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ATV - Quad bike and south coast

This tour is a combination of the  South Coast tour and the ATV quad bike tour.  We start early (08:30 am) by a pick-up at your accommodation in Reykjavik.  Then we head along the South coast  on our way to  the quad bikes location.

The Quad tour begins at the base where we go over the tour plan and the safety instructions.  When leaving the base for the coast, we cross a few small rivers as we head down to the magnificent black sand beach which have been formed by glacial outbursts from the dormant volcano  Katla

Down at the black beach we are able to enjoy the amazing view up to   Mýrdalsjökull glacier and also along the coast to the southernmost part of Iceland, the small peninsula  Dyrhólaey.

On we go along the coast to stop by the famous  plane wreck which  has been resting on the sand since the year 1973. 

Upon the return to the base  we drive by the river Jökulsá to the foot of the mountain, which we follow back to the base. 
On this tour you´ll get in touch with the raw black lava sand landscape by the south coast. It is an unforgettable experience of conflicting landscapes where the nature envelopes the traveler in its warm embrace.

On the return to Reykjavík we make a stop by the amazing waterfalls  Seljalandsfoss and  Skógafoss

A valid driver's licence is required for driving the ATV

Additional 10.000 ISK is charge for a single ride, when booked are odd numbers (1, 3, 5, 7 ...)

ON THIS TOUR: 

  • THE SOUTH COAST
  • GLACIER ACTIVITY
  • PLANE WRECK
  • TWO WATERFALLS
  • BLACK SAND BEACH 

INCLUDED: 

  •  English speaking guide
  •  ATV per two persons
  •  Insulated cover-all
  •  Helmet
  •  Balaclava face mask
  •  Bus fare
  •  Pick up at hotels and guesthouses in Reykjavík

We recommend you to bring warm clothing.

  • Days of week: Every day

  • Departures: Pick up starts at 08:30

  • Duration:  Total about 10 hours (2 hours ATV)

  • Skill level: Easy

 

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