Eastfjords Tours

Experience the majestic Eastfjords of Iceland with this diverse selection of tours, self-drive itineraries and multi-day vacation packages.
You will discover the region’s fantastical mountain peaks, sweeping fjord, herds of wild reindeer, quaint fishing villages and rugged coastlines.

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Eastfjords Tours

Experience the majestic Eastfjords of Iceland with this diverse selection of tours, self-drive itineraries and multi-day vacation packages.
You will discover the region’s fantastical mountain peaks, sweeping fjord, herds of wild reindeer, quaint fishing villages and rugged coastlines.
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11 Day Self Drive Tour | Ring Road & East Fjords

Explore all the best Iceland has to offer on this 11-day road trip! You'll drive the classic route of the Ring Road, visiting all of the major tourist attractions and natural wonders the country has to offer, with a few extra days enjoying the remote and intense beauty of the fjords in East Iceland.The best part of this trip is that you are in full control; you choose where to go and how long to spend at each place. Don't worry about waking up in time for the tour departure, or keeping strangers in a group with you happy; you can always take time for a longer hike, a few more photos, or one last cup of coffee.To make the travel even sweeter, you will always be travelling in full comfort with an ensuite bathroom and breakfast included. You can even add excursions and activities along the way through the booking system, so you can spend your time doing exactly what you like and leave the rest.For optional tours, you can choose to go snorkelling in the crystal clear waters of Silfra gorge; snowmobiling on Langjökull glacier; descending into the magma chamber of a volcano and an ice cave in a glacier; taking a boat to the icebergs of Jökulsárlon; glacier hiking over Skaftafellsjökull; horse-riding through the nature of the North; and whale watching from the whale watching capital of Europe, Húsavík.The opportunities are endless and you have the additional luxury of receiving discounted prices if you choose these extras as you book your self-drive. Escape having to pay more on the day and choose adventure now for the best value and promises of adventure!Although you can’t help running into a crowd at some of the most famous Icelandic attractions, you will be able to experience the isolated beauty for which this nation is renowned. You will receive a custom itinerary after you book, which will provide you with the perfect blend of popular sites and lesser-known, unique locations. This tour allows you to enjoy an incredibly diverse holiday that has something to suit all tastes.So book your self-drive trip now for 11 days of fun in Iceland! Check availability by choosing a date.
5
3 reviews
Duration:
11days
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Take To The Wild! | Horse Riding Tour in East Iceland

Join this exciting horse riding into the wild lands of East Iceland and experience nature at its best. This is the perfect tour opportunity for those guests looking to experience the Icelandic countrysides by one of the most authentic means possible, on the saddle, as well as all those looking to meet this country's most famous four-legged resident. Your tour will begin in east Iceland, at a peaceful hideaway, located right by the edge of the Highlands. This is the center point for tours in the region, as well as an active farm, home to sheep, dogs, and chickens. Here, you will be introduced to your friendly and experienced guide who will proceed to take you through the horse riding process step by step. Fear not if you've never ridden before—all of the guides are passionate and qualified, and Icelandic horses have a reputation for their reliability and docile nature. Horses are chosen out specifically for each rider, and you will be provided with all of the necessary riding gear for your trip. Icelandic horses hold a special place in the heart of the nation, having stood by the population through centuries of dark winters and social upheaval. Today, the isolation has kept the breed unique amongst horses, so much so that any horse that leaves the island can never return. Icelandic horses are known for their small, pony-like size, durability to the cold and their five unique tolts. When you are finally ready to begin your adventure, you'll clamber atop your noble steed and take off into some of the most beautiful countrysides in Iceland. With distant mountainscapes, trickling glacial rivers, cascading waterfalls and steep cliff sides, this will be a horse ride that you'll never forget. The pace of this tour is a gentle gallop, meaning you will have plenty of opportunities to sit back, relax and appreciate your gorgeous surroundings. As an added extra, most guests on this tour like to try their hand at the traditional cableway over the glacial river, Jökulsá, winching themselves across the water in what promises to be one of the most exhilarating segments of the trip.At the end of your trip, you will return to the farm from where you are welcome to try some authentic Icelandic food at our homestyle restaurant or set out to explore some of the regions' many picturesque hiking trails. The choice is yours.So don't delay any longer! Hurry now, and you too can experience the joys of horse riding through Iceland's gorgeous and eclectic countryside. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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2 reviews
Duration:
3hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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The Waterfall Trail | Hiking Day Tour in East Iceland

Come along on a hiking tour in the wilderness of Iceland with this fun-filled day tour and see the impressive waterfalls found in the glacial river Jökulsá. This is the perfect tour for those visiting East Iceland and want to get to know the stunning Icelandic nature.This tour starts a short drive away from Egilsstaðir town in East Iceland. You could also request to be picked up from your accommodations in East Iceland for an additional price. You will meet your guide at the edge of Northern Europe's largest wilderness, right next to the Jökulsá river.This long river boasts around 15 waterfalls, large and small. In fact, no other river in Iceland has as many waterfalls. The river’s vertical drop is also, impressively, around 600 meters in only 30 kilometresBefore the hike starts, you will experience the visually stunning Wilderness Exhibition, about life and travels in and around the wilderness. The exhibition is designed by artists, historians, and filmmakers to make you feel as if you are stepping right into the past and being immersed into the adventures of the wilderness. After you go through the exhibition, you head outside with your experienced guide to get a feeling for the wilderness first hand. The trail takes you to the abandoned farm of Kleif, and soon after you will catch sight of the lowest of the waterfalls. Those of you who are brave at heart can try your hand at winching themselves across the Jökulsá river in a renovated traditional cableway cart. These kind of carts were a vital mode of transportation across the river before road improvements made the remote farms more accessible, particularly in winter. As you walk along the glacier river, the beautiful falls begin to appear one after the other. As you continue, you will follow a marked trail through the woods of native birch. At last, the hike will take you to Laugarfell Highland Hostel. Once you reach the hostel, you can take a relaxing bath in an outside pool of warm geothermal spring water.Don't miss out on this chance to experience the East Iceland wilderness at it's very best.  Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Native Icelandic Adventure | Sheep Round-Up in East Iceland

