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Experience the rugged beauty of Iceland's highlands hassle-free. Leave the driving to the experts and enjoy a discounted rate when you book your round-trip Highland bus adventure—the perfect solution for exploring this remote and breathtaking region without the need for a rental car.


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From €63/person
  • Flexible Cancellation
  • No Booking Fees

Highland Bus Routes

Skogafoss waterfall in the south coast of Iceland.
    3 hours

    Highland Bus - Reykjavík to Skógar

    In the summer, Skógar comes alive, turning into a lush green wonderland under the towering Eyjafjöll mountains. The area is home to one of Iceland’s most famous waterfalls, Skógafoss, a pearl of the south coast. The drive to Skógar is a scenic ride through the picturesque south of Iceland, passing by small farms and charming villages with astounding views of the surrounding mountains and volcanoes on clear days. Whether you are planning a day trip to the region or a multi-day hike, leave the driving to us!

    From €61/person
    Hikers on top of a cliff admiring the view over Þórsmörk valley in the Icelandic Highlands.
      5 hours

      Highland Bus - Reykjavík to Þórsmörk

      The spectacular Þórsmörk (Thor’s Forest) area offers landscapes ranging from towering mountains to scores of glacial streams and kilometers of black sand. It is a favorite among nature-loving Icelanders and travelers from around the world. Book the Highland Bus for your hiking adventure!

      From €81/person
      Landmannalaugar camp site in the Highlands of Iceland.
        5 hours

        Highland Bus - Reykjavík to Landmannalaugar

        The highlands are spectacular. If you’ve seen a picture of multi-coloured mountains in what seems to be a vast, remote wilderness in Iceland, it’s probably from Landmannalaugar. This region of Iceland is a hiker’s paradise, with hiking trails along rhyolite mountains, natural geothermal hot springs and wide-open spaces. If you are planning to hike Landmannalaugar and/or the Laugavegur Trail, leave the driving to us and hop on the highland bus!

        From €84/person

        Your ticket to the Highlands

        In a land filled with geological wonders, an untouched wilderness and vast open spaces, it makes sense that hiking is a favourite activity among the locals. Some of Iceland’s most popular hiking trails are in the south of Iceland, in and around the Þórsmörk area. These trails are highly recommended for their extraordinary beauty, glorious views and diversity in landscapes.

        If you want to explore the highlands on your own, you can book the highland bus from Reykjavík to the interior. There are three main destinations to choose from: Skógar, Þórsmörk and Landmannalaugar.

        A group of people at the bottom of the Skógafoss Waterfall in the south coast of Iceland. Striking rainbow over the waterfall.
        Skógar is home of the famous Skógafoss Waterfall.

        Skógar

        In the summer, Skógar comes alive, turning into a lush green wonderland under the towering Eyjafjöll mountains. The area is home to one of Iceland’s most famous waterfalls, Skógafoss, a pearl of the south coast. The drive to Skógar is a scenic ride through the picturesque south of Iceland, passing by small farms and charming villages with astounding views of the surrounding mountains and volcanoes on clear days. Whether you are planning a day trip to the region or a multi-day hike, leave the driving to us!

        Group of people walking on the Þórsmörk trekking path.
        Þórsmörk, a real trekkers heaven.

        Þórsmörk

        The spectacular Þórsmörk (Thor’s Forest) area offers landscapes ranging from towering mountains to scores of glacial streams and kilometres of black sand. It is a favourite among nature-loving Icelanders and travellers from around the world. Book the Highland Bus for your hiking adventure!

        Rhyolite mountains in Landmannalaugar.
        Rhyolite mountains in Landmannalaugar.

        Landmannalaugar

        The highlands are spectacular. If you’ve seen a picture of multi-coloured mountains in what seems to be a vast, remote wilderness in Iceland, it’s probably from Landmannalaugar. This region of Iceland is a hiker’s paradise, with hiking trails along rhyolite mountains, natural geothermal hot springs and wide-open spaces. If you are planning to hike Landmannalaugar and/or the Laugavegur Trail, leave the driving to us and hop on the highland bus!

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