Dettifoss is Europe's most powerful waterfall, with an astounding 212 tonnes of water per second flowing over its edge, causing the ground to shake! Accessible via a rough track, the perfect way to get there is by superjeep with an expert driver/guide, whether in summer or the icy depths of winter!
Experience riding the world's most pure-bred horse on a choice of riding excursions close to Hveragerdi, around a half hour drive from Reykjavik. From Eldhestar Horse Riding Centre (Vellir Farm) choose excursions lasting from one to three hours. Riders are matched with horses according to experience.
A journey by plane, this tour examines Iceland's breathtaking topography, viewing the island's magnificent ice-coated volcanic terrain in a way that reveals the land to be a true myriad of colours and hues.
Cruise around Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon, one of Iceland's most famous and jaw-dropping landmarks, in an inflatable rib (Zodiac). The design of the boat enables quick and close-up access to the dramatic icebergs which inhabit and characterise the lagoon.
The 'Secret Lagoon' was built in 1891 and is the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. This outdoor geothermal bathing spot remains at a constant temperature of 36-40°C and is accessible throughout the year.
This exhilirating snowmobiling adventure takes you to the top of the spectacular Mýrdalsjökull glacier, offering, weather permitting, breathtaking views over South Iceland, one of the most scenic regions of the country.
Departing from Egilsstadir this is a fascinating guided day trip by powerful superjeep through the highlands of the East Fjords, visiting Europe's largest dam at Karahnjukar, and the 200-metre deep canyon of Hafrahvammagljufur.
Take a cruise from the coastal village of Olafsvik along the north shore of Snaefellsnes Peninsula on this whale watching excursion. There are opportunities to spot blue, fin, humpback, minke and killer whales as well as numerous seabirds.