This tour is perfect for adrenaline junkies and nature lovers alike: offering spectacular views and exhilarating fun, it is an incredible way to spend a day in Iceland. We will collect you from Gullfoss (the golden falls) and then take you on a snowmobiling adventure, on Iceland’s second largest glacier, Langjokull.
Duration: ~4 hours
Departure time: 09:45, 14:45 at Gullfoss
Group maximum: 6 sleds per guide
Available: Oct - Jun
Age limit: 8 years
- Small group experience
- Snowmobiling ride on a glacier
- A visit to a natural ice cave
- Super Truck experience
Pick up: At Gullfoss Café. Please show up at least 15 minutes early.
Included: Pick up from Gullfoss café, 1 hour snowmobile ride, two people sharing a snowmobile, visit to a natural ice cave, necessary snowmobiling gear
A standard booking is for 2 people sharing 1 snowmobile. If you wish to have a solo snowmobile or your group is an odd number please choose the number of solo participants with the option "participants - solo on a snowmobile" when making your booking.
A valid drivers license is required to operate a snowmobile.
For further information: Contact Us
* Sharing a snowmobile
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."
Your adventure begins when we collect you, in a super truck, from Gullfuss café (close to the spectacular Gullfoss waterfall). From there we will take the scenic journey to our base camp at the foot of Langjökull Glacier (long glacier). At that point we will give you all the equipment that you need and one of our certified glacier guides will demonstrate how to use it properly. Then after a quick safety briefing, you will be ready to get out onto the snow and see the vast Langjökull Glacier, in all its majestic glory.
Once you are on Langjökull, you will understand what all the fuss is about: a mesmerizing untouched natural beauty, covered in a blanket of perfect fluffy white snow. It 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 peek; and the multi-coloured Kerlingarfjöll Mountains. All of which offer amazing photo opportunities, alongside the fun of playing in the snow.
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 a great chance 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 Gullfoss: the perfect end to the perfect day. This tour is an unbeatable combination of natural beauty and snow filled fun: you are guaranteed to form a load of memories, which you will treasure for the rest of your life. So book our snowmobiling and cave exploring adventure today, trust us you won’t regret it!
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Read customer reviews
Snowmobiling and ice caving from Gullfoss - Rated 4.9/5 based on 8 customer reviews
Fantastic experience5 by The Krangel Family 2018-02-24
Amazing Day!!!5 by Julia Beynon 2018-04-07
Well worth tour5 by Vicki Riley 2018-04-05
Glacier Snowmobiling5 by Emma Parr 2018-04-07
Amazing5 by Penny 2018-03-25
White-out adventure4 by Jackson Norton 2018-03-06
An exhilarating experience5 by Mohamed 2018-04-05
Amazing adventure!5 by Chloe 2018-04-15
Disclaimer: All snowmobiling 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 inherit risk.