This 4 days in Iceland itinerary includes everything you can dream of while visiting this gorgeous place. Iceland is definitely one of the most incredible destinations I’ve ever been to. The landscapes are so unique and otherworldly, it feels like you’re on another planet. As we drove for hours through Iceland, I couldn’t help but think about how amazing it all was.
One of the best experiences I had was visiting the waterfalls on the South coast. The sheer size of them is truly amazing. I also got to explore some of the glaciers in the area, which was absolutely unforgettable.
If you’re planning a trip to Iceland, I highly recommend taking a self-driving tour and checking out these amazing destinations. I’ve put together a 4-day itinerary that covers everything from the waterfalls on the South coast to the infamous Kirkjufell, so you won’t miss a thing. Trust me, it’ll be an experience you’ll never forget!
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Are 4 days in Iceland enough?
If you’re planning a trip to Iceland, you may be wondering how long you should stay. Well, it all depends on how much you want to see and do!
If you only have a weekend, don’t worry – you can still fit in some amazing sights. The Golden Circle is a popular route that takes you to some of the best spots near Reykjavik in just one day.
For those with four days to spare, you can see even more! Spend two days exploring the stunning South Coast and another two in the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in the Northeast. You’ll get to witness some of the most breathtaking waterfalls and natural wonders, but be prepared for a bit of driving back and forth.
If you have a full week or more, then you can truly experience all of Iceland by driving around the entire Ring Road – check out this 10 days in Iceland itinerary. You’ll get to witness the country’s diverse landscapes and natural beauty, including stunning whale watching in Husavik, the picturesque Lake Myvatn, and charming towns along the way.
For the adventure seekers out there, you can extend your trip for more than 10 days and explore some of the F roads for some tougher hikes. Just remember that these roads are only open during the summer months.
No matter how long you stay, Iceland is an incredible destination that you won’t want to miss. So pack your bags, rent a car, and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime!
How expensive is Iceland?
With some careful planning and budgeting, you can make it work without breaking the bank. Here’s a breakdown of our Iceland trip cost (excluding the glacier hike and Northern lights tours, which we booked separately):
- Food – To save money, we mostly bought groceries and cooked our own meals. We spent about 12 EUR per person per day on food. If you do decide to eat out, be prepared to spend a minimum of 50 EUR for two people at a restaurant.
- Car rental – We rented a 4×4 with sand and ash insurance, which cost us 65 EUR per day. While this was the biggest expense of our trip, having a car allowed us to explore Iceland’s natural beauty at our own pace.
- Gas – Driving around the Ring Road can add up in terms of gas costs. We spent about 30 EUR per day on gas.
- Plane tickets – We flew with WizzAir from Varna (Bulgaria) to Reykjavik via London for 230 EUR per person. This included priority boarding, which allowed us to bring a small suitcase on board in addition to our backpacks.
- Accommodation – We opted for budget-friendly accommodations, spending an average of 80 EUR per room per day. While we did find some cheaper options, we mostly stayed in budget-friendly lodgings.
- Activities – We splurged on a glacier hike, which cost about 100 EUR per person but was totally worth it. We also booked a Northern lights tour for 50 EUR per person but didn’t end up seeing them. Fortunately, we were able to rebook for free within the next two years. Bear in mind the glacier hikes are only open a few months per year (autumn and spring) – check out these tips for visiting Iceland in October for more.
While Iceland can be a pricey destination, with some smart budgeting and planning, you can make it work. Plus, the stunning natural scenery and unforgettable experiences make it all worth it in the end!
When to visit Iceland?
Iceland is a beautiful country that can be visited at any time of the year! Each season brings its own unique charm and activities.
Summer, which runs from June to August, is the peak tourist season in Iceland. This is the time when the weather is the warmest and the days are the longest, with almost 24 hours of daylight in some parts of the country. The countryside is in full bloom, and you can enjoy activities such as hiking, horseback riding, and exploring Iceland’s stunning national parks.
However, if you’re looking for a quieter and more affordable trip, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons of spring (April to May) or fall (September to October). During these times, you can still enjoy mild temperatures, fewer crowds, and the chance to see the Northern Lights. These are also perfect for doing a glacier hike and visiting ice caves, which are impossible in the summer.
Winter, which runs from November to March, is the time when Iceland transforms into a winter wonderland. The landscapes are blanketed in snow, and you can enjoy activities such as skiing, snowmobiling, and ice caving. The Northern Lights are also at their most visible during this time.
