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WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO IN ICELAND?

Go snowmobiling, ice caving, or sailing on Jökulsárlón? See Aurora Borealis, explore volcanos, glaciers, caves, waterfalls, or hot springs? Go kayaking, hiking, whale watching, camping, fine dining, swimming, horseback riding, or puffin watching? Visit museums, historical sights, or maybe something entirely different?

Snorri Travel has been transporting travelers in Iceland for 35 years, serving travel agencies as well as private groups. Let us help turn your travel plans into stories

Coach hire

We provide drivers and a selection of buses suitable for most occasions including city tours, sightseeing, nature travel, and the Icelandic highlands

Our clients range from travel agencies and tour operators to private groups such as families, students, and employees.

 

Whether you need a bus for a long tour,  customized Excursions, or specialized travel such as camping tours...

 

we can get youwhere 
you want to go

 

All you have to do is sit back and enjoy Iceland

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Day tours

What can you do in one day in Iceland? 

You will be surprised...

 

Snorri Travel can help design, and take your group on customized tours to make every day in Iceland perfect for your group

Make it personal, create your own perfect day in Iceland

Feel free to ask our team for ideas

 
 

Camping tours

Camping is a budget-friendly way to travel in Iceland and is a great way for adventurous travelers to explore Iceland up close. There are countless camping sites all around Iceland where you can enjoy a close encounter with Iceland and  a true adventure binding your group tightly together

 

We have been taking school groups, nature enthusiasts, and scientists on camping trips for 35 years so we know the drill, all the best campsites, nature schenes and activities around Iceland 

 

Snorri Travel can provide the camping equipment needed, all you have to bring is a good sleeping bag, warm, windproof, and waterproof clothing, some really good walking boots and of course...

a true taste for adventures

There is nothing like local advice when planning a trip to Iceland