Open from 11am to 8pm
Make your way to FlyOver Iceland, Vesturbær, Reykjavík. Please arrive at the destination 15 minutes before your assigned time slot.
Up and away, you go. No Really! Sit back and go on a journey like you’ve never experienced before. You’ll feel like an eagle or is it a dragon as you swoop across the Icelandic landscape.
This FlyOver Iceland experience uses state-of-the-art technology to allow you to feel like you’re riding a dragon or with a group of birds.
You will be suspended, your feet dangling 20m up with a giant spherical screen in front of you. From there the video whisks you across the Iceland landscape, rugged with active volcanoes and much more. All with the added wind, mist and smells to make this a very special experience, perhaps even more than special, memorable.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
This experience requires standing for 20-30 minutes and ascending and descending stairs
The ride is not recommended for pregnant women
If guests using wheelchairs are not able to transfer from their wheelchair to the ride seat by themselves or with the assistance of a companion, they may enjoy the film from a stationary position on the ride platform, accompanied by a flight guide.
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