Winter Tours Iceland
Winter Iceland and Iceland trips
Two-day tour to Jokulsarlon and Skaftafell
Take a two day tour to the amazing Glacier Lagoon which gives you the possibility of experiencing the waterfalls and glaciers of South Iceland, the Lagoon is filled with icebergs and with a little luck - the northern lights!
Price: from 39,900 ISK Operation: Sept - April
Winter tour for ocean lovers - 2 days / 1 night
Snaefellsnes Peninsula is a beautiful area located on the west side of Iceland which offers many recreational activities. The peninsula is a magnificent place to visit and has been named Iceland in miniature due to the variety of scenery and places of national interest there.
Price: from 41,900 ISK
Operation: Wed-Thu, winter season
Relax at a hot pool in stunning Landmannalaugar
A modified 4x4 Super Jeep on bigger tyres will you get to the central highlands of South Iceland when they are covered in snow. It is magical to reach the cozy mountain hut to see steam from its hot pool merging into the crisp and frosty air. Jump into the pool and enjoy - with a little luck the northern lights may show up!
Price: 120,000 ISK Operation: Oct - Apr
Aurora Borealis day tours or longer tours
We offer both short evening trips to the countryside away from any city light illumination and also longer trips to the central highlands and to the northern part of Iceland. Being in the north closer to the Arctic Circle will give you the very best chance of seeing the northern lights.
Operation: September 1 - April 15
Day tour with glacier hike, waterfalls and more
This tour will give you the opportunity to enjoy some amazing glacier hiking and to discover the wonderful glaciers of Iceland, such as Eyjafjallajökull, Sólheimajökull and Mýrdalsjökull.
Price: 20,900 ISK Operation: all year
Small groups and personal service
The south coast of Iceland has so much to offer you. We begin this tour by driving south along Highway 1. We will explain the geology of Iceland to you and show you many of the most amazing and exciting places which have emerged in Iceland in both past and present times.
Price: 11,900 ISK Operation: all year
A daily trip any day of the year
This popular excursion introduces you to some of the best known historical sites and natural phenomena in Iceland. We start by visiting Nesjavellir, a high temperature geothermal area in the scenic landscape of Lake Thingvallavatn.
Price: 9,500 ISK Operation: all year
Thingvellir - Geysir - Gullfoss
This popular excursion enables travellers to visit Iceland’s most famous sites. We cover about 300km, looping from Reykjavik to central Iceland and back. Although this trip is an express tour, you will see the best known historical sites.
Price: 9,000 ISK Operation: all year
An absolute "must" tour for nature lovers
Lush fjords, volcanic peaks, dramatic sea cliffs, sweeping golden beaches, a glistening icecap and Iceland’s newest National Park make up the diverse and fascinating landscape of the 100 km long Snaefellsnes Peninsula.
Price: 18,900 ISK Operation: Sat, Wed Sep 1-May 31
Volcanic Veins with options
With the options of either staying in the Blue Lagoon for a few hours, or being dropped off at KEF International Airport, this tour is highly recommended for speleologists as well as amateurs in the field. Adventure exploring the rare world of lava tubes. That is truly entering into the interior of a volcano.
Price: 12,900 ISK Duration: 9 hours
Go tubing in Iceland!
This speleological adventure takes you to unique locations in Iceland’s most spectacular lava tube caves and craters. These beautiful, natural phenomena were created when the surface lava solidified but magma continued to flow in tunnels.
Price: 9,000 ISK Duration: max 4 hours
Snorkeling in Thingvellir National Park
The Silfra fissure is located in the Thingvallavatn Lake in Thingvellir National Park. As Silfra is a part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, snorkelers will experience swimming between two continents – North America and Eurasia.
Price: 17,990 ISK Operation: all year
Super truck and snowmobiling at Langjokull
The Golden Circle tour allows visitors to get in touch with some of Iceland’s most famous and exciting natural phenomena. We then kick the action into higher gear when we go for an exciting snowmobiling tour on Langjokull.
Price: 43,100 ISK Operation: all year
Express snowmobile tour on Langjokull
This snowmobile express trip is an amazing adventure in the middle of the outstanding landscape of Iceland´s mountains. This tour will take you blazing across the Langjokull Glacier in the Geysir area.
Price: 30,900 ISK Operation: all year
The outstanding scenery of Myrdalsjokull glacier
The adventure snowmobile tour gives you the opportunity to discover the amazing landscape of Myrdalsjokull Glacier whilst enjoying a fun journey on snowmobiles. You can choose between tours lasting from 1 to 4 hours. There is no pick up from Reykjavik.
Price: from 18,900 ISK Operation: all year
Horseback riding close to Reykjavík
An adventurous ride into the lava fields surrounding Mt. Helgafell volcano to the old Kaldársel sheep corral. Good opportunity to get to know the Icelandic horse and to get close to the Icelandic nature. Difficulty: Beginners. Duration: 3 hours.
Price: 10,200 ISK Operation: all year
View rough lava fields
Fascinating riding tour where you go exploring in the Reykjanes preservation area. Discover a lunar-landscape pitted with volcanic and geothermal wonders. A good tour for intermediate riders. Difficulty: Intermediate. Duration: 6-7 hours.
Price: 17,300 ISK Operation: all year
An extreme and unique experience in Iceland
Super Jeep tours in Iceland are quite extreme and unique. Going on a sightseeing tour in our specially modified jeeps is something which is quite different from being driven in a bus! Our guides are all very professional and experienced all-terrain drivers.
Operation: all year
Discover the magical winter landscape in Iceland
If this is not enough for you and you are in for a longer winter tour - we have 2 to 6 day trips across cold glaciers and hot spring areas, national parks and highlands, using Super Jeeps with experienced drivers - often beneath a sky illuminated by the Icelandic aurora borealis.
Operation: October - April