Safari Quads – what to expect from a buggy safari in Iceland’s Blue Mountains
By Paul Johnson on Sep 30, 2022 in Attractions, Europe, Family Travel, Going Out, Iceland, Leisure Travel, Regions, Road Travel, Speciality Travel, Western Europe
One of the activities that our kids most enjoyed on our trip to Iceland (and we did, too, to be fair!) was our buggy safari in the Blue Mountains with Safari Quads – the number #1 rated ATV and buggy operator in Iceland. It’s an opportunity to enjoy all the trails, thrills and amazing views of the Blue Mountains in an amazing 4×4 buggy, tackling gravel paths, rocky trails and steep slopes. I can heartily recommend it as a really engaging and fun way to explore some of the scenery around Reykjavik. Here’s what you can expect from the tour.
First off, you’ll need to get to the Safari Quads basecamp at Lambhagavegur 19, 113 Reykjavik at least 10 minutes before you are due to depart on your tour. If you just put ‘Safari Quads’ into Google Maps, it’ll find it for you and there’s plenty of parking once you get there. If you prefer, you can arrange to be picked up or dropped off at any of the bus stops in downtown Reykjavik.
Inside, there’s a reception area, a place where you can get kitted out and a café upstairs.
There’s even a ‘blackboard wall’ where people of all nationalities have, for the sake of posterity, recorded their experiences of Safari Quads tours. Pretty much anyone can take part – all drivers must be 17+ years old and hold a full valid driver’s license in their home country. Passengers do not need a license (unless…
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