This tour was nominated by CNNgo as one of the greatest horse treks in the world! There is no better way to visit the hot springs area of Geysir and the Golden Waterfall – Gullfoss – than by riding through the lovely countryside of South Iceland.
Horseback riding in the spectacular area, on this exciting tour we see the mountain Hekla towering over the region and every day we see evidence of its numerous devastating eruptions throughout the ages.
Two days in amazing landscape! This tour is ideal for those who would like to enjoy the Icelandic horse for a couple of days in an amazing landscape. On this riding tour, you join the last two days of our popular Golden Circle tour...
This tour is a short version of the popular Golden Circle tour in the hot spring area of Geysir and Gullfoss Waterfall. We also visit Thingvellir National Park. Enjoy accommodation at a cozy holiday farm with a hot outdoor tub and a hotel with private facilities during this tour.
This is a shorter version of the Snæfellsnes tour. Through lava fields and along hillsides we ride down to the shore and continue our ride on the beach. This traditional trail, only revealed by the tide, offers horses and riders great opportunities to perform the smooth gait “tölt” over long distances.
Snæfellsnes the Magical and Mysterious! On this tour you ride through the Iceland´s most beautiful and gorgeous sights and you can experience the special gate Tölt on the long stretches of sandy beaches.
If you want to experience something authentic this is the tour for you! As participants you are joining an annual tradition and not a customized riding tour. Being amongst the farming community and lending a helping hand in this age-old tradition of the autumn round-up is as close as you can get to the heart and soul of this nation.
Imagine hundreds of free and spirited horses cantering down from their highland summer pastures to be reclaimed by their owners. Mares and their foals, young horses and geldings traverse the rough terrain, not yet quite willing to surrender their freedom before the onset of winter.