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.