Snowmobiling Tour

Golden Circle & Snowmobile Small Group Tour from Reykjavik | IS-AA1302

Thingvellir, gullfoss waterfall, geysir hot spring area, and langjokull glacier snowmobile

About Tour

Explore the attractions of the Golden Circle: Geysir, Gullfoss Waterfall, Thingvellir National Park, then try snowmobiling on Langjokull Glacier!


  • Gullfoss Waterfall
  • The Golden Circle
  • Thingvellir National Park
  • Geysir Hot Spring Area
  • Snowmobile on Langjokull Glacier
  • Icelandic Highlands

Secure yourself an action-packed day full of natural wonders! First, visit all the famous sites on the Golden Circle route. Marvel at the active geysers in the Geysir Hot Spring Area and see the famous Strokkur in action. Find out why Gullfoss is called “The Golden Waterfall”, and walk where the tectonic plates meet in the renowned Thingvellir national park. After that, hop on a snowmobile, step on the gas and speed through off-grid trails on Langjökull - Iceland’s second largest ice cap.

This small-group Golden Circle tour with a spin is perfect for adventurous explorers!

  • Trusted Tour Operator
  • Small group
  • Expert guides
Availability All Year
Duration ~10-12 hours
Departs From Reykjavik
Minimum age 8 (drivers min 18)
Difficulty Easy
Meet on Location No
Pick Up Yes

Customer reviews on TripAdvisor

An Awesome and “Epic” Experience!

My best friend and I went to Iceland for my birthday trip and decided it would be cool to tour the Golden Circle and go snowmobiling on a glacier. I had never driven a snowmobile before or seen a glacier and it was amazing. My experience was definitely “epic” and I won’t ever forget it.


29 990
Per Adult

What's Included


  • Pick-up and drop-off in Reykjavik
  • One-hour Snowmobile Ride on Langjökull
  • Stop at a local Café (opportunity to purchase lunch)
  • Snowmobile Gear
  • English Speaking Licensed Adventure Guide
  • Highlights of the Golden Circle
  • Guided minibus tour

What to bring

  • Warm outdoor clothing
  • Good hiking or winter shoes
  • Thermal underwear
  • Sunglasses
  • Packed lunch
  • A valid driver’s license to drive the snowmobile
  • Headwear and Gloves

Not Included

  • Meals
  • Airport transfers

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Find out more details about the tour and its highlights.

Tour Description

Out of all things to do in Iceland, the Golden Circle tour is one of the all-time favorites. Together with the glacier snowmobiling ride, this combination of sightseeing and small-group adventure will surpass all your expectations!


Gravel path in Thingvellir National Park

We’ll start off in Reykjavik and drive through the serene southern countryside. The first stop is a protected national gem - Thingvellir National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is of great historical and national value. It was here in 930 c.e. that Vikings founded the world’s oldest parliament - the Althing. You can explore the area at will, where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates are drifting apart at a rate of about 2 cm each year!

Geysir Strokkur in Iceland

Next up is the active Geysir geothermal area with bubbling mud pots, pillars of steam and gushing geysers. The famous Great Geysir is dormant today, but there are other geysers that put up stunning shows. You’ll see how Strokkur bursts up every 4-10 minutes, spouting boiling water into the air. Just prepare your camera and watch for the eruption!

Sun setting near Gullfoss waterfall Iceland

A few miles from the geysers is the giant Gullfoss Waterfall. You’ll hear the roaring echo of the falls even before seeing its tumbling glacial waters. Marvel at the wild waterfall from the top of the cliffs or walk along the path to get a look from up close. Gullfoss is fed by the Hvita River, whose waters originate from Langjokull Glacier and then travel miles across the country before it eventually cascades down 32 meters across the two-tiered cliff.

Couple on a  snowmobile tour Langjokull

After your visit to Gullfoss, we’ll finish our tour with an adrenaline rush with a 1-hour snowmobile ride on Langjokull Glacier! We’ll kit you out with everything you need before our expert guide briefs you on the safety instructions and shows you how to operate the snowmobile. After that, zip up your suit and press down on the gas as we zoom across the 580m-deep ice! Langjökull is a vast frozen wilderness that hides many treasures - our journey across it will gradually unveil these natural wonders, including towering snow-capped mountains and ominous volcanoes.

To make this trip memorable and easy-going, our equipment is always the best possible. We currently have 40 snowmobiles available on Langjökull – Lynx Adventures 600 CC and Polaris IQ LXT 550 CC.

After an hour of roaring along the ivory ice, we’ll head back to the base before starting our drive back to Reykjavik.

The price of the tour is for one person when sharing a two-person snowmobile. For solo or an odd number of participants, you must book a single rider supplement.

