Board your motorcoach for theBoard a motorcoach for the quaint fishing village of Bakkagerdi. Heading into the remote landscape, you'll traverse Fjardarheidi Pass and follow the shores of Lake Lagarfljot, home to a mysterious sea creature. You'll then take a photo stop at Njardvikurskridur, believed to be inhabited by a terrible monster; today, a cross marks the spot where a local farmer defeated the beast in 1306. Upon arriving in Bakkagerdi, you'll disembark for a typical Icelandic lunch. Above Bakkagerdi sits Alfaborg, a rocky hill, home of the fairy queen of Iceland. Nearby is Bakkagerdiskirkja, an enchanting 110-year-old church. The inside altarpiece depicts Christ giving the Sermon on the Mount standing atop Alfaborg. Before returning to your ship, you'll stop at Hafnarholmi, a must-see for bird enthusiasts. A staircase that leads to the top of town offers breathtaking views.
This excursion is a scenic drive. Guests must navigate a small number of steps when entering buildings and to get to viewing platforms. Wear comfortable, appropriate shoes for the terrain, along with the appropriate clothing suited to the day's conditions. Bring a hat and a light, waterproof jacket.