DT 404 Private Monster Truck Landmannalaugar and Hekla Volcano
Hekla volcano is one of Iceland’s most extraordinary geological wonders. When you join this 9-hour 4X4 Monster Truck tour, it will give you a chance to walk on ice, lava, volcanic ash and allow you to warm up by getting into a natural hot spring. During this day trip from Reykjavik led by a driver/guide, you'll experience off-road and highway driving, and see sights such as Hekla volcano, cobalt blue lake at Ljlotipollur, Hjalparfoss Waterfall, and Forstastaoa Lake. Private tour is limited to a maximum of 10 people per Monster Truck and includes hotel pickup and drop-off and national park fees.
Your driver/guide will pick you up at your hotel in Reykjavik between 8:30am - 9am, and you'll board your 4X4 6 doors Monster Truck equipped with an extra fold-down step for easy accessibility, luxurious leather seats, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, GPS, first-aid kit, trackwell and other security equipment. All vehicles are modified with large 46-inch wheels and are ready for the mighty challenge of this off-road and highway excursion.
Begin your day with a drive taking you through rivers, across glittering crater walls, over lava fields and along colorful mountains, where you will be able to witness geothermal activity and a stunning natural scenery. To top it all, this stunning off-road drive in Iceland comes with a personal service from your guide. Some of the Hekla volcano tour highlights include Hekla Volcano, cobalt blue lake at Ljlotipollur, Frostastaoa Lake, Geothermal activity and lava fields. Take a dip in a natural hot spring and see the Hjalparfoss Waterfall.
This tour lasts approximately 9 hours, and once the tour finishes, you'll return to your hotel in Reykjavik around 6pm.
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What is included
National Park fees
Hotel pickup and drop-off
A minimum of 1 per booking is required
A maximum of 10 people per Monster Truck
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Note: Between May 1 to June 17 the area can be closed due to sensitive nature after melting snow, this driving restrictions can change with short notice and needs to be viewed daily.