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Reykjavík area 1 hour adventure

This 1 hour guided Buggy tour is a unique way to enjoy Icelandic nature, yet starting off only 20 minutes from downtown Reykjavík. Strap into a two-seat Buggy with your partner and prepare to overcome obstacles in the rugged landscape by the slopes of Esja Mountain; climbing hills, running through river beds and much more. This Buggy tour is for those who crave bumpy, dusty, dirty driving thrills, while getting up close and personal with nature. No extra charge for dust, mud, water splashes, or even snow!

Our Buggies are equipped with 4-point harnesses for your safety and automatic transmission for driving ease. All you need is a spirit for adventure, and a valid driving license for the driver.

Information

Duration: 1, 5 hrs. (1 hr. driving in the Buggy)

Operation: All Year.

Included: 1 hr. guided Buggy tour (2 in each Buggy), helmets, gloves, balaclavas, and water resistant overalls.

Pick up time: starts 1 hour before tour departure time.

Pick up location: Hotels and guesthouses in the Reykjavík area – for extra 3.000 ISK per person.

Please check out www.busstop.is for info on pick up locations in the city center.

Bring: Warm clothing under the overall and a change of clothes for after the tour.

Weight limit: Maximum weight per passenger/driver; 120 kg or 264 lbs. Maximum combined weight; 220 kg or 485 lbs. For more information, please look at our FAQ page.

Good to know: We stop on the way, so you both have the opportunity to drive. You need a valid driving license to drive the Buggy.

*Coaches and super jeeps are forbidden to access certain areas of the city center, so we may have to ask you to walk a short distance from your hotel.

If you have a discount code,  please enter your code in the payment section after clicking on ‘Book’.

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