We’ll collect you from your Reykjavik accommodation*. Next stop: our ATV basecamp, just 15 minutes from the city. That’s where you get the gear and training you need for a safe and exciting buggy adventure.
Duration: ~3.5 hours
Departure time: See booking engine
Available: All year
Age limit: 6 years
- Exciting buggy tour
- View over Reykjavik
- Mt. Hafrafell
- Mr. Ulfarsfell
~2 hours on the buggy, 3-3.5 hours total with pickup and dropoff.
Pickup begins 30 minutes before departure, and can take up to 30 minutes. See pickup prices in the booking engine.
If you wan't to meet us on location the meeting point is:
Lambhagavegur, 113 Reykjavik.
Click here for a map to the meeting point.
Drivers need to bring their drivers licence. Drivers need to be 17 years old or older. Age limit for passengers is 6 years.
Overalls, gloves, helmet, balaclava, 1 hour buggy ride.
Bring with you:
Sturdy shoes (and remember your drivers licence).
Your buggy adventure begins with a pick up from your Reykjavik hotel (or you can meet us on location) and the short drive to base camp. Next, you’ll meet your buggy, and we’ll give you all the safety instruction you need to have fun with confidence. Then the adventure begins, as we head for the mountains and some truly breathtaking views.
From basecamp, you’ll take a tour through lovely scenery, on a variety of terrains. Your destination? The mountains of Hafrafell and Úlfarsfell – both of which you’ll conquer in your two-seater buggy. Special views await you, including the whole Reykjavik area and the Reykjanes peninsula. The better the day, the further you’ll see – even as far as Snæfellsjokull glacier.
Yes, we love our buggies. These brand new 4×4 ATVs are fully automatic, fully inspected and road legal. They are also bursting with excellent safety and design features, such as the roll cage, safety belts and double A-arm front suspension. All of which makes for a buggy ride that’s as safe as it is comfortable. (And, for you petrol heads – they are powered by 800cc Rotax V-Twin engines).
Disclaimer: The tracks up the mountain can be weather dependent, and there might be cancellations in high winter.