September is the month when the farmers start to gather the sheep from the mountains where they roam free in summer. The sheep is brought home in an event called the Roundup, to Réttir, a structure created especially for this happening, where every farm can find their sheep by earmark or number.  This is one of the oldest traditions in Iceland, - and you'll get to join!On this three-day tour, you will stay at Álfheimar Country Hotel, in Borgarfjörður `Eystri,  a small fishing village surrounded by picturesque mountains. The local living program will give you the opportunity to taste the local food from the farmers and the fisherman and also get to know a little about life in the village, both today and in the near past. The area of Borgarfjörður Eystri is known for their spectacular mountain landscape and coastal area where most of the sheep will be found. You'll travel to the wilderness with the locals, while looking for the sheep, away from roads and hiking paths. And, as the roundups take place in September, the Northern lights might make an appearance in the night sky.This incredible off-the-grid, immersive cultural experience will give you a unique insight into Icelandic country living, and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join the natives in this yearly event. Come and experience the foundations of Icelandic culture in the romantic and exciting countryside of Borgarfjörður Eystri. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3days
Available:
Sep. - Oct.
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Magical Fjords & Mountains | 3-Day Hiking in East Iceland

Get away from the city life and escape to the Wilderness.This three-day east Iceland hiking tour, led by local guides, will turn your travel into veritable highlands experience. It is not only a hiking tour but a way to get to know a little about local living in a fishing village of only about one hundred inhabitants.This hiking tour is an active and unique experience with each day full of new adventures, and evenings of local cooking at Álfheimar Country Hotel. No dormitories or wet clothes, just warm and nice rooms and local hospitality. In this tour you'll get a taste of local living, getting closer to the roots of the people that inhabit one of the most rural areas of Iceland - the Eastfjords.This isolated region is considered to be the central province of the Hidden People, or the elves. Their queen resides in her fortress Álfaborg, just beside the village of Bakkagerði. The imposing Borgarfjörður Eystri mountains display the entire colour spectrum of volcanic rhyolite deposits. At their feet lies the ocean, with crashing waves and hordes of seabirds calling – a truly stunning location to visit.You will get to know local people in their homes and learn about their traditions and way of life while enjoying their hospitality, the fresh local food and their knowledge of the area. Come and listen to stories, explore nature, share the Icelandic passion for life and the land – and feel that you have become a part of it all.Grab your backpack and come along to experience nature at its purest. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
3days1hour
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Hiking with Elves | Borgarfjordur Eystri 5-Day Trekking Tour

Explore the remote east and join us on this 5-day hiking and trekking tour in Borgafjörður eystri fjord, east Iceland. This area is renowned for its gorgeous landscapes and serene atmosphere, due to its remote location. Colourful, imposing mountains slope down to the magnificent coastline, giving the vicinity of Borgarfjörður a natural beauty that makes many people consider it as one of the country´s prettiest areas. Bird watching is a frequent pastime on these routes, and side-tracks will take you to now-abandoned inlets that tell us the story of a past far removed from mobile phones and Google data.You'll join local guides and be part of local living in a small fishing village. If you love coastal walks and mountain atmosphere, then this is your dream tour. The trails in this hiking paradise include incredible day hikes such as Stórurð, Brúnavík and Breiðuvík. Borgarfjörður eystri is also a spiritual place to visit, and the area known for folklore and stories of the Hidden People, and the strength of Vættir, the spirits of the land. Each day you will be offered a hike, varying in length, but usually between five to seven hours.  The tempo will be relaxed, as the plan is not to be home early, but to enjoy the journey, and stop in different places to learn about the history and nature of the surroundings. Each day offers a new path, ranging from mountain roads to coastal walks, and each trail is tailored with heavy input from local farmers, making sure no hidden gem goes unvisited. Throughout your tour, you will be staying in Álfheimar Country Hotel, where you can relax in the evenings, and enjoy a true country atmosphere, and enjoy local culinary treats in the tiny on-site restaurant.Don't let this fantastic opportunity to get in touch with nature pass you by. Come and hike in the solitude of Borgarfjörður eystri. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
5days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Authentic Iceland | 2 Day Highlands Country Summer Experience

Come and dive into the Icelandic summer! On this tour, you will experience a compelling mix of activity, history and great food in an authentic environment. You will encounter fascinating nature, sleep in an authentic, renovated farmhouse, ride the friendly Icelandic horse, and feel the excitement while being hand-pulled across a glacial river in a cableway cart. You will also visit the nearby highlands with their beautiful mountains, deep canyons, lakes, and hot springs. Our kitchen will give you the experience of eating a home cooked meal made from locally sourced ingredients and traditional Icelandic food. While you wait for the meal, you can speak with your hosts as they prepare the food in an open kitchen.Our wilderness museum is a visually stunning, interactive experience. The experience extends both indoors and outdoors. It is designed by historians, filmmakers, and artists to make you feel like you are a part of the life and travels in and next to the extensive and intriguing Icelandic Wilderness.Active experiences are an integral part of this tour. Riding the Icelandic horse is a nature experience no one should miss out on. And to cross a glacier river in a cableway cart is a unique activity rooted in local history and tradition.   We will stop and visit our neighbour who has the last farm in Iceland to keep all their sheep in traditional hoses of turf and stone to this day.  After, we visit the Vatnajökull National park exhibition where you will learn about the environment and the nature of this highland national park. We also take a hike up towards the waterfalls Hengifoss and Litlanesfoss. It is a fairly easy walk and very rewarding. Besides the stunning waterfalls, we will also have a fabulous view over the surrounding valley. Make the most of your time in Iceland and book an authentic experience at the edge of Northern Europ's most extensive wilderness. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2days
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Circle of Iceland with Snaefellsnes Peninsula | 10-Day Winter Package

