From $506 per person

Snowmobile across the vast snowy expanse of an Icelandic glacier, then descend deep into the ice cap though a man-made tunnel to explore its icy netherworld!

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Price $506; Ages 12 and above
  $341; Ages 6-11, traveling with an adult
Dates May 1, 2017 - March 31, 2018
  except December 24 & 25, 2017
Departures Daily at 7:45am
  except 8am from May 1 - October 15, 2017 & March 15 - 31, 2018
Duration 11 hours
Tour Code 020RSS
Notes Hotel pick-ups begin 30 minutes before scheduled tour departure. Please be ready in time for your pick up in front of your hotel.
                                                       Children 5 years old and younger are not permitted on this tour, due to snowmobiling activity

Book this full day tour for a truly memorable adventure! Head from Reykjavik to Husafell for your ascent to the Langjökull Ice Cap where you'll begin your snowmobiling trip from the base camp at Jaki, on the west side of the glacier. After putting on the necessary clothing and required helmets, you'll drive off across the glacier's vast, snowy wasteland to marvel at the incredible surroundings. After snowmobiling, you'll walk down into a magnificent man-made Ice Cave beneath the ice cap. Until very recently what lies beneath the surface of Langjökull was a mystery, but through the combined efforts of the Iceland's top engineers and geo-physicists, all that has changed! Temperatures inside the glacier are usually around zero degrees Celsius, or 32 Fahrenheit. After snowmobiling and exploring the Ice Cave you'll head to the small village of Husafell to soak in the thermal swimming pool or relax in the hot tub. 

You'll experience all this from the comfort of a new fleet of Mercedes-Benz coaches where each seat is equipped with a USB power outlet and a touch screen tablet complete with a unique "In Bus Audio Guide" available in 10 languages (Chinese, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish). The tablets can also be used to surf the web, watch videos and more. Last but not least, you'll enjoy access to free on-board Wi-Fi!

IMPORTANT

For passengers with early morning arrivals in Iceland on flights from North America, this tour is NOT recommended as passengers generally arrive at their hotel around 8am, and any delays could cause you to miss the tour departure. Icelandair cannot reimburse passengers for unused portions of a package or land only travel once travel starts.

BOOKING DIRECTIONS

  • Click on the gold "Book Now" button above, then select your arrival date & and the number nights of Iceland, then find this add-on under 'Glacier' on the following screen
  • If your booking is not in conjunction with a previously booked Fly & Hotel vacation package, be sure to provide the name of your hotel when prompted during the booking process
  • After submitting your payment details, a confirmation will be sent to the email address provided at the time of booking
  • Pick-up and drop-off between your Reykjavik hotel and the tour starting point (available in Reykjavik only)
  • Professional driver & guide; guided tour in English
  • All necessary equipment for snowmobiling (helmet, gloves, snow-suit)
  • Admission to the Ice Cave and Húsafell swimming pool
  • In-Bus-Audio Guide in Chinese, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish (headphones available for purchase if you don't have your own for 1,000 ISK)
  • Meals and refreshments during tour
  • Please note this tour will not pick up passengers staying at hotels outside of Reykjavik
  • No refund for unused travel services or land arrangements once a tour starts
  • All general inquiries, including change or cancellation requests, can be submitted online
  • Full Icelandair package terms and conditions can be found here

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