An overnight driver guided super jeep trip to the Langjökull glacier in the Icelandic highlands. Includes stops at the highlights of the Golden Circle and more...
Trip difficulty 3 out of 5 possible.
If you think you have done it all please read on!
This is the most adventurous winter and spring tour Iceland has to offer. Depending on the weather forecast and the current track conditions we choose a glacier we to traverse on our Super Jeep. Reaching the edge of the glacier we deflate our tires enabling the cars to float on the snow covered glacier where we enjoy the views over peaks and mountains. Our glacier experts choose the right spot for our camp and get ready to unpack the car. Everybody’s hand is needed setting up the expedition tents and preparing food for the team. Enjoying the bright and shining midnight sun* before everybody gets a rest below the arctic sky. The next morning we make our way back down the glacier and visit natural sights along the way before going lava caving.
Explore the hidden world in and under the lava field located in the Blue Mountains. The Leiðarendi cave is a perfect example of an Icelandic lava tube and a unique experience where you will explore this dark and quirky world beneath ours. On your underworld adventure you will see the magical rock formations left behind in the last volcanic eruption. In winter the cave is likely to be filled with glistening icicles of all shapes and sizes, a sight not soon forgotten. We will crawl and walk on our journey beneath the surface making it a real caving experience.
The Underworld is an exotic and unorthodox trip for those that are not afraid of the dark and there is absolutely no better way to see first hand how Iceland was created. We are back in Reykjavik in the late afternoon.
*Wheather and time of year permitting.
Guaranteed departures: Everyday at 9:00 from Reykjavík for minimum 4 persons from November to July.Please note: for Christmas and New Years we have different availability for the 24th-26th of December and 31st of December - 1st of January. Please contact our office for further information or click here for our holiday schedule.
Details: Driver Guided Super Jeep Price: 139.990 ISK per person for 4-10 persons. Driver Guided Super Jeep Price: 119.990 ISK per person for 10-20 persons.
You can also have it as a self drive tour:
Self Drive Super Jeep Price: 179.990 ISK per person for 4-10 persons. Self Drive Super Jeep Price: 159.990 ISK per person for 10-20 persons.
Note: Drivers have to be over 25 years old and hold a valid drivers license. All our super jeeps have manual transmission.
Please contact an adventure expert to book this tour: email@example.com
or +354-562-7000 NOTE!
Allow for an extra day in Iceland after this trip, i.e. never book a flight the morning after a winter expedition, sometimes conditions and weather can make us late getting into town! Distance from Reykjavik
: approx 200 km. Duration of trip
: approx 2 days, 1 night. Available
: November-July, best season early March through May. (Depending on weather and glacier conditions). Minimum:
4 persons. Maximum:
40 persons. Age limit:
16 years. Bring with you:
Very Very Warm outdoor clothing, waterproof jacket and pants. Warm gloves, warm socks, warm sweater and warm undergarments. Dress like you are going to the North Pole! Good hiking shoes are necessary! Click here to see a full equipment list.
Pick up from accommodation, driver guided super-defenders including fuel for 2 days, glacier and super-jeep guides and all necessary equipment to sleep on a glacier including sleeping bag. Lunch and dinner on day one and breakfast and lunch on day two included.
No knowledge of the sport required. Click here for details on our cancellation policy. Disclaimer: All winter and off-road trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Arctic Adventures does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to there own actions. Participants may have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk.