KIP.is

Daytours with an English speaking Local Guide

What I enjoy most in life is to show my country to explorers that are interested in the nature, geology, history and the culture of Iceland.

My name is Kristinn Ingi Pétursson (a.k.a KIP) and I am a Certified Tour Guide, Tour Operator and a Driver Guide. I was born and raised on a farm near Lake Myvatn in North Iceland. I'm privileged to be able to spend my time outside in Icelandic nature with interesting people all days. I speak English and Icelandic and sometimes I also communicate with the elves and trolls of Iceland :-)

What I have to offer is professional and personal tailor made private tours in North Iceland, using my modified Super Jeep. I operate in North Iceland both in the winter and summer, guiding small groups of tourists, couples on honeymoons and professional photographers.
Please contact me for more information and tour booking.

KIP.is

Álfasteinn

GPS Points N65° 43' 18.076" W17° 21' 27.874"
Telephone

650-5252

Website www.kip.is
Opening period All year

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