Circle the incredible country of Iceland in the depth of winter with this exciting package. Over ten days, you will take a guided circle tour of the highlights of Iceland, such as the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, the Lake Mývatn area, the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, and the Golden Circle. None who want to see the incredible landscapes of Iceland should overlook this opportunity.The guided tour comes with a clear itinerary, meaning you barely need to organise a thing. It is also conducted in a comfortable minibus, making your journey as cosy and intimate as possible and taking away any fears of driving on Iceland’s icy roads.Other than the 8 full days of guided adventure, all transfers and accommodation will be sorted for you, including the return airport transfer and 2 nights of stay in the capital. There are no hidden costs upon arrival; all arrangements are included in the price, as is the entrance to the Blue Lagoon. Joining this tour could not, therefore, be any easier.You will head counter-clockwise around Iceland, seeing its South Coast, Eastfjords, dramatic northern territories, and the incredible West, including the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Not only will you get to see Iceland’s most famous sites, but this package will take you to hidden places very few know about, so you can experience the vastness of the empty nature in peace.Furthermore, you can add adventure to the trip, by opting to take excursions while booking; it is possible to glacier hiking, whale watching, horse riding, lava caving, and to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime exploration of an ice cave. All these excursions are available to you at a special discounted rate, should you elect to add them to your holiday upon booking. By using this great opportunity, you can not only make your holiday even more magical but save money at the same time.  Of course, as you are travelling in winter, when the days are short and nights are long, this tour presents many opportunities for you to see the Northern Lights. Due to the fact that you will spend time traversing very remote areas throughout the dark hours, with little light pollution, your chances are even greater.Immerse yourself in Iceland, by seeing as much of it as possible over ten days. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
10days
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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12 Day Winter Package | Circle of Iceland & Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Experience the wonders of Iceland on this 12-day winter package that takes you to all the classic sites as well as some of the most enigmatic hidden treasures off the beaten track. This tour package is perfect for travellers that want to fully experience Iceland in winter without having to worry about driving the icy roads of the countryside. Seeing the country couldn't be easier. Prior to your arrival, your accommodations and transport to and from Keflavík International Airport will be sorted for you. Also included in this package is an 8-day guided tour of Iceland and a soak in the mineral-rich healing waters of the Blue Lagoon. Allow your experienced and friendly guides to take you along to witness volcanic terrains, idyllic coastal towns, majestic glaciers and mighty waterfalls, as you explore everything from the highlights of the South Coast to the desolate and snow-covered fjords of the East, and the versatile wonders of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.After you've circumferred the countryside, there will be no need to leave the shores of Iceland right away, since this package includes two additional free days in Reykjavík City with accommodation. That means you can explore the Northernmost capital in the world to your heart's content. There are also plenty of possibilities to make your already action-packed trip even more adventurous, as you have the option of adding additional excursions during the booking process. These include visiting an authentic ice cave, venturing into a lava tube, embarking on a glacier hike, going horse riding and whale watching, just to name a few!While circling the Ring Road, each night will be spent at a countryside accommodation. Your guides will do their very best to hunt down possible sightings of the elusive and hypnotic Northern Lights, the winter-phenomena that tops the bucket list of so many people.So sit back and get ready to experience all the wonders of the ring road in the intimate setting of a fully-equipped minibus. Don’t hesitate and book your winter adventure now! Check availability by choosing a date.
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17 reviews
Duration:
12days
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
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8-Day Winter Package | South Coast, Eastfjords & Lake Myvatn

Witness the marvels of Iceland in winter without worrying about planning or driving yourself. This immersive eight-day package incorporates a six-day tour, in which you will be guided in a comfortable minibus to incredible locations such as the Golden Circle, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the Eastfjords and Lake Mývatn.This package should appeal to anyone who is eager to see the beautiful sites and landscapes of Iceland, as well as those who seek to include some adventure on their holiday. In addition to sightseeing across the South, East and North of this amazing country, you have the chance to go horse riding or book glacier hiking and ice caving excursions to truly make the most of the opportunities that come with winter.Of course, as this tour is conducted in the winter you will also have plenty of chances to see the Northern Lights. You will be travelling in the dark hours to reach your destinations and often staying in rural hotels, giving you better odds of capturing the phenomenon than those who are just staying in the capital.Your accommodation in Iceland will all be sorted for you prior to arrival, as well as transfer to and from Keflavík International Airport. Also included in the price is a guided six-day tour, a flight from the northern town of Akureyri to Reykjavík, and admission to the Blue Lagoon. Do not miss this chance to see Iceland’s greatest sites in the winter. Check availability by choosing a date.
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9 reviews
Duration:
8days
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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Days of Darkness | 5 Day Winter Experience in East Iceland

This 5-day tour offers an authentic experience where nature meets with history and local culture. Enjoy the adventurous interactive exhibitions and hot springs, sleep in a museum, taste local delicacy and explore the wilderness with experienced guides. This tour will take you to the stunning Hengifoss waterfall, the most recognised attraction in East Iceland and during the hike you get the added benefit of seeing Litlanesfoss waterfall, surrounded by impressive basalt pillars. We will also search for the serpent monster living in lake Lagarfljót. At the Wilderness Center, the innermost farm of the valley, you will sleep in a museum and enjoy the meticulously crafted exhibitions that stretches through every nook and cranny of the premises, indoors and outdoors. The exhibition tells the story of life and travel in and next to Northern Europe’s most extensive wilderness. You will see impressive canyons, deserted highland plains, many beautiful waterfalls, and towering mountains. At Laugarfell highland hostel you will spend a night as well as enjoying their natural hot springs and listen to the adventures of past explorers of the wilderness. The tour has a great blend of adventure and culture. We will take you to Valþjófsstaður local church where we see an old silent film about the famous outlaw; Fjalla-Eyvindur, or Eyvindur of the Mountains. Afterwards, we hike to the abandoned farm of Kleif, and those who are adventurous at heart can experience the thrill of crossing a 50-meter-wide river canyon in a renovated cable ferry. During the entire tour, you will be enjoying locally sourced food and traditional Icelandic meals and snacks. On the 4th day, there will be a feast where locals and guests come together and prepare food from local ingredients and talk about Icelandic food traditions. On the last day the journey takes you to Akureyri visiting Möðrudalur highland farm. On the way, you will be treated to a view of the stunning Queen of the Icelandic mountains; Mt Herðubreið. Before reaching Akureyri, we also stop at Lake Mývatn and take a dip in the Geothermal Nature Baths and lastly stopping at Goðafoss waterfall. 
Duration:
5days
Available:
Oct. - Nov.
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Authentic Iceland - Winter

