Iceland's outdoor adventures await: rivers to raft, black sands to bike, great variations of mountains to hike, seas and lakes to explore.
Iceland has vast expanses of black sand beaches, 130 volcanoes, 10,000 waterfalls; geysers, 24 hours of daylight during the summer, and highlands affording 360° panoramic vistas of the island’s sublime landscape
Iceland is without doubt one of the most exciting locations in the world for nature photography. The landscape is dominated by wide open vistas, mountains, glaciers, black volcanic beaches, geothermal activity, and waterfalls. These majestic views are hard to find anywhere else in the world. It is also a place where millions of birds come to breed every summer, home to some of the largest bird colonies in Europe. Iceland borders the Arctic Circle and receives about 24 hours of daylight in the summer time, about 4 hours in the high winter.
Discover amazing scenery that will take your breath away: craggy mountains, raw nature, dirt and often wet weather, extreme off road conditions like you have dreamed of.
Destination photos by Karl Olafsson.
See Thingvellier, Arrive Trophy Lodge
Arrive at Keflavik airport and drive through the countryside to Thingvellir, walking down the main rift to discover this natural wonder of an international scale.
The day finishes at a private mountain resort beneath the Langjokull glacier. Enjoy a chef surprise 5-7 course dinner and watch the Northern Lights.
Geyser Gullfoss Super Jeep Tour
After a briefing at your hotel, proceed to the Geyser to see Strokkur, one of the most active geysers in teh area, which gave its name to all other erupting hot springs.
From there, visit one of the most impressive waterfalls in Europe, Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall). See thousands of tons of icy water thundering majestically down in a double-fall into a deep gorge from the glacier Langjokull.
Spend the afternoon off-road driving and snowmobiling on the interior highlands and glaciers.
Return to the lodge in the late afternoon for a gourmet dinner, watching the Northern Lights outside with a campfire and hot chocolate.
Helicopter Tour of the Volcanoes
Head into the heart of Iceland to see the big volcanoes, landing near massive craters such as Hekla or Eyjafjallajokull to have a look around.
The flightseeing tour continues to Thorsmork nature reserve, flying by waterfalls, outlet glaciers and a glacial lagoon.
Explore waterfalls, black sandy beaches, mountains and strange lava formations along the way with an ice walk on the Myrdalsjokull glacier.
Fly to the Blue Lagoon , a natural geothermal spa surrounded by a lava field and black sandy beaches. Swim in the comfort of the warm lagoon water.
The day concludes in the center of Reykjavik at your hotel with dinner out on the town.
ATV Safari and Caving
Transport to the ATV base camp where you depart for an ATV safari to explore the hidden underworld to see first hand the magical rock formations that volcanic eruptions have left behind.
The Leidarendi cave is a perfect example of an Icelandic lava tube, situated in one of the most active volcanic areas in the world.
Enjoy a catered lunch in the lava cave before returning to your hote in Reykjavik.
Reykavik city tour prior to departure for international flight.