Keep in mind that the weather in Iceland can be unpredictable at any time of the year, so be sure to pack accordingly and plan for any possible weather changes. Ultimately, the best time to visit Iceland depends on your preferences and what activities you want to experience during your trip.
Map of 4 days in Iceland Itinerary
Day 1 – The Golden Circle
Total driving time: 3h 15min
If you want to spend the perfect 4 days in Iceland as an itinerary, you can start exploring right from the moment you land at Keflavik International airport. Most flights arrive early in the morning, which gives you ample time to explore the Golden Circle on the first day itself. Although the Golden Circle is a popular tourist destination and tends to be crowded, it’s an absolute must-visit location as it’s located quite close to Reykjavik and is simply breathtaking. So, make sure you include it in your itinerary for an unforgettable experience.
#1 Thingvellir National Park
Driving time from Keflavik airport: 1h 15min
Category: hike, waterfall, natural wonder
Head straight to Öxarárfoss waterfall in Thingvellir National Park. This stunning waterfall will be your first stop on your Iceland sightseeing journey. After a long flight, it’s a great way to kick off your adventure!
You can make your way to Thingvellir National Park by picking up your rental car from Keflavik International Airport. It’s a short drive away, and you’ll be able to start your day exploring the park. The walk around Thingvellir is relaxing and easy to navigate, and it will take you about an hour or two to complete. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to take amazing photos along the way, and you might even recognize some Game of Thrones scenes that were filmed here!
If you have more time, you can even try snorkeling between tectonic plates! But even if you don’t, don’t miss the opportunity to visit this beautiful national park. Note that there is a fee of 750 ISK per vehicle to enter the park.
Driving time from Thingvellir: 45min
Category: hike, waterfall
Bruarfoss is one of the most stunning waterfalls you’ll ever lay your eyes on on your 4 days in Iceland itinerary! Although the closer access has been closed to visitors, don’t worry – it’s just an easy hike of about 2 hours (with plenty of photo stops along the way) away. You’ll even get to see two smaller waterfalls on the journey! The color of the water is simply unreal and you might even feel like you’re in a movie. This spot is sure to become a favorite on your Iceland sightseeing bucket list.
If you can’t fit in Bruarfoss on your first day due to limited daylight, save it for one of your last days in Iceland. But make sure not to miss it! Trust me, it’s worth the effort.
Driving time from Bruarfoss: 15min
Category: natural wonder
Welcome to the world-famous Geysir in Iceland, the geyser that inspired the name for all the others! The word “geyser” actually comes from Old Norse, meaning “to gush.” Geysir is a must-see attraction on the popular Golden Circle route, and for a good reason. It’s easily accessible and erupts every 2-5 minutes, shooting boiling water up to 70 meters high! While it’s full of tourists, you only need to spend a few minutes there to witness this magnificent display of nature’s power. Just make sure to stay on the marked path and not get too close.
Tip: Keep in mind that in the past, Geysir’s eruptions have stopped for extended periods, sometimes even years. Although this is pretty unpredictable, lately it hasn’t been an issue. So, make sure to add Geysir to your Iceland itinerary and witness one of the most impressive natural phenomena in the world!
Driving time from Geysir: 15min
Welcome to Gullfoss, one of the most magnificent and powerful waterfalls in Iceland! Get ready for your jaw to drop as you witness the breathtaking sight of water cascading down into a deep canyon. Gullfoss is one of the largest waterfalls in Iceland, and it offers two viewing platforms for visitors to take in its beauty from different angles. While both platforms provide stunning views, the lower one, in my opinion, offers the most impressive perspective.
Tip: When visiting Gullfoss, keep in mind that the waterfall’s power can create a lot of mist, especially on windy days. Be prepared to get wet and dress accordingly!
#5 Kerid Crater
Driving time from Gullfoss: 45min
Category: natural wonder
When visiting the Kerid Crater in Iceland, make sure to bring warm clothing like a scarf, hat, and gloves, especially if it’s windy. Although we were hesitant to go down to the crater due to the wind, it was much calmer at the bottom, so it’s definitely worth the short 10-minute hike. Keep in mind that there is an entrance fee of 400 ISK (around 2 EUR) to see the crater.
Where to stay on day #1: Selfoss
Driving time from Kerid Crater: 15min
Whew, you’ve finally reached the first of a few places you stay on your 4 days Iceland itinerary. I must say, this was one of my favorites of all the places we stayed in Iceland – Selfoss apartments had super hot mineral water running straight from the shower – as if you were at the SPA.
Day 2 – Southern Coast
Total driving time: 3h 30min
Day 2 of your 4 days Iceland itinerary could easily become your favorite. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that you get good weather, as you never know in Iceland – it can be clear and then a minute later – pretty terrible. It’s mostly luck, to be honest!
#1 Seljalandsfoss – the 360° waterfall
Driving time from Selfoss: 1 hour
Welcome to Iceland’s Ring Road, a breathtaking destination for any travel enthusiast! One of the must-visit spots on this incredible route is Seljalandsfoss, a magnificent waterfall that offers visitors an Instagram-worthy experience like no other. You can explore Seljalandsfoss from all angles, including going all the way behind the waterfall to take in its awe-inspiring beauty. Don’t forget to pay your parking fee before heading out on your adventure.
While it may be tempting to snap a quick photo, take your time and be patient when capturing the perfect shot. Behind Seljalandsfoss can be quite splashy, so make sure to take good care of your camera equipment. A wide-angle lens is recommended for the ultimate shot, showcasing the grandeur of the waterfall.
Tip: When nature calls, you’ll be “relieved” to find restrooms conveniently located nearby. Seljalandsfoss is an unforgettable experience that you won’t want to miss during your Icelandic travels!
#2 Gljufrabui waterfall
Driving time from Seljalandsfoss: none, 5-10min walk
Get ready to have your mind blown by another stunning waterfall on the Icelandic Ring Road! After experiencing Seljalandsfoss, you might think that nothing else can impress you. But let me tell you, you’ll be so wrong. Gljufrabui is a hidden gem that is just as incredible as its more well-known counterpart.
To find Gljufrabui, simply take a left (when facing Seljalandsfoss) and walk for a bit until you see a sign. The waterfall is tucked away inside a cliff, so you’ll need to walk through the water to reach it. But trust me, it’s worth it!
Once you’re inside, you’ll be right in front of the majestic Gljufrabui waterfall, which can be quite splashy. So make sure to wear waterproof rubber boots to keep your feet dry and comfortable. Taking photos here can be a bit tricky due to the water droplets, but with some patience and a wide-angle lens, you’ll be able to capture the perfect shot. Gljufrabui is a true hidden gem that you won’t want to miss during your Icelandic adventure!
Tip: Bring your waterproof rubber boots! You might have to walk in the water.
Driving time from Seljalandsfoss: 30 minutes
Skógafoss is a stunning waterfall that should definitely be on your perfect 4 days in Iceland itinerary. If you’re lucky enough to visit on a sunny day, you’ll be treated to a breathtaking sight of a rainbow at the bottom of the waterfall.
While Skógafoss may be one of the more popular waterfalls in Iceland, don’t let the crowds deter you from visiting. The viewing platform offers a spectacular view of the waterfall that is definitely worth getting a bit wet for.
If you’re feeling hungry, there are a few guesthouses and restaurants in the area where you can grab a bite to eat. But if you’re looking to save some money, stop for a quick cup of coffee and enjoy sandwiches in the car while taking in the beautiful scenery.
Fun fact: Skógafoss is not only a popular tourist spot, but also a popular shooting location for many movies and TV shows. In fact, the last season of Game of Thrones featured a scene here. Can you guess which one?
#4 Solheimasandur Plane Wreck
Driving time from Skógafoss: 15 minutes
Category: hike, curious
Let’s talk about the infamous plane wreck in Iceland. While this spot may be incredibly popular and Instagram-worthy, I have to be honest with you guys – I was a bit disappointed by it. That being said, it’s still a unique location that is worth checking out.
To reach the plane wreck, you’ll need to hike for about 45 minutes each way. But if you’re looking to save some time, there is a small shuttle bus available for 2900 ISK for a return ticket. The shuttle only takes about 10 minutes to get you to the plane wreck.
Tip: While you’re there, please be respectful of Iceland and its rules. Climbing on top of the plane wreck is strictly forbidden and can result in damage to the site or even injury to yourself. Let’s all do our part in preserving this unique location for future visitors to enjoy.
Driving time from Solheimasandur: 15 minutes
If you’re looking for a breathtaking view of Iceland’s black sand beach and iconic arch, you definitely won’t want to miss Dyrhólaey. However, to get to the viewpoint, I highly recommend renting a 4×4 vehicle. Once you make it to the top, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views that are definitely worth the drive. In fact, some scenes from season 2 of Lost in Space were actually shot on this very beach!
