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Ingólfshöfði Coast Tour

Nature Experience Trip

 - tractor-drawn 

    hay cart ride

 

 - guided walk

 

 - sightseeing

- nature experience

- visit to a black sand beach

 

Duration:

3 hours

Hay cart ride takes 25 -30 min each way

 

2 hour guided walk at Ingólfshöfði nature reserve

 

Difficulty:

Medium. 3 km of hiking involved, the first part up a steep sand slope

Season:

Late August until early October

 

Departure times:

check the booking calendar for available days

 

Meeting place:

Ingólfshöfði Check in Hut 2 km south of main road

9.000 ISK

Kids 8-16 years old 2.500 ISK 

3 hours

 Kids 8-16 years old 2.500 ISK 

Cape Ingolfshofdi is an isolated headland on the coast half way between Skaftafell in Vatnajokull National Park and Jökulsárlón ice lagoon. The cape is named after the first settler of Iceland, Ingolfur Arnarson, who spent his first winter in Iceland there in the year 874 AD.


To get to Ingólfshöfði we cross 6 km of waters, marshes and sands in a tractor-drawn hay cart. The drive takes about 25 - 30 minutes each way, so we spend about 2 hour hiking around the cape. The circle we hike around the nature reserve is 3 km long. In the beginning we need to walk up a steep sand slope, and then through rocky terrain, but then it gets more easy, mostly hiking on flat grass land and we make many stops along the way. In the end of the trip we hike down th the beach, either on the west side or the east side of the cape depending on the weather.

Booking Calendar

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