Kr. 81,500

Join us for a thrilling flightseeing tour over West Iceland. We depart from Reykjavik Domestic Airport and fly over volcanoes, waterfalls, and glaciers in a one-hour flightseeing tour over the west of Iceland.

Kr. 39,990

A truly amazing adventure. First you get to snowmobile across the vast snowy wastes of an Icelandic glacier. Then you descend deep into the ice cap and explore its wonderful icy netherworld though a huge man-made tunnel.

Glacier tours

Into the glacier

Kr. 19,900

Into The Glacier Adventure is truly a unique experience. You will get the opportunity of a lifetime to enjoy one of the world’s greatest wilderness; Iceland’s second largest glacier – from the inside! Never before the Langjokull ice tunnels has anyone been able to see the beautiful blue ice at the heart of an ice cap glacier.

Horse riding tours

Riding Borgarnes

Kr. 8,000

Oddsstaðir is located in the beautiful Borgarfjörður, West Iceland, the birthplace of the Icelandic Saga.

TOP 10 HIKE IN THE WORLD
Kr. 44,900

Most famous for providing the setting for Jules Verne‘s classic subterranean epic “Journey to the Center of the Earth” the area is rich with history and mystique.

Snowmobile tours

Snowmobile into the glacier

Kr. 29,000

Take your glacier exploration to a whole new level with a snowmobile tour on top of Langjökull glacier and a guided tour into the Ice Cave.

Kr. 175,000

There is something mystical about the Snæfellsnes peninsula with its mighty volcanic glacier Snæfellsjökull at the tip of it. Snæfellsjökull is one of the most famous sites of Iceland thanks to the novel “A Journey to the Centre of the Earth” by Jules Verne.

Northern light tours

Top of the world

Kr. 69,000

Get closer to the origin; experience the elusive Northern Lights, high up on Langökull Glacier – far away from the city lights.

Horse riding tours

Valley of Borgarnes

Kr. 11,000

Oddsstaðir is located in the beautiful Borgarfjörður, West Iceland, the birthplace of the Icelandic Saga.

Kr. 9,900

Nowhere else in Iceland is there a better chance to see two of the ocean’s top predators, sperm whales, and orcas, than along the Snæfellsnes Peninsula coastline.