So pack up your camera gear and get ready to experience one of Iceland’s most awe-inspiring vistas. You won’t regret making the journey to Dyrhólaey!
Driving time from Dyrhólaey: 15 minutes
Category: black sand beach
This spot is easily accessible and a must-see for anyone visiting Iceland. Although it can get quite crowded, it’s still worth the visit as the scenery is truly stunning. In fact, Reynisfjara is another location that has been featured in popular movies and TV shows. Fans of Game of Thrones will recognize the iconic black sand beach from the “Eastwatch-by-the-sea” episode.
Driving time from Reynisfjara: 15 minutes
As you wind down from an amazing second day on your perfect 4 days in Iceland itinerary, be sure to make a stop in the charming town of Vik. This is a great place to grab dinner or stock up on groceries before heading to your next destination. While Vik may not have any large supermarkets, it’s still worth a visit for its charming atmosphere and picturesque surroundings. Take a stroll through the town and enjoy the stunning views of the nearby mountains and coastline.
It’s a pretty tight itinerary for day 2, but in case you have time and finish early – visit Fjadrargljufur Canyon! We didn’t really have time for it, but it has amazing views and a short hike with two main trails – one with an upper viewpoint and one with a lower one.
Where to stay on day #2: Skaftárhreppur
Driving time from Vik: 1 hour
We chose to stay at Hörgsland Guesthouse on our second day. Even though there were cheaper options around the area, we thought that the extra 15-20 EUR we’d pay would be compensated by the included breakfast. The kitchen is shared, but you can opt in for your own bathroom here, which is great!
Day 3 – Skaftafell & Jokursalon
Total driving time: 3 hours
Day 3 of your 4 days in Iceland itinerary will only involve 1 waterfall, but it’s just as exciting as the other days! Start early and plan for half your day in Skaftafell. At least! Vatnajökull is the largest glacier in Europe and you’ll be going around it’s South side today.
Driving time from Skaftárhreppur: 1 hour
Category: hike, national park, glacier
If you’re looking for a thrilling adventure in Iceland, then a morning glacier hike at Skaftafell is an absolute must! This massive area is so large that you could easily spend a whole day here, but you can plan for a solid 4-6 hours.
From October to April, you can explore the stunning ice caves in Iceland during your glacier hike. It’s definitely worth the effort, as the caves are even more beautiful in person than in any photo you’ve seen. And trust me, it’s an experience that you won’t forget anytime soon! Just make sure you book your spot for a glacier hike well in advance – at least a month or two beforehand. This is an extremely popular activity, so spots fill up quickly.
As you make your way through Skaftafell, don’t miss out on the stunning Svartifoss waterfall. While the hike may be a bit challenging, the reward is more than worth it. The trail is well-marked, so you don’t need to worry about getting lost. You’ll be surrounded by the natural beauty of Iceland’s landscapes as you hike up and down the hills. And if you’re up for more hiking, Skaftafell has plenty of options to offer.
Driving time from Skaftafell: 45 minutes
Category: glacier lagoon
Next on your 4 days in Iceland itinerary is a true hidden gem – Fjallsárlón glacier lagoon! While not as large or famous as Jökulsárlón, it’s definitely cuter and less crowded. Take some time to soak in the breathtaking views and snap some photos before heading to the next stop on your adventure.
#3 Diamond Beach
Driving time from Fjallsárlón: 15 minutes
Category: black sand beach
The Diamond Beach is a must-see when visiting Jökulsárlón. It’s easy to get distracted by the beauty of the lagoon, but make sure to take the short walk to the beach. It’s worth bringing a tripod to capture the beauty of the sparkling ice on the black sand. This spot is so iconic for Iceland sightseeing that it deserves its own mention.
Driving time from Diamond Beach: none, walking distance
Category: glacier lagoon
The glacier lagoon at Jökulsárlón is a breathtaking sight that is highly recommended to visit. The scenery is just so photogenic and picturesque. If you have the time, consider taking a boat tour around the lagoon to get a closer look at the glacier pieces and enjoy the stunning views.
Where to stay on day #3: Vik
Driving time from Jökulsárlón: 2.5 hours
It’s actually a good idea to go BACK on day 3 – as far back as you can. You can book to stay at Hörgsland Guesthouse again or drive even further (1 more hour) back to Vik and stay in Skammidalur Guesthouse. You’ll definitely want to save on driving on your last day in Iceland, as you’ll have A LOT more this time.
