Viking Horse and Golden Circle Trip

Viking Horse and Golden Circle Trip

Day trips

Viking Horse and Golden Circle Trip

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Get to know the Icelandic horse on a riding tour and then visit Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir hot spring and Þingvellir National Park

Make your dreams come true by acquainting yourself with Icelandic horses. After your riding experience, enjoy a lunch break before heading to the National Park Þingvellir, Gullfoss Waterfall and Geysir

Free Cancellation Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure
9h30min Duration of experience
Tour Guide / Driver Type of tour leader

Experience

  • Riding the Icelandic Viking horse
  • Experiencing nature from horse back
  • The power of Gullfoss waterfall
  • Erupting hot spring at Geysir geothermal area
  • Nature and history at Þingvellir National Park

  • Complimentary pick up and drop off for hotels, guesthouses and bus stops
  • Roundtrip transportation
  • Viking horse riding tour
  • Professional tour guide on riding tour

  • The Viking Horse riding tour tour is not recommended for children under the age of 8

Ideal for those with little time, but want to get an all encompassing experience of Iceland, enjoy this combination of a Viking Horse Riding Tour and ... See more
Highlights
  • Riding the Icelandic Viking horse
  • Experiencing nature from horse back
  • The power of Gullfoss waterfall
  • Erupting hot spring at Geysir geothermal area
  • Nature and history at Þingvellir National Park
Includes
  • Complimentary pick up and drop off for hotels, guesthouses and bus stops
  • Roundtrip transportation
  • Viking horse riding tour
  • Professional tour guide on riding tour
Essential Information
  • The Viking Horse riding tour tour is not recommended for children under the age of 8
Itinerary
Ideal for those with little time, but want to get an all encompassing experience of Iceland, enjoy this combination of a Viking Horse Riding Tour and Golden Circle Afternoon.

The Icelandic horse is a breed that has remained virtually unchanged since the Vikings, which were brought to Iceland in the 9th century. Enjoy a riding tour in the idyllic landscape of Laxnes, located just outside of Reykjavik city.

After riding we’ll take a short break before making our way ... See more
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Customer Reviews

4.6
based on 25 verified reviews
Feb 4 2024
Der Ausritt war top, der Golden Circle ebenfalls und der Guide war auch in Ordnung. Was etwas störend war, war dass wir zwischen dem Ende des Ausrittes und der Abholung rund eine Stunde allein auf der Farm gesessen haben. Außerdem fuhr unser Bus auf dem Rückweg noch einen Umweg, um an der Secret Lagoon noch Leute einzusammeln.
a Gray Line customer
Nov 6 2022
Der Kauf an sich war easy und zu einem fairen Preis
a Gray Line customer
Apr 16 2019
Beautiful location. The brother and sister that run the place are super friendly. The tour was amazing. As a novice rider it was a nice easy tour.
a Gray Line customer
Apr 7 2019
the tour was very nice. horse riding in the cold was life time experience. the golden tour was very nice and many nice places to see and have memories. a must try one.
Mr Nial Subedi
Jan 29 2019
Please see last review we wrote.
a Gray Line customer
Dec 1 2018
Limited review. We were picked up by the van from the Laxnes horse farm on time and drove about 1/2 hour to begin this part of the tour. At the farm we put on insulated overalls and helmets and proceeded to be assigned to a horse. Two guides came with the group, one in front the other in the rear. The ride lasted about two hours. We rode a trail through open fields, creeks, up and down hills, all surrounded by striking Icelandic landscapes. At the halfway point we gave the horses a rest and were able ta walk to view a waterfall in the hills. We returned by a different route to the farm to complete the ride At Laxnes we were able to buy soup and bread while we waited for Gray Line to pick us up to join the Golden Circle Express Tour. The first stop fo the tour was at Thingvellir National Park. Unfortunately for me here I slipped on the ice and broke my wrist and had to discontinue the tour. I have high praise for Gray Line at this point. The tour guide informed home office and a car was sent to the locayion to take me back to Reykjavik's hospital where the arm was x-rayed, set and placed in a cast. The staff at the park's reception center was also excellent providing first aid.My children continued on the tour and raved about the rest of it.
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