Best Snowmobile tours in Iceland

Experience the thrill of Iceland’s stunning wilderness with our best snowmobile tours. Our tours take you deep into the heart of the country’s most picturesque landscapes, where you’ll get to explore pristine snow-covered valleys, glaciers, and other breathtaking vistas.

Our snowmobile tours are designed for all levels of experience, from complete beginners to experienced riders. Our experienced guides will provide comprehensive training on how to operate the snowmobile, so you’ll feel confident and in control.

As you speed through the snow-covered terrain, you’ll be surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, with opportunities to stop and take in the views. Our tours also include a delicious hot meal to warm you up and fuel your journey.

We take safety seriously, and all of our snowmobile tours are equipped with the latest safety gear and equipment. So whether you’re looking for an adrenaline-fueled adventure or a leisurely tour through the wilderness, our snowmobile tours offer a unique and unforgettable way to explore Iceland’s stunning landscapes.

So come and join us on an unforgettable snowmobile adventure and see the best of Iceland in a way that few ever have. Visit our website to book your tour today.

On this page, you will find a selection of snowmobile tours. Some of them last 1-3 hours, and others are full-day activities including sightseeing. Choose the best-fitting tour in accordance with your preferences

Frequently Asked Questions about the Snowmobile Tours

What is included in the Snowmobile Tour Package

The package typically includes the snowmobile rental, fuel, a helmet, a guide, and any necessary safety equipment. Some tours may also include transportation to and from the tour location and/or additional activities, such as a hot spring visit. Be sure to check the details of the specific tour you’re interested in to see exactly what’s included.

Is this safe to do the Snowmobile Tour in Iceland?

Yes, snowmobiling is considered a safe activity in Iceland as long as you follow the guidelines and instructions provided by your guide. All participants are required to wear a helmet and any necessary safety equipment, and the snowmobiles themselves are regularly maintained for safety.

Do I need previous snowmobiling experience?

No, you do not need any previous snowmobiling experience to participate in a tour. Your guide will provide a brief training session to ensure that everyone is comfortable operating the snowmobile before the tour begins.

How many people can ride on one snowmobile?

Most snowmobiles in Iceland can accommodate two people, with one person driving and one person riding as a passenger. Some tours may offer the option to ride solo if you prefer.

What should I wear for a snowmobile tour?

It’s important to dress warmly and in layers for a snowmobile tour, as temperatures can be low and windy in Iceland’s winter months. You’ll want to wear warm winter clothing, such as a jacket, pants, boots, gloves, and a hat. Waterproof clothing is also recommended in case of snow or rain.

What is the age limit for a snowmobile tour?

You will need to have a driving’s license to operate the snowmobile.

Can I bring my camera on the snowmobile tour?

Yes, you are welcome to bring a camera with you on the tour. Just be sure to secure it in a safe place while riding the snowmobile.

How long is a typical snowmobile tour?

The length of a typical snowmobile tour in Iceland can vary, ranging from a few hours to full-day tours. Be sure to check the details of the specific tour you’re interested in to see how long it lasts.

Are there any physical requirements for snowmobiling in Iceland?

No, there are no specific physical requirements for snowmobiling in Iceland. However, it’s important to consider your own physical abilities and health conditions before participating in any outdoor activity.

Can I book a snowmobile tour if I have a medical condition?

If you have a medical condition that may affect your ability to participate in a snowmobile tour, it’s best to consult with your doctor and the tour company before booking. Some medical conditions may require special accommodations or restrictions.