Iceland Snowmobile Adventure and South Coast Tour - 1 Day

Iceland Snowmobile Adventure and South Coast Tour

Experience the thrill of snowmobiling on a glacier on an Iceland Snowmobile Adventure and South Coast Tour in Iceland. See two captivating waterfalls on the South Coast: Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss.

Highlights

  • Visit Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls along the South Coast of Iceland
  • Take a thrilling snowmobile ride across the snowy ice cap of the Myrdalsjökull glacier

Iceland Snowmobile Adventure and South Coast Tour

Reykjavik – Seljalandsfoss – Skogafoss – Myrdalsjokull Glacier – Reykjavik

South Coast of Iceland and Glacier Snowmobile Ride

We start off with a visit to Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls before heading to the glacier. After gearing up at base camp, we move towards the ice cap in a tricked-out glacier truck.

The snowmobile ride takes us the rest of the way to the top of Myrdalsjokull, affording some eye-popping views and unforgettable photographs. The snowmobile tour is great for those seeking a close and personal experience with Iceland’s spectacular scenery.

We’ve got everything you will need for a safe and comfortable ride; your expert guides will go over the necessary safety procedures before mounting up. Snowmobiles are easy to drive and suitable for beginners; however, a valid driver’s license is required.

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