Book an ATV tour in Iceland during your stay at Hotel Rangá and experience an adrenaline filled adventure. ATVs are controlled by an accelerator and steering system connected to the vehicle’s handlebars and can hold up to two persons. The open-air design gives riders an up-close view of Iceland’s incredible landscape.
ATV tours in Iceland allow travelers to explore some of our country’s most astonishing sites. You will drive across Iceland’s famous black sand beaches and watch waves crash against craggy cliffs while birds soar overhead. Or drive across mossy tundra deep into the Icelandic highlands where an experienced guide will show you hidden waterfalls and maybe even a long-forgotten cave. Our trusted tour operators offer several different ATV tours in Iceland. All tours can be tailored to your wishes.
Keep in mind
Various ATV Tours
Various tours are available year-round. We partner only with reputable tour companies that ensure the safety, comfort, and satisfaction of our guests. Reach out to our front desk concierge today to book your dream tour.
Black Sand Beach
Drive from hotel
ISK 16.990 pp
Black Sand Beach & DC3 Plane Wreck
Drive from hotel
ISK 21.990 pp
Frequently asked questions about at atv tours
Children, 8 years and older, can go on an ATV tour with an accompanying adult.
Drivers must be 17 years of age or older and have a full, valid driver’s license.
Minimum of two persons per tour.
Yes, you can book a single ride for additional fee.
Yes, drive responsibly and the ATVs are safe. We only book tours with high quality local tour agencies.
Yes, all trips can be tailored to your skill levels & wishes. Reach out to our concierge for assistance.
Yes, we can arrange a pick-up from the hotel at additional cost.
Yes, you can bring your phone and your camera. Keep in mind that you might get wet so you want to bring the camera in a waterproof casing.
The weather in Iceland can change rapidly and usually that is a part of the adventure. But with your safety in mind we reserve the right to cancel this tour due to very bad weather conditions.
48 hours prior to departure