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G spot Iceland

Keflavik, Iceland
About G spot Iceland
Adventurers, explorers always looking for opportunity to sneak out into the wild. Hiking, 4x4 driving, fly fishing, caving we love all activities that can bring us closer to nature. All out tours are designed to avoid main tourist traffic. Aaaand most important :) we strive to be the cheapest on the market at the same time offering the most. We take at most 4 people per guide with our 4x4 jeeps.
Tours and Tickets by G spot Iceland
Northern lights hunting with plan G
In Norse mythology, aurora was Bifrost a bridge between earth and asgard - home of goods. It was guarded by the Heimdal and destroyed during ragnarok. Some attributed the aurora to reflections from the shields of the Valkyries - women chosen by Odin to guide fallen warriors to Valhalla. Others believed their glow came from the beautiful Viking goddess Freja, riding horseback on the sky.
These days we know aurora is caused by solar wind and thanks to science and technology we can predict it with high possibility.
We would like to offer you private hunting away from bus tours at remote spots visited by very few with a optional plan G.
With us you take no risk!
We'll contact you day before tour to discuss viewing probability and
if due to spoiled weather we cancel the tour you'll be refunded or offered different date. As for the plan G - if weather would be mixed we can get underground first, explore cave and after watch northern lights or the other way around depending on the weather.
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4 to 5 hours
from $124.86
Reykjanes secret G spots by jeep
Discover some of Iceland’s most stunning volcanic landscapes during this in-depth, full-day tour, capped at four people per guide. Travel between locations in a comfortable, WIFI-equipped vehicle, and explore deep in the earth’s surface with provided helmets, headlamps, and crampons. Highlights include two ancient lava caves, scenic Kleifarvatn Lake, a hike across steaming lava fields, and a glimpse of the iconic Blue Lagoon.
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6 to 8 hours
Likely To Sell Out
from $181.61
Private Golden Circle Jeep tour with extra G
Gullfoss Waterfall, Geysir Geothermal Field, and Thingvellir National Park. These sites are renowned across the world and are all as spectacular as they are unique, no wonder that Golden Circle is on top of almost every visitor’s list to do. Challenge starts with choosing company to travel with. Make sure you add extra G to your tour.

With G spot Iceland you will have the opportunity to see all wonders of Golden Circle in genuinely small groups of max 4 people per guide. We'll drive you in a comfortable jeep with some extra spots and opportunity to explore unique 9000 years old lava cave. We have 2 cars available so for groups of up to 8 people please contact us. Adventure is waiting out there... Let's do it together.
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8 to 10 hours
Likely To Sell Out
from $249.71
Private G tour by jeep
Take your faith in your own hands. Use G spot Iceland guides experience and create exciting tour that suits you most.
You can choose from wide range of options: adventure, adventure or adventure…. Despite your choice we would be looking for an adventure ! Hikes, 4x4 off roading, caving, fishing, bathing in hot springs, troll & elves hunt expeditions - it's up to you.
Trip will be personalised and configured according to your interests, expectations, fit and experience. You'll decide on the final plan and considering many different factors including weather we will do our best to make it happen.
This way you will get chance to explore Iceland the way you want in comfortable conditions with knowledgeable G spot guide that would tell you all about places of visit as well as about Iceland itself.
Just choose from places we have listed, your own or contact us for tailored offer.
And remember Iceland is beautiful as much as dangerous that said our priority will always be your safety.
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8 to 12 hours
Likely To Sell Out
from $964.80
Fire giant's crib with G spot Iceland
Scientists believe that all Icelandic lava caves were created by volcanic eruptions. We at G spot Iceland are not so sure about it taking under consideration early settlers tales. As according to them caves were created by gods and those we will see were created by giant named Surtr.
Cave was fire giant’s home once and with total length of 1970 m is the longest Icelandic lava tube. With its close neighbor Stefánshellir cave, combined length of tunnels reaches 3,5 km. Our unique exploration tour combines both mythological and geological aspects of lava cave genesis. G spot Iceland will take you for a journey through unique Icelandic landscape located at a Hallmundarhraun lava field next to Eiriksjokull glacier. Surtshellir and Stefánshellir caves offer impressive size hallways, unique lava formations, bandits activity signs. This is not a tour, this is an adventure. Grab your backpack, camera, put a smile on your face and let's start our journey-the way it should be done - G spot way.
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8 to 10 hours
Likely To Sell Out
from $272.41
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Reviewed September 8, 2019

They knew where to find some amazing looking off-the-beaten-path caves and they were very helpful in teaching me the basics of how to hike through them. Would certainly recommend, especially if you want a more "customized" tour than what most agencies around Iceland would probably...More

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank George3d6
Reviewed June 28, 2019 via mobile

Excellent guide. Day was well planned and we saw different places where we wouldn't have otherwise been able to go. Cave voisit excellent. Highly recommended!!

Date of experience: June 2019
Thank Risto K
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