Duration: 2 days / 1 night
Operated: October, November, January, February, March. and upon request
Pick up: Egilsstaðir/Seyðisfjörður Ferry Port
Drop off: We return our guests to Egilsstaðir/Seyðisfjörður Ferry Port at the end of day 2
Departing from: Egilsstaðir/Seyðisfjörður
Group size: 2–16
Minimum age: No age limit
Price: 75,000 ISK
For guaranteed departure we need a minimum of 2 persons
This tour offers a compelling mix of action, history and great food experience in an authentic environment. Experience magnificent nature, meet the unique Icelandic horse, stargaze, sleep in a museum and enjoy crossing a glacial river by a cable ferry. Our Wilderness exhibition is a fun interactive experience both indoors and outside around the Center.
- Fully guided tour
- Drive to and from
airport / ferryterminal
- All transport on the tour
- Lunch, refreshments
anddinner on day 1
- Breakfast, lunch and refreshments on day 2
- Accommodation in a unique environment
- Free access to all events and exhibitions during the tour
- Accommodations can be upgraded
- Get in touch to upgrade or call us on tel. +354 440 8822
The tour starts with a scenic drive over the mountains and along the Lagarfljót lake, home of a famous river monster. We listen to stories of the mystical nature of the lake.
At the Wilderness Center, you will be guided through the unique wilderness museum, created by a group of artists, filmmakers
Then a local guide takes you to a picturesque abandoned farm full of stories and traces of the past. Those who dare can experience the adventure of crossing the glacier river in a renovated cable-box. Behind the
Then we enjoy light refreshments in the center‘s cozy kitchen before getting introduced to „the most trustful servant“, the unique Icelandic Horse.
As an appetizer before dinner, we visit a traditional turf smoke hut and taste the local smoked meat.
Experience local food, a wilderness dinner, with ingredients from the highlands that are prepared and cooked by the locals in
After dinner, we visit the Wilderness stargazing station. Located in reconstructed ruins of an old sheep stable, made from stones and turf. This location offers a fabulous view of clear skies and the authenticity and peaceful atmosphere is
We start the day with breakfast, then visit our neighbor at the last active farm in Iceland that still keeps all the sheep in traditional houses built from turf and stones. We watch quirky and interesting old silent film clips about the wilderness before a local lunch that awaits us at the Wilderness Center.
After lunch, we drive out of the valley making stops like scouting for reindeer.
At the Vatnajökull National park
The next destination is the Hengifoss waterfall. It is one of the highest waterfalls in Iceland, measuring 128 m falling from the plateau into a magnificent gorge. There is a colorful rock face surrounding the waterfall showing different layers from volcanic eruptions in the Tertiary period when Iceland was formed. It takes 40-60 minutes to walk from the parking lot to waterfall. On the way is another astonishing waterfall called Litlanesfoss. It is crowned by exceptional high basalt columns making it totally unique and photogenic.
Finally, we drive back, enjoying the scenery on the way as we pass historic places, elf dwellings
* This itinerary might have minor changes due to winter weather conditions.