Iceland snowmobile tour

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In northern Iceland in winter, visitors can take a snowmobile tour on frozen Lake Mývatn with Nonni Travel (Brekkygata 5, Akureyri, Iceland; phone +354 461 1841, nonnitravel.is). Guests at base camp will receive snowmobile lessons and safety instructions (no previous experience necessary), then follow the guide onto the lake for a leisurely paced 1-hour tour.

Tour members meet 20 minutes before start time at the Mývatn Visitors Centre (Hraunvegur 8, Mývatn; phone +354 464 4460), whence they will be transferred to the starting point. Each driver must present a valid driver’s license.

Tours are offered twice daily, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sept.-April. The cost is ISK19,900 (near $157) per person for two people sharing or ISK25,600, single. Safety gear and additional warm clothes (if needed) are included.

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In northern Iceland in winter, visitors can take a snowmobile tour on frozen Lake Mývatn with Nonni Travel (Brekkygata 5, Akureyri, Iceland; phone +354 461 1841, nonnitravel.is). Guests at base camp will receive snowmobile lessons and safety instructions (no previous experience necessary), then follow the guide onto the lake for a leisurely paced 1-hour tour.

Tour members meet 20 minutes before start time at the Mývatn Visitors Centre (Hraunvegur 8, Mývatn; phone +354 464 4460), whence they will be transferred to the starting point. Each driver must present a valid driver’s license.

Tours are offered twice daily, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sept.-April. The cost is ISK19,900 (near $157) per person for two people sharing or ISK25,600, single. Safety gear and additional warm clothes (if needed) are included.