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If you’re looking for an experience in Iceland where you witness a rare natural wonder—this is the ideal option. The tour gives you access to somewhere that you wouldn’t be able to reach alone—an ice cave that sits underneath Katla Volcano. Travel with ease up to the ice cave in a Super Jeep. It’s a safe experience as you are given a helmet and crampons, and a guide leads the way so you don’t get lost.
Spend a half day hiking around southern Iceland's Sólheimajökull glacier with a small group on this tour. Follow your hiking guide over the rugged terrain and learn about the glacial formation as you walk. All necessary equipment included.
While many tours in Iceland make pit stops at glaciers—the country is, after all, full of them—fewer take you over them and close enough to discover their interesting features. With this tour, take an easy glacier hike to see ice formations, crevasses, and water cauldrons that you’d miss just stopping for a look. Your climbing crampons are provided, and the guided hike is offered 2-3 times a day so it’s easier to fit into your schedule.
Get close to red-hot molten lava by going to an Icelandic Lava Show. It’s a safe and fun experience, as safety goggles are provided, and an experienced professional will teach you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about lava. Enjoy the thrill of being able to touch cooling lava and hear it sizzle. All your burning questions will be answered, as this experience includes an interactive Q&A session at the end of the show.
Take an unforgettable walk on pure ice on this guided glacier hike experience on Sólheimajökull in south Iceland. Accompanied by a professional guide, set off from the foot of Sólheimajökull, a frozen tongue of solid ice, and thrill at the experience of walking across the frozen valley. Put on your crampons and discover natural ice formations, crevasses, shafts and ridges as you learn about the formation and history of this frozen wonderland.
Iceland is home to some of the world’s most easily accessible glaciers but you don’t need to be an experienced hiker to try glacier trekking. This guided glacier hike explores the wild landscapes of the Sólheimajökull glacier, passing spectacular ice tunnels, crevasses, and natural ice sculptures. No experience is necessary.
Explore Thorsmork, a unique area located between three glaciers, on this customizable, small-group tour. After hotel pickup, travel through the rugged wilderness in a super Jeep to Thorsmork for an optional hike. Traverse rough roads and glacial rivers in the Jeep to the Volcano Huts Resort for a lunch stop, before continuing on the adventure.
Designed to delight travelers with an adventurous spirit, this 4-hour tour gives you the chance to climb and hike on the colossal Sólheimajökull Glacier. In a small group of no more than 10, you’ll conquer the glacier’s frozen curves and crevasses, and admire unique ice formations and jagged ridges. Refine your climbing skills on an ice wall and receive personalized attention from your guide in an intimate group.
Explore the surreal landscape of Iceland's Solheimajökull Glacier during this day trip from Reykjavik. Join your guide for ice hiking and climbing on top of this ancient ice formation, enjoying spectacular views of its constantly changing blend of colors and shapes. Then make a stop at the thundering Skogafoss waterfall, one of the country’s largest waterfalls. Your glacier adventure includes an expert glacier guide, introduction to ice climbing, round-trip transport from Reykjavik as well as all necessary safety gear needed.
Experience the rare sensation of visiting a natural ice cave on this small-group tour. Board a Super Jeep in Vík and go off the beaten track into the Icelandic wilderness. You'll leave the regular tourist trail behind as you journey through a landscape of majestic mountains and glaciers toward the Katla Ice Cave.
Our horses are friendly and sure-footed and suitable for everyone, beginners and experts alike. Riding the Icelandic horse in its natural environment is something everyone should try at least once in the lifetime. Our tours depart from the stables in Vík and take us along the beautiful black sand beach. In the summer time, puffins may be flying high above us and the view of the Reynisdrangar sea stacks is always an eyesight.
Our tours are easygoing and aim to let you discover the area and our horses at a calm pace, perfectly suited for beginners. If you are up for trying out the unique gait of the Icelandic horse, tölt, you will get a chance to try that as well!
Explore one of Iceland’s mightiest natural sites of interest and gain insight into the country’s rich geology on this Sólheimajökull glacier-walking tour. Harnessed up for safety, climb the vertical crevasse walls of the Sólheimajökull glacier with your guide and admire the spectacular scenery you find. Follow frozen routes over the mighty glacier, peer down into huge crevasses, and put your ice axes and crampons to good use on the icy terrain. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 12 people.
