Golden Circle and Langjokull Glacier By Superjeep

£259.00

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Experience an off-road adventure in Iceland

Enjoy 2 of Icelandandrsquo;s most popular jeep tours in a day – visit the sights along the iconic Golden Circle and feel the thrill of an off-road drive on the Langjandouml;kull glacier. This is a combo tour especially designed to satisfy the needs of both culture vultures and daredevils alike.

Explore the famous Golden Circle

Visit Thingvellir National Park and stand on the ground where the Vikings laid the foundations of the countryandrsquo;s law. See the place where the Icelandic Parliament was first gathered in 930AD.

Feel the power of nature, as you witness the fierce bursts of the Geysir and Strokkur geysers. You weandrsquo;ll see Strokkur erupt as often as every 5 minutes with splashes of water towering from 15 up to 40 metres above you.

Marvel the queen jewel of the Golden Circle tour – Gullfoss waterfall, as you watch the water cascade dramatically down the 32-metere gorge.

Get ready to go off-road!

After a short break, itandrsquo;s time to find out what the super jeep is truly capable of! Experience the adrenaline rush of an off-road ride – overcome rough terrains, rivers, and the rocky highlands of Langjandouml;kull glacier.

Donandrsquo;t worry about missing out on the magnificent landscapes! Your jeep will stop in the perfect viewing spots, so you can take all the photos you need.

Fancy a snowmobile ride on Langjandouml;kull glacier?

Craving extra thrills? For an additional fee you can make your experience even more extreme with a snowmobile ride. You can do it on your own, or with a partner.

Rather stay back and enjoy the scenery? Not a problem – youandrsquo;ll have plenty of opportunities to put your camera to a good use, while the others are snowmobiling.

And a bit more sightseeing on the way backandhellip;

Your return journey will take you to the beautiful little waterfall Faxi and the Keriandeth; crater. Explore the fascinating history of the crater – it once used to be a volcano that erupted and exhausted its magma reserve, causing it to collapse and become the lake that it is today.

After a long and eventful day, youandrsquo;ll return safely to your hotel in Reykjavik for a good nightandrsquo;s sleep.