The origin of Vik dates back to the 9th century, but it wasn’t until comparatively recently, in 1890, that traders settled permanently to sell products, commonly flour, salt, and sugar, fruit, and vegetables. After some time, there were five open, food-stores in Vik with two slaughterhouses. The town of Vik is most famous for its black sandy beaches that were formed by the impact of a volcanic eruption. Some famous locations in the city include; Reynisdrangar, Dyrholaey, Reynisfjara Beach, Reynisfjall, Reyniskyrka, Icelandic Lava Show, and several others.
Visitors would enjoy amazing sight-worthy views in the city on walking and biking tours that allow the tourists to get an advanced view of the city. Its archaeological, cultural, and ancient sites, as well as other famous landmarks, can be explored on sightseeing tours. With attraction tickets and passes, visitors will gain entrance to prominent locations in the city, and visitors can enjoy amusing theatre shows, concerts, and events in the city. Tourists can also enjoy the best-tasting experiences on food and wine tasting tours in the city's restaurants, pubs, and wineries. Other outdoor activities are also available on Tripindicator, offering visitors more unique experiences, and visitors will enjoy a personalised touring experience of the city on private custom tours. The city’s water bodies can also be explored on boat cruises and sailing and visitors can engage in several water sports activities including snorkelling, kayaking and several others.
With airport transfers and other city transports, visitors will enjoy comfortable logistics in Vik, suitable for both individual and group transfers, and can also explore the city's outsides on day trips and excursion from the city. These tour activities and several others are available on Tripindicator, a tour team highly commendable for providing customers with the best tour activities at very affordable prices compared to other tour teams.
The ever-changing glacier has spectacular scenery and perfect locations for a day out ice climbing. Your day tour offers a variety of difficulty, from easy ice climbing to more difficult steep walls. Your day tour is focused on climbing as your group travels towards a suitable climbing location with exciting stops on the way. Informative glacier...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
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
At the high-tech interactive Lava Centre exhibition you will learn about the birth and growth of Iceland as one of the world’s largest volcanic islands. It has risen during millions of years from the submarine North Atlantic Ridge, through countless volcanic eruptions. They occur as a large mantle plume locally adds molten rock to the magma...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
This quad biking tour takes you to see the northern lights by the beautiful Hafravatn lake and Mount Hafrafell. There you will also have a great view over Reykjavik, Mosfellsbær and other towns close by. We will enjoy the northern lights over hot drinks. Join this tour for a unique experience of driving an ATV at night to hunt for the northern...Read more
Take advantage of a great opportunity to explore the incredible Solheimajokull Glacier in a small group setting on this one and a half hour glacier hike available directly from Solheimajokull's parking lot. Walk around the glacier and admire the stunning landscape that surrounds the ice cap. This is your chance to explore the incredible frozen...Read more
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...Read more
A zipline ride is a great adventure for all those who love the thrill of doing something challenging but at the same time very safe. The tour starts with a mere 3-minute car ride to the starting point which overlooks one of Iceland's major glacier, Mýrdalsjökull. From there it's a mix of moderate hiking in breathtaking Icelandic landscape...Read more
- The unique chance to experience REAL molten lava in close proximity - A sensory loaded experience for your sight, hearing, smelling and feeling - A short educational video about Icelandic volcanism - A true dramatic story about escaping from a volcanic eruption - a unique experience, unlike anything else you've ever seen or...Read more
A short and easy Glacier Walk tour from Sólheimajökull glacier in South Iceland is a great way to experience the Icelandic glaciers. On this tour you spend about an hour on the ice itself exploring all the interesting features it has to offer as such as stunning ice formations, crevasses and water...Read more
On this tour you can get in touch with the raw black lava sand landscape by the south coast. Unforgettable experience of conflicting landscapes where the nature envelops the traveller in its warm...Read more
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.
Our horses are very dear to us and we'll make sure...Read more
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.
Landmannalaugar is one of a kind and no surprise it is one of the most popular natural attraction in Iceland. The geological formations with their stunning colors and geothermal heat are super motives for the eye or camera.
Your guide has a Ph.D. in botany and has a deep understanding of the environmental issues dealt with in Iceland....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