Meet us at Gullfoss for a snowmobile tour on Europe’s second largest ice cap!
The already best for price tour is now our Tour of the Month with a 15% discount!!!
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Book before May 31
Ride before June 30
We offer snowmobile tours for individuals and groups from our base camps at the east side of Langjökull glacier. This is a great choice for those who have their own transportation and want to top off the Golden Circle with something extra special. Our professional guides will take you on a snowmobile adventure in the Icelandic highlands, giving you the most amazing views of the majestic glacier and its surroundings.
We offer daily departures from Gullfoss Café where you can park your car and grab some lunch. Our monster truck will then take you up to Langjökull glacier. Driving through Iceland, a relatively new land compared to most of the world’s terrain is quite an adventure. Looking out the window, at the sparsely settled countryside with a few signs of commercial exploits is a rare sight for many visitors.
Once you arrive at our base camp, you will receive the appropriate equipment, such as helmets, overalls, overshoes, gloves and a hat. Our friendly and fun-loving guides will give you instructions on how to operate the snowmobile and go over the safety procedures before you ride off into the winter wonderland.
Our snowmobiles are double-riders and children are welcome to ride as passengers as long as they have reached the age of six.
Please note: The meeting point is at Gullfoss Cafe. A direct drive from Reykjavík to there takes about
1 hour and 40 minutes. Don’t forget to take in the sights on the way!
If you have a car suitable for mountain roads you can book this tour without the transfer from Gullfoss cafe during summer and fall and meet us at our base camp at the glacier. Please contact us for further information.
|MEETING TIME||10:00, 12:00 or 14:00|
|DURATION||1 hour snowmobile tour. 3 – 4 hours in total.*|
|WEAR||Layers and good shoes|
*Please note that delays can occur due to weather and environmental forces