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Jeep & 4WD Tours/Trips in Iceland

2 Jeep & 4WD trips through Iceland

Find a Jeep & 4WD trip that explores Iceland. There are 2 tours to choose from, that range in length from 5 days up to 7 days. The most popular month for these tours is , which has the most tour departures.

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2 Jeep & 4WD trips through Iceland

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  • Crawl your way through the Blue Mountain’s underlying lava caves and explore mysterious rock formations created by centuries of volcanic activity.
  • Drive into the countryside during winter for a chance to see the magnificent spectacle of dancing and swirling Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights).
  • Enjoy a thrilling drive to the ridge of the notorious Hekla Volcano or stop to view the Ljotipollur Crater, now submerged by a deep lake.
  • Cross mountain streams and drive on coarse gravel paths through the ruggedly beautiful landscape of the Icelandic highlands.
  • Wash the dirt away in the cascading waters of the shimmering Hjalparfoss Waterfall.
  • Be dazzled by the awesome sight of rhyolite mountains, a testament to the volcanic activities in Southern Iceland.
  • Unwind and relax in the warm waters of natural geothermal pools and soak up the awe inspiring landscape of Landmannalaugar.
  • Traverse the snowy landscape of the Langjokull Glacier by jeep and have fun discovering its mountains and peaks. End your day of adventure sleeping under a star-lit sky.


  • 4x4 jeep tours may be a better choice than a coach bus tour if you want to get off the beaten track.
  • Keep warm by dressing in layers of woollen sweaters and cardigans. Cover yourself with a rain/wind proof jacket and wear a hat, gloves and thermal socks.
  • Wear waterproof hiking boots when walking across rugged terrain.
  • Pack a swimsuit and a towel for use at hot springs.
  • Jeep tours are ideal for those who adventurous and those comfortable with a bumpy ride.
  • Opt to go lava caving only if you are not affected by claustrophobia.
  • Be careful while walking across lava fields as they may contain crevasses which are not visible to the untrained eye.
  • Autumn to Spring (August to April) are considered the best time to view the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights).