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G spot Iceland

Keflavik, Iceland
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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.
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Reykjanes secret G spots

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
from $203.85

Private Golden Circle 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'll take you for a delicious tomato soup with home baked style bread in a warm greenhouse where we would relax between tomatoes and bumble bees. Adventure is waiting out there... Let's do it together.
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7 to 9 hours
from $293.02

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
from $305.77

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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10 to 12 hours
from $1,082.90

Icelandic fishing adventure G spots

Rivers and lakes cover more than 6% of total land area in Iceland. Supported by fresh water straight from the glaciers they are known to be one of the best fishing spots all over the world. Use G Spot Iceland's knowledge to get your trout of beautiful Icelandic lake. You don't have to be experienced angler, in fact it's a great activity for the whole family. Our guides will introduce all different forms of fishing and guide you to maximise your chances to get the fish.
You will also have a chance to try out special floating device called “belly boat” to look for trout at the open lake. Using “belly boat” in crystal clear water is an awesome experience of its own, hook up Icelandic trout on the end of a rod to get truly unforgettable and exciting memories.
And the truth is that fishing isn't about catching fish. Many people go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after. It's a lifestyle and quality time close to nature away from everyday stressful life.
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7 to 8 hours
from $222.96

Hot and cold G spots challenge

Like Ralph Waldo Emerson once said. Do not go where the path may lead.
Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
Agenda is as simple as 2 + 2 first we’ll warm up hiking to our farthest destination, before descending into each cave we start with stretching, then exploration time and be ready for some squats, push-ups and more stretching ! More effort you put into these exercises more you’ll see and oh boy take our word for it, there is plenty to see ! Depending on your fit level we’ll see anywhere between 2 to 4 caves. So you’ll get some cardio/ work out day for sure.
We do caving often and we know there is nothing better than warm bath after half a day spent underground in humid and cool environment but than again bath sounds sooo boring. Unless you are in Iceland where you can just simply submerge yourself in a natural hot geothermal stream... Found in a beautiful valley up in the mountains, enjoining tasty Icelandic style hot dog prepared with a help of hot springs!
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6 to 7 hours
from $203.85

Iceland's south coast G spots

This is one of the most popular routes in Iceland and for apparent reason.. there is a lot of different landscapes close to each other.
We'll take you for a journey where you'll see one of the most beautiful non tropical beaches with black sand, we'll drive next to one of them most powerful volcanoes - including famous Eyjafjallajökull that has paralysed sky traffic during it's eruption at 2010. You'll be shown visible proof to climate changes one of Mýrdalsjökull glacier tongues that is melting rapidly.
We'll visit one of the biggest waterfalls in country that was a site for few film sets and then we would drive to another 2 waterfalls where af first we would walk behind one of them and then we would get in to a a small canyon to see another one. If you'll need more time to take pictures don't worry we don't rush so you have time to enjoy the views.
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9 to 10 hours
from $356.72

G crystals quest on troll mountain

Some of our guides believe in old school magic, local elves and trolls. Some of us think that rotten shark and sulphur water are delicacies. Some dream only of volcanoes and lava tubes exploration. At the end of day all of us agree on one thing - to truly experience the Land of Ice and Fire you have to immerse yourself in the nature.
On this tour we would take you to angry troll's Skessa home. Spend an amazing time surrounded by unspoiled nature G Spot Iceland’s style. We'll hike trail with incredible views from beginning to the end, listening about local legends and folklore.
True magic will happen while we descend down, we'll take you to place where you'll have chance to look for a beautiful quartz crystals. And on our way back we'll drive to a hot pot to dive into geothermal water to give muscles time to relax and recover after all day of hiking.
Oh yea don't forget one last thing - if your path is not challenging, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.
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10 to 11 hours
from $280.28

