Unleash the Thrill of Iceland's Elements on a Quad Bike Adventure!
Welcome to an extraordinary ATV experience that transcends the ordinary – our Quad Bike Adventure awaits at the Mýrdalsjökull Base!
Assemble with your guide at our base, where the excitement begins. From gearing up to a comprehensive safety briefing, we've got everything covered to ensure a safe and exhilarating journey.
Coastal Marvels: Brace yourself for an awe-inspiring ride down the captivating black sand beach. Marvel at the vastness of the ocean and behold the southernmost tip of the country, Dyrhólaey, and the majestic Mýrdalsjökull glacier. The stark contrast of black sand against the blue waves sets the stage for a thrilling escapade.
Off-Roading Delight: Navigate through small rivers, embracing the true essence of off-roading in Iceland. Feel the adrenaline surge as your quad bike takes you through the untamed landscapes, a perfect blend of thrills and natural wonders.
Sólheimasandur Plane Wreck: Venture to the famous Sólheimasandur plane wreck, an iconic site where memories are etched against the backdrop of Iceland's elemental beauty. Your guide will ensure you capture every moment before leading you back to the base camp.
Important Details: Remember, the driver must be 17 years or older with a full, valid driver's license. No learner's permit, tractor, or motorcycle license is accepted. For solo riders or odd-numbered groups, secure your single ride ATV for an unforgettable journey.
- All year
- 1 hour
- Minimum age
- Meeting Point
- Mýrdalsjökull Base Camp
Activity provider: Icelandic Mountain Guides by Icelandia
Mýrdalsjökull Base Camp
Need to know
We recommend you bring warm first and/or mid layer, e.g. a warm sweater.
Single riders and groups with odd numbers are required to book a single ride ATV.
All drivers must be 17 years of age or older and have a full, valid driver's license. A learner´s permit, tractor, or motorcycle license is not sufficient according to Icelandic law.
- Flexible Cancellation
- No Booking Fees
What’s included and what to bring on this tour
It’s important to always be prepared for your next adventure in Iceland. See our list of what’s included, and what you should bring or add to your trip
- Experienced and qualified guide
- ATV per two persons
- Insulated cover-all
- Helmet and balaclava face mask
- Boots (optional, depended on weather conditions and guests shoe wear)
- Extra warm clothing
If you're planning a trip to Iceland, it's important to be prepared with the right information. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help you plan your trip
Our meeting points have no official addresses, but you can see directions on the map above.
Before we head to the glacier for the tour, we need to get everyone fitted with the equipment, crampons and harnesses. The crampons need to be adjusted to each person's shoe size, so it is important that people arrive 20 minutes before so everyone is ready at the departure time.
We always recommend to book as soon as you are ready especially if you have a strict travel schedule or a large group. It is easy to change or cancel 24 hours before departure by emailing us (email@example.com). Tours can also be purchased the day of as long as there are spaces available.
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