Get the ride of your life to Langjökull glacier in Iceland. Here you'll discover new things about the second-largest glacier in the country and have loads of fun experiencing this icy adventure in a red glacier monster truck.
Once you arrive at your meeting point, you’ll start your journey in a special transfer bus or, if it’s a snowy winter, directly in Sleipnir Monster Truck. Your first destination is Geldingafell Base Camp, where you’ll get ready for your upcoming adventure on the glacier. En route, all you’ll need to do is appreciate the moment, look at the eye-catching scenery surrounding you, and enjoy the ride. That’ll be especially easy with the Icelandic music playing in the background and hearing all those amusing stories the guide will tell you.
When you’ve reached the second-largest glacier in Iceland, you’ll have a chance to learn a lot about it and perhaps even get to taste some glacier water. If there will be a chance and good weather conditions you’ll be able to slide down the glacier, play some glacier golf, or visit Natural Ice Cave (activities are weather dependable).
After such a memorable day exploring one of greatest Iceland’s glaciers, it’s time to head back. The reliable monster truck will return you to Geldingafell Base Camp, from which you’ll return to the Gullfoss Upper Parking, your initial meeting spot.
Your meeting place is in the Upper Gullfoss parking space. Opposite Gullfosskaffi is where the Sleipnir transfer will be waiting for you. The best time to be there is at 12:45 pm.
It is good to bring your own backpack on our full day or half day tours. It’s the best carry-on for a small lunch, extra clothes and other necessary items.
The scenery on the tour is full of stunning, scenic views that are photographable so you should definitely bring your camera along.
We reserve the rights to adjust the itinerary and/or take different routes depending on conditions. Your safety is our number one priority.
Please read more information in our terms and conditions in regards to this matter.
Yes, we have specially trained and certified glacier guide on every glacier tour that we offer. And for our 3rd party tours we only partner with operators that meet our quality and safety standards.
Rain is common in Iceland but we never let the rain be in our way to go forward with our tours.
That’s why we highly recommend appropriate clothing so you can be warm and dry on the tours.
Nature is out of our control and therefore we need to adapt to the weather. Your safety is our first priority so if your safety is compromised by going on the tour then we will cancel it and you will get full reimbursement.
We have four different categories that help participants to get a better understanding of what to expect from the tour. The categories are Easy, Moderate, Challenging and Demanding. All of our tours are rated to make it easier for you to find a tour that suits you.
For further information about the difficulty ratings and descriptions.
Alcohol is prohibited on all of our tours before and during activities. If we find the participant to be intoxicated, we will prohibit them from taking part in the activity.
After the activities of the day are finished then you are more than welcome to have a drink and relax.
Iceland is known to have a lot of snow and when the snow stays long enough in one place than it turns to ice. Over long periods of time, the ice layers up becoming huge blocks called glaciers. It forms to create ginormous glaciers that sweep across huge masses of land. Iceland is home of the largest glacier in Europe that is called Vatnajökull. The Glacier Guides can tell you more about and everything you need to know about the Glaciers.