The Snæfellsnes Peninsula, “the peninsula of the snowy mountain“, juts out from Iceland’s west coast, like a long arm with a clenched fist at its tip, and is in many ways a microcosm of the whole island. A rugged mountain chain runs its length. Visit the Grundarfjörður with its mpressive coastline and mountains, lakes and waterfalls behind the village. Here you will also find one of Iceland´s most photographed mountain, Kirkjufell. Visit Arnarstapi and Hellnar before experiencing the area from below, inside Vatnshellir cave. We take you 35 meters underground and about 200 meters into the lava tube under the glacier Snæfellsjökull! Returning to Borgarnes the guide gives you some tips of how to best photograph the Auroras as part of the Northern Lights Academy program. Once darkness falls, we go out in the hotel garden in search of the Northern Lights and for those who wish to soak in the hotel’s outdoor hot tubs.