Landmannalaugar Jeep Tour

Landmannalaugar Jeep Tour

Stay for two nights at farmer's guest house Lambastaðir in South Iceland and go on an adventurous 4x4 jeep tour to Landmannalaugar in the highlands. Landmannalaugar is situated in a valley between colourful mountains at the edge of the rhyolite lava field Laugahraun. Hot and cold springs create a natural warm river, perfect for bathing and in a spectacular setting! Daily departures from 1 July to 10 October. 

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  • Accommodation for two nights with private/en-suite bathroom at Guesthouse Lambastaðir 
  • Breakfast both days
  • 4x4 jeep day tour to Landmannalaugar - duration 8-9 hours
  • Local guide


  • The thrill of driving in a 4x4 super jeep through rivers and rocky roads
  • The highland paradise of Landmannalaugar
  • View hot springs and colourful rhyolite mountains
  • Take a dip in the naturally warm river
  • Accommodation with great views and a relaxed atmosphere, ideal location for sightseeing in South Iceland

What to bring

  • Warm clothes and waterproof walking shoes
  • Swimsuit for bathing if interested


About Landmannalaugar

Landmannalaugar is a popular hiking hub in Iceland's highlands and known for its beautiful and unusual geological elements, like the multicoloured rhyolite mountains and expansive lava fields. The many mountains in the surrounding area display a wide spectrum of colours including pink, brown, green, yellow, blue, purple, black and white. The road to Landmannalaugar is only open during the summer months and is only for experienced drivers of 4x4 vehicles.

Rock ledge Gaukshöfði - View over volcano Mt. Hekla

The day begins with a drive to the rock ledge Gaukshöfði. There, you have a good view towards the active volcano Mt. Hekla and over the valley Þjórsárdalur, which became deserted in the year 1104 following one of Hekla's eruptions.

Waterfall Hjálparfoss & medieval farm Stöng

The drive continues to the waterfall Hjálparfoss and to Þjóðveldisbær, a reconstructed Viking-era farmstead modelled on the medieval farm Stöng which is located a little further up in the valley of Þjórsárdalur. 

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Búrfell power station

The next destination is the Interactive Energy Exhibition at Búrfell Power Station. The exhibition shows how renewable energy in Iceland is produced and invites visitors to look into the future and at the possibility of harnessing power from geothermal, wind and sea sources. 

Ljótipollur "Ugly pool" and then to Landmannalaugar

From there, the drive continues up to the highlands towards Ljótipollur ('Ugly pool'), a crater formed in a 15th century eruption, and then to Landmannalaugar where you can bathe in the natural hot river or go hiking, as you wish.

Lambastaðir guesthouse

Once you feel energised enough to move on, the drive continues down Dómadalur, a lush valley just north of the volcano Hekla, and ends at Lambastadir Guesthouse.  


€784 - per person in double room
€1158 - when one person is travelling staying in single room

Minimum 2 pax

Driving distance: ca. 300 km



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