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FAQ

To ensure you have a place on the tour, we always advise to book in advance.  This makes sure you join a safe and enjoyable tour with us, and allows us to keep you updated if there are any changes to our schedules.

Tour reservations are priced per person sharing a vehicle, with a qualified and experienced, English Speaking Guide.

The minimum age limit for our Snowmobiling and ATV tours is 8 years old.
The age limit to operate a snowmobile or ATV quad is 17 years old, and drivers require a fully valid license to operate the vehicle.
Children and those who do not hold a driver’s license are able to ride as passengers on the vehicle.

We operate our glacier walks and motorised tours all year round.  Although conditions may change throughout the year, we always make sure you have a safe and enjoyable experience with us.

In Iceland you can sometimes expect to experience many seasons in a day, from a sunny day to rain and cloudy skies.  It is highly recommended to dress appropriately for the conditions to enjoy your tour.

You can visit the Icelandic Met Office Website for an up to date forecast.

If you are driving to location in a rental car, we recommend you visit safetravel.is and road.is for driving conditions and general information when travelling in Iceland.

When driving to location, we recommend giving yourself extra driving time for wintry road conditions.

We would recommend to wear warm clothing, preferably layers that would keep you dry and comfortable. Good waterproof shoes would also be recommended.

For our Snowmobile and ATV tours, we provide overalls, woollen gloves, balaclavas and helmets. 

You are welcome to wear a normal backpack, it is perfectly safe to bring this with you.  This allows you to have your camera, refreshments or snack bars handy on the tour.

We kindly ask that whatever you bring with you on the tour, you take back with you, keeping the environment clean and unspoiled.

Every woman is different when it comes to pregnancy, we would advise that you speak with your doctor before making a decision.

Our recommendation is that women past their first trimester should not join the motorised activity, due to the rugged and uneven terrain on the trail.

You will have to sign a Participant Agreement before you go on the tour, informing your guide of your pregnancy, as you would be participating at your own risk.  Please note that the nearest hospital approximately 100km away if anything were to happen on location.

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