Witness nature's forces on G levels

G spot Iceland would like to take you for a unique trip that would introduce you to a mother's nature garden. Where you'll see past, present and future of volcanic energy farming.
First we will start with hike on 1000 years old lava field. Depending on your fit level we’ll see anywhere between 2 to 4 caves out of about 40 in region we would visit. Each one would be different so you'll be able to see how creative nature is. At the last cave we would make a small lunch break where we'll prepare some Icelandic hot-dogs for you. Most likely you'll also visit lava chambers inside of the volcano. And all that away from main touristic traffic charged up with plenty of knowledge explaining process of creation on different levels.
Once we finish we would head on to a biggest geothermal power plant in Iceland where you'll get to learn that farming isn't only about green vegetables but also about green energy which in Iceland is either crystal blue or fiery red.
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6 to 7 hours
from $202.77
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Ross wrote a review Mar 2020
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Excellent, one of our best experiences in Iceland. Przemo put on a great tour and was super knowledgeable. Took great care of us going through the lava tube and checking out some of the geysers and geothermal hot spots outside if Reykjavik. Totally above and beyond what we expected, highly recommend these guys to anyone visiting Iceland.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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DJC wrote a review Mar 2020
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Only in Iceland for 4 nights, so spent a long time looking for tours which combined things we specifically wanted to do. Stumbled upon G spot Iceland, and how glad am I we did. The tour we picked was caving & the hot springs in the mountains (Hot and Cold G spots challenge). We never look for 'personal/non-touristy' tours, as they are hard to find and mostly very expensive. Well, this is what we got, and for a great price! Only the two of us on this particular tour (although they cater for more), with two guides. Took a punt with the caving, and instead of doing the caves with queues of tourists queuing to get in, we went to some caves where no tourists ever go. When we arrived (in very snowy and windy conditions), every cave entrance was buried in several meters of snow. This, however, would not prevent our guides from digging through several meters of snow and ice to gain entrance to one of the caves! Cave was amazing with several chambers linked via small crawl-throughs (no-one else was in the whole region, and definitely not in the cave) , and more than worth the effort to get in. Next was the hike to the hot springs in the mountains. It's a long trek, but well worth arriving at this natural phenomenon, and taking a dip in the hot spring surrounded by snow was a little surreal. Cooking hot dogs in a thermal pool finished the day, and returned back to the hotel shattered after a long 10 hour day! The guides aren't your traditional tour guides, they are cavers who have turned their passion into a tour - these guys are incredibly knowledgeable about all things 'caving & geothermal', and always considered safety a priority during the caving. If you want to do the generic tourist route, where you will be surrounded by other tourists trying to get a good shot, then these guys probably aren't for you - stick with the 'BudgetIceland' type tour company. If, however, you want to go off the beaten track, and really get a sense of what Iceland is really about, then 'G spot Iceland' are the tour guides for you (I say 'tour guides', it really didn't feel like that, it felt more like hanging out with a couple of buddies and letting them show you what they love - Iceland).
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Date of experience: February 2020
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PurpleBento wrote a review Mar 2020
Chicago, Illinois18 contributions15 helpful votes
This was a great day tour with an engaging guide (and expert spelunker) to places that weren't on the roster with other tours. Exploring the lava cave and the geothermal vents and craters near the Blue Lagoon were the highlights for me. Safety and caring for the delicate features of the caves was clearly a priority, which I appreciated. Would book again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Daniel S wrote a review Feb 2020
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I was planning to go sea angling in keflavik, but it was cancelled due to bad weather, the day before I was going. I needed to find something to do for that day and found this. Booked up, Turned out I was the only one going but they arranged it anyway at short notice and even offered to pick me up from where I was staying when I called. The trip was simply amazing. I was taken to places that tourist never go, but are just as worth or even better than popular tourist attractions in iceland. We couldn't go down one of the caves due to a danger of gases. But went to the other one which was the best part of the trip. Exploring the lava cave is a totally different place to out side, and the guides are super informative, helping me understand the formation of the cave and and make sure you make the most out of the trip. Would highly recommend.
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Gabriela T wrote a review Jan 2020
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We actually booked two tours (including Northern Lights Hunting) with GspotIceland and they were both fantastic. Damian and Premi were both experienced, knowledgeable guides (and fun, too). Here are my top reasons why we liked Gspot: Damian was responsive - answering my endless questions pretty quickly They were on time for our scheduled pick-up We felt like we were on personalized adventures and in good hands (safety first). Plus, we had the added bonus surprise of receiving beautiful nighttime photos that neither one of us was equipped to take on our own.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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