Experience the four seasons on one panoramic helicopter flight with scenic tours across the southern coast of Iceland.
From the snowy peaks of dormant volcanoes to the verdant mossy valleys of the island's national parks, experience the rapidly changing landscapes of Icelandic nature with this picturesque flight that travels across the colourful rhyolite mountains of Landmannalaugar in the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, the craters of Laki eruption from 1783 and the lakes of Veidivötn in the central highlands of Iceland.
Reached within 45 min from Keflavik international airport and is only a 10-minute shuttle from the city centre, the domestic airport in Reykjavik lies in direct proximity to the city centre and major landmarks like Hallgrimskirkja church, the Perlan glass dome and geothermal Blue Lagoon spa, near the village of Grindavik.
Meeting at the heli base in central Reykjavik, this four-hour tour is a private flight for 3 passengers.A half day helicopter flight across southern Iceland, this private tour explores some of the island's most isolated landscapes and popular landmarks including Eyjafjallajökull volcano (which last erupted in 2010), Thingvellir National Park (home of the 7ft North Atlantic Ridge) , Gullfoss and Háifoss waterfalls (Iceland's biggest & tallest) as well as the Strokkur and Geysir (with geothermal eruptions every 10-minutes)!
4-seater Robinson R44
Range: 300NM (550 km)
Cruise Speed: up to 113 kts (210 km/h)
Max. Speed: 130 kts (240 km/h)
Max. Operating Altitude: 14'000 ft (4'250 m)
Weather and tectonic activity play an important role in this scenic helicopter flight across Southern Iceland. Consequently, there is a possibility of deviations and route changes based on safety conditions on the day.
Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Group fixed price for 1 to 3 participants.
Please note that this activity is weather dependent.