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3 in 1 Bundled Discount Activity Tours with Snowmobiling, Glacier Hiking & Ice Caving

Visit an ice cave inside Mýrdalsjökull glacier with this fantastic tour combo.
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Explore in-depth three of Iceland’s glaciers with this fantastic discount tour bundle. Spice up your journey around Iceland with a thrilling snowmobile ride, exhilarating glacier hike, and a breathtaking trip to an ice cave, all without the hassle of organising each tour yourself. Those wanting to make their Icelandic holiday both exciting and memorable, and save a buck while doing so, should grab this chance now.

This discount combo of three different tours is ideal for those that are driving around the country on their own and want to infuse their self-drive trip with a spot of adventure. By booking this clever combo, three best selling glacier tours will be organised to best fit your holiday schedule, and you’ll get a 10% discount to boot. All you have to do is get to each the meeting point before the start of the tour and enjoy the adventure.

Over the course of three days, you will visit three of Iceland’s beautiful glaciers. As you explore the Golden Circle route, you'll hop on a super jeep at Gullfoss waterfall and take an exciting snowmobile ride on Langjökull glacier. From the village of Vík on the South Coast, you’ll be transported to an ice cave to explore the depths of Mýrdalsjökull glacier. And at Skaftafell Nature Reserve, you’ll go on a hike on top a glacier tongue of Vatnajökull glacier.

Make the most of your time and money and book this wallet-friendly combo now! Take part in the most popular and exciting glacier activities available in Iceland where you'll explore three of the country’s stunning ice caps. Check availability by choosing a date.


3-hour Snowmobile tour on Langjökull glacier
4-hour Katla Ice Cave tour
2.5-hour glacier hiking tour in Skaftafell
All safety equipment on tours
English speaking guide on tours


Glacier Hiking
Super Jeep
Ice Caving

Daily itinerary

Day 1
Snowmobiling is one of the most thrilling activities available in Iceland.

Snowmobile Adventure on Langjokull Glacier

Make your way to Gullfoss waterfall on the Golden Circle sightseeing route. This beautiful cascade is fed by Iceland’s second largest glacier, Langjökull, which you will visit today. From the parking lot at Gullfoss, you’ll meet your guide and board a large vehicle that will take you through the rugged Icelandic countryside to the snowmobile base camp.

Once there, you’ll be fitted with warm overalls, gloves and a helmet before you are given a lesson on how to operate your snowmobile. When you are all geared up and ready to go, you’ll mount your ride and begin speeding across the snow.

You’ll whiz across the slopes of Langjökull, racing across the powdery snow and zigzagging through the white expense while the adrenaline surges through your veins. After some time on the snowmobile, you’ll stop to take in the magnificent view of your surrounding frozen landscapes: the pure white hills and distant blue mountains.

After your ride, you’ll be taken back to Gullfoss waterfall where you can continue with your trip around Iceland.

Day 2
Stepping into an Icelandic ice cave is like stepping into an entirely different world.

Katla Ice Cave in Myrdalsjokull Glacier

As you travel along the South Coast, make a stop at the village of Vík, located near the beautiful black sand beach of Reynisfjara. At Vík, you will meet your guide, who will take you on a ride on a super jeep to Mýrdalsjökull glacier where you will visit an authentic ice cave.

Mýrdalsjökull is Iceland’s fourth largest glacier, and it sits on top of the volcano Katla. You don’t have to worry about Katla though, all volcanoes in Iceland are highly monitored. However, you will see evidence of past eruptions on the way, like black, volcanic sands and strange mountain shapes, and your guide will point those things out to you as well as tell you the legend of the Katla witch.

Once at the glacier, you will exit the vehicle, put on a helmet and crampons, and begin your short hike towards the ice cave. Due to the dark sand that surrounds you, the ice cave will seem like something out of a fantasy novel, like the entrance to hell or Mordor. Inside, however, are glistening ice walls of blue, white and grey. At some places, meltwater trickles down from the glacier, and when the sunlight hits it, a beautiful rainbow will emerge.

After exploring the cave, you will return to the super jeep, head back to Vík village and be on your way to your next adventure.

Day 3
Standing on top of an Icelandic glacier, you will, quite literally, feel 'on top of the world!'

Skaftafell Glacier Hike

Today, you’ll make your way to Skaftafell Nature Reserve, located in the beautiful Vatnajökull National Park, for an exhilarating glacier hike.

A stop at Skaftafell is a must for those travelling the South Coast as this is a beautiful area of stark contrasting scenery where black sands meet white glaciers. Visitors will find a wealth of natural attractions there along with fantastic panoramic views. Today, you will get an even better view than most visitors as you’ll scale a glacier tongue of the largest glacier in Europe, Vatnajökull.

At the information centre, you will meet your guide who will take you on a short drive to the glacier tongue. Once there, you’ll be given all safety equipment and learn the basics of glacier hiking before heading out to the ice.

Once on the glacier, you’ll witness the stunning scenery of the glacier as you hike on top of the blue and white ice which is streaked with black ash. Vatnajökull is part of the highest mountain range in Iceland, so you will have a great view of the beautiful Skaftafell area.

After enjoying the view and breathing in the crisp mountain air, you’ll begin your descent. Once back at the information centre, you’ll bid farewell to the guides and continue your journey around Iceland.

What to bring

Warm and waterproof clothes
Hiking Boots that reach over your ankles
Driver's license for the snowmobile tour

Good to know

The weather changes quickly in Iceland, so don't be caught unawares. It is always better to bring a sweater or dress in layers which you can remove if you are too warm.

Note that Icelandic roads and pavements can be slippery in the wintertime. We recommend you bring shoes with slip-resistant soles or ice-grip shoe covers if you are visiting in the winter. The covers can be purchased in most supermarkets and gas stations around the country.

Please note that this combo is 'meet on location', meaning you will have to make your own way to the meeting point for each tour.

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