This tour offers a compelling mix of activity, history, mythology and great food in a traditional Icelandic environment. Experience the magnificent nature, ride the friendly Icelandic horse, sleep in an authentic, renovated farmhouse and feel your adrenaline flow while being hand-pulled across a glacial river in a cable trolley.Our wilderness museum is an enjoyable, visually stunning, interactive experience both indoors and outdoors designed by filmmakers, artists, and historians to give you the sensation that you are a part of the life and travels in and close to the extensive Icelandic Wilderness.In our kitchen, you will get the experience of eating a home cooked meal of locally sourced ingredients and traditional Icelandic food. While waiting for the meal you can speak with your hosts while they prepare the food in the open kitchen.We will visit our neighbor who has the last farm in Iceland to still keep all their sheep in traditional hoses of turf and stone. Afterward, we visit the Vatnajökull National park exhibition where you can learn about the environment and the nature of the area.The hike up towards the waterfalls Hengifoss and Litlanesfoss is fairly easy as well as rewarding. Besides the stunning waterfalls we will see, there is also a fabulous view over the surrounding valley. If the luck is with us, we may also find some reindeer on our journey of these two days. The reindeer in Iceland only live here in East Iceland and winter is the best time to see them.   On clear nights, you can also marvel at magnificent stars or northern lights from our uniquely primitive, yet well-equipped star observation hut. In the open roof hut, we will have wool blankets hot chocolate and a campfire to keep us warm and cozy while making use of a great telescope stargazing.
Duration:
2days
Available:
Oct. - Dec.
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Eastfjords Tours

Experience the majestic Eastfjords of Iceland with this diverse selection of tours, self-drive itineraries and multi-day vacation packages.
You will discover the region’s fantastical mountain peaks, sweeping fjord, herds of wild reindeer, quaint fishing villages and rugged coastlines.

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Eastfjords Tours

Experience the majestic Eastfjords of Iceland with this diverse selection of tours, self-drive itineraries and multi-day vacation packages.
You will discover the region’s fantastical mountain peaks, sweeping fjord, herds of wild reindeer, quaint fishing villages and rugged coastlines.
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11 Day Self Drive Tour | Ring Road & East Fjords

Explore all the best Iceland has to offer on this 11-day road trip! You'll drive the classic route of the Ring Road, visiting all of the major tourist attractions and natural wonders the country has to offer, with a few extra days enjoying the remote and intense beauty of the fjords in East Iceland.The best part of this trip is that you are in full control; you choose where to go and how long to spend at each place. Don't worry about waking up in time for the tour departure, or keeping strangers in a group with you happy; you can always take time for a longer hike, a few more photos, or one last cup of coffee.To make the travel even sweeter, you will always be travelling in full comfort with an ensuite bathroom and breakfast included. You can even add excursions and activities along the way through the booking system, so you can spend your time doing exactly what you like and leave the rest.For optional tours, you can choose to go snorkelling in the crystal clear waters of Silfra gorge; snowmobiling on Langjökull glacier; descending into the magma chamber of a volcano and an ice cave in a glacier; taking a boat to the icebergs of Jökulsárlon; glacier hiking over Skaftafellsjökull; horse-riding through the nature of the North; and whale watching from the whale watching capital of Europe, Húsavík.The opportunities are endless and you have the additional luxury of receiving discounted prices if you choose these extras as you book your self-drive. Escape having to pay more on the day and choose adventure now for the best value and promises of adventure!Although you can’t help running into a crowd at some of the most famous Icelandic attractions, you will be able to experience the isolated beauty for which this nation is renowned. You will receive a custom itinerary after you book, which will provide you with the perfect blend of popular sites and lesser-known, unique locations. This tour allows you to enjoy an incredibly diverse holiday that has something to suit all tastes.So book your self-drive trip now for 11 days of fun in Iceland! Check availability by choosing a date.
5
3 reviews
Duration:
11days
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Take To The Wild! | Horse Riding Tour in East Iceland

Join this exciting horse riding into the wild lands of East Iceland and experience nature at its best. This is the perfect tour opportunity for those guests looking to experience the Icelandic countrysides by one of the most authentic means possible, on the saddle, as well as all those looking to meet this country's most famous four-legged resident. Your tour will begin in east Iceland, at a peaceful hideaway, located right by the edge of the Highlands. This is the center point for tours in the region, as well as an active farm, home to sheep, dogs, and chickens. Here, you will be introduced to your friendly and experienced guide who will proceed to take you through the horse riding process step by step. Fear not if you've never ridden before—all of the guides are passionate and qualified, and Icelandic horses have a reputation for their reliability and docile nature. Horses are chosen out specifically for each rider, and you will be provided with all of the necessary riding gear for your trip. Icelandic horses hold a special place in the heart of the nation, having stood by the population through centuries of dark winters and social upheaval. Today, the isolation has kept the breed unique amongst horses, so much so that any horse that leaves the island can never return. Icelandic horses are known for their small, pony-like size, durability to the cold and their five unique tolts. When you are finally ready to begin your adventure, you'll clamber atop your noble steed and take off into some of the most beautiful countrysides in Iceland. With distant mountainscapes, trickling glacial rivers, cascading waterfalls and steep cliff sides, this will be a horse ride that you'll never forget. The pace of this tour is a gentle gallop, meaning you will have plenty of opportunities to sit back, relax and appreciate your gorgeous surroundings. As an added extra, most guests on this tour like to try their hand at the traditional cableway over the glacial river, Jökulsá, winching themselves across the water in what promises to be one of the most exhilarating segments of the trip.At the end of your trip, you will return to the farm from where you are welcome to try some authentic Icelandic food at our homestyle restaurant or set out to explore some of the regions' many picturesque hiking trails. The choice is yours.So don't delay any longer! Hurry now, and you too can experience the joys of horse riding through Iceland's gorgeous and eclectic countryside. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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2 reviews
Duration:
3hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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The Waterfall Trail | Hiking Day Tour in East Iceland

