✅ 30 – 40 min snowmobile ride on Langjökull glacier
✅ Magnificent man-made ice cave
✅ Ultimate glacier experience
✅ Super truck experience
✅ Expert glacier guides
✅ All necessary equipment
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Meeting time: 10:00 or 12:30
Meeting Point: Húsafell OR Jaki basecamp. For directions to Jaki basecamp Click here
Season: All year
Duration: 3-4 hours total
Included: Transfer from the meeting point, appropriate equipment, and one-hour snowmobile tour
If you are driving your own car to meet us at base camp be sure to take into account that the meeting point is about two to three hours away from Reykjavík.
If you booked the bus transfer from Húsafell please note the following information.
Summer (June 1st to October 15th):
09:20 Transfer from Húsafell to our base camp Jaki, please be there no later than 09:10 departure at 09:20
11:50 Transfer from Húsafell to our base camp Jaki, please be there no later than 11:30 departure at 11:50
Winter (October 16th to May 31st):
10:00 tour – Fort those that need transfer from Húsafell please be there no later than 09:45 departure at 10:00
12:30 tour – Fort those that need transfer from Húsafell please be there no later than 12:15 departure at 12:30
- A valid driver‘s license is needed to operate a snowmobile.
We reserve the right to alter the itinerary according to weather and road conditions. Price is for two people per snowmobile.
- We recommend you bring: Warm & windproof clothing in addition to good, waterproof hiking boots and a camera.
If you’re traveling in West Iceland, we highly recommend an unforgettable glacier experience. If you are driving your own car, you can meet us at base camp, but if you’re in Reykjavík, you can opt in for transfer from the capital and to the glacier. At our base camp at Langjökull Glacier, we gear up for the snowmobile tour before we head off on the vast snowfield. Through an incredible landscape, we make our way to the man-made ice cave situated high on the glacier where you will enjoy a guided tour 200 meters into the glacier at 40 meters under. We finish the tour by driving back on our snowmobiles to Jaki Base Camp, giving us another chance to feast our eyes on the Icelandic highlands.