This tour is a combination of the South Coast tour and the ATV quad bike tour. Tour starts early 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 ARCANUM 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 fields 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 aircraft 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 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 magnificent waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss.
A valid driver's licence is required for driving the ATV
- An amazing traveling experience in the highlands.
- An English speaking guide.
- ATV per two persons
- Insulated cover-all
- Snowmobile balaclava face mask
- Bus fare
- Pick up at hotels and guesthouses in Reykjavík
- Season: All year.
- Duration: 10 hours (2 hours ATV).
- Departures: Daily at 08:30
- Minimum age: To drive the snowmobile you have to have driver license and be 17 years of age.
- Minimum age for passengers: 10 years old.
We recommend you bring
- Bottle of water.
- Warm outdoor clothing.
- Waterproof jacket and pants.
- Good shoes for the cold weather and warm socks.
- Warm headwear, gloves and sunglasses.
ARCANUM, it is located 9 km east of Skógar and 23 km west of Vík. Take road #222 and drive about 1,2 km to ARCANUM base.
Be prepared for ice-cold weather during winter and dress accordingly.
Additional 10.000 ISK is charged for a single ride, when odd numbers are booked (1, 3, 5, 7 ...)