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Golden Circle and Snowmobile Adventure 2

9 hours

Starting at 39.900 ISK


This one-day tour is the very best way to combine the most popular sites in Iceland with an exciting activity - snowmobiling. The first stop on this Super jeep tour is at Þingvellir national park, the birthplace of Icelandic democracy and where the World's first parliament met in the summer of 930 AD. A main feature of Thingvellir is the Almannagjá Gorge, one of the few places anywhere you can witness, on dry land, the effect of the European and American tectonic plates drifting apart. Then it's on to Geysir, which has given its name to spouting hot springs. The giant geysir Strokkur will not fail to impress you so have your camera at the ready for when it blows, which it does every few minutes. Other geothermal features include fumaroles, mud pools and other smaller geysers as well as the large but dormant Geysir. Before heading into the southern highlands, we visit another of our iconic and impressive natural features, Gullfoss. It goes by the name the Golden waterfall and carries the meltwater from Langjökull glacier down Hvítá river. The waterfall has distinct curves and thus adding drama to the powerful display. You can grab something to eat at either Gullfoss or Geysir café before we drive on the mountain road Kjölur, up to the snowmobile site on Langjökull, the second largest glacier in Iceland. This route offers fascinating glimpses of nature´s majesty. Once on site, you will be kitted out with an insulated all-in-one jump-suit, giant mittens and safety helmet, then given clear and precise instructions for handling these powerful machines. Led by the experienced mountain guide, the snowmobiles shoot off in single file for an hour of often high-speed driving along the carefully chosen route over the glacier. The return journey down from the glacier provides further unmissable photo opportunities on this action-packed day.

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What's included?

Snowmobile tour with all gear

What do I need to bring?

Dress according to the weather. Please wear/bring warm, comfortable clothing and waterproof outer layer, sturdy hiking boots, gloves and wool/fleece hat. Please do not wear jeans and sneakers, good sturdy shoes are vital. Lunch and snacks can be bought during tour but are not included

Know before you go

Single ride upgrade 6.500.- must be chosen for odd number passengers In Iceland all itineraries are designed to be flexible taking weather conditions into account. We reserve the right to change your itinerary or cancel it with your safety in mind. At Amazing tours your safety is our priority. A valid driving license is required to drive the snowmobile. All children participating in a snowmobile ride are at the responsibility of their parents. All glacier and adventure trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Participants must be aware that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk and are undertaken entirely at their own risk. Amazing Tours does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions.


Day 1: Þingvellir
Þingvellir is a site of historical, geological and cultural importance. It is the site of a rift valley caused by continental drift between the North American and Eurasian Plates. This unique geology offers interesting sites such as fissures with crystal clear waters that are popular with divers. Öxarárfoss is the main attraction in Almannagjá gorge.Þingvellir is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Þingvellir was the centre of icelandic culture. The Alþingi (assembly) was Iceland's supreme legislative and judicial authority and the oldest parliament in the world.
Day 1: Geysir
Geysir is one of the most famous hot springs in the world. It lies dormant at the moment but its neighbour Strokkur goes off every 4-8 minutes, sometimes elevating up to 40 metres high.
Day 1: Gullfoss
Gullfoss is a waterfall that is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland. It is about 32 m high and drops into a crevice about 20 m wide and 2, 5 km in length. Gullfoss carries a lot of sediments that glacial ice has carved off the earth and colours the water slightly brownish.
Day 1: Langjökull
Langjökull is Iceland's second largest glacier. Despite its size not many river directly originate from there. The glacier is shrinking quite fast and covers 2 volcanic systems. Volcanically the region is relatively quiet. Here we enjoy a 1 hour snowmobile double ride.