Experience the thrill of speeding over Iceland’s rivers, waterfalls, and glaciers on a zipline adventure in the seaside village of Vik. This 1.5-hour excursion combines exciting ziplines with hiking through Iceland’s dynamic landscape. The zipline course is just 3 minutes from the Vik Hi Hostel (the meeting spot) and ends with a walk back to the hostel so you can spend more time adventuring and less time in transit.
Experience the best of Iceland’s snowy wilderness with a snowmobile safari on the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. Pull on your insulated layers, and hit the gas to zoom along winding glacier trails with a guide. Along the way, stop and take in sweeping views over the rugged mountain scenery. This tour is suited to first-time riders and individuals looking for a fun and scenic snowmobile adventure.
Head out into the Icelandic night for an adventurous Northern Lights ATV tour that includes pickup and drop-off at Reykjavík hotels, hot drinks, and all equipment. Ride alongside Lake Hafravatn and Mount Hafrafell, find panoramic views over Reykjavík and Mosfellsbær, and search for the Northern Lights above a rugged landscape.
Power through one of the world’s most beautiful black-lava-sand beaches on an ATV with this quad bike tour. Start near the base of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier, zoom over a few small rivers, and then make it to the black-sand beach where you can look back up for stunning views of the glacier. On your journey, travel along the coast, and see a 40-year-old abandoned aircraft wreckage.
Iceland’s South Coast is famous for its waterfalls, glaciers, black sand beaches, and quaint villages. Leave behind the cruise ship for the day and venture from the Port of Reykjavik to the village of Vik at the southern tip of the nation. The small-group, guided tour makes it possible to squeeze in stops at all of the top attractions, including many that are skipped on large bus tours.
Iceland´s Hidden World - Iceland´s oldest still standing archaeological remains.
Twelve man-made caves have been discovered on the land of Ægissíða by Hella. Four of them have been open to the public. All of them ancient - with some believed to date even further back than the settlement of the Nordic Vikings.
The wonders of the Caves of Hella include ancient crosses, wall carvings and carved seats.
Mystery surrounds the caves and for centuries people have wondered:
Are the caves the handywork of the Celts?
Were the caves a place of ancient worship?
Discover the secrets and experience and the magical Underworld of the South.
Enjoy bird’s-eye views over south Iceland on this 1.5-hour tandem paragliding experience. Take to the skies with a highly experienced professional pilot at the controls, and relax into the comfortable seat harness as you soar over the spectacular landscapes. Gaze down at black beaches, craggy mountains and lava formations; rise and swoop with the thermal currents; and revel in the calmest form of free flight known to man. All equipment is supplied, and your experience includes photos and a video of your once-in-a-lifetime, 10- to 20-minute flight.
Secure your spot in advance, and see the Sólheimajökull Glacier from a different perspective on this guided kayak tour. After dressing in the included dry suit, learn the basics of kayaking before paddling out behind your guide into the lagoon. Observe the glacier landscape as you glide around the icebergs anchored in the lagoon.
This sled/kart dog tour is a shared, family friendly, dog ride tour. Either on snow or dry land, depending on Mother Nature’s generosity. With the help of your guide and musher, you will feel the power of the huskies pulling the sled or the customized cart through the fields in the South Coast of Iceland.
The tour includes a 45-minute husky ride tour, including a photo break . This is one of the first few kennels in Scandinavia with Greenlandic dogs, an opportunity you cannot miss. Small-group tour.
This tour requires you to rent a car.
The Skógar Museum is one of the best cultural attractions in southern Iceland. Guarantee your visit by pre-booking your admission ticket, which grants you access the the museum’s complex of six historic buildings containing a collection of 15,000 regional folk craft artifacts that tell the story of Iceland life throughout history.
Experience the black sand beach of the world-famous South Coast of Iceland on our Polaris 1000 buggies. This 2-hour adventure starts in Hella and takes you to the black sand beach, Þykkvabæjarfjara. There you will experience the power of the Atlantic Ocean, and how it moulds the Icelandic landscape. Included in the tour is a personal guide, and all the gear that you will need for your buggy adventure. The tour has six departure times available on a single day and has a very low guests to guide ratio of 4:1. You can be sure that you will get a very personal experience on this semi-private buggy adventure tour.