Ice Tourism | Optional Activities in Iceland

Iceland is a fascinating country for those who like to have activities that in the middle of nature!

If on the one hand it is possible to visit the numerous museums, galleries, restaurants and enjoy the intense cultural activity of the country, on the other hand it is by feeling the indomitable nature, living it in different places and expressions that we have a unique experience!


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Fly Over Iceland
Approx. 40 m


Fly Over Iceland - You will hang suspended, feet dangling, before a 20-metre spherical screen while our film whisks you away on an exhilarating journey across Iceland. Special effects, including wind, mist and scents, combine with the ride’s motion to create an unforgettable experience.

Icelandic horse riding
Approx. 1,5 to 2 h | Easy difficulty


The Icelandic horse is internationally famous because of the 5 different steps. Sturdy and short stature horses are sought after by numerous breeders worldwide. This small tour is of low difficulty and will make you admire this breed and its pleasant way of riding and dealing.

Whale Watching
Approx. 3 h


The whale watching boat tour takes place in Reykjavík, or if it is an itinerary around Iceland, in the village of Husavík (whale watching capital). The most sighted whales are humpback whales, common whales, minke whales and sometimes you can spot the blue whale or orca.

Into the Glacier
from base camp or from Reykjavík | Approx. 4 h

This activity access to the largest man-made ice tunnel in the world. The ice tunnel and the caves are located high on Iceland‘s second largest glacier, Langjökull, where you will have an amazing opportunity to explore the glacier and see it from the inside. To journey inside one of Iceland’s frozen giants is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Inside the Volcano
Approx. 5 h a 6 h | Moderate difficulty

The dormant Þríhnúkagígur volcano is a unique natural phenomenon. This tour opens the door to a new world. To be able to experience this wonder, all you need is the willingness to do a moderate 45–50 minute hike (to get to the crater - 3.5 km/2 miles each way) and the guts to descend 120 meters/400 feet to the bottom of the crater in an open cable lift.

Jokulsárlón glacier lagoon | Amphibian boat or Zodíac boat
Amphibian Approx. 40 m | Zodíac Approx. 1 h

Amphibian: Exciting trip among the huge icebergs in the picturesque scenery of the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. On the boat you will be able to taste the ice at the age of 1000 Y.O. And you will be able to see some seals. It includes a guide that explains curiosities of the lagoon..  Zodíac: It covers a larger area of the lagoon and is closer to the icebergs than the amphibian.

2 PAX p/ snowmobile | Approx. 2 h

The snowmobile tour is perfect for those who are looking for a scenic fun ride on a glacier and want to explore the wilderness and breathtaking view over South Iceland. The length of the tour is suitable for first time riders. The snowmobile ride takes you to the top of Mýrdalsjökull glacier. Will give you an opportunity to photograph and film the scenery and the nature.

Glacier Walk with Crampons
Approx. 3 to 3,5 h | Easy to Moderate difficulty

The glacier walk takes place in Sólheimajökull, an outlet of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier on the south coast. The walk to the glacier takes 15 to 20 minutes and takes you to a varied landscape formed by ice and glacier over the years. On the way, you can see how fast the ice has retreated over the last 15 years.

Sightseeing Flight Ice & Fire (Glaciers and Volcanos)
Approx. 1:45 h | 2 Pax minimum

This is a magnificent tour over the world-famous Eyjafjallajökull glacier and the spectacular area of the south west part of Iceland. Other places of interest includes Hekla volcano; The Þingvellir National Park; The Geysir; the Gullfoss waterfall; The Þórsmörk Nature Reserve; and the rhyolite peaks of Landmannalaugar.

Silfra Snorkeling | Diving Silfra
Snorkeling: 2,5 h | Diving: 3 h

Silfra Snorkeling: Immerse yourself in the clearest water in the world and float between two continents in Iceland!
Silfra Snorkeling: Is a must for every dry suit diver. You will dive into the most unique body of water in the world with unparalleled visibility.

Secret Lagoon
Different products and prices

The Secret Lagoon is located in the heart of an area with high geothermal activity, with steam rising from natural hot springs. The thermal pool has a constant temperature between 38 and 40 °C. and is the oldest swimming pool known in Iceland. You cannot afford to miss this hidden gem!

Blue Lagoon
Different products and prices

2012, the company's iconic centerpiece—the Blue Lagoon—was named one of 25 wonders of the world by National Geographic, propelling the majestic, healing waters into the upper echelons of global travel destinations. Two thousand meters within the earth, ocean water and freshwater creating geothermal seawater.

Sailing Yacht Adventures in Iceland and Greenland - Charter Trip Adventure
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Come and Cruising the high latitudes between 63ᵒ and 73ᵒ north, where the suns does not set in the summer and the aurora borealis lights up the skies in the winter. This is a Yacht charter service managing a range of sailing   activities in Iceland and Greenland. When organizing adventures in this part of the world, it is essential to have to have the experience of operating in the harsh conditions of the Arctic; we know the environment and we offer local expertise. The sailing yacht with Ice Tourism is built and coded for 12 guests and three crew, operating as a highly successful luxury crewed charter business on Iceland and Greenland. For overnight voyages, she offers 11 berths over five separate cabins, all en-suite with showers, for 8 (eight) guests and three crew members. The yacht is an Oyster 68. Designed by Holman and Pye and built in 1989 by Oyster Marine in England,  The yacht is an excellent cruising yacht, recognised throughout the sailing world for quality, comfort and performance. With core values of strength, seaworthiness and a multitude of practical, seamanlike features, she provides a secure environment for adventurous cruising. The crew is looking forward to welcoming you on board and we believe the expedition will be unforgettable, On board you will find the captain with a dedicated and professional approach to your safety, sailing and navigation as well as first mate and guide, with his passion for sailing and love of nature. Finally, the chef whose love for cooking ensures you will experience everything the local environment has to offer.