the Centre of the Earth’ - which begins in Snæfellsnes.

Heading north along the western coast of the peninsula, you will see weird and wonderful rock formations, ancient lava plugs, remains of an 1948 trawler that ran aground there as well as volcanic craters scattered throughout the area. All the while, Snæfellsnes Glacier provides the towering backdrop to this fascinating tour of one of Iceland’s little-visited regions. If time is of the essence, then this day tour is the perfect way to see Iceland in a nut shell.

Enjoy your holiday in Iceland and let Reykjavik Excursions take you there!

Reykjavík Excursions
BSI Bus Terminal • 101 Reykjavík
+354 580 5400
main@re.is
www.re.is

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