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The development of the Icelandic horse

- Icelandic horse

The Icelandic horse is a national treasure and was the most important servant that Icelanders had in the old days. Some would say that Iceland could not have been habitable if the Vikings had not brought the horses along when…

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Horseback riding in wintertime in Iceland

- Icelandic horse Horseback riding in Iceland

The wintertime is the main riding season for many Icelanders. It’s so much fun and a different experience to go horseback riding during the wintertime especially in freshly fallen snow.

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Departures 2020

- Horse riding holiday

In 2020 we have a broad selection of riding tours as always. Along with our old ones we do have some great new tours as well! Click here to see all the tours.

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The Icelandic foals – How early can you see Tölt?

- Icelandic horse

When traveling through Icelandic countryside you can see cute little foals in most fields. The foals usually are born in spring and early summer time after about 330-340 days long pregnancy or about 48 weeks.  It usually takes about 15-60…

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Happy travelers

Excellent trip in Iceland, the best way to discover the country and its traditions! Fantastic and very professional team!

D.C. France.

I really wish I would have done this trip sooner, this is truly a life changing experience and one you can´t describe until you try it your self! The horses, nature, hosts, and helpers were amazing. I 100% recommend all riders to ride with them!

L.E. Germany.

Perfect tour! Great staff, beautiful landscapes. Amazing horses, good food. I would definitely recommend it!

 M.O. Germany.