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4x4 Off-Road Tours

Hop on an exciting off-road trip to experience the best places Iceland's nature has to offer. Go into the highlands now on a 4x4 vehicle and discover attractions not available to the normal traveler.

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What is the best four-wheel drive off-road tours in Iceland?

One of the best four-wheel drive off-road tours in Iceland is an 11-hour Landmannalaugar super jeep tour that will introduce you to magnificent highland landscapes and far-flung hot springs, rated at an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars by 77 travelers. This small-group tour costs about 328 USD and is available from May to October. Another popular four-wheel drive off-road tour in Iceland will take you across beautiful landscapes for a once-in-a-lifetime ice caving trip under the Vatnajokull glacier, providing two adventures in one and rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 by 991 travelers. This winter trip lasts three hours and costs around 154 USD. This top-rated four-wheel drive off-road tour in Iceland is a three-hour super jeep journey up the slopes of Katla volcano, one of the most active peaks in the country, to partake in another ice caving experience, available throughout the year rated an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars by 92 travelers. The excursion costs approximately 142 USD.

What is the cheapest four-wheel drive off-road tour in Iceland?

One of the cheapest four-wheel drive off-road tours in Iceland is the three-hour trip that will take you into the depths of Vatnajokull National Park and includes an exploration of a crystal blue ice cave, rare features that only open in midwinter. The adventure costs about 154 USD and is rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 991 travelers. The second example of a cheap four-wheel-drive off-road tour in Iceland is a three-hour super jeep and snowmobiling combination, ascending an ice cap then racing across its magnificent slopes on an adrenaline-pumping excursion. This trip costs approximately 153 USD and is rated 4.7 out of 5 stars from 70 reviews. Another affordable four-wheel drive off-road tour in Iceland is a fast-track super jeep tour of the South Coast from Vik that also allows you to experience the beauty of an ice cave, this one on the peak of Katla, lasting three hours. This small-group tour costs 154 USD and is rated an average of 4.9 out of 5 stars by 41 travelers. 

How long do four-wheel drive off-road tours in Iceland last?

Off-road tours and packages in Iceland can last anywhere from three hours to four days. One of the shortest four-wheel drive off-road tours in Iceland is a three-hour super jeep ride on the slopes of the largest glacier in Europe, Vatnajokull, which provides a great perspective of the ice cap and stunning views of its surroundings. The longest four-wheel drive off-road tour in Iceland is the adventurous four-day summer tour of Iceland’s South Coast from Hvolsvollur, where you’ll explore popular sites and far-flung regions.

Do 4x4 off-road packages in Iceland provide hotel pickups?

Many four-wheel drive off-road packages pick up passengers from their accommodation in Reykjavik or other major towns. However, some use in-town meeting points instead or require you to meet your guides on location. This 7-hour super jeep exploration of the magnificent valley of Thorsmork, for example, starts at the South Iceland town of Hvolsvollur.

Is lunch usually included in four-wheel drive off-road tours from Reykjavik?

Though a few four-wheel drive off-road tours do make lunch stops, most ask passengers to pack food and bring it with them for the day. Since the Jeep tours usually take place in remote areas, it's important to check with the tour provider beforehand to ask if you need to bring food on the tour. Otherwise, it may be hard to find at your destination.