Your day will start with a pick-up in Reykjavik. As you approach your first attraction, on your way, you'll get to admire the countryside, the farmlands, architecture, and natural scenery. On this trip, you'll have plenty of time to appreciate Iceland's beauty and gain more profound knowledge about living here instead of just hopping from one attraction to another.
During your trip, you'll go to Kerid volcanic crater. This 3000-year-old caldera with a blue-water lake in the middle is sometimes called "an eye of the world." Many visitors love this place because of how picturesque it is.
After, you'll visit Fridheimar Greenhouse farm, which implements horticultural engineering using the country's geothermal energy and hot water. Here, you'll also have a chance to taste some fresh and delicious farm treats.
Once you're familiar with Icelandic agriculture, you'll continue your way and stop at Gullfoss waterfall, located on river Hvita. One hundred forty cubic meters of water continuously fall, creating a magnificent view. For this reason, Gullfoss is considered one of Iceland's largest and most beautiful waterfalls.
On your way back to the capital, you'll continue on a different path that will allow you to admire the beautiful mountain scenery. Your last stop, a cherry on top, is Thingvellir National Park. Its praised for its historical and natural significance as it was where the first Icelandic parliament was held back in 930 AD. Those who enjoy geography will be surprised that Thingvellir is the only place in the world where you can stand between two (North American and Eurasian) continental plates. The park is also on the list of UNESCO World Heritage since 2004. After this attraction, you'll be returning to Reykjavik.