Come along on a hiking tour in the wilderness of Iceland with this fun-filled day tour and see the impressive waterfalls found in the glacial river Jökulsá. This is the perfect tour for those visiting East Iceland and want to get to know the stunning Icelandic nature.This tour starts a short drive away from Egilsstaðir town in East Iceland. You could also request to be picked up from your accommodations in East Iceland for an additional price. You will meet your guide at the edge of Northern Europe's largest wilderness, right next to the Jökulsá river.This long river boasts around 15 waterfalls, large and small. In fact, no other river in Iceland has as many waterfalls. The river’s vertical drop is also, impressively, around 600 meters in only 30 kilometresBefore the hike starts, you will experience the visually stunning Wilderness Exhibition, about life and travels in and around the wilderness. The exhibition is designed by artists, historians, and filmmakers to make you feel as if you are stepping right into the past and being immersed into the adventures of the wilderness. After you go through the exhibition, you head outside with your experienced guide to get a feeling for the wilderness first hand. The trail takes you to the abandoned farm of Kleif, and soon after you will catch sight of the lowest of the waterfalls. Those of you who are brave at heart can try your hand at winching themselves across the Jökulsá river in a renovated traditional cableway cart. These kind of carts were a vital mode of transportation across the river before road improvements made the remote farms more accessible, particularly in winter. As you walk along the glacier river, the beautiful falls begin to appear one after the other. As you continue, you will follow a marked trail through the woods of native birch. At last, the hike will take you to Laugarfell Highland Hostel. Once you reach the hostel, you can take a relaxing bath in an outside pool of warm geothermal spring water.Don't miss out on this chance to experience the East Iceland wilderness at it's very best.  Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Native Icelandic Adventure | Sheep Round-Up in East Iceland

September is the month when the farmers start to gather the sheep from the mountains where they roam free in summer. The sheep is brought home in an event called the Roundup, to Réttir, a structure created especially for this happening, where every farm can find their sheep by earmark or number.  This is one of the oldest traditions in Iceland, - and you'll get to join!On this three-day tour, you will stay at Álfheimar Country Hotel, in Borgarfjörður `Eystri,  a small fishing village surrounded by picturesque mountains. The local living program will give you the opportunity to taste the local food from the farmers and the fisherman and also get to know a little about life in the village, both today and in the near past. The area of Borgarfjörður Eystri is known for their spectacular mountain landscape and coastal area where most of the sheep will be found. You'll travel to the wilderness with the locals, while looking for the sheep, away from roads and hiking paths. And, as the roundups take place in September, the Northern lights might make an appearance in the night sky.This incredible off-the-grid, immersive cultural experience will give you a unique insight into Icelandic country living, and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join the natives in this yearly event. Come and experience the foundations of Icelandic culture in the romantic and exciting countryside of Borgarfjörður Eystri. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3days
Available:
Sep. - Oct.
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Magical Fjords & Mountains | 3-Day Hiking in East Iceland

Get away from the city life and escape to the Wilderness.This three-day east Iceland hiking tour, led by local guides, will turn your travel into veritable highlands experience. It is not only a hiking tour but a way to get to know a little about local living in a fishing village of only about one hundred inhabitants.This hiking tour is an active and unique experience with each day full of new adventures, and evenings of local cooking at Álfheimar Country Hotel. No dormitories or wet clothes, just warm and nice rooms and local hospitality. In this tour you'll get a taste of local living, getting closer to the roots of the people that inhabit one of the most rural areas of Iceland - the Eastfjords.This isolated region is considered to be the central province of the Hidden People, or the elves. Their queen resides in her fortress Álfaborg, just beside the village of Bakkagerði. The imposing Borgarfjörður Eystri mountains display the entire colour spectrum of volcanic rhyolite deposits. At their feet lies the ocean, with crashing waves and hordes of seabirds calling – a truly stunning location to visit.You will get to know local people in their homes and learn about their traditions and way of life while enjoying their hospitality, the fresh local food and their knowledge of the area. Come and listen to stories, explore nature, share the Icelandic passion for life and the land – and feel that you have become a part of it all.Grab your backpack and come along to experience nature at its purest. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
3days1hour
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Hiking with Elves | Borgarfjordur Eystri 5-Day Trekking Tour

Explore the remote east and join us on this 5-day hiking and trekking tour in Borgafjörður eystri fjord, east Iceland. This area is renowned for its gorgeous landscapes and serene atmosphere, due to its remote location. Colourful, imposing mountains slope down to the magnificent coastline, giving the vicinity of Borgarfjörður a natural beauty that makes many people consider it as one of the country´s prettiest areas. Bird watching is a frequent pastime on these routes, and side-tracks will take you to now-abandoned inlets that tell us the story of a past far removed from mobile phones and Google data.You'll join local guides and be part of local living in a small fishing village. If you love coastal walks and mountain atmosphere, then this is your dream tour. The trails in this hiking paradise include incredible day hikes such as Stórurð, Brúnavík and Breiðuvík. Borgarfjörður eystri is also a spiritual place to visit, and the area known for folklore and stories of the Hidden People, and the strength of Vættir, the spirits of the land. Each day you will be offered a hike, varying in length, but usually between five to seven hours.  The tempo will be relaxed, as the plan is not to be home early, but to enjoy the journey, and stop in different places to learn about the history and nature of the surroundings. Each day offers a new path, ranging from mountain roads to coastal walks, and each trail is tailored with heavy input from local farmers, making sure no hidden gem goes unvisited. Throughout your tour, you will be staying in Álfheimar Country Hotel, where you can relax in the evenings, and enjoy a true country atmosphere, and enjoy local culinary treats in the tiny on-site restaurant.Don't let this fantastic opportunity to get in touch with nature pass you by. Come and hike in the solitude of Borgarfjörður eystri. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
5days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Authentic Iceland | 2 Day Highlands Country Summer Experience

