SNOWMOBILE & ICE CAVE TOUR | MEET ON LOCATION

From 42,000 ISK

This meet on location tour fits in two incredible experiences! Snowmobiling on top of a snow capped glacier and visiting a recently discovered ice cave. Nestled in the Golden Circle region of Iceland, this is an ideal half day excursion in the colder months. Your local guide will take you by super truck onto the mighty Langjökull icecap where you will swap onto a snowmobile to find a newly discovered ice cave.

PLEASE NOTE: This does not include pick up and drop off from Reykjavík. If you require transport, jump over to our Snowmobile & Ice Cave tour from Reykjavík

This tour is a total of 4 – 5 hours, which includes prep time, time to travel onto the ice cap and around 1 hour on the snowmobile riding across the glacier. You will then spend around 45 minutes exploring the icy surface and ice cave on foot.

The ice and snow beneath your feet (and snowmobile) is the main attraction today, but remember to look up too! This remote location invites spectacular views too. The full circle views of the highlands and nearby icecaps is something you’ll never forget. On a sunny day, you will be able to see Eiríksjökull Glacier (the highest mountain in west Iceland), Hofsjökull Glacier and the Kerlingafjöll Mountains. Incredible!

There are scheduled departures most days. You can choose between a shared ride or single ride occupancy. If you are interested in a more intimate experience, then you can drop us an email to learn about their private options.

Tour Highlights

OPERATES
Mid-October to late April*
(no ice cave in summer)

PICK UP TIME
Daily at 12:30 & 1:30

DURATION
4-5 hours

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY
Moderate
(full mobility required)

GROUP SIZE
Min 1 / Max 32**
16 snowmobiles

MINIMUM AGE
17 years old (drivers license)
8 years old (passenger)

Starting point
Skjól Base Camp

Price, adult
Shared ride

42,000 ISK per person

Price, adult
Single ride
50,500 ISK per person

*Snowmobiling is available year round, but ice cave conditions are variable. If there’s no availability for the month you are travelling, then check the Snowmobile tour from Reykjavík instead.
** On select days, more guests are added to the tour (max. 50). In these cases, additional guides are used to keep customer numbers within safe and enjoyable levels with the group often splitting up.

Included: Super truck trip onto the ice cap, 1 hour snowmobiling tour, Super jeep transfer to the snowmobiling base on the glacier and back, 45 minutes to 1 hour guided tour in the glacier area and ice cave, warm overalls, balaclava, gloves and helmet.
Excluded: Meals
Optional add on: Snowmobiling boots can be hired, you choose this in the booking process. Snowmobiling boots are 1,000 ISK per hire
Meet on location address: Skjól Camp Ground Kjoastadir, 801 Geysir, 35, Iceland

ATTENTION

You are required to hold a valid driving license (usually 17+) to operate a snowmobile.

Standard price includes a one-hour snowmobile ride sharing a two-person snowmobile. If you are solo traveller you must purchase a single ride ticket or upgrade before the tour is due to start.

Age limit for passengers is min. 8 years. Please consult if you are travelling with younger children.

GOOD TO KNOW

Appropriate layers are necessary to keep warm under the overall. Thermal wear, wool and fleece are recommended. Jeans are not suitable clothing; Waterproof shoes, warm socks and a warm sweater are recommended.

You can expect any kind of weather in Iceland, and your snowmobile tour might be cancelled with short notice due to weather. Just like us, our partners have your safety as their number one priority!

The timing and specifics for this tour can change depending on various factors, so this tour needs to be flexible and can run between 8 and 10 hours or more depending on road conditions.

This tour fills up most of the day so make sure to bring a pack lunch so that you are able to eat while on the glacier itself. The glacier base has access to purchasable coffee, tea and snacks but no substantial food options. Plan ahead.

This tour is operated by our friends at Amazing Tours.

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