While the south of Iceland is certainly spectacular when viewed from ground-level, nothing beats experiencing it from above! Try snowmobiling on the beautiful Mýrdalsjökull glacier - an icecap covering one of Iceland’s largest volcanoes, Katla. Explore and experience the wilderness and, weather permitting, take in the breathtaking views over south Iceland.
• 2 hours
This glacier walk is a fantastic adventure where you can experience for yourself what it feels like to walk on ice. Walk on Sólheimajökull glacier (a part of the Mýrdalsjökull ice cap) in the south of Iceland, nearby Skógar and Vík. You will experience this unique environment and its amazing terrain including crevasses, sink holes and ice ridges. Sólheimajökull is the southernmost glacier in Iceland, the ice is up to about 200 meters thick and the total size with the ice cap Mýrdalsjökull is about 600 km2. The tour lasts around 3 hours in total, including the walk from the base to the glacier and back.
• 3 hours
Enjoy a 3.5-hour glacier walk on Sólheimajökull glacier in South Iceland. Overlook beautiful views of the glacier, such as deep crevasses, water cauldrons and natural ice sculptures with a highly trained and knowledgeable guide. Choose between multiple departure times to learn about the glaciers and their effects on landscape during your walk. This tour includes all technical equipment, which is supplied by Icelandic Mountain Guides.
• 3.5 hours
On this tour you can get in touch with the raw black lava sand landscape by the south coast. Unforgettable experience of conflicting landscapes where the nature envelops the traveller in its warm embrace.
• 2 hours
Grab your hiking boots and get ready, because you’re going to hike Sólheimajökull glacier in southern Iceland on this 3 hour, small-group tour. This is a comprehensive glacier tour, where you’ll learn about these massive natural phenomena from your guide and be provided with all the necessary equipment to get some exercise in full comfort and safety.
• 3 hours
Grab your hiking boots and get ready, because you’re going to hike and climb Sólheimajökull glacier in southern Iceland. This is a comprehensive glacier tour, where you’ll learn about these massive natural phenomena from your guide and be provided with all the necessary equipment to get some exercise in full comfort and safety. You will also learn the basics of ice climbing and climb the vertical crevasse walls of Sólheimajökull glacier. A maximum of 12 participants can book this tour.
• 4 hours
Paragliding in Vík í Mýrdal on the South Coast of Iceland, with astounding views! Glaciers, Black sand beaches, vibrant green moss spreads and blue waters as far as the eye can see. This is the landscape of Game of Thrones and it's even more spectacular from above.Paragliding is the simplest and purest form of flying available to man. As a tandem passenger you need no prior knowledge, simply join the expert Paragliding Tandem Instructors and experience the world from a new and exciting perspective. Once the Paraglider is inflated and safety checks are done, together with your pilot you take a few steps down a slope until you are walking on air! The Paraglider has no motor and uses the flowing air to glide above the ground with the other birds. Be prepared to have your mind blown!
• 2 hours
A 2.5 hour kayak tour on the lagoon in front of Sólheimajökull Glacier. A whole new perspective on the ever changing glacial landscape.
• 2.5 hours
On our Glacier Lagoon day tour we'll go for a drive along the South coast of Iceland heading to Europes largest glacier; Vatnajökull. Vatnajökull is the largest ice cap in Iceland, covering more than 8 percent of the country. In total Vatnajökull covers 8,100 km2 (3,100 sq mi) which is about the size of Delaware! As we arrive to Vatnajökull National Park you'll start to feel the true force of nature, which becomes parent when we reach the large glacial lake Jökulsárlón on the south-east corner of Vatnajökull National Park. The lagoon developed after the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier started receding around the 1930s. The lagoon has grown since then at varying rates because of the melting of the glaciers. Don't miss an opportunity to witness the true force of nature.
• 10 hours
Amazing Super Jeep tour. See the breathtaking Fjaðrárgjlúfur Canyon and the beautiful Fagrifoss Waterfall. We will also explore the Craters of Landbrotshólar pseudo-craters, a lesser-known parts of Iceland's south. This 3 hours excursion is perfect for those who want to connect with nature far from any tourist crowds but do not have the time to take the full day tour. Your guide will pick you up in his Super Jeep, and whisk you into a remote region that few get the chance to access; the road goes over bumpy trails and across deep rivers, making for an exciting journey. Don't miss this alternative tour to some lesser-known, but spectacular sites in Iceland's South.
• 3 hours