Trek from Landmannalaugar to Thorsmörk
Despite recent seismic activity near Grindavík, an eruption of the volcano is becoming less and less likely. Travel in Iceland continues as normal. The whole team looks forward to welcoming you.
Are you looking for things to do in Iceland and feeling ready for an adventure? Our beautiful island is, without a doubt, a true playground for adventurers in search of exceptionnal experiences and wilderness. Wether you’re a nature lover, a sportsman, a budding geologist, or just looking for an off the beaten paths travel, you’re sure to find the perfect adventure Iceland. What are you waiting for, advendure Iceland!
As an island home to over 300 different species of birds, Iceland has the largest marine bird population in all of Europe. Whether or not you are an avid ornithologist, in Iceland, you can’t escape the presence of our feathered friends. Besides our famous puffins, you will also admire many other bird species like guillemots, cormorants, arctic sterns, eiders and wild geese. But watch out for the great skua that will chase you if you threaten its young. Iceland is also famous for the magestic whales that live in its seas. Going whalewatching in a small canoe surely is one of the most amazing experiences you will live during your travel!
Are you of an active nature even on holiday? If you can’t leave Iceland without a healthy dose of adrenaline, these itineraries are for you. Glacier treks, volcano quad biking rides, volcanic caving, rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, super jeep tours of the central highlands, our range of active options in Iceland knows no bounds! As native Icelander guides, we too have a profound appreciation for these extreme lands of adventure Iceland.
For a first trip to Iceland you probably want to visit the most well-known sites: Landmanalaugar, Geysir and the glacier lagoon of Jokulsarlon…However, if you’re looking for more unknown spots away from the tourist hubs, we have unique itineraries full of uncommon experiences. Because we know Iceland from a local perspective, we have many secrets to share with you. You can incorporate these into your trek or self drive tour and we even know of local accommodations where you will be greeted like old friends.
o need to go all the way to Antarctica to see icebergs! Iceland has lots of them. Jokulsarlon, a glacial lagoon on the island’s Southern coast lies at the foot of Europe’s biggest glacier, Vatnajoküll. A couple of hours from Reykjavik, this out of the ordinary destination is great for exploration year round. You can even take a mini-cruise between the icebergs and observe some snoozing seals. Finally, you’ll visit the nearby beach to watch enormous ice cubes finish melting on the black sand. For our fellow budding geologists, Iceland’s numerous volcanoes and fjords silently await your Iceland adventure!