Day 4 – option 1: Reykjavik and the Blue Lagoon
Now, this is the option that many people usually choose. If your flight is on Day 4 (rather than Day 5) of your 4 days in Iceland itinerary, then definitely choose to go to Reykjavik. However, the capital and the Blue Lagoon are very touristy and very overrated – there are other more beautiful things you could see!
Total driving time: 5h 15min
It’s almost time to fly back home! Day 4 is your last day of long driving and the last of exploring so much. Bear in mind that most of these places are pretty close to Reykjavik, so just like the Golden Circle, they’re likely to be packed with tourists.
#1 Blue Lagoon
Driving time from Vik: 2h 45min
it’s time to relax in one of Iceland’s famous mineral pools. The Blue Lagoon is a popular choice, but it’s important to book at least two months in advance. Keep in mind that it’s also more expensive than other options like Mývatn (they are on the other end of the island). If you do decide to visit the Blue Lagoon, make sure to plan your day around the specific hour that your ticket is valid for. Despite the time limit, you can still enjoy the pools for as long as you’d like.
#2 Reykjanesviti Lighthouse
Driving time from Blue Lagoon: 30 min
The next stop on your 4 days in Iceland itinerary is the oldest lighthouse on the island! This lighthouse is so old that the cliff beneath it has started to erode. Therefore, a new structure will likely be built in the next few years. Take some time to explore the area, take some photos, and then head to your next destination.
#3 Krýsuvík & Seltún Geothermal Area
Driving time from Reykjanesviti: 45 min
Category: geothermal area
Krýsuvík is another geothermal area in Iceland where you can find hot springs and stunning landscapes. The area has a reddish hue and is just as beautiful as the East. As always, it’s important to stay away from the hot springs and follow the marked paths to avoid any accidents.
Driving time from Seltún: 45 min
Even just walking around the city can feel like a breath of fresh air <3 But let’s see the most important sights not to miss on your 4 days in Iceland itinerary:
- Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre – a gorgeous glass building
- Sun Voyager – a very instagrammable spot
- Hallgrimskirkja – the church that has become a symbol of the city
Where to stay on day #4: Reykjavík
You’ve finally arrived at the last accommodation of your Iceland trip! There are numerous options to choose from in Reykjavik, so take a look at Booking.com and select the one that suits you best. We stayed at Iceland Comfort Apartments, which had clean and comfortable rooms with private bathrooms. However, we did have some trouble accessing the building as we didn’t receive the access code ahead of time and had to wait for a call back. Despite this issue, the spacious apartment and convenient location near two supermarkets made it a worthwhile choice.
Day 4 – option 2: Snaefellsnes Peninsula
Let’s face it – you do have a lot of driving on your last day anyway, so why not drive 1-2 more hours and see AMAZING things? If you’ve decided to skip the Blue Lagoon, here’s what you can see instead:
Total driving time: 7h 15min
Start your day as early as you can if you choose this option! Snaefellsnes Peninsula, also known as “Little Iceland”, is a must-visit destination if you’re short on time in Iceland. Even with just a day or two, you can experience a wide range of landscapes and activities. From picturesque fishing villages to stunning beaches and towering glaciers, Snaefellsnes Peninsula offers a little bit of everything. It’s a perfect spot for those who want to experience the beauty of Iceland without having to travel too far. So, if you’re planning a trip to Iceland and looking for a compact yet diverse itinerary, don’t forget to include Snaefellsnes Peninsula on your list!
Driving time from Vik: 4h 30min
Category: waterfall, natural wonder
At Snaefellsnes Peninsula, you’ll find one of the most photogenic spots in Iceland: Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall and the iconic Kirjufell mountain. This location is a dream come true for photographers, and you’ll see many of them with their tripods set up to capture the perfect shot. Don’t forget your own tripod if you have one, and try out different angles to get the best possible photo. You might even recognize Kirjufell from Game of Thrones – it’s the “arrow-shaped mountain” seen in the Hound’s vision.
Tip: To beat the crowds, try visiting early in the morning.
Driving time from Kirkjufellsfoss: 25 min
Bjarnarfoss is a hidden gem that should definitely be added to your 4 days in Iceland itinerary! Despite its beauty, it’s not as popular as some of the other waterfalls, so you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy it in a peaceful and serene environment. It’s a great spot for those who want to take some amazing pictures without having to worry about the crowds.
