Snowmobile and Ice Cave Tour in Iceland
Snowmobile and Ice Cave Tour in Iceland

Snowmobile and Ice Cave Tour in Iceland

Are you looking for an arctic explorer experience? Then tour the Langjökull Glacier by snowmobile! Langjökull is the second largest ice cap in Iceland, covering over a staggering 95000  hectares! The beautiful icy white landscape will have you in awe as you glide along on your snowmobile through the wintery wonderland. Your trip will take roughly an hour until you reach the spellbinding ice cave! Boasting its bright jewel blue ice, the save is truly a spectacular experience, and you’ll have 15 minutes to take in and photograph the stunning cave!

Where can I get a unique tour of Iceland's glaciers?

Take the trip of a lifetime and tour the Langjökull Glacier by snowmobile!

Your trip will start when you are picked up from Reykjavik or from Skjól Campground. You will be provided with the required overalls and helmet but dress warm, as it is sure to be a bit chilly! You’ll then receive a short safety briefing followed by a quick introduction to the snowmobile, then, you’re ready to go! Feel free to ask any questions during your trip, as the fully certified guides will be happy to help. This experience is like no other, add snowmobiling to your Stack today!

  • Adult | 29 990 ISK
  • Child | 22 493 ISK
  • Safety brief and Snowmobile instruction provided
  • Overalls and helmets provided

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