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Superjeep Golden Circle top#1
The Golden Circle is one of Iceland's most popular tourist attractions and a must-do for visitors to Reykjavík. This day tour takes you on an unforgettable journey through some of the country’s most beautiful places, including Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss Waterfall, Langjökull glacier area, Geysir Hot Springs and Kerid Crater.
This magical experience is sure to leave you with some amazing memories and a deeper appreciation of Iceland's stunning natural beauty. From the dramatic waterfalls, bubbling hot springs, stunning glacier and spectacular views, the Golden Circle will make your trip to Iceland even more special. Whether you are looking for a relaxed tour or an adventure-filled day, the Golden Circle has something for everyone. So why not join us on our Superjeep Golden Circle Tour? You won’t regret it!
þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of Icelandic democracy. þingvellir is situated in a rift valley created by the separation of two tectonic plates – the North American and Eurasian plates. It was here that Iceland’s first parliament, Alþingi, gathered each summer for over 900 years. þingvellir is full of natural beauty, featuring stunning landscapes and geology that tell the stories of Iceland's history.
Gullfoss waterfall is one of the highlights of the Golden Circle tour as it is one of the largest and most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland. The thundering waters plunge 32 meters into a canyon, creating a powerful sight that leaves all visitors in awe. Gullfoss is located on the popular Hvítá river and its impressive beauty has been attracting tourists for many years. It represents an amazing natural phenomenon, with the power and beauty of nature truly coming to life.
Langjökull glacier, the second largest glacier in Iceland, Langjökull offers breathtaking views and is a great place to admire the beauty of nature. You can even add on snowmobiling on Langjökull glacier, we will provide you with all the necessary equipment and take you to some of the most beautiful areas of the glacier.
Geysir geothermal area is home to some of the country's best geysers and bubbling hot springs, Strokkur geyser is one of Iceland’s most active geysers, shooting water up to 30 meters high every few minutes. Visitors can marvel at its powerful eruptions and admire its incredible colors
Book your Superjeep Golden Circle Tour today and get ready for an unforgettable experience in Iceland.
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Superjeep South Coast top#2
The South Coast tour is a must-see for nature enthusiasts who want to experience Iceland's stunning scenery. The tour takes visitors along the south coast of Iceland, which is one of the country's most picturesque regions, all the way to the charming village of Vík, surrounded by towering bird cliffs.
South Iceland is known for its flat terrain, which makes it one of the few places in Iceland suitable for grain farming. The high mountains to the north provide shelter from the harshest winds from the north.
The tour includes visits to several famous natural landmarks, such as the breathtaking Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls. Seljalandsfoss is part of the Seljalandsá river, which originates from the Eyjafjallajökull glacier. This waterfall is unique in that visitors can walk behind it. However, it is recommended to bring a raincoat or waterproof coat. Skógafoss is another famous waterfall and the starting point for the Fimmvörðuháls hike over to Þórsmörk. It has also been used as a filming location for movies such as Thor: The Dark World and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.
The tour also includes a visit to the stunning Reynisfjara black sand beach, which features the Reynisdrangar rock formations and columnar basalt. This beach is one of Iceland's most magnificent beaches but can be quite dangerous due to powerful sneaker waves. Visitors are kindly asked to follow all safety guidelines and not get too close to the ocean.
Dyrhólaey is a stunning natural landmark that is popular with tourists visiting the area. The name Dyrhólaey means "door hole island" and refers to the massive arch that was carved by the ocean through the headland. The arch is quite dramatic and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding black sand beaches, rock formations, and the Atlantic Ocean.
In addition to the arch, Dyrhólaey is also known for its lighthouse, which was built in 1910 and stands on top of the promontory at an elevation of 120 meters. The lighthouse offers panoramic views of the coastline and the surrounding area.
Dyrhólaey is also home to a large population of seabirds, including puffins, which can be seen nesting on the cliffs during the summer months. The area is protected, and visitors are asked to stay on designated paths and not disturb the birds.
Overall, Dyrhólaey is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and photographers, offering stunning vistas and unique geological formations.
Lastly, the tour stops by Sólheimajökull glacier, where visitors can walk up to a small lake formed in front of the retreating glacier. The South Coast tour is a fantastic opportunity to experience Iceland's natural beauty and marvel at some of the country's most iconic landmarks.
