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.
The south coast of Iceland is home to some of the country’s top natural attractions, but reaching them independently in one day is a challenge. This full-day minibus tour includes round trip-travel from your Reykjavik accommodation and a guide to whisk you directly to the sites with ease. Hit top attractions including the Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Reynisfjara beach, and enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour—limited to 10 people.
Try dog-sledding in Iceland outside of snow season with this husky-drawn kart ride. Experience the thrill of sled dogs pulling you along dry land near Iceland’s rugged Southern Region, and get to know the beautiful Siberian, Greenland, and Alaskan huskies doing all the hard work. A musher accompanies you on the kart, ensuring your safety.
If you would like to experience the Icelandic horse both in terms of riding and information, but doesn’t feel like going on an outdoor ride, this is the option for you. It’s a perfect pick on a bad-weather day, for families with smaller kids but also for anyone who might just prefer an indoor arena experience. You will receive both cultural, historical and characteristic information on the Icelandic horse as well as enjoy the change to interact with them in the stable. Furthermore, the ride in the arena will give you a chance to really make use of your instructor and gain new riding skills while having fun. Since we specialize in small groups, there will be plenty of space for all riders in our big arena and if someone might prefer to watch, there is space on the tribune.Finish off the tour in our cafeteria with a hot drink.We are located 1 hour drive south of Reykjavik. Age limit: 10 yearsWeight limit: 110 kg/242 lbs
Icelandic Horseworld offers a unique experience with the Icelandic horse! When joining a ride with us, you will ride in the beautiful landscape of southern Iceland, viewing mountains and meadows along the way. We specialize in rides for small groups which are seldom more than 6 riders.Upon arrival you will receive instructions on how to ride and you have a chance to get to know your horse in our modern and large riding hall before we leave for our ride. Afterwards, you have the chance to enjoy a hot drink in our cafeteria and watch the horses in the riding hall. Our horses are very dear to us and we'll make sure that you will be riding a well educated horse with a good tölt. We have horses for more experienced riders as well as some very trustworthy horses for beginners and even those who have never ridden before. We are located 1 hour drive south of Reykjavik. Age limit: 10 yearsWeight limit: 110 kg/242 lbs
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.
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.
Prepare for a full day of adventure visiting the highlights of Iceland’s southern coast. Explore natural landmarks such as the Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Reynisfjara Beach, and Diamond Beach. You will also hike to the Dakota Plane Wreck, the remains of a United States Navy DC-3 airplane that crashed on Sólheimasandur, a black sand beach, in 1973.
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.
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.
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!