Breidalur Highlights

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  • Adult 24.900.- kr.
  • Child 12.900.- kr.
Total 0.- kr.

Spend the day exploring the quiet nature and rustic delights of Icelands most beautiful valleys, Breidalsvik. This remote corner of the island is known not only for its fragile beauty but also for the peacefulness where one can actually experience pure silence.

Led by a local expert guide youll cross unbridged rivers in a modern-day Viking vehicle known as a Super Jeep. On foot youll traverse fertile landscapes to a remarkably beautiful waterfall hidden in nature and encounter ancient grass-roofed farmsteads virtually unchanged since the middle of the last century.

At the end of the journey visit the local Heydalir Church for an introduction to the culture and history of the area.

Operated:
Daily all year around

Departure from:
Breidalsvk.

Minimum / maximum in tour:
Min 2 adult.
Max 12 adults.

Meeting point:
Htel Blfell.
Departure time:
09:00 am or according to agreement.

Duration:
3 - 4 hours

If you want a private tour please contact us for more information.

Note:
● Reservation is necessary at least 24 hours in advance.
●If you need pick up service to your hotel please advise when you reserve the tour.
● If you need to be picked up outside of Breidalsvk please advise, additional charge may apply.
● Due to weather and/or road conditions we might have to alter the itinerary, have longer journey time or cancellation of the tour.
●Departure dates may vary depending on weather and road conditions.
● For group offers or tailor made options please send us a request.

Included
Guided tour, transportation, visit to a local church.

Not included
Food and drinks.

  • This tour begins with a drive into the Breidalur valley driving across an old bridge looking down into the cristal clear river in the canion below.
  • Next stop is by the beautiful waterfall Beljandi where we have to ride on rough tracks and drive across un-bridged rivers to reach the destination.
  • From there we go to the waterfall Flgufoss where we hike a short way to get the best view.
  • In Jrvk we visit abandoned farms which give a glimpse into who regular Icelanders used to live in the late 19th to early 20th century as well as being in an important geological site and displaying beautiful flora during summertime.
  • At the end of the journey we visit the local church Heydalir where we meet the culture and history of the area.

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