Experience the Thrills of a Buggy Safari to the Reykjavik Peak for Unforgettable Views of the Capital
Your route will take you along the picturesque Lake Hafravatn, offering a diverse range of terrains for an enjoyable experience. The highlight of the tour is the ascent to the summit of Reykjavik Peak Mountain, where you will be rewarded with stunning panoramic views of the Hengill mountain range, Hellisheiði geothermal power plant, Faxaflói Bay, the entire capital region, the Bláfjöll mountain range, and the iconic Esja mountain, known as Reykjavik's house mountain.
From basecamp, we take you along the lovely Lake Hafravatn and a variety of terrains to have fun on. Then it's onwards and upwards as you bike to the top of Reykjavik Peak Mountain – the high point of your journey. From there, you should be able to see the Hengill mountain range, Iceland's third most active volcanic system, together with Hellisheiði, the geothermal power plant for the capital area. A spectacular view over Faxaflói Bay and the capital region, Bláfjöll mountain range and Esja await you.
Customizable to Fit Your Schedule
Our Buggy Safari is the perfect choice for a half-day adventure and takes only two and a half hours with pickup and drop-off service.
The 9:00 AM tour with pickup and drop-off service will have you back at your hotel around 11:30 AM, allowing you to easily combine it with other activities such as caving, the Golden Circle, snorkelling, or even whale watching on the same day."
All prices listed are per person. For single riders, the single-rider option must be booked. To book the shared option, a minimum of two participants is required.
PICKUP DOWNTOWN IF NEEDED
We pick-up from all bus stops in downtown area. Should only be 3-5 minute walk from your hotel. Reykjavik city has made hotels a no-pickup zones for tourist.
Please check www.busstop.is to see what bus stop is closest to your hotel.
If you decide to drive your self. The basecamp is only 15 minutes from downtown Reykjavik!
*ATV/Buggy tracks are dependent on weather and trail conditions*