Come and dive into the Icelandic summer! On this tour, you will experience a compelling mix of activity, history and great food in an authentic environment. You will encounter fascinating nature, sleep in an authentic, renovated farmhouse, ride the friendly Icelandic horse, and feel the excitement while being hand-pulled across a glacial river in a cableway cart. You will also visit the nearby highlands with their beautiful mountains, deep canyons, lakes, and hot springs. Our kitchen will give you the experience of eating a home cooked meal made from locally sourced ingredients and traditional Icelandic food. While you wait for the meal, you can speak with your hosts as they prepare the food in an open kitchen.Our wilderness museum is a visually stunning, interactive experience. The experience extends both indoors and outdoors. It is designed by historians, filmmakers, and artists to make you feel like you are a part of the life and travels in and next to the extensive and intriguing Icelandic Wilderness.Active experiences are an integral part of this tour. Riding the Icelandic horse is a nature experience no one should miss out on. And to cross a glacier river in a cableway cart is a unique activity rooted in local history and tradition.   We will stop and visit our neighbour who has the last farm in Iceland to keep all their sheep in traditional hoses of turf and stone to this day.  After, we visit the Vatnajökull National park exhibition where you will learn about the environment and the nature of this highland national park. We also take a hike up towards the waterfalls Hengifoss and Litlanesfoss. It is a fairly easy walk and very rewarding. Besides the stunning waterfalls, we will also have a fabulous view over the surrounding valley. Make the most of your time in Iceland and book an authentic experience at the edge of Northern Europ's most extensive wilderness. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2days
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Circle of Iceland with Snaefellsnes Peninsula | 10-Day Winter Package

Circle the incredible country of Iceland in the depth of winter with this exciting package. Over ten days, you will take a guided circle tour of the highlights of Iceland, such as the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, the Lake Mývatn area, the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, and the Golden Circle. None who want to see the incredible landscapes of Iceland should overlook this opportunity.The guided tour comes with a clear itinerary, meaning you barely need to organise a thing. It is also conducted in a comfortable minibus, making your journey as cosy and intimate as possible and taking away any fears of driving on Iceland’s icy roads.Other than the 8 full days of guided adventure, all transfers and accommodation will be sorted for you, including the return airport transfer and 2 nights of stay in the capital. There are no hidden costs upon arrival; all arrangements are included in the price, as is the entrance to the Blue Lagoon. Joining this tour could not, therefore, be any easier.You will head counter-clockwise around Iceland, seeing its South Coast, Eastfjords, dramatic northern territories, and the incredible West, including the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Not only will you get to see Iceland’s most famous sites, but this package will take you to hidden places very few know about, so you can experience the vastness of the empty nature in peace.Furthermore, you can add adventure to the trip, by opting to take excursions while booking; it is possible to glacier hiking, whale watching, horse riding, lava caving, and to embark on a once-in-a-lifetime exploration of an ice cave. All these excursions are available to you at a special discounted rate, should you elect to add them to your holiday upon booking. By using this great opportunity, you can not only make your holiday even more magical but save money at the same time.  Of course, as you are travelling in winter, when the days are short and nights are long, this tour presents many opportunities for you to see the Northern Lights. Due to the fact that you will spend time traversing very remote areas throughout the dark hours, with little light pollution, your chances are even greater.Immerse yourself in Iceland, by seeing as much of it as possible over ten days. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
10days
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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12 Day Winter Package | Circle of Iceland & Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Experience the wonders of Iceland on this 12-day winter package that takes you to all the classic sites as well as some of the most enigmatic hidden treasures off the beaten track. This tour package is perfect for travellers that want to fully experience Iceland in winter without having to worry about driving the icy roads of the countryside. Seeing the country couldn't be easier. Prior to your arrival, your accommodations and transport to and from Keflavík International Airport will be sorted for you. Also included in this package is an 8-day guided tour of Iceland and a soak in the mineral-rich healing waters of the Blue Lagoon. Allow your experienced and friendly guides to take you along to witness volcanic terrains, idyllic coastal towns, majestic glaciers and mighty waterfalls, as you explore everything from the highlights of the South Coast to the desolate and snow-covered fjords of the East, and the versatile wonders of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.After you've circumferred the countryside, there will be no need to leave the shores of Iceland right away, since this package includes two additional free days in Reykjavík City with accommodation. That means you can explore the Northernmost capital in the world to your heart's content. There are also plenty of possibilities to make your already action-packed trip even more adventurous, as you have the option of adding additional excursions during the booking process. These include visiting an authentic ice cave, venturing into a lava tube, embarking on a glacier hike, going horse riding and whale watching, just to name a few!While circling the Ring Road, each night will be spent at a countryside accommodation. Your guides will do their very best to hunt down possible sightings of the elusive and hypnotic Northern Lights, the winter-phenomena that tops the bucket list of so many people.So sit back and get ready to experience all the wonders of the ring road in the intimate setting of a fully-equipped minibus. Don’t hesitate and book your winter adventure now! Check availability by choosing a date.
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17 reviews
Duration:
12days
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
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8-Day Winter Package | South Coast, Eastfjords & Lake Myvatn

Witness the marvels of Iceland in winter without worrying about planning or driving yourself. This immersive eight-day package incorporates a six-day tour, in which you will be guided in a comfortable minibus to incredible locations such as the Golden Circle, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the Eastfjords and Lake Mývatn.This package should appeal to anyone who is eager to see the beautiful sites and landscapes of Iceland, as well as those who seek to include some adventure on their holiday. In addition to sightseeing across the South, East and North of this amazing country, you have the chance to go horse riding or book glacier hiking and ice caving excursions to truly make the most of the opportunities that come with winter.Of course, as this tour is conducted in the winter you will also have plenty of chances to see the Northern Lights. You will be travelling in the dark hours to reach your destinations and often staying in rural hotels, giving you better odds of capturing the phenomenon than those who are just staying in the capital.Your accommodation in Iceland will all be sorted for you prior to arrival, as well as transfer to and from Keflavík International Airport. Also included in the price is a guided six-day tour, a flight from the northern town of Akureyri to Reykjavík, and admission to the Blue Lagoon. Do not miss this chance to see Iceland’s greatest sites in the winter. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8days
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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Days of Darkness | 5 Day Winter Experience in East Iceland

