Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Reykjavik Helicopter Tour: Mt Esja Summit. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Ah.Maze.Ing. This was soo cool and we are so glad that we did. Landing on the mountain you feel like the only people in the world. A great trip and I would highly recommend everyone who is visiting Iceland to do it.
Absolutely stunning views of the Reykjavik area and nearby mountains, even in cloudy/rainy conditions. The pilot was very friendly and was a great tour guide along the way. Unforgettable part of the trip without a doubt. Worth every penny!
My tour has been upgraded from Mt Esja Summit tour to the Geothermal Activity tour. I was contacted by the company in due time. The tour was absolutely amazing!!! It was my first time on a helicopter and, after the first quick introduction, off we went! The chance to see the amazing landscapes and nature of Iceland from the air was one of a kind experience. We have landed on a field where the guide has shown us different types of sources and where you could literally see hot steam shooting out of the ground. The guide has given us a lot of background informations about the geological structure of Iceland and the way the geothermal activity is used to produce energy. I would definitely do the tour again and would recommend it to everyone!
Very friendly staffs, amazing experience, our pilot Mr.Giblis was very frindly.. Took us with some amazing twists and turns.. Good fun, would definitely recommend.
This was the highlight of the trip. Was a great time we had on the helicopter tour. I took my 16 and 6 year old on this tour, they loved it! The views were breath taking. If you go to Reykjavik go on this tour.
I sat in the front and had a great view. Landed on a large hill, don't think it was actually the summit of Mt. Esja but the weather was cold, cloudy, and luckily the rain stopped so the flight wasn't canceled. Hovered over cool volcanoes and rifts in the Earth. Then zipped around the city nice and low and got great photos.