Tours

Golden circle and South Shore Luxury Jeep Tour

Your best choice,TWO TOURS IN ONE, especially for a short visit to Iceland by luxury jeep. We take you in small group to the most breath-taking places in Iceland in one day. From Reykjavik we drive through the South shore farmland with view of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull (E15). We touch blue-ice glacier,- waterfalls and walk on the black beach. Then we drive into the Golden circle with the our most famous waterfall “Gullfoss”, the real Geyser and Strokkur. We also visit the National park “Þingvellir” where we view the tectonic plates drift apart.

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Northern Lights - Aurora Borealis Tour

Northern lights view and photographing.
Small groups in luxury jeep ensure quietness to enjoy the northern lights experience. We assist adjusting your camera for northern lights photographing if needed. We find the world’s greatest places to view the northern lights with clear skies without light pollution. If the Northern Lights are not seen in your first tour, we offer you our next tour for free.

Trips available nightly from the 1st Okt. to end of March

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Volcano Garden Reykjanes Peninsula

Lava, Volcanoes, Hot-springs, Caving and Blue lagoon.

Local guided luxury jeep tour into historic lava fields and volcanoes. Seven colour hot springs, caving and the Blue lagoon. Reykjanes peninsula, the south west corner of Iceland, where the Atlantic rift rises from the ocean, with more than 100 volcano craters, 200 lava tubes.

The Blue lagoon is the most visited attraction in Iceland, a spa with warm geothermal under-ground seawater rich of silica. It is possible to take bath in the Blue lagoon.

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Volcano Tour Eyjafjallajokull (E15) View After The Eruption

Luxury jeep off road tour every day to one of Iceland’s most scenic spots, it is only accessible by specially equipped vehicles with experienced drivers.

We do more than 30 unbridged river crossings when we drive close to the recently erupted volcano Eyjafjallajökull (E15) (AY-yah-fyad-la-ye kuh-tel). We go to the waterfall Seljalandsfoss that you can walk behind and step stones into the waterfall’s canyon Gljúfrabúi. We go to Gígjökull where the flood came in the eruption 2010.

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