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Tour Operators - Specifically Super Jeep

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I cannot wait for our upcoming Iceland trip! Does anyone have a point of view on which tour companies are best? We want to do a Super Jeep tour on the Vatnajõkull glacier and we'd like to visit the Snaefellsness Peninsula - can this be done via public bus or should we book a tour (obviously these are two different day trips - we will be based in Reykjavik)? On a recent trip to China we had a day trip ruined by the amount of time spent in gift shops and tea rooms instead of the actual destinations we were interested in - so I'd prefer go with a tour someone recommends - any suggestions?

Thanks!!!

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