Join one of the most popular helicopter tours in Iceland! This round trip to a nearby mountain takes in breathtaking views of Reykjavik as we fly over the city and land on one of the table top mountains overlooking the capital. We will stop on the very summit for the photo opportunity of a lifetime, with unforgettable panoramas of the coast line, the cityscape of Reykjavik and distant mountains.
Iceland’s geothermal energy is revealed from the air, as we tour across Iceland’s volcanic landscape. Our journey takes us over geothermal hot springs, colorful mountain ranges, power plants, lava fields and craters. We land far away from the crowds and make a brief stop to witness the raw, primeval energy rising up from the earth beneath us. Finally our flight path concludes with a flyover of Reykjavik to give us an aerial overview of the city.
One of the most extensive helicopter tours Iceland has to offer embraces the highlights of Icelandic nature, in an unforgettable journey. On this tour we will fly across Thingvellir, Geysir, the spectacular Gullfoss waterfall, geothermal power plants, Mt. Hekla and the rhyolite mountains of Landmannalaugar. From the geothermal area Hrafntinnusker, we fly over volcanic sand beaches, Myrdalsjokull glacier, Thorsmork and Eyjafjallajokull glacier volcano.
You will always remember the day you got married, the day your child was born and the day you did this tour. It’s as simple as that.
From Reykjavik we fly East along the dramatic South Coast of Iceland. En route to Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon we follow the never ending stretches of black lava sand beaches, past the famous Eyjafjallajokull glacier volcano and tumbling waterfalls.
The Westfjords will give the word remote a whole new meaning. Have you ever wanted to step inside your TV, while watching a National Geographic show? This is your chance!
The Westfjords are bursting with wildlife, the landscape is surreal and the best part is that no one seems to know.
The mother of all helicopter tours! En route to the magical sights around lake Myvatn, you will see the Golden Circle and the northern highlands of Iceland. If the skies are clear we will get a good view of the biggest glacier in Europe, Vatnajokull, before we reach the unique Askja caldera. Next we fly to the glacier river that forms Dettifoss waterfall; there is no better way to see the most powerful waterfall in Europe cascade down the canyons it has eroded.
While heading back West we explore the surreal and other worldly landscape in Myvatnssveit.