5 great walking tours in Iceland.
Searching for a walking trip in Iceland?
Below you will find 5 curated walking tours taking place in Iceland with 8 reviews.
Our walking tours are supplied by 4 hand-picked travel operators in Iceland.
With trip prices ranging from 134 USD to 2,849 USD and trip durations varying from 1 day and to 8 days, there is plenty to choose from.
“I did not know what to expect of Greenland (nor Iceland), other than it might feel wintery. Actually, the weather was wonderful – crisp and sunny, sometimes windy… and moody, which only enhanced the exquisite photo opportunities. There is nothing not to like; raw and dramatic scenery, and the usual high organisation that one expects from Exodus. I would highly recommend the trip, if you love the outdoors, leisurely yet rewarding walking, in an other-worldly place. The only thing missing was much land based wildlife, but harsh winters keep animals at bay, and this only serves to remind one how extreme the winter climate must be.”
“Walking in such a remote place was a priveldge. We were so lucky with the weather and able to enjoy stunning views and experience the wonder of icebergs and a glacier calving. 2 Husky puppies accompanied us on one of our walks, bringing added fun. Wading across chilly (very) waters of a river on our 25k walk was an experience and accomplished safely. The group got on so well and we had great fun at "happy hour" and impromptu games. We visited the museum and reconstructed dwelling in Tasiilaq and learnt much of the history of the original settlers from the Danish school teacher, who was volunteering there. A real eye opener. The helicopter transfer was very good, but on the way back to Kulusuk the pilot was ill and we came by boat. We enjoyed the trip, seeing icebergs and lots of humpback whales! We had 3 extra nights in Reykjavik on the way back and really enjoyed this time. A real adventure!”