Winter Island Exploration
5 days of adventures with Reykjavik Backpackers Available 1st September – 31st May
Here‘s the winter edition of Fire Island Exploration
, Reykjavik Backpackers‘ best seller summer 2011. This is a tour for those wanting to see a different side of Iceland, an experience few people will ever have. During the winter Iceland‘s nature is in it‘s purest form with it‘s rawness, clear or clowdy winter skyes. This is the real and unique experience of Iceland!
- Wednesday: Hike to the hot springs and Horse Riding
- Thursday: Snorkeling in the Silfra fissure in Þingvellir, afternoon off
- Friday: The Golden Circle and Lava Caving in the Leiðarendi Cave
- Saturday: Glacial hike with introduction to ice climbing on Sólheimajökull and the Skógafoss waterfall
- Sunday: Sleep in and explore Reykjavik on your own followed by a visit to the Blue Lagoon in the afternoon
89.990 ISK per person
(Add 2.500 ISK for a solo ATV)
12th September - 14th May 2013
5 days of tours and activities
All transfers with pick up from your hotel/hostel/guesthouse
A packed lunch (except on Thursday and Sunday)
Entrence fee to the Blue Lagoon
A waterproof outer layer and a warm inner layer for day 1 and 2, headwear, gloves, waterproof pants and jacket. For the glacier hiking we recommend good hiking boots (can also be rented for 1.000 ISK). Bring a bathing suit and a towel to the Blue Lagoon or rent one on site.
Duration of trips
Every Wednesday for minimum 2 persons
You can choose any type of accommodation at Reykjavik Backpackers with a 10% discount. See Reykjavik Backpackers' prices here (note that the prices here appear without the discount).
Flights, airport transfer*, breakfast and dinner.
* Airport transfer can be book up on request
All trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Reykjavik Backpackers and/or the tour operator do not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realize that all outdoor activities carry an inherit risk.