Overload your senses on this whole day of new experiences, along the Holy Trail of Buggy touring. Immersing you into the coarse, surreal beauty of the southern central highlands of Iceland.
After picking you up in the morning from your accomodation in the Reykjavik area, we take you all the way to Hrauneyjar Highland Centre. There the buggy tour starts with a climb through one of the hydroelectric power plant facilities that ensure Iceland runs on pure, abundant, carbon-free power.
On the Landmannalaugar buggy tour, you will drive seemingly endless, sinuous lava tracks with non-stop, heart-filling exposure to the natural jewels of Fjallabak Nature Reserve. Volcano explosion craters. Vicious glacial rivers. Pure, fish-filled mountain lakes. Lava fields, from old to fresh. Hot springs, with you in them. All packed into one, intense day at the wheel.
Does 4-5 hours driving a buggy sound like a little bit too much? Then perhaps these tours would suit you better:
Our Buggies are special 2-seat all-terrain sports vehicles you strap into with a 4-point safety harness, surrounded by a roll cage. Automatic transmission makes life easier behind the wheel. All you need is a spirit for adventure, a valid driving license for the driver – and to not be afraid of dirt…
Duration: 4-5 hours
Operation: Summer only
Meeting time: 11:00
Meeting location: Hrauneyjar Highland Center (Google maps link)
Included: 4-5 hrs. Guided Buggy tour (2 in each Buggy), Helmets, gloves, balaclavas and water resistant overalls.
Bring: Shoes for the outdoors, warm clothing under the overall, a camera, something to drink, a packed lunch, and don’t forget your bathing suit and towel for the Landmannalaugar hot spring.
Good to know before the tour:
Age limit for this tour is 6 years of age.
We stop on the way, so both have the opportunity to drive. You need a valid driving license to drive the Buggy.
This tour can change depending on weather conditions, so this tour needs to be flexible. We are concerned about your safety.
Get ready for the action and don’t forget your camera!