Þórsmörk is an oasis of clear water creeks set in a unique location between three glaciers, Eyjafjallajökull, Mýrdalsjökull and Tindafjallajökull.
The ring of glaciers and mountains shield the valley from the harsh weather conditions of the Icelandic highlands, the ideal conditions for a micro-climate.
The diverse flora and magnificent landscape is a must for nature lovers and meltwater from the surrounding glaciers create constantly changing rushing torrents across the valley floor.
We start at the graceful Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where the sure-footed can walk behind the broad cascade and perhaps discover the mythical pot of gold hidden there.
From there we turn off the asphalt road and deflate the tires. Now the action really starts, rough tracks, glacier rivers and rugged scenery is part of this amazing tour.
Onto the dramatic Gígjökull glacier, with its blue ice and the tranquil lagoon created by the meltwater. The photo-opportunities on this day tour are legend, with no need for specialized equipment.
The track beneath Eyjafjallajökull offers some great challenges for you as a driver, driving on these adventures tracks en route to Þórsmörk for some more action driving.
The drive to Þórsmörk is highly enjoyable in the Super Jeeps because in order to reach Þórsmörk you have to cross glacial rivers and rough tracks. We offer you a modified Toyota Hilux on 38” tires for the ultimate self drive tour and under the guidance of your instructor you will be able to deal with the challenging tracks on this unique adventure day.
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This is a private tour. 1 - 4 Persons per Truck PER TRUCK: 130.000ISK
Included in the Tour:
Included is a sitting guide/ instructor that teaches you how to deflate the tires and drive in various environments depending on seasons.
NOT Included in the Tour:
Any activities, Toilet fee, Food & Tips
All our tours are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Amazing tours does not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions.