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1-Hour Small-Group South Iceland Dog Sled-Ride

  • Dog sled-ride in southern Iceland, without transfer
  • With your huskies harnessed up, charge through Iceland’s wild plains
  • Pause for photographs along the way and enjoy the chance to visit the kennels
1-Hour Small-Group South Iceland Dog Sled-Ride
From US$189.24
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Iceland’s south coast offers open expanses of rugged wilderness, wild plains, and spectacular views. With this family-friendly tour, delve deep into the countryside and see a side of Iceland many visitors miss. Travel by cart or sled—depending on weather conditions and season—and feel the power of your energetic huskies charging ahead. Later take a break for photos with the dogs. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to eight people.
What to Expect
After your arrival at your chosen departure time, you will receive instructions on the type of vehicle being used: a modified cart or a sled, if there is enough snow, and enjoy the dog ride.
Half-way through the sledding experience, there will be a break to take pictures with the dogs. Please be sure on bringing a camera with enough battery. 
During the tour you can ask as many questions as you want to your tour guide regarding dog mushing and the dogs. The tour guides are well-trained and specialise in taking care of the dogs, you will not miss anything about the sport that they are so passionate about.
Reviews (24)
1 - 5 of 23 reviews
Reviewed 19 August 2018
Good views, great dogs

The dogs are great, and you get some time to interact with them during your trip. The time before and after may be limited, if another tour follows yours. The staff are friendly and provide good information about the dogs, their personalities and the mix...More

Thank Boris_Ladwig
DogsleddingIceland, Front Office Manager at Dogsledding Iceland, responded to this reviewResponded 27 August 2018

Dear Boris, We thank you for joining us on a tour. We are sorry that you feel that the time with the dogs was limited, we will work on that.

Reviewed 23 July 2018
Most incredible memory, our best experience in Iceland!

This was once in a lifetime and worth every cent. The professional team took us on dry land (mid summer) for a dog sled with very excited dogs! After we were able to meet each dog and take some more photos. I went into the...More

1  Thank megclarkie23
Reviewed 6 May 2018
Amazing Experience with Dogsledding Iceland!

Dogsledding Iceland was the highlight of our trip! We went on May 1st so it was on dry land. We went for a long ride all over the farm with 12 dogs and got to stop halfway through to take pictures. Que was an excellent...More

1  Thank alylong
Reviewed 2 May 2018
Amazing experience, even on dry land

We booked our dogsledding experience for mid April, we didnt know if we would have snow or not but we did hope that we would. Turns out that the snow melted during the week before we got there. I was bummed at first and really...More

1  Thank Greg S
Reviewed 12 April 2018
The highlight of my trip to Iceland!

Iceland is amazing, and I can't wait to visit again. My boyfriend and I did a self-drive, self-guided/researched tour of the South Coast, and absolutely fell in love with the different terrain, the wild weather, and everything in between. NOW ON TO THE DOGS. My...More

1  Thank leah81530
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4 August 2018|
Response from Sheri C |
I will be staying at Reykjavik Treasure B&B
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Response from leah81530 | Reviewed this property |
I saw a couple of small children on the sled in front of us, but I would email them to check. Their parents/guardians rode with them, which I’ll assume is required. The company is very fast responding on email.