2 day Volcano Garden Expedition ATV / Quad tour
The 2 day expedition tour is for the real adventurer. It’s by many considered the best combination to experience the powerful nature in our volcano garden “Reykjanes”.
Our area offers numerous fun ATV paths with interesting sightseeing points, mind-blowing panorama views from various mountain tops if you are up for the task. Our guides are all highly experienced in this area, during our free time we go out there on our own ATV’s and still to this date we’re discovering cool paths. on this tour our goal is to take you where we go in our free time! It doesn’t matter if you are new to the ATV world or experienced, we tailor the itinerary around you!
This is going to be adventure of your life this amazing two day adventures takes on a journey around moonscape Reykjanes peninsula volcanic Lava, black sandy beaches, volcanos, hot springs and much more that most people can only dream about note this is not on the average bus tour roads!
- Available: All year
- Duration: 14 hours
- Activities: ATV, Sightseeing
- Difficulty: Moderate
- Minimum age: 17 years old
- Languages: English
Kleifarvatn is the largest lake on the Reykjanes peninsula in Southwest Iceland, 9,1 km², as well as one of Iceland's deepest lakes, reaching a depth of 97 meters. It lies on the fizzure sone of the Mid-Atlantic ridge.
Kleifarvatn is is located in the southern part of Reykjanes, near the Krysuvik geothermal area and another geothermal area to the east. Following an earthquake in 2000 the lake started receding but has now recovered. However, steam may still be seen rising by the lake's border. The steam comes from hot springs that were revealed during the earthquake.
The crime novel Kleifarvatn by Icelandic author Arnaldur Indridason was named after this lake.
Starting time : Flexible
2 Days on the ATV´s (6-7 hours each day) accommodation at Hotel (twin room) Pick-up in Reykjavík or Keflavík and also drop off after the tour Breakfast x1, lunch x2,
What to bring:
We hava all gear for you but you can bring your own gear if you want.