This is the ultimate adventure sightseeing tour of the stunning nature surrounding Reykjavík (English translation: Smoky Bay). The aircraft is a two-seater, slow flying “Ultralight” aircraft, able to fly low over the ground. The wings are overhead and the windows open fully, giving you a perfectly unhindered view of the ground below. Be prepared for an unparalleled photographic view!
Your aerial view
The vast Atlantic ocean, Reykjavík city and it’s tiny islands, lava fields and the geothermal area producing the smoke giving Reykjavík it’s name. You will explore: the rugged mountains and lava formations of the bay, coastline skimming with possible seal sightings, up-close mountain soaring among birds. Adrenaline option: optional aerobatic stomach-churning moves (if that’s your cup of tea). If conditions allow you might get to take the wheel (joystick, actually).
We recommend this Adventure flight as a great way to experience the beauty of Reykjavík, Iceland from above. From a unique point of view, with a local free flying enthusiast.
Att.: the Ultralight is a two seater aircraft, for just you and your pilot, making each experience totally personalised.
Flight Plan: Lava fields, coastline skimming (seal spotting), mountains surrounding Reykjavík.
Tour Group Size: No minimum. Please contact us for larger groups
Limits: Under 18 years need parents written permission. Weight: 20 – 110 kg.
What to wear: Comfortable clothes.
Flying Photography: Bring your own camera and/or use our GoPro Hero4 mounted inside or outside.
First lesson of aviation: due to weather changes we can never guarantee a flight. If we need to cancel your booking because of weather you can either re-book for another try or choose one of our other adventure tours/flights. Due to how fast the weather changes in Iceland we can never guarantee a flight. If we do not manage to get you airborne during your stay in Iceland, you will receive a 100% refund.
An Ultralight Adventure Flight is a legitimate Introductory flight operated by licensed and experienced Ultralight Instructor pilots.