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From Vik or Reykjavik: Katla Ice Cave and Super Jeep Tour

1. From Vik or Reykjavik: Katla Ice Cave and Super Jeep Tour

Discover southern Iceland’s unique ice caves on a guided tour from Vik or Reykavik. Experience breathtaking views as you drive along the country's spectacular south coast. Jump on a Super Jeep and head down a rural road. Approach incredible landscapes and jaw-dropping sights as you make your way to your first stop. Arrive at Myrdalsjokull Glacier and hike across it to reach Kötlujökull Glacier with provided crampons. Explore the frigid blue and black ice cave and admire its interior with your experienced guide. Head back to the minivan for the return drive to Vik or Reykavik.

Langjökull: Glacier Snowmobile Trip with Guide

2. Langjökull: Glacier Snowmobile Trip with Guide

Join a 1 - hour Exhilarating Snowmobile Adventure on Langjökull Glacier! The ride takes you up towards Langjökull Glacier in a specialized Super-Jeep. It is an exciting experience in itself. After arriving at our glacier base camp, you will be provided with a snowmobile suit, gloves, balaclava and helmet for your snowmobile ride. Your professional glacier snowmobiling guide will then show you how to safely operate a snowmobile before your one-hour excursion officially starts. Langjökull Glacier is home to several enormous ice-filled volcanic craters, rimmed in by imposing volcanoes and set in the breathtaking Icelandic interior. The views from the flanks of Langjökull are quite incredible. In the distance rests Eiríksjökull glacier, the highest mountain in west Iceland, the dome-shaped Hofsjökull glacier, and Kerlingafjöll Mountain range.

From Reykjavík: Northern Lights Super Jeep Tour

3. From Reykjavík: Northern Lights Super Jeep Tour

Search for the Northern Lights in the comfort of a super jeep. Go where tour buses can't and learn all about this amazing natural phenomenon from an English-speaking guide in a small group setting. Discover firsthand why people from all over the world flock to Iceland in the winter in search of the Aurora Borealis. The Northern Lights are a memorable site and everyone who has seen them will tell you why – they are completely mesmerizing. Given cloudless skies and a little bit of luck, sightings can occur from autumn to early spring. The locals say that the colder it is, the more vibrant and intense the colors will be. Swirling and swaying overhead, the Northern Lights are usually greenish yellow but white, red, and pink lights also frequently appear.

Reykjavik: Super Jeep Northern Lights Tour

4. Reykjavik: Super Jeep Northern Lights Tour

Don't miss the opportunity to see the Northern Lights during your winter stay in Iceland. Hunt down the aurora borealis and learn the science and folklore surrounding this unique phenomenon for a truly unforgettable experience. After getting picked up from your hotel in Reykjavik, hop in your super jeep and head to some of the most remote and hidden viewing locations that not even regular 4x4s can reach. The Northern Lights are an unpredictable natural phenomenon so sometimes it takes time and patience to find them. Maximize your experience with samples of typical Icelandic snacks. Try traditional Icelandic pastry, kleina, and liquor, Brennivín. Sit under warm wool blankets and sip on hot chocolate as you watch the lights dance above you before returning to Reykjavik.

From Reykjavik: Northern Lights Guided Tour with Photo Shoot

5. From Reykjavik: Northern Lights Guided Tour with Photo Shoot

Hunt for the aurora borealis on a guided group tour from Reykjavik. Witness the unique starry sky with the flash of light cutting across the Icelandic landscape. Curl up in warm blankets with hot chocolate and snacks. The journey will go outside of the city limits away from any light pollution as the northern lights are harder to see from Reykjavík. The end location is not pre-determined as it will depend on the cloud coverage and activity in the evening. The drive will be kept as short as possible and you might stop at several locations as the lights can be quite elusive. It is often a waiting game for this beautiful phenomenon, but it is always worth it. As you search for the aurora borealis, your guide will set up their camera for a free photo shoot of your group. Round off your night with a hot drink while stargazing in good company.

From Reykjavik: The Original 3.5 Hour Northern Lights Tour

6. From Reykjavik: The Original 3.5 Hour Northern Lights Tour

Join this mysterious trip on a dark winter’s night to search for the Northern Lights. This spectacular natural display can be witnessed at any time from the onset of the autumn darkness to the light nights of spring. Far from the glow of the city you will hunt for the magnificent Aurora Borealis – known as the Northern Lights. On a clear night you may be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights swirling in a wild and carefree dance across the sky in dramatic shapes, colors, patterns, and sizes. The expert tour guides will always check the weather forecast around the south-western part of Iceland before the tour begins. Using their experience and intuition, the tour guide will decide where to lead your journey to have the best chance of spotting the Northern Lights.

