Stunning and exhilarating snowmobile glacier tour on Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Europe. Exhilarating action and mind-blowing scenery surrounded by Iceland´s highest peaks!

What's included

  • Guided snowmobile tour
  • All necessary snowmobile gear
  • Vatnajokull Glacier
  • Two persons share a snowmobile
  • Solo Snowmobile is bookable with extra fee

Bring this with you

Warm clothing underneath the provided overalls
Sunglasses (recommended)
Good hiking or winter shoes
A valid driver license

This snowmobile tour will take you through some of the wildest and most rugged landscapes which Iceland can throw at you. You will see stunningly beautiful valleys and get spellbinding views of some of the highest peaks in Iceland.

Revving up a snowmobile and powering across the surface is the most exhilarating way to really connect with the great ice world of Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Europe. This scenic snowmobile tour is sure to set your adrenaline racing. The grandeur and power of this glacier is something you really have to experience for yourself. Create unforgettable memories, the breathtaking pristine nature of this icy wilderness world is magnificent and absolutely beyond words.

Your local guide will share fascinating information about glaciers, ice fields, the sustainability of this environment and everything to do with the glacier. Your questions are always welcomed.

The tour is suitable for those who are first time snowmobilers as well people with experience. Before you start your guide will give a quick instruction session. Snowmobiles are easy to operate – you will learn all you need to know in a few minutes. You are issued with a helmet and weather-proof overalls and you are ready to go!

May to November you meet us at Flatey, a dairy farm which is 38 km West of Höfn and 42 km east of Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon.


From November to May
you meet us at Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon 30 minutes before the stated departure time.

Snowmobiling on Vatnajokull Glacier

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Snowmobiling on Vatnajokull Glacier
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