If you are looking to fill up your winter visit to Iceland with some exciting activities, continue on reading. Whether you like extreme activities, or more family friendly activities, Iceland has what you are looking for. We have compiled a list of the top eight best activities to do in Iceland during the winter and you should try as many of them as you can!
1. Go on a Super Jeep Tour
Instead of exploring Iceland in a regular bus like any other tourist, try traveling in style in one of our super jeeps! Traveling in a super jeep allows you to explore places in Iceland where you cannot go in just a regular car or jeep. Explore some of Iceland’s most extreme and beautiful nature while creating memories that last a lifetime.
2. Go Caving
Go outside of your comfort zone and underneath the earth surface by going caving in Iceland. Iceland has a lot of stunning caves to explore. Take a guided tour to explore the world underground!
3. Go Glacier Hiking
Throw on your hiking shoes and some ice crampons and you are ready to go! On a glacier hike you get to walk on a glacier that was created over a thousand years ago and enjoy the remarkable view. Glacier hiking will definitely be a highlight of your trip to Iceland!
4. Go Snowmobiling on a Glacier
In Iceland you can go snowmobiling on one of the largest glaciers in Europe. Enjoy the complete freedom as you snowmobile though nature that is untouched by man. Don’t forget to take in the magnificent scenery while you fly on by!
5. Go Ice Caving
The ice caves hidden in Icelandic nature are mesmerizing! Take your time exploring and enjoy all of the different colors in the snow and ice. For a truly magical time, combine ice caving and a northern lights hunt. You won’t regret it!
6. Go Exotic Bathing
Iceland has countless hot springs and geothermal pools. Whether you want to find a secluded hidden hot spring in the highlands, or visit one of the more popular photogenic hot springs near the ring road, it will be worth it. Enjoy feeling warm during the cold Icelandic winter as you lay in a natural geothermal pool.
7. Go Sailing on a Glacier Lagoon
On a sailing tour on a glacial lagoon you get to sail among and in between icebergs. The thrilling experience of sailing among icebergs, mixed with the breathtaking scenery, makes this an activity that you should definitely not miss!
8. Go Snorkeling or Diving
Iceland gives you the unique experience of snorkeling or diving between two continents. You can actually see where the two tectonic plates separate as you are floating in the water. You can’t get an experience like this anywhere else in the world!