Exhilarating 10-Hour ATV and River Rafting Combo Tour with Reykjavik Transfer

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Reykjavík, Iceland
10 hours
May - Sept.
Minimum age
11 years old


Experience the thrill of zooming across breathtaking landscapes on an ATV and trying white water rafting in one exciting day. Adventure seekers keen to enjoy two adrenaline-pumping activities amid Iceland’s stunning nature should book this 10-hour ATV and rafting tour now.

This unforgettable day starts with a pick-up from your chosen bus stop in downtown Reykjavik. Then your driver will take you to the starting point for the day’s first excursion, an ATV ride up Hafrafell mountain.

Your destination is just a short drive from the capital city, and once you arrive, an expert guide will conduct a safety briefing and show you how to operate the ATV. The vehicles are automatic and easy to use. Previous ATV experience isn’t necessary, but you will need a current driver’s license if you wish to drive.

Each ATV will have a passenger and a driver, or you can pay the single supplement if you wish to drive alone. ATV rides are usually suitable for passengers aged six and above. However, this is a combination tour, and the minimum age is 11 due to the rafting component.

Once everyone is wearing their safety gear, it’s time to begin the ATV ride, traversing rugged and picturesque trails alongside Lake Hafravatn. You’ll have lots of fun bumping along the path while enjoying your gorgeous surroundings.

Next, the trail takes you up Hafrafell mountain, where you can stop, take photos, and appreciate the brilliant views. Marvel at the sweeping vistas across the capital, surrounding mountain ranges, and Faxafloi bay before riding back down the mountain to the start point.

The ATV ride lasts about an hour, after which the driver will take you back to Reykjavik, where you’ll have time to grab a bite. Then you’ll board the bus at your designated stop, and the driver will take you to the river rafting start point.

This afternoon you’ll see Icelandic nature from a different angle while splashing through the white water of the Hvita river. Let the expert guide lead you 4.3 miles (seven kilometers) downstream on a ride that takes around 90 minutes.

The Hvita river boasts class two rapids, offering the perfect balance of fun and exhilaration. Don’t miss the opportunity to jump from a cliff into the river to make your excursion extra memorable.

Grab a beer and warm yourself up in the sauna and hot tubs after the rafting trip for the perfect finish to your day. The tour finishes when the bus driver drops you back in Reykjavik.

Get ready for the day trip of a lifetime combining thrill-seeking activities with pristine nature, when you book this full-day ATV and rafting tour from Reykjavik. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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 Pick-up and drop-off at designated Reykjavik bus stops
One-hour ATV ride
90-minute rafting trip on the Hvita river
Shower, sauna, and hot tubs after the rafting
All safety equipment for the ATV ride and rafting trip



What to bring

 Warm and waterproof outdoor clothing, including wool socks, gloves, and a warm sweater
Bathing suit and towel
Change of clothing
Current license if you plan to drive the ATV
Good outdoor shoes

Good to know

You have the option to add a meal to your ticket, available at the rafting base after your trip and before you head back to Reykjavik.

The river basecamp has various solutions that enable you to take photos while rafting. These include a special laminating machine for your camera, GoPro rental, or an option to purchase a waterproof disposable camera.

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