This 5-day tour offers an authentic experience where nature meets with history and local culture. Enjoy the adventurous interactive exhibitions and hot springs, sleep in a museum, taste local delicacy and explore the wilderness with experienced guides. This tour will take you to the stunning Hengifoss waterfall, the most recognised attraction in East Iceland and during the hike you get the added benefit of seeing Litlanesfoss waterfall, surrounded by impressive basalt pillars. We will also search for the serpent monster living in lake Lagarfljót. At the Wilderness Center, the innermost farm of the valley, you will sleep in a museum and enjoy the meticulously crafted exhibitions that stretches through every nook and cranny of the premises, indoors and outdoors. The exhibition tells the story of life and travel in and next to Northern Europe’s most extensive wilderness. You will see impressive canyons, deserted highland plains, many beautiful waterfalls, and towering mountains. At Laugarfell highland hostel you will spend a night as well as enjoying their natural hot springs and listen to the adventures of past explorers of the wilderness. The tour has a great blend of adventure and culture. We will take you to Valþjófsstaður local church where we see an old silent film about the famous outlaw; Fjalla-Eyvindur, or Eyvindur of the Mountains. Afterwards, we hike to the abandoned farm of Kleif, and those who are adventurous at heart can experience the thrill of crossing a 50-meter-wide river canyon in a renovated cable ferry. During the entire tour, you will be enjoying locally sourced food and traditional Icelandic meals and snacks. On the 4th day, there will be a feast where locals and guests come together and prepare food from local ingredients and talk about Icelandic food traditions. On the last day the journey takes you to Akureyri visiting Möðrudalur highland farm. On the way, you will be treated to a view of the stunning Queen of the Icelandic mountains; Mt Herðubreið. Before reaching Akureyri, we also stop at Lake Mývatn and take a dip in the Geothermal Nature Baths and lastly stopping at Goðafoss waterfall. 
Duration:
5days
Available:
Oct. - Nov.
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Authentic Iceland - Winter

This tour offers a compelling mix of activity, history, mythology and great food in a traditional Icelandic environment. Experience the magnificent nature, ride the friendly Icelandic horse, sleep in an authentic, renovated farmhouse and feel your adrenaline flow while being hand-pulled across a glacial river in a cable trolley.Our wilderness museum is an enjoyable, visually stunning, interactive experience both indoors and outdoors designed by filmmakers, artists, and historians to give you the sensation that you are a part of the life and travels in and close to the extensive Icelandic Wilderness.In our kitchen, you will get the experience of eating a home cooked meal of locally sourced ingredients and traditional Icelandic food. While waiting for the meal you can speak with your hosts while they prepare the food in the open kitchen.We will visit our neighbor who has the last farm in Iceland to still keep all their sheep in traditional hoses of turf and stone. Afterward, we visit the Vatnajökull National park exhibition where you can learn about the environment and the nature of the area.The hike up towards the waterfalls Hengifoss and Litlanesfoss is fairly easy as well as rewarding. Besides the stunning waterfalls we will see, there is also a fabulous view over the surrounding valley. If the luck is with us, we may also find some reindeer on our journey of these two days. The reindeer in Iceland only live here in East Iceland and winter is the best time to see them.   On clear nights, you can also marvel at magnificent stars or northern lights from our uniquely primitive, yet well-equipped star observation hut. In the open roof hut, we will have wool blankets hot chocolate and a campfire to keep us warm and cozy while making use of a great telescope stargazing.
Duration:
2days
Available:
Oct. - Dec.
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Eastfjords Tours

Experience the majestic Eastfjords of Iceland with this diverse selection of tours, self-drive itineraries and multi-day vacation packages.
You will discover the region’s fantastical mountain peaks, sweeping fjord, herds of wild reindeer, quaint fishing villages and rugged coastlines.

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Experience the majestic Eastfjords of Iceland with this diverse selection of tours, self-drive itineraries and multi-day vacation packages.
You will discover the region’s fantastical mountain peaks, sweeping fjord, herds of wild reindeer, quaint fishing villages and rugged coastlines.
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11 Day Self Drive Tour | Ring Road & East Fjords

Explore all the best Iceland has to offer on this 11-day road trip! You'll drive the classic route of the Ring Road, visiting all of the major tourist attractions and natural wonders the country has to offer, with a few extra days enjoying the remote and intense beauty of the fjords in East Iceland.The best part of this trip is that you are in full control; you choose where to go and how long to spend at each place. Don't worry about waking up in time for the tour departure, or keeping strangers in a group with you happy; you can always take time for a longer hike, a few more photos, or one last cup of coffee.To make the travel even sweeter, you will always be travelling in full comfort with an ensuite bathroom and breakfast included. You can even add excursions and activities along the way through the booking system, so you can spend your time doing exactly what you like and leave the rest.For optional tours, you can choose to go snorkelling in the crystal clear waters of Silfra gorge; snowmobiling on Langjökull glacier; descending into the magma chamber of a volcano and an ice cave in a glacier; taking a boat to the icebergs of Jökulsárlon; glacier hiking over Skaftafellsjökull; horse-riding through the nature of the North; and whale watching from the whale watching capital of Europe, Húsavík.The opportunities are endless and you have the additional luxury of receiving discounted prices if you choose these extras as you book your self-drive. Escape having to pay more on the day and choose adventure now for the best value and promises of adventure!Although you can’t help running into a crowd at some of the most famous Icelandic attractions, you will be able to experience the isolated beauty for which this nation is renowned. You will receive a custom itinerary after you book, which will provide you with the perfect blend of popular sites and lesser-known, unique locations. This tour allows you to enjoy an incredibly diverse holiday that has something to suit all tastes.So book your self-drive trip now for 11 days of fun in Iceland! Check availability by choosing a date.
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3 reviews
Duration:
11days
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Take To The Wild! | Horse Riding Tour in East Iceland

