Snowmobile & Ice Cave Tour

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✔ Ice Cave Tour

✔ Snowmobile Tour

✔ Langjokull glacier summit

✔ Gear: Overalls, helmets, balaclavas, gloves

✔ Pickup & return transfer from your Reykjavík Hotel or bus stop, (please check if your hotel is listed to a bus stop)



✔ Good outdoors shoes

✔ Outdoor clothes suitable for the weather conditions

✔ Adventurous spirit!


 Children 8-16 years get a 25% discount.

The tracks are dependent on weather and trail conditions on the glacier.

All tours are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. The Operator does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions.
Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that our activities carry an inherent risk.
Weight limit 140 KG per person – combined weight per snowmobile 220 KG

Tour Details


8 - 10hrs


Departures everyday: 08:00 & 11:45


All Year


Driver's license and 8 years of age to sit behind on the ATV


Warm clothes and jacket.
You can rent snowmobile boots.

Trip Difficulty:



✔ Ice Cave Tour
✔ Snowmobile Tour
✔ Langjokull glacier summit
✔ Gear: Overalls, helmets, balaclavas, gloves

Snowmobiling & Ice Cave tour

Your adventures will begin when you are picked up by the snowmobile operator at the arranged time. Depending on the option you chose on your tour. You will be picked up in Reykjavik then you will head to Gullfoss Cafe and head up to Langjokull Glacier. Iceland’s second largest glacier. in the Icelandic Highlands in our super truck. On a clear day, the views are incredible. You will be able to see Eiríksjökull Glacier (the highest mountain in west Iceland), Hofsjökull Glacier and the Kerlingafjöll Mountains.

Your certified glacier guide will provide overalls, helmet and all the gear you need, give you a safety briefing and a few straightforward snowmobile driving instructions. You are then ready to ride – driving a snowmobile is easy but feel free to ask any questions before you roar off. Your stunning 1-hour snowmobile ride will take you across Langjökull Glacier, the second largest glacier in Iceland, rising to 1450 m above sea level. Feel your excitement and adrenaline soar! Your snowmobile tour on Langjökull will feel like a magic carpet chase across the roof of majestic white land. Langjökull is known as ‘The White Glacier’, glaciers are predominately white but Langjökull is just so incredibly white. Make the most of the journey but feel your spine tingle in anticipation as you approach the natural ice cave – you will not be disappointed.

Before winter comes our glacier guides begin their exciting search for the new Langjökull Ice Cave. All ice caves are really special but some are more special than others! This year our Langjökull Ice Cave is a totally spellbinding stunner – we can absolutely promise you that this is the best ice cave yet. Remember, this is ‘The White Glacier’, well, our Ice Cave displays the most amazing bright jewel blue ice imaginable. The ice-ceiling above you resembles a brilliant blue river, the ice is so exceptionally translucent, it seems as though you are surrounded by pure blue-hued quartz crystal jewels. The ice around this ‘blue river´ is white, bearing very unusual subtle gray ‘zebra striping’, formed from the ash layers of various volcanic eruptions. You get about 15 minutes to explore and photograph the cave and to enjoy the rare and precious crystalline blue beauty of this amazing natural ice cavern.

Outside, your trusty snowmobile is waiting, ready to skim you across Langjökull to our Snowmobile Base Camp.

Please note: Two people ride each snowmobile. If you are on your own or you wish to ride solo you need to book this and pay an upgrade. All snowmobile drivers need to bring a valid Driving License.

What to bring: Warm underlayers weatherproof top layer, headgear, gloves, scarves and sturdy hiking shoes. Warm overalls are provided.
We recommend that you bring a packed lunch along as well.


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NOTE: You must use the "Single ride extra" to include how many will be riding solo on a bike (if any).