Pearl Tour - Golden Circle Super Jeep Tour & Snowmobiling
This is one of the most popular tours Iceland has to offer – and for good reason! You get to see some of Iceland’s most stunning natural attractions on the Golden Circle and top off the day with a thrilling shot of adrenaline as you zoom across a glacier on a snowmobile.
The Golden Circle is the country’s best-known tourist route. The first stop is the magnificent Þingvellir National Park, a valley that is at the heart of Icelandic history and culture. Situated on a rift between two tectonic plates, the earth is literally pulling apart, creating magnificent landscapes - tall cliffs, cascading waterfalls and a mossy lava field interspersed with deep lakes.
Next up is Gullfoss waterfall. You’ll hear it before you see it as this thundering two-tiered waterfall is a force of nature that inspires awe and wonder. Its sublime beauty is only heightened by the glistening rainbows dancing in the mist surrounding the waterfall.
Iceland is a volcanic island and you can see the effects of the geothermal heat bubbling under the surface. At the Geysir geothermal area, you’ll see steam rising from the ground and bubbling cauldrons of water and mud in every colour of the rainbow. Most notably, you’ll see erupting geysers blowing jets of hot water several metres up in the air. In fact, this is how geysers get their name!
Now it’s time for some action! Going snowmobiling on a glacier is an experience you won’t soon forget. From afar, glaciers look like unbroken fields of snow but as soon as you get up close, you realise they have a landscape all of their own, with peaks, valleys, and canyons galore! You’re in good hands with a guide who knows the glacier like the back of their hand and will lead you safely back home after your thrilling adventure.
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What is included
Complementary pick up in Reykjavik and surrounding areas, at Hotels, guesthouses and specially marked bus stop in the city center of Reykjavik.
For the snowmobile part of the tour, we offer complementary a one peas winter suit, gloves, overshoes, helmet and a buff to use under the helmet.
Unless you book solo rider, there will be 2 passenger sharing one snowmobile.
It is avails good to have a water bottle with you and a light snack.
Make sure your phone is fully charged, and you might want to bring you charger. (batteries can drain easily during the cold winter.)
Backpacks is good to have if you need to bring something with you on the snowmobile tour. (we are unable to sore valuables at our base)
It is good to have extra socks just in case your feet might get wet.
Pleas be aware of where you leave your belongings and make sure you check all pockets on the suit before you leave the Glacier area.
Best to dress in lairs, wind and water resistant clothing is always a good choice for any tour.
For the snowmobile part of the tour, we offer a complementary one peas winter suit, gloves. overshoes, helmet and a buff to use under the helmet.
We recommend hiking shoos that are water resistance, but if you are unable to bring them any sturdy shoes are ok as we have covers shoos for you to put over your shoes. And of course it all depends on the weather conditions each time.
Please keep in mind that the snowmobile tour is operated on a Glacier, over 900 -1200 meters above sea level, and weather conditions can change rapidly.
In order for you to be able to drive the snowmobile you have to be at least 18 years of age and have a valid driving licence.
Children under the age of 6 are unable to join this tour, because of safety regulations.
If we need to cancel the snowmobile part of the tour because of bad weather conditions on the glacier, we will in most cases still operate the super jeep and sightseeing part of the tour, and we might even be able to offer you another activity like a buggy tour or quad bike.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +354 580 9900