Adventure Tours

Adventure Tours

With an unmatched wealth of great glaciers, raging rivers, snow-capped mountains and electric blue ice caves, there are endless adventure opportunities in Iceland. Adventure tours allow you to push to your limits within the incredible natural landscapes that make this country famous.

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Frequently asked questions

Which adventures are safest to do during COVID-19?

Giving yourself space from others seems to be a pivotal piece to the safety measures of COVID-19. Although indoor activities are still operating under the Icelandic health authorities’ guidance, outdoor activities with fresh air may be a better option during COVID-19. 

How will we get to our adventure if COVID-19 is limiting big groups?

Tour companies are still transporting people. They have just reduced the number of people allowed on tour. Frequently touched surfaces are sanitized regularly, and masks are worn if you cannot maintain a 2-meter distance. If you aren’t comfortable traveling with a group, there is always an option to book a private tour or a self-driving tour. 

When is the best time of the year for adventure tours?

This depends on what adventures you want to take. Northern lights hunts and ice cave explorations only go on during winter, whereas rafting, highland hikes and some glaciers are only accessible during summer.

I’m looking for an adventure, what do you recommend?

This depends on your fitness, age, interests and time in Iceland. Browse the choices above or contact us via info@guidetoiceland.is

What adrenaline tours are there in Iceland?

Tours such as snowmobiling, ATVs, glacier hiking, dog-sledging and snorkelling are known for being particularly adrenaline-pumping.