ICELAND HELICOPTER TOURS WITH REYKJAVIK HELICOPTERS
Reykjavik Helicopters is Iceland’s Premium Helicopter Tour Provider. Our fleet is made up of the most modern and meticulously maintained helicopters on the market. The pilots are trained to the highest standards, experienced, friendly, multi-lingual individuals with great knowledge of Iceland’s spectacular nature. They will make your journey unforgettable. Our service team is on duty 24/7 and will happily assist you at any time. Contact us when you need Iceland Helicopter Tours. Reykjavik Helicopters is an “Authorized Tour Operator” by the Icelandic Tourist Board. WELCOME ABOARD!
ISK 179.000,- pr. person. Þingvellir, Geysir, Gullfoss, Háifoss, Landmannalaugar, þórsmörk, Fimmvörðuháls, Eyjafjallajökull, Hótel Rangá and the south coast. In 4-5 hours, including occasional landings, you will cover areas and visit places that would normally take days of off road driving and hiking.read more
ISK 77.000,- pr person. REYKJANES PENINSULA. This tour takes us south from Reykjavík towards Krísuvík where the landscape and colour looks like the moon with untamed hot springs in the area. Then we will fly along coastlines and cliffs constantly battered by the mighty North Atlantic Ocean.read more
ISK 125.000,- pr. person. HENGILL, GULLFOSS, GEYSIR, LANGJÖKULL and ÞINGVELLIR . The Golden Circle is the most popular tour for visitors in Iceland. It is a spectacular round trip from Reykjavík to Þingvellir, Geysir and Gullfoss. Once you get to these places you will know why they are at the top of the list.read more
ISK 175.000,- pr. person. A GATEWAY TO THE CENTRE OF THE EARTH? There is something mystical about the Snæfellsnes peninsula with its mighty volcanic glacier Snæfellsjökull at the tip of it. Snæfellsjökull is one of the most famous sites of Iceland thanks to the novel “A Journey to the Centre of the Earth” by Jules Verne.read more
ISK 47.000,- pr. person. A visit to the mighty Mount Hengill. Only a few miles east of Reykjavík a very powerful geothermal area can be found at and around the mighty Mount Hengill. Plenty of wild activity with boiling mud pools and the hot steam rising from the ground.read more