#3 Búðakirkja Black Church
Driving time from Bjarnarfoss: 5 min
Category: curious landmark
The next stop on your Iceland sightseeing list is one of the most famous spots – the location is likely to have many people around, but don’t let that discourage you. With a little patience, I was able to find a great angle for some fantastic photos. Take a few minutes to enjoy the beauty of the place and move on to your next destination.
#4 Rauðfeldsgjá Gorge
Driving time from Búðakirkja: 15 min
Category: natural wonder
During our Iceland sightseeing trip, I almost missed visiting the gorge as it didn’t seem too appealing in the photos we’d seen. However, since we were passing by, we decided to give it a chance, and boy, were they glad they did! The gorge turned out to be impressive and huge, and the experience of stepping inside was awe-inspiring. I suggest waiting patiently for your turn to take a photo and definitely recommend including it in your itinerary.
#5 Londrangar Viewpoint
Driving time from Rauðfeldsgjá: 10 min
If you’re looking for a less crowded and equally stunning viewpoint during your Iceland trip, then you have to visit this hidden gem. This viewpoint isn’t as popular as some of the other spots on your itinerary, but it’s just as breathtaking. And the best part? The locals have built a perfect viewing platform for you to enjoy the view to its fullest. Trust me, you won’t regret taking a detour to see this amazing view.
#6 Djúpalónssandur Black Sand Beach
Driving time from Londrangar: 10 min
Category: black sand beach
This next stop on your Snaefellsnes Peninsula journey is one you won’t want to miss. This will be the last black sand beach on your 4 days in Iceland itinerary, it’s a popular spot for tourists to snap photos and take in the beautiful scenery. But be cautious! The waves may look calm, but they can be unpredictable and strong. Make sure to keep a safe distance from the water to avoid losing any of your belongings.
#7 Ytri Tunga
Driving time from Djúpalónssandur: 45 min
Category: sandy beach, seal watching
The main attraction of Ytri Tunga is the fact that it’s a seal colony, which means that you’ll have the chance to see these adorable creatures up close and personal. The beach is known to be a favorite spot for seals to come and rest, and you might even be lucky enough to see some of them swimming in the sea.
Aside from the seals, the beach itself is stunning, with soft golden sand and clear blue waters. It’s the perfect place to relax, take a stroll, or have a picnic while enjoying the peaceful scenery.
Where to stay on day #4: Borgarnes
Driving time from Ytri Tunga: 1 hour
Driving time TO REYKJAVIK AIRPORT: 1 hour
As you probably have a flight the next day, it’s best to be within 1-2 hours of the airport. That’s why I’d recommend booking a hotel around Borgarnes – you can choose Hotel Hamar as an option.
Where to stay in Iceland
Here’s a booking helper for every day of your itinerary:
Day 1: Selfoss – Stay at Selfoss Apartments
Day 2: Skaftárhreppur – Stay at Hörgsland Guesthouse
Day 3: Vik – Stay at Skammidalur Guesthouse
Day 4 (option 1): Reykjavík – Stay at Iceland Comfort Apartments
Day 4 (option 2): Borgarnes – Stay at Hotel Hamar
Pre-loaded Google Maps for your 4 days in Iceland itinerary
Day 1: https://goo.gl/maps/uqGvZu83SDbjcAm59 (Thingvellir National Park, Bruarfoss, Geysir, Gullfoss, Kerid Crater, Selfoss)
Day 2: https://goo.gl/maps/eRvyr8Pp5Dr3kJYQ7 (Seljalandsfoss, Gljufrabui, Skógafoss, Solheimasandur Plane Wreck, Dyrhólaey, Reynisfjara, Vik, Skaftárhreppur)
Day 3: https://goo.gl/maps/8C7euYhYkJ2sNLnH7 (Skaftafell, Fjallsárlón, Diamond Beach, Jökulsárlón, Vik)
Day 4 (option 1): https://goo.gl/maps/xNQYVkZPmeMfoiMj6 (Vik, Blue Lagoon, Reykjanesviti, Krýsuvík, Seltún Geothermal Area, Reykjavík)
Day 4 (option 2): https://goo.gl/maps/ovs94FjPuRSvLui56 (Kirkjufellsfoss, Bjarnarfoss, Búðakirkja Black Church, Rauðfeldsgjá Gorge, Londrangar, Djúpalónssandur, Ytri Tunga, Borgarnes)