Skydiving is one of the most amazing experience you can try. It is also a great way to see the country you are visiting from a "different" perspective. Iceland is no different whereas you have views of glaciers, mountains and islands on the way up.
Ever been on a glacier? If not, going on a glacier hike in Iceland is sort of a must-do. This experience features an easy glacier walk with an option for people to try out their ice-climbing skills with an expert guide.
White water rafting down the East Glacial river in North Iceland is an adventure for thrill seekers who are up for an adventure. I've personally rafted down several rivers in Iceland and this one is easily number one.
Hvannadalshnjúkur is Iceland's tallest summit. The peak, which is 6900 feet high, is located in Vatnajökull Glacier in southeast Iceland. Climbing Hvannadalshnjúkur is challenging and a professional guide is needed.
Snorkelling between two tectonic plates, surfing amongst iceberg and snowboarding in the dark are among things you can't do anywhere but in Iceland. Here's an inspiring blog post for adventure-thirsty travellers.
The ultimate guide for thrill seeking people who are not afraid of the cold and want to surf in Iceland. The article includes great tips and valuable information such as a map with the best spots information about what gear is necessary and more.
The Fimmvörðuháls Mountain Pass is a 23 km/13 m long hiking trail in South Iceland. It's a very popular trail, probably due to the gorgeous scenery along the way. Here's an inspiring and yet informative article about this unique hike.
It is hard to find a more photogenic opportunity in Iceland than the insides of a stunning blue ice cave in the largest glacier in Europe. This is a great hiking and sightseeing combo adventure tour worth checking out.
It is absolutely possible to save some money on rental cars and hitchhike your way around Iceland instead. It's also a nice way to get to know the locals better. Here's a blog post on hitchhiking in Icelnad.
This 2–3 hour mountain bike tour takes you to interesting sights close to Iceland's number one attraction: The Blue Lagoon. This tour gives you the opportunity to experience the beauty of the Blue Lagoon in a different way.
Walking on a the largest glacier in Europe is a great adventure for everyone looking to get up-close and personal with the Icelandic nature. This one is a great tour accessible for everyone fit for an easy hike.
Vatnajökull, Europe's largest glacier, is located on the southeast corner of Iceland. If you want to give your roadtrip around Iceland an adventurous twist, you should make a stop at Vatnajökull and go take an unforgettable hike.
If you are looking for a relaxed adventure with plenty of opportunity to take excellent landscape photos, this highly recommended slow-drive concept tour in the Snæfellsnes Peninsula might be right up your alley.
The Fimmvörðuháls hiking trail is a around 15 miles long — it is possible to split the hike between two days or complete it in one day. In my opinion, this hike is ideal to experience the best of Iceland's nature.
If you are looking to get off the beaten tourist tracks in Iceland, Lónsöræfi is an excellent place to visit. It is hard to get there (without local expert guides) to which makes it worth your while. Unspoiled nature adventure at its very best.
If you like bathing in the nature, Iceland has plenty to offer. There are unique spots to go swimming all over the country and some of them totally undiscovered by tourists. This article reveals four exciting swim spots in Iceland.
Having hiked to the top of Mt. Snæfell myself, I can assure you it is well worth the effort on a good day! If you are looking for a great guided hike up the mountain, this local-guided tour is your best option.
Snorkeling is probably not what comes first to mind in the cold Icelandic climate. Think again! Snorkeling in Silfra is a surreal experience for all adventurers who don't mind some cold water snorkeling :)