Pearl Tour Golden Circle Super Jeep Tour & Snowmobiling

7. Pearl Tour Golden Circle Super Jeep Tour & Snowmobiling

Begin your tour at Thingvellir National Park, one of Iceland‘s most significant historical sites. It‘s the home of the country's first parliament which was founded in 930 AD and is the oldest extant parliamentary institution in the world. From Thingvellir, head inland towards the highly active Geysir hot spring area, with it's boiling mud pits and spouting hot springs. Continue on to Gullfoss, one of Iceland's most powerful waterfalls. Located on the Hvítá river, the waterfall is fed by the Langjökull glacier and plummets down 32 meters in two stages into a rugged canyon. Top your day off with a drive towards Langjökull glacier, where you will drive a snowmobile and dash across the snowfields while gazing at the peaks and ice surrounding you. 

Reykjavik: Landmannalaugar Super-Jeep Tour

8. Reykjavik: Landmannalaugar Super-Jeep Tour

Uncover the natural beauty of Iceland on this jeep tour from Reykjavikl. See stunning waterfalls like Hjálparfoss and Haifoss. Admire lakes like Hnausapollur, Frostastadavatn, and Ljótipollur. View the Landmannalaugar lava fields and swim in a hot spring.  Begin your adventure with morning pickup from your Reykjavik hotel. Climb into your fully-equipped super jeep, specifically designed to navigate the rugged terrain of Iceland's wilderness. Travel to Thjórsárdalur, a green valley dotted with rivers, waterfalls, lava fields, and birch woods. Explore the two-tiered Hjálparfoss Waterfall, and hike down a to see the plunge pool, which is framed by lava structures and basalt formations. Drive to the deep blue crater lake called Hnausapollur, which makes for surreal photos. Continue to Frostastadavatn, another lake with lava flows that plunge directly into the water.  Head to Landmannalaugar to see the black lava flows running through the multicolored cryolite mountains. Take the walking path to the Brennisteinsfjöll volcano. Enjoy the vibrant colors of its dark lava fields, yellow sulfide, and green lichens. Take a relaxing dip in the thermal pool at the foot of the Laugahraun lava field. Make your way to the last stops at Haifoss, Iceland's third-highest waterfall, and Lake Ljótipollur, which is surrounded by dark-red crater walls. Return to your hotel in Reykjavik. 

From Reykjavik: Guided Exploration of Katla Glacier & Caves

9. From Reykjavik: Guided Exploration of Katla Glacier & Caves

Leave Reykjavik to discover the frozen wilderness of Iceland. Take a scenic drive to the coastal village of Vik, before going off-road in a jeep modified for icy conditions. Arrive at Katla glacier and walk across frozen water to venture into the ice caves. Venture south from Reykjavik to the coast of Iceland. Immerse yourself in the picturesque scenery as you drive, encountering waterfalls, black sand beaches, and breathtaking mountain backdrops. Catch a glimpse of Kekla in the distance, Iceland’s most active volcano. Visit the coastal village of Vik, hopefully not connected to any living Vikings, and get ready for the adventure to begin. Jump into your modified super jeep, capable of driving through anything. Experience the thrill of off-road travel to reach Katla glacier. Arrive in the wondrous icy wilderness and gear up to delve into the ice caves. Walk across the frozen water with provided crampons and find yourself beneath Katla glacier. Marvel at the way the light filters through the caves. 

Húsafell: Langjökulll Glacier Ice Cave & Northern Lights

10. Húsafell: Langjökulll Glacier Ice Cave & Northern Lights

Hop aboard a glacier truck and experience an ice cave from the inside. Enjoy the rare sight of blue ice at the heart of an ice cap glacier on this half-day trip.  Gear up in warm overalls and board a specially-modified glacier truck for the drive up to the cave entrance. Head inside the glacier with your guide. Marvel at the man-made tunnel. Look in wonder as ice is lit up from behind by glowing hues, allowing you to see the layers that have formed over many years. Walk with your guide through the glacier's corridors and learn about geology and the history of glaciers, including how they are formed and how they move. Then, stand at the top of the glacier to take advantage of the perfect spot to catch the Northern Lights in action.

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One to tick off the bucket list. This was a really great tour and we were lucky enough to see the lights not once but twice. Our tour guide Frank spotted them again on our return back to Reykjavik and decided on a second stop. Freezing cold so wrap up but definitely well worth it

Great Experience, not enough time and photos in the caves, that's a shame… Thanks to Siki and Chris for this moment, you are the best guides in Iceland! Cherine

Just wow.. Been allover the world and today was up there in the top 2 or 3 days ever. Just incredible.

Amazing Team, Amazing vehicle. It was perfect!!!! Super nice guide, excellent for families.

An unforgettable experience, something out of the ordinary. Very professional guides