ATV & Buggy Tours | Guide to Iceland

ATV & Buggy Tours
Take in Iceland's landscapes on adrenaline-pumping ATV and buggy tours. These excursions are designed for adventure, allowing you to enjoy unique sightseeing in many of the country's most beautiful areas.

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Frequently asked questions

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.

Do you need a motorcycle license?

No, it is sufficient to have a regular driver’s license.

Is a scooter license valid?

No, you need to have a valid driver’s license.

What is the minimum age for ATV & Buggy Tours?

A child as young as six years old can partake as a passenger.

Are there places to stop to take pictures on the way?

Yes, your guides will always make a few stops for pictures, and they are happy to take pictures of you on your ATV or buggy.

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 is permitted to drive, which could be on a beach or on private land where the land owner has granted permission.

Will the tour 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.

What equipment is provided? What do I need to bring?

You will receive warm overalls, a balaclava, a helmet and gloves. Please bring warm clothes and good shoes.

What's better, an ATV or a Buggy?

It depends on what you're looking for. For example, an ATV requires the rider to lean in against the handlebars, while a buggy allows the driver to ride from a sitting position.