Íslandshestar gives you the opportunity to experience the Icelandic horse on Icelandic terrain, a must do when visiting Iceland.

Horse Riding Holidays (13)

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7 Day Golden Circle Horse Riding Tour in Southern Region, Iceland

Jun | Jul | Aug | May | Jun | Jul | Aug, 2020–2021
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    2 Day From Geysers to Mountain Horse Riding Tour, Iceland

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    8 Day The Arctic North Horse Riding Holiday in Kerlingaskógur

    August 3-10, 2020 | July 5-12, 2021, 2020–2021
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      4 Day Riding Between Rivers Horseback Riding Holiday in Selfoss, Árborg

      Jun | Jul | Aug | May | Jun | Jul | Aug, 2020–2021
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        6 Day Viking Woman Trail Horseback Riding Holiday in Selfoss, Árborg

        June 17-22, 2020 | June 16-21, 2021, 2020–2021
          from US$2,575
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          5 Day Trail of Hope Horse Riding Holiday in Hvammur

          June | August | June | July | August, 2020–2021
            from US$1,668
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            Anne-claire Girard

            from Great Britain, July 2019

            "Fantastic tour but to be improved..."

            The tour itself was amazing, that's definitely a great location with beautiful Icelandic sceneries. Northern Iceland appears like a no-man's land so if you want to be into the wild, that's a perfect destination.

            Icelandic horses are also fantastic, very robust and the Tolt is a fantastic gait, very comfy so you can ride long hours without suffering too much (unless you're not lucky like me and you have horses who trot or are totally imbalanced for 80 km... that was painful !).

            By the way, riding with a herd added great value to this experience.