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Frequently Asked Questions
About ATV & Buggy Tours in Iceland
ATV and Buggy Tours are excursions in which you operate a motorised four-wheel vehicle to explore a region. ATVs and Buggies seat two guests, and driving one yourself requires a valid driver’s license.
1. Do I need a driver license?
Yes, you need a valid driver’s license from your home country. You will sign a liability form before the tour stating that you possess a valid driver’s license.
2. I’ve seen ATV’s driving on a beach, isn’t off-road driving illegal in Iceland?
Yes, off-road driving is illegal. When on a tour, you will only be driving where the tour operator has a license or a permit to drive, which could be a beach close to the seashore where no vegetation is growing or somewhere on a private land with permission.
3. Do you need a motorcycle license?
No, it is sufficient to have a regular driver’s license.
4. Are there places to stop to take pictures on the way?
Yes, there are always a few stops for pictures, and the guides are happy to take pictures of you on your ATV/Buggy.
5. Is a scooter license valid?
No, you need to have a valid driver’s license.
6. Will it get cancelled if it rains?
No, Iceland’s weather is constantly changing, and the tour is only cancelled if there is a severe storm or dangerous weather conditions. If it gets cancelled, you will be notified by the operator.
7. What equipment is given to you? What do I need to bring?
You will receive warm overalls, a balaclava, a helmet and gloves. Please bring warm clothes and good shoes.
8. What is the minimum age for ATV & Buggy Tours?
Kids as young as 6 years old can be on the back as a passenger.