Reykjanes Peninsula

Grindavik, Iceland

Reykjanes Peninsula

Grindavik, Iceland

Explore the still-cooling lava from recent eruptions with the potential to catch the next lava flow.

The Reykjanes Peninsula in Southern Iceland is experiencing a period of volcanic unrest, with eruptions that have occurred each of the last three years. The latest eruption has ended, but it could erupt again any day. Fly over fresh lava and view volcanic craters. See steam rising from the vents in the ground and the nearby geothermal power plant, and catch incredible views of waves crashing along the shore and the snow-capped mountains in the distance.

Things to know

Geologists say another eruption is likely, but predicting exactly when or where it will occur is impossible. Until the next eruption happens, there is still plenty to see on your private drone flight over this active volcanic region. Our mobile guide will position the drone at the best viewing location on the day of your scheduled flight.



Lava Fields

Steam vents



Birkilauf is a boutique nature lodge and guest house situated in the heart of Lake Mývatn’s Laxárhraun lava-field. Family owned and built from local materials, Birkilauf offers accommodation in this quiet and peaceful area.

Meet your guide

Johann Thor Stefansson

Johann has been tinkering with remotely piloted vehicles since his youth, so flying drones is second nature. As a native Icelander and lodge owner, he has vast knowledge of the area and its culture, geology, and history. You’re sure to have an educational and entertaining experience with Johann as your guide.

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