On this tour you will get the opportunity to ride a snowmobile across Europe’s second largest glacier: the gigantic and incredibly beautiful Langjökull Glacier (the long glacier). Then we will take you down into the depths of a magnificent ice cave, where you can marvel at the unique ice formations and learn more about some incredible natural phenomena.
Ride a snowmobile through an icy desert!
Small Group Experience - Minibus & Super Jeep Only
Duration: ~8-10 hours
Group maximum: 1 guide per 6 sleds
Available: Oct - Jun
Age limit: 8 years
- Small group experience
- Langjökull Glacier
- Super Truck experience
- Ice Caving Tour
Note: A standard booking is for 2 people sharing 1 snowmobile. A single rider costs extra.
- Pick up from Reykjavík
- Snowmobile ride
- Visit to a natural ice cave
- All necessary snowmobiling gear
- Super Jeep Tour
Bring with you: Valid driving licence (for drivers), warm and waterproof clothing, good winter shoes.
Reviews on TripAdvisor
"We went on the snowmobile and ice cave experience. Started off with a fun ride up to the glacier in their large truck. Then after being kitted our we drove out on snowmobiles to an ice cave. The ice cave was fascinating. Highly recommended."
We will start our journey bright and early when we collect you from your accommodation in Reykjavik (please note that collection can take up to 30 minutes depending on your location). We will then take the scenic cross-country journey to our base camp on Langjökull Glacier, where we will give you all the equipment you need to get started. Then, after a quick safety briefing from one of our certified glacier guides, you’ll be ready to get out onto the ice and see the magic of the glacier up close and personal.
Langjökull is the second biggest glacier in Iceland and is surrounded by some of Iceland’s most incredible sights: including Eiríksjökull glacier, a giant table mountain formed during the last ice age; Hofsjökull glacier (temple glacier) and its famous domed peak; and the multi-colored Kerlingarfjöll Mountains.
There is nothing quite like snowmobiling in such a vast natural wonder and the combination of adrenaline and nature is genuinely unique. Then, midway through your adventure, our friendly guide will take you into a majestic natural ice cave: formed over thousands of years. This will allow you to get a whole new perspective on glaciers and is of course the perfect opportunity to snap a couple of photos. We will spend around 15 minutes exploring the incredible ice cave and then get back out on to the snow, for some more adrenaline filled fun. Once we return to our base camp, we will take the scenic drive back to Reykjavik: the perfect end to the perfect day. This tour is perfect for nature lovers and adrenaline junkies alike, and will provide memories that will last you a lifetime: so book our snowmobiling and ice cave adventure, we promise that you won’t regret it.
- A normal booking assumes that 2 people will share one snowmobile - If you wish to have your own snowmobile (or your group has an odd number of people), then please select the number of individual snowmobiles required when making your booking. - You must have a valid driver’s license to operate a snowmobile - We will collect you from all major hotels in the downtown Reykjavik area.
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Ice caving & snowmobiling - From Reykjavik - Rated 5/5 based on 12 customer reviews
Fantastic5 by Katie 2018-04-07
Snowmobiling and ice caves5 by Sacha 2018-03-08
Wow -- breathtaking5 by Jim 2018-03-13
Amazing tour!!5 by Jackie 2018-03-05
An incredible adventure!5 by Konrad 2018-03-14
Snowmobile and Ice Caves Tour5 by Nico 2018-04-03
Awesome excursion5 by Greg 2018-04-17
Snowmobiles5 by Andrew 2018-11-08
Excellent tour, highly recommend5 by Laura 2018-11-22
Superb experience from start to finish5 by Paul 2018-11-25
Outstanding experience of Glacier Snowmobiling & Ice cave tour5 by Sid 2018-12-03
Experience of a lifetime5 by Cara 2018-12-13
Disclaimer: All trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. We do not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherent risk.