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Superjeep Þorsmörk top#3
Þórsmörk, also known as "Thor's Valley," is a stunning valley in southern Iceland, located between the glaciers of Eyjafjallajökull and Tindfjallajökull. The landscape is otherworldly, with verdant valleys, moss-covered lava fields, and towering mountains. The valley is filled with birch forests, dotted with wildflowers, and crossed by clear streams.
One of the most striking features of Þórsmörk is the diverse range of landscapes that can be found within its borders. Visitors can hike through lush valleys, cross rugged mountain passes, and explore rocky canyons. The area is also home to numerous waterfalls, including the spectacular Stakkholtsgjá canyon.
Stakkholtsgjá canyon has been a popular filming location for several TV shows and films due to its stunning natural beauty and unique landscape. Game of Thrones: This iconic canyon was used as the backdrop for the "North of the Wall" scenes in the HBO series Game of Thrones. Specifically, it appeared in the scene where Jon Snow and the wildlings pass through the canyon on their way to capture a wight. Noah: The biblical epic film "Noah" directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, and Emma Watson was partially filmed in Stakkholtsgjá canyon. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty: This adventure-comedy film directed by and starring Ben Stiller used the canyon as one of its filming locations. The canyon appears in the scene where Walter Mitty (played by Ben Stiller) skateboards down a winding road. Star Trek: Discovery: The Stakkholtsgjá canyon was used as a filming location for an episode of the third season of the science fiction series Star Trek: Discovery. These are just a few examples of the many productions that have been shot in Stakkholtsgjá canyon. Its unique and breathtaking scenery has made it a popular destination for filmmakers looking for dramatic and otherworldly locations.
One of the most iconic sights in Þórsmörk is the towering volcano Eyjafjallajökull, which famously erupted in 2010, causing widespread disruption to air travel in Europe. Visitors can hike to the summit of nearby mountains for stunning panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and the volcano.
Þórsmörk is also a popular destination for hikers, with two of Iceland's most famous trails passing through the valley. The Laugavegur Trail and the Fimmvörðuháls Trail offer multi-day hikes through some of Iceland's most dramatic scenery, including glaciers, geothermal areas, and volcanic landscapes.
Overall, Þórsmörk is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking to experience the rugged, unspoiled beauty of Iceland's wilderness.
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Superjeep Landmannalaugar top#4
Landmannalaugar is a renowned area in Iceland, known for its breathtaking natural beauty and geothermal activity. It is situated in the highlands and is considered difficult to reach, which is seen as a plus by Icelanders. The landscape is characterized by otherworldly rhyolite mountains and lava fields that create an alien, expansive, and stark environment. The area has a rich history of being a stopping point for sheepherders from the Landsveit region, who would soak in the thermal pools to renew their spirits after a long day of herding. The tradition has remained unchanged for centuries.
Today, Landmannalaugar has become a recreational wonderland for nature lovers, hikers, and adventurers. The road leading to Landmannalaugar is an exciting experience, passing through a lush green river valley and reconstructed Viking-age farms with turf roofs and drystack walls. Leaving the pavement and starting on the mountain road, the green fields outside the windows turn into inky black lava fields, setting the mood for a somber and awe-inspiring journey. The landscape around Hekla volcano, the volcano itself is standing at a height of 1,491 meters (4,892 feet) above sea level and is shaped by volcanic activity, with lava fields, ash deposits, and volcanic craters dotting the area. The volcano has erupted frequently throughout history or about 20 times since the settlement of Iceland, with the most recent eruptions occurring in 1970, 1980, 1991, 2000, and 2014 and the surrounding landscape is evidence of that.
Reaching Landmannalaugar is like stepping into a dream world. The landscape is a burst of light-colored mountains streaked in surreal colors like red, yellow, orange, green, and purple, an unusual feature of rhyolite hillsides. Exploring Landmannalaugar on foot brings visitors into remarkable landscapes, such as bubbling mud pots, lava fields, magnificent rhyolite mountains, craters, and great hunks of obsidian jutting up from the ground.
After an adventurous exploration of the interior, visitors can relax and soak in the natural geothermal pools, just like the sheepherders before them. The soothing waters of the pools are surrounded by unbelievable beauty and calm, providing an opportunity to stop, relax, and reconnect with the world. Overall, Landmannalaugar is a magical destination that allows visitors to disconnect from the world while being immersed in Iceland's natural beauty.