The best time for your Snæfellsjökull National Park vacation is in July and August. These two months see the warmest temperatures, the least amount of rain, and the most daylight. It’s perfect for trekking as well.
Almost every foreign visitor on a Snæfellsjökull National Park tour flies into Reykjavík-Keflavík International Airport. From there, it’s about a 3-hour drive in a rental car. Take Highway 1 North to Highway 54 (Snæfellsnesvegur) to the Útnesvegur and turn off on Highway F570. If driving in Iceland sounds too daunting, you may wish to take a guided bus tour to Snæfellsjökull National Park so you can learn about your surroundings as you go. Taxis and public buses are to be avoided as they can get very expensive.
Snæfellsjökull Glacier is an active volcano that is clearly visible from the park. Another highlight of the region is Djúpalónssandur Beach covered by black stones and frozen lava formations. You can also hike up to Vatnshellir Lava Cave.
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