Viking Rafting

Guide-owned, professional, personal, IRF-certified service specializing in all whitewater activities from scenic floats and challenging rapids to remote wilderness expeditions and guided kayaking.

We are the newest face of northern Iceland's longest-running river rafting company, now 100% owned and operated by the same guides that take you down the river everyday! Our passion for paddling is stronger than ever, as is our commitment to providing all of our guests with the most fun and professional service in the industry. With more combined years on the river than any other rafting tour operator in Iceland, we invite you to join our smiling guides for the ultimate river adventure and the perfect compliment to your trip to Iceland!

Our revised menu of river adventure tours now offers the largest variety of whitewater rafting and kayaking tours in Iceland. From half-day family floats and full-day adrenaline-pumping whitewater, to multi-day rafting expeditions and custom kayaking explorations, we continue to dig deeper into Iceland's river wilderness than any other. Our door is always open, and we warmly welcome you to drop by, grab a paddle, and share a once-in-a-lifetime river adventure with Iceland's whitewater specialists!

Viking Rafting

Hafgrímsstaðir, Varmahlíð

GPS Points N65° 25' 56.666" W19° 18' 32.687"
Telephone

823-8300

Opening period All year

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