Join this exciting horse riding into the wild lands of East Iceland and experience nature at its best. This is the perfect tour opportunity for those guests looking to experience the Icelandic countrysides by one of the most authentic means possible, on the saddle, as well as all those looking to meet this country's most famous four-legged resident. Your tour will begin in east Iceland, at a peaceful hideaway, located right by the edge of the Highlands. This is the center point for tours in the region, as well as an active farm, home to sheep, dogs, and chickens. Here, you will be introduced to your friendly and experienced guide who will proceed to take you through the horse riding process step by step. Fear not if you've never ridden before—all of the guides are passionate and qualified, and Icelandic horses have a reputation for their reliability and docile nature. Horses are chosen out specifically for each rider, and you will be provided with all of the necessary riding gear for your trip. Icelandic horses hold a special place in the heart of the nation, having stood by the population through centuries of dark winters and social upheaval. Today, the isolation has kept the breed unique amongst horses, so much so that any horse that leaves the island can never return. Icelandic horses are known for their small, pony-like size, durability to the cold and their five unique tolts. When you are finally ready to begin your adventure, you'll clamber atop your noble steed and take off into some of the most beautiful countrysides in Iceland. With distant mountainscapes, trickling glacial rivers, cascading waterfalls and steep cliff sides, this will be a horse ride that you'll never forget. The pace of this tour is a gentle gallop, meaning you will have plenty of opportunities to sit back, relax and appreciate your gorgeous surroundings. As an added extra, most guests on this tour like to try their hand at the traditional cableway over the glacial river, Jökulsá, winching themselves across the water in what promises to be one of the most exhilarating segments of the trip.At the end of your trip, you will return to the farm from where you are welcome to try some authentic Icelandic food at our homestyle restaurant or set out to explore some of the regions' many picturesque hiking trails. The choice is yours.So don't delay any longer! Hurry now, and you too can experience the joys of horse riding through Iceland's gorgeous and eclectic countryside. Check availability by choosing a date. 
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Duration:
3hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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The Waterfall Trail | Hiking Day Tour in East Iceland

Come along on a hiking tour in the wilderness of Iceland with this fun-filled day tour and see the impressive waterfalls found in the glacial river Jökulsá. This is the perfect tour for those visiting East Iceland and want to get to know the stunning Icelandic nature.This tour starts a short drive away from Egilsstaðir town in East Iceland. You could also request to be picked up from your accommodations in East Iceland for an additional price. You will meet your guide at the edge of Northern Europe's largest wilderness, right next to the Jökulsá river.This long river boasts around 15 waterfalls, large and small. In fact, no other river in Iceland has as many waterfalls. The river’s vertical drop is also, impressively, around 600 meters in only 30 kilometresBefore the hike starts, you will experience the visually stunning Wilderness Exhibition, about life and travels in and around the wilderness. The exhibition is designed by artists, historians, and filmmakers to make you feel as if you are stepping right into the past and being immersed into the adventures of the wilderness. After you go through the exhibition, you head outside with your experienced guide to get a feeling for the wilderness first hand. The trail takes you to the abandoned farm of Kleif, and soon after you will catch sight of the lowest of the waterfalls. Those of you who are brave at heart can try your hand at winching themselves across the Jökulsá river in a renovated traditional cableway cart. These kind of carts were a vital mode of transportation across the river before road improvements made the remote farms more accessible, particularly in winter. As you walk along the glacier river, the beautiful falls begin to appear one after the other. As you continue, you will follow a marked trail through the woods of native birch. At last, the hike will take you to Laugarfell Highland Hostel. Once you reach the hostel, you can take a relaxing bath in an outside pool of warm geothermal spring water.Don't miss out on this chance to experience the East Iceland wilderness at it's very best.  Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
9.5hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Native Icelandic Adventure | Sheep Round-Up in East Iceland

September is the month when the farmers start to gather the sheep from the mountains where they roam free in summer. The sheep is brought home in an event called the Roundup, to Réttir, a structure created especially for this happening, where every farm can find their sheep by earmark or number.  This is one of the oldest traditions in Iceland, - and you'll get to join!On this three-day tour, you will stay at Álfheimar Country Hotel, in Borgarfjörður `Eystri,  a small fishing village surrounded by picturesque mountains. The local living program will give you the opportunity to taste the local food from the farmers and the fisherman and also get to know a little about life in the village, both today and in the near past. The area of Borgarfjörður Eystri is known for their spectacular mountain landscape and coastal area where most of the sheep will be found. You'll travel to the wilderness with the locals, while looking for the sheep, away from roads and hiking paths. And, as the roundups take place in September, the Northern lights might make an appearance in the night sky.This incredible off-the-grid, immersive cultural experience will give you a unique insight into Icelandic country living, and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join the natives in this yearly event. Come and experience the foundations of Icelandic culture in the romantic and exciting countryside of Borgarfjörður Eystri. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
3days
Available:
Sep. - Oct.
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Magical Fjords & Mountains | 3-Day Hiking in East Iceland

Get away from the city life and escape to the Wilderness.This three-day east Iceland hiking tour, led by local guides, will turn your travel into veritable highlands experience. It is not only a hiking tour but a way to get to know a little about local living in a fishing village of only about one hundred inhabitants.This hiking tour is an active and unique experience with each day full of new adventures, and evenings of local cooking at Álfheimar Country Hotel. No dormitories or wet clothes, just warm and nice rooms and local hospitality. In this tour you'll get a taste of local living, getting closer to the roots of the people that inhabit one of the most rural areas of Iceland - the Eastfjords.This isolated region is considered to be the central province of the Hidden People, or the elves. Their queen resides in her fortress Álfaborg, just beside the village of Bakkagerði. The imposing Borgarfjörður Eystri mountains display the entire colour spectrum of volcanic rhyolite deposits. At their feet lies the ocean, with crashing waves and hordes of seabirds calling – a truly stunning location to visit.You will get to know local people in their homes and learn about their traditions and way of life while enjoying their hospitality, the fresh local food and their knowledge of the area. Come and listen to stories, explore nature, share the Icelandic passion for life and the land – and feel that you have become a part of it all.Grab your backpack and come along to experience nature at its purest. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
3days1hour
Available:
May. - Sep.
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