Super jeep transfer

Getting here in winter

We offer winter transfers in a professionally-driven super jeep. Buckle up for a heart-stopping voyage.

An epic experience

An unforgettable journey

The highland routes are not serviced in winter. During the winter season, from October 1 to June 14, we can only be reached with a 4x4 super jeep.

You can reserve a seat in an unstoppable mountain truck, driven by a professional who loves to share their knowledge about this adrenalin-fueled adventure. Prepare for the ride of your life with Amazing Tours.

Enjoy the ride

Reserve your super jeep seat

It’s an adventure in itself. Be sure to book both ways—to and from Highland Base.

From Basecamp Skjól to Highland Base


  • ISK 13,500 1 March to 14 June 2024

Full price is ISK 18,000

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From Highland Base to Basecamp Skjól


  • ISK 13,500 1 March to 14 June 2024

Full price is ISK 18,000

View details below

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Transfer details

1 March - 14 June 2024:

  • Price: ISK 13,500 per person one way (special rate)

  • Transfers from Skjól Basecamp to Highland Base available on Thursdays and Fridays at 13:00

  • Transfers from Highland Base to Skjól Basecamp on Saturdays and Sundays at 13:00

Departures from:

Duration: 2-5 hours (depends on road conditions)

Minimum age: 8 years old

* Located near Gullfoss, Basecamp Skjól is approximately a 1.5 hour drive from Reykjavík. You can park your car there.


  • English speaking driver guide

  • Seat in a shared super jeep from/to Basecamp Skjól and Highland Base


  • Meals

  • Drinks

Please note

  • The transfer duration is subject to weather and road conditions and (may exceed 2 hours)

  • The highland routes are not serviced during wintertime

  • Expect bumpy roads

What do I need to bring?

  • Water

  • Snacks

  • Warm and comfortable clothing

Cancellation policy

Full refund if canceled at least 72 hours before departure.

Traveling to the highlands

Getting here in summer

From Reykjavík, the trip takes approximately 3.5 hours, covering nearly 200 kilometers—a voyage moving from paved highways to the challenging and desolate gravel roads of the country’s interior.


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Any questions?

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