I was on the fence about whether I wanted to do a Super Jeep tour, and I found Iceland Safari via a friend of a friend. It was stunning, just an amazing experience.
We were picked up at our farmhouse and taken to see a shooting geyser, and then to bathe in a natural hot springs in Hveravellir. Our guide told us about the outlaw who had once lived there, surviving on stolen sheep and natural herbs, wild mountain sorrel and several others that our guide showed us and let us taste.
This was the furthest north I have ever been, and the scenery alone is mindblowing. We could have been on the moon. We barely saw any sheep, let alone houses or people, just the occasional rock structures possibly built by elves. We did see a native fox, a running flash of white that our driver stopped to point out to us.
In July the weather was about 8 C (46 F). Bring warm clothes -- jeans are okay but not ideal; "cotton kills" as our guide said, because it gets wet and never dries. Bring food and drinking water. The weather in Iceland changes fast and the wind and rain come at you sideways. Iceland kills umbrellas.
This tour was not physically challenging, we did only short hikes. If you want to bathe in the geothermal hot springs, consider wearing your swimsuit under your clothes.
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