Ingólfshöfði is a small headland and private nature reserve on the south coast of Iceland south of the Öræfajökull glacier. The 76 metre high headland is rich in birdlife and during the summer the cliffs are densely populated with nesting seabirds, including puffins, guillemots, fulmars, razorbills and skuas among others. The only way to get there is by a privately run tour. On an overloaded tractor-pulled hay cart you get transferred across the mud flat to the base of the headland. In the school holidays this tour is very popular with families with small kids, because of the Puffins. Once on top of the hill the kids chase after the birds and the tour guide nor parents do anything about that ... Anyway the scenery is great and when in the right season you get to see puffins.