This sled 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.
Come join us in the one of a kind natural Ice Cave. Join us on a Super Jeep up to the glacier, where you'll enter a natural ice cave. The view inside the Ice Cave is truly spectacular the combination of the colors of the ice, you will get the chance to see some amazing black ice as well as some blue ice features. The Katla Ice Cave is truly...Read more
Snowmobiling on top of Eyjafjallajökull glacier is an extraordinary experience and a once in a lifetime experience.
This tour is the perfect length of time for 'first-time riders' and individuals looking for a scenic, fun-ride, exploring and experiencing the wilderness, the glacier and the breathtaking views over south Iceland.
A Glacier Ice Cave is like the cherry on top of your sundae. This snowmobile adventure tour takes you along the outskirts of Langjökull Glacier to our very own Ice Cave. A custom-made cave that runs 70 meters into the thick icecap. Like Snowmobiling in the Icelandic Highlands isn't enough, exploring inside the Glacier is a once in a lifetime...Read more
While the south of Iceland is certainly spectacular when viewed from ground-level, nothing beats experiencing it from above! Try snowmobiling on the beautiful Mýrdalsjökull glacier - an icecap covering one of Iceland’s largest volcanoes, Katla. Explore and experience the wilderness and, weather permitting, take in the breathtaking views over...Read more
Grab your hiking boots and get ready, because you’re going to hike Sólheimajökull glacier in southern Iceland on this 3 hour, small-group tour. This is a comprehensive glacier tour, where you’ll learn about these massive natural phenomena from your guide and be provided with all the necessary equipment to get some exercise in full comfort...Read more
Explore the surreal landscape of Iceland's Solheimajokull Glacier during this 4-hour experience. Join your guide at the glacier for glacier hiking and ice climbing on top of this ancient ice formation, enjoying spectacular views of its constantly changing blend of colors and shapes. Take the journey through a frozen maze of towering ice...Read more
Experience the thrill of snowmobiling on Europe's 2nd largest glacier, Langjökull. The tour is approximately 4 hours in duration including the transfer to and from Skjol Campground and you'll spend an hour on the snowmobiles zipping across the ice cap. The tour includes a professional guide, 1 hour snowmobile ride with 2 persons sharing a...Read more
The Icelandic Highlands is a unique area with some rugged landscape and that is exactly where this tour takes you. This 4-hour snowmobile adventure tour departs from Gullfoss. Marvel at the Icelandic scenery during your ride to the glacier in a 4x4 monster truck, then hop on your snowmobile after a brief instruction lecture and drive along and...Read more
Combine the thrill of riding a snowmobile on a glacier and visiting a unique natural ice cave on this 4-hour combo tour from Skjol.
Accompanied by a certified guide learn all about Iceland's second largest glacier, Langjokull, and experience the perfect winter adventure. Enjoy personal attention from the guide on this small group tour...Read more
Grab your hiking boots and get ready, because you’re going to hike and climb Sólheimajökull glacier in southern Iceland. This is a comprehensive glacier tour, where you’ll learn about these massive natural phenomena from your guide and be provided with all the necessary equipment to get some exercise in full comfort and safety. You will also...Read more
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.