Ingólfur Páll Mattíasson
Ingó is the viking from the north you have been looking for – incredibly funny, charismatic, passionate about his home country and a professional and experienced tour guide. He has been guiding tours all over Iceland for more than 8 years and loves to show people his country.
When Ingó is not working, he can always be found chasing the next outdoor adventure – exploring caves, hiking up mountains, riding horses, snowboarding down mountains or travelling the world. Sometimes he needs to take a break and then loves to meet some older friends for a game of Bridge, to listen to the birds in the yard or to take his guitar and write some songs. Like most Icelanders he is a real storyteller and will take you on a journey you will always remember.