Ice Cave, Snowmobile & Secret Lagoon
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Ice Cave, Snowmobile & Secret Lagoon

Ice Cave, Snowmobile & Secret Lagoon

All year
Day Tour
9-10 hours
08:30 – 09:00
Price from
41.500 ISK

A different kind of a Super Jeep Tour from Reykjavik with a snowmobile ride, Glacier Ice Cave visit and ends with a dip in the Secret Lagoon.


Discover Iceland‘s hot and cool secrets.

On this incredible tour, you will experience the most indisputable activities Iceland can offer. Snowmobile on a glacier, visit a Glacier Ice Cave and relax in a geothermal hot lagoon.

We begin with picking you up in Reykjavík. From there we drive you straight to the glacier. We then take a snowmobile trip, from our glacier hut, towards Iceland’s second-largest glacier. 400 square kilometers of solid Ice with the highlands of Iceland on your rearview mirror. Midway our snowmobile tour we make a stop and take a look inside the Glacier inside our new Glacier Ice Cave.

When the snowmobiling trip is over we take you to the Secret Lagoon in Flúðir. The Secret Lagoon is an unfiltered pool from a natural geothermal spring. The pool is filled with minerals and salts which are good for your skin. The lagoon offers new facilities with segregated showers for the sexes. Please remember to bring our bathing suit.

Mountaineers Equipment Provid

  • Pick up from hotels/guesthouses in Reykjavik and various Bus Stops
  • Access to the Secret Lagoon and towels
  • Remember to bring your own bathing suit
  • Access to the ice cave
  • Timings may be delayed or canceled due to weather and road conditions.
  • 2 persons share the same snowmobile, single person per vehicle at extra cost
  • Age limit is 6 years
  • Only one child is permitted per adult on this tour
  • Dress according to the weather. In Iceland it is always smart to dress in warm, waterproof clothes, weather changes can sudden so expect the unexpected.


  • Tip: Upgrade your tour to “Single Rider” for 6500 ISK  for more private driving on the glacier.
  • The ride on the monster truck is an adventure of its own, so enjoy the moods of Mountaineers.
  • Good outdoor clothing & shoes are recommended
  • Bathing suit
  • Smiles and good spirits


Glacier snowmobiling

Starting the day off early with a Reykjavik pickup of you desire based on your accommodation of choice or one of Reykjavik’s bus stops, driving out of the city and through the Geysir Hot Spring area with its boiling mud pits and spouting hot springs, we head straight toward Langjökull Glacier for a snowmobile tour. The surrounding snowfields will take your breath away while you enjoy the thrill of dashing across Europe’s second-largest glacier on a snowmobile. To top all that we then head inside the Glacier into our very own Glacier Ice Cave. An amazing experience to take a look into the 400-year-old Ice that sits on the outskirts of Langjökull Glacier.

Secret Lagoon

After a thrilling ride to the glacier, there is probably nothing more relaxing and body warming then taking a dip in one of Iceland’s most loved geothermal pool. We’ll take you near the small village of Flúðir where we will ease into a secret outdoor lagoon, a natural hot spring, for a luxurious bath to soothe all our cares away.

The Secret Lagoon offers brand new facilities next to the hot spring with segregated showers for women and men, bar and eating area. Please note that they do not serve food daily, but offer snacks and drinks for purchase. The entry fee to the Lagoon is included in our tour price.

Secret Lagoon natural hot springs are located in a small village called Fludir and are in the Golden Circle area. It has been kept natural and unique for guests so they can get the true Icelandic feeling. The pool’s natural surroundings and steam rising into the air gives the place a magical feeling. The warm water stays at 38-40 Celsius all year. In the whole area, there are several geothermal spots and a little Geysir which erupts every 5 minutes, showing off for the guests relaxing in the hot spring. During winter, the northern lights often give a great light show above Secret Lagoon. What better way to view the spectacular light show overhead than relaxing in the pool’s warm water?

Around the Secret Lagoon, you´ll find several Hot Spots and pathways to take a better look into the surroundings.

Meeting point

We can pick you up from several Bus Stops and accommodations around Reykjavík. Note that the pick up starts 30 minutes before departure.

Bus Terminal Reykjavik, Reykjavík, Iceland

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Varnir gegn smitsjúkdómum.


Okkur hjá Mountaineers of Iceland er mjög hugað að öryggi og heilsu starfsmanna og viðskiptavina okkar.  Það er okkur mjög mikilvægt að halda öllu hreinu hjá okkur.  Í einu og öllu förum við eftir hreinlætisplani sem er í öryggisáætlun okkar og tilmælum Landlæknis er varðar hreinlæti.

Þar af leiðandi höfum við gripið til þessa ráðstafanna vegna Covid-19 og annarra sambærilegra smitsjúkdóma:

- Áður en sest er upp í faratæki okkar þurfa allir að sótthreinsa á sér hendurnar. Einnig áður en komið er í starfsstöðvar okkar við Langjökul til að klæða sig í viðeigandi fatnað.
- Viðskiptavinir fá allir hrein buff (höfuðklúta) til þess að fyrirbyggja snertingu við hjálma.
- Við reynum eftir bestu getu að tryggja að það sé 2 metrar á milli viðskiptavina. Við biðjum einnig viðskiptavini okkar að virða 2 metra regluna.

Allir snertifletir eru þrifnir nokkrum sinnum á dag og einnig eru gallarnir og hjálmarnir spreyjaðir með hreinsiefni eftir notkun með efni sem heitir Virkon. Það er sótthreinsandi efni og drepur alla sýkla sem það kemst í snertingu við. Buffin og hanskarnir eru svo þrifin í lok dag og einungis notuð einu sinni á dag til að koma í veg fyrir smit.

Gestir/viðskiptavinir mega ekki koma í skála hjá okkur né skipulagðar ferðir ef þeir eru í sóttkví eða heimkomusmitgát. Eru í einangrun (einnig meðan beðið er niðurstöðu sýnatöku). Hafa verið í einangrun vegna COVID-19 smits og ekki eru liðnir 14 dagar frá útskrift. Eru með einkenni (Kvef, hósta, hita, höfuðverk, beinverki þreytu, kviðverki, niðurgang o.fl)


We at Mountaineers of Iceland are very concerned about the safety and health of our employees and our customers. It is very important for us to keep everything clean. All in all, we follow a hygiene plan that is in our safety plan and the recommendation of the Medical Director of Health regarding hygiene.
As a result, we have taken these measures for Covid-19 and other comparable infectious diseases:

- Before settling into our vehicles, everyone needs to disinfect their hands. Also before coming to our local offices at Langjökull to dress in appropriate clothing.
- Customers are all given a clean buff (headscarf) to prevent helmet contact.
- We try our best to ensure that it is 2 meters between customers. We also ask our clients to respect the 2-meter rule.

All contact surfaces are cleaned several times a day and also the overalls and helmets are sprayed with detergent after use with a substance called Virkon. It is an antiseptic and kills any germs it comes into contact with. The scarves and gloves are then cleaned at the end of the day and used only once a day to prevent infection.

Visitors are not allowed in our mountain huts or on our organized tours if they are in quarantine or taking special precautions after border screening. Are in isolation (also while waiting for results). Have undergone quarantine for COVID-19 with less than 14 days from discharge. Have flue like symptoms (colds, cough, fever, head ace, bone ace, fatigue, abdominal pain, diarrhea etc).