Exciting 2-Hour Buggy Tour in Beautiful Landscapes from Hveradalir Near Reykjavik

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Buggy Iceland, Skíðaskálinn, Ölfus, Iceland
2 hours
All year
Minimum age
8 years old


Travel across Iceland's magnificent landscapes with an exciting two-hour buggy tour exploring the waterfalls and hot springs of the Hveradalir geothermal area near Reykjavik. This thrilling off-roading tour is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy an adrenaline rush while discovering Iceland's nature.

You'll start your adventure by going to the tour operator's base. It's approximately 20 miles (roughly 33 kilometers) from Reykjavik, so you can easily enjoy your buggy ride on an afternoon excursion from the capital city.

First, you'll meet your expert guide, who will review the safety guidelines for the buggy tour. Today's ride traverses wild terrains in a geothermal area of Iceland — the site is one of the warmest parts of the country. However, you'll be out in the open, so ensure you wear warm clothing. You should also wear sturdy hiking boots or shoes.

You'll receive an insulated coverall, a safety helmet, and a balaclava to ensure you're safe and warm during the ride. When you're fully equipped, you'll be ready to hit the road!

The buggies are available as solo rides or shared rides. Up to four riders can share one buggy. Everyone who wants to drive the buggy must present a valid international driver's license when checking in.

There's no better way to explore the wilderness of the Hveradalir valley than in a buggy. You race up and down hilly terrain, discovering hidden waterfalls, hot springs, and gorgeous flora and fauna.

As you marvel at the scenery surrounding you, you'll enjoy the thrill of a buggy ride. Buggies are the perfect vehicle for exploring Iceland's rough terrain, as they can handle steep inclines with no problem. These are some of the most powerful buggies available to drive in Iceland, meaning you'll be able to speed through the area as fast as you dare.

You'll also have plenty of opportunities to stop at various scenic points to take some photos.

Hveradalir is home to hot springs, waterfalls, cliffs, gorges, and other beautiful landscapes, and you'll get to see some of the most beautiful sights in the area.

After two hours of fun, you'll return to base camp — a beautiful ski lodge with a small menu for visitors to order food. It's a great place to have something to eat and learn more about the geothermal power of Iceland. Or, drive back to Reykjavik to continue your day of adventure and sightseeing.

Don't miss your chance to visit a geothermal area of Iceland with an exhilarating buggy ride. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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Expert, English-speaking guide
Two-hour buggy ride in the Hveradalir geothermal area
Insulated overalls



What to bring

Sturdy outdoor shoes
Warm, waterproof clothing, including socks and a scarf
Fully charged camera

Good to know

A valid international driver's license is required for every participant who wants to drive the buggy. Children and other visitors without a driver's license may ride in as passengers.

There are two-person and four-person buggies available.

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