We will either ride on a beautiful and smooth riding path along the Redhills, for a group of more experienced riders, we will ride by Rauðarvatn, on both routes, you will enjoy natural riding paths and a wonderful setting for horseback riding.
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.
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 cosy holiday farm with a hot outdoor tub and a hotel with private facilities during this tour.
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.
Two days in amazing landscape! This tour is ideal for those who would like to enjoy the Icelandic horse for couple of days in amazing landscape. On this riding tour you join the last two days of our popular Golden Circle tour where you ride through green pastures of Brúarhlöð canyon and cross the mighty Hvítár river.
Take a tour into the wilderness, traveling South of Langjökull and into the heart of South Iceland in Thingvellir National Park.
Enjoy the beauty of Icelandic nature on local horses with professional native guides.
This is a personal tour for at most 6 riders in the tour
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.
On this special tour, we join the farmers in South Iceland as they round up thousands of sheep from the mountains. We gather the sheep into the Landmannaafréttur communal sheepfold close to the famous Landmannalaugar geothermal area.