[Day 2] Reykjanes Tour
[Day 4] Return to Newark International Airport
Golden Circle: At one point in history, Iceland was under the rule of the Danish King. The king had an itinerary to visit each of the places in the Golden Circle so Iceland built roads for him to drive. However, he decided to ride the Icelandic horse around while the people were paying for the road.
Reykjanes: Although the Southern Peninsula is less popular to tourists, it has great natural beauty. Geysers and thermal pools are similar to those found in Yellowstone. It also features churches, lighthouses, the major tectonic plates, and more. The airport and Blue Lagoon are located very close to here.
Reykjavik: This is the capital of Iceland, with 2/3 of the population of the country living here in this small city, one of the smallest capital cities in the world. It is very tourist friendly and everyone speaks English. Employment is 100% especially in the service sector. Everything is within walking distance
Blue Lagoon: This tourist trap is a regular spa at high prices. The water is blue and supposedly heated by geothermal energy. Located close to the airport, visitors can tour the site on the way to the city or the airport.