Across the Rift
Tour Code: ILR62
Drive- guide, accommodation, full board and sleeping bags
7 days, 6 nights
Participants are picked up at their accommodation at 8:30 AM
Hotels and Mountain huts
Minimum 4 persons
The Highlights of the Interior Highlands
Besides being super fun, the best thing about traveling in a Super Jeep is that you can go to places that are inaccessible otherwise. In this case, we happily travel to the middle of Iceland, right to the rift that literally splits this country in two. Because of this rift, we can and will experience Iceland’s unique geothermal activity which is beautifully showcased in areas like Geysir, Landmannalaugar and Askja. We will also travel to natural wonders like the Lake Mývatn area and Dettifoss waterfall. By travelling via Super Jeep, we take the roads less travelled and see a side of Iceland that only few have perspective of. During this tour, we will stay in comfortable hotels and mountain huts. Come see Iceland like never before.
Available for groups up on request!
Minimum age: 14 years
- Diver-guide per group of 4 - 6 persons
- Food (from lunch on day 1 to lunch on day 7)
- Accommodation in hotels (4 nights)
- Sleeping bag accommodation in mountain huts (2 nights)
- Warm clothes
- Rain gear (can be rented)
- Hiking boots (can be rented)
- Sleeping bag
D1: Geysir - Gullfoss - Fjallabak.
D3: Sprengisandur - Gæsavötn.
D5 - D6: Lake Mývatn.
D7: Dettifoss - Húsavík (optional whale watching) - flight to Reykjavík.
Boots and Clothing:
- Hiking boots – light hiking boots with waterproofing and ankle support are preferred.
- Long and short sleeve thermal underwear – Wool or synthetic.
- Rain Jacket with a good hood– Preferably waterproof and breathable material.
- Hiking pants.
- Rain trousers – Waterproof and breathable material.
- Gloves – Wool or synthetic.
- Socks – two to three pairs of hiking socks - Wool or synthetic.
- Warm hat – Wool or synthetic.
- Backpack for clothes and items used during the day. Size: 20-30 litres.
- Duffel bag for your overnight gear, preferably not a suit-case.
- Towel – A light weight and packable one.
- Sunglasses and sun protection.
- Water bottle.
- Casual clothes / change of clothes.
- Prescription medication and other personal health items.
- Toiletries; Toothbrush, toothpaste, soap etc.
- Sleeping bag – A basic sleeping bag with no specific temperature rating is sufficient for summer tours. Good summer sleeping bag will do for winter tours in huts (depending on tour).
- Headlamp for reading and getting around the hut.
- Walking pole(s).
- Pen knife.
- Sun/rain Hat or a Cap.
- Thermal mat (for lunch breaks).
- Camera, spare batteries and a memory card or films.
- Puffy jacket to through on during stops (e.g. Primaloft or down)
- Slippers for indoor use.
- Aperitif or other heart-warming spirits.
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