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Viking Horse Riding Tour and Golden Circle


CERTIFIED OPERATOR     Tour operator: Gray Line     9 hours     Travel method: Bus

Experience Iceland on horseback, just as the early Viking settlers once did. This is a fantastic way to see the countryside. The Icelandic horse is renowned the world over for its loyalty, stamina and gentle nature. On this tour you will ride through the idyllic landscape of Laxnes, just out of Reykjavik city. The riding tour is suitable for all experience levels, from beginner to expert. After the riding experience, we will be joining the Golden Circle Express tour, where you will visit the National Park Þingvellir where the Icelandic parliament, Alþingi, was established in 930 AD. A place of natural beauty and UNESCO World Hertage site, it’s also where you can see an example of the tectonic plates drifting apart. At Gullfoss waterfall, get up close to this impressive natural phenomenon or climb to the viewing platform for a better view. Then we will go to Geysir geothermal area where you can explore the bubbling hot springs at Geysir and see Strokkur geyser erupt every few minutes.





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Minimum age: 8 years
Difficulty:   VERY EASY



What is included

  • Horse riding tour with English guidance
  • Bus tour with English guidance

What do I need to bring

  • Appropriate clothing
  • Camera





  Attention

  • This tour is not recommended for children under the age of 8.
  • We recommend wearing warm and waterproof clothing, since the weather is often colder in the countryside than in Reykjavík.


Adults 21.900 ISK
Youth 21.900 ISK
Child 10.950 ISK
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Duration

9 hours

What is included

  • Horse riding tour with English guidance
  • Bus tour with English guidance

Difficulty

VERY EASY

Minimum age

8 years

What do I need to bring

  • Appropriate clothing
  • Camera

Attention

  • This tour is not recommended for children under the age of 8.
  • We recommend wearing warm and waterproof clothing, since the weather is often colder in the countryside than in Reykjavík.