You don’t need any previous experience to operate a snowmobile, but drivers need to have a valid driver’s license.


Based on 10 reviews

Golden Circle & Snowmobile Small Group Tour from Reykjavik

1- of 10 reviews

Best of iceland

Reviewed on April 17, 2019 by Michael g From our post-trip system

Full day tour showing the best of Iceland for someone on a short break. Beautiful scenery,informative guide in a small group with snow mobiling the icing on the cake

Golden circle & snowmobile tour

Reviewed on April 03, 2019 by Sergio da silva From our post-trip system

Highly recommend tour, guide Magnus was extremely friendly and professional.

awesome experience

Reviewed on April 01, 2019 by Daniel From our post-trip system

We were really happy and satisfied with out tour guide, and especially with the snowmobile crew, safety was their priority, we felt safe during our journey, The glacier was amazing and they were knowledgeable and very nice talking and sharing stories and of course nice hot chocolate and cookies perfect ending .

Golden circle tour and snowmobile

Reviewed on March 25, 2019 by Sara Woodhead From our post-trip system

Had a fab day out with artic adventures would recommend these guys for any tour in Iceland Thank you x

Fab tour

Reviewed on March 22, 2019 by Melanie Butler From our post-trip system

We really enjoyed the tour with our guide Markus, he was very knowledgeable about the tour and the sights that we saw along the way, the snowmobiling was fun and felt very safe in the hands of Bjorn and Markus it was an enjoyable experience and would definately do again when return to Iceland

Awesome experience

Reviewed on March 20, 2019 by John Murphy From our post-trip system

James was awesome. Knowledgeable, kind and friendly. Answered all of our questions and had a great play list :)

Coolest Excursioun!

Reviewed on March 18, 2019 by Brooke Horn From our post-trip system

We had the best time touring around in the monster truck seeing the most beautiful sights. Snowmobiling on the glacier was amazing and the tour group did a fantastic job preparing us. Thank you!

Awesome experience

Reviewed on March 15, 2019 by Jessica From our post-trip system

This was the highlight of my trip. Pick up was right on time. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. The snowmobiling gear was clean and fit well. We stayed in a line while riding but were still able to go pretty fast. Would recommend this for sure!

Our favourite excursion in Iceland

Reviewed on March 09, 2019 by Kirsty Rossell From our post-trip system

Our highlight was definitely the snowmobiled but the whole day just worked like clockwork. The guide gave interesting facts and I felt we had enough time at every stop. A really organised, fun day. Thanks


Reviewed on February 26, 2019 by Jo Goddard From our post-trip system

We had an amazing day on the Golden Circle and snowmobile tour. We were picked up in a super jeep and taken to the main sights on the Golden Circle route. They were all incredible. We went on a closed road and drove in some prettydeep snow up to the glacier for the snowmobiles. This was an adventure in it’s self! The snowmobile ride was brilliant fun. Our guide Marcnus(?) was friendly, informative and a fantastic driver in what was sometimes difficult conditions. A thoroughly enjoyable day from start to finish and well worth the extra money!


Still got questions about the tour? Hopefully you will find the answer here.

Your safety is very important to us, however, the natural forces that operate in Iceland are a bit unpredictable. To bring you back safe and sound, we reserve the right to change the itinerary or routes based on the weather forecast or due to other unforeseen circumstances.

Bring additional warm clothes in case you get chilly during the tour. Also, good hiking shoes are essential. If you don’t have them, you can rent them when booking the tour. And last but not least, bring your camera to catch those spectacular views! Also, if you feel like you might get hungry during the tour, pack a small lunch or snack.

You should be ready for the pickup at the location and the time indicated on your booking. Please note, the pickup process might last up to 30 minutes or until everyone is assembled.

Unfortunately, due to safety precautions, we don’t tolerate the consumption of alcoholic beverages before or during our tours. If we see that you are inebriated, you will be asked not to participate.

Yes. We recommend bringing a backpack with some warm clothes, lunch, and a thermos with a beverage of your choice.

The snowmobile is designed to be shared by two people. If you’re traveling alone or with an odd number of people, you should purchase a single ride supplement.

Yes. All snowmobile tours are guided by a certified glacier expert.

No. Everything we provide on the tour is included in the price. However, if you need to rent hiking shoes, you should do so during the booking process and pay any additional fees then. We won’t be able to rent them to you at the location.  

Yes. Once the tour is finished, we’ll head back to the meeting point of the tour.

No. You don’t need any previous experience. Our expert guides will teach you how to drive a snowmobile.

If you want to drive a snowmobile, you have to be at least 18 years old and hold a valid driver’s license. Otherwise, all children above the age of 8 and those without a valid driver’s license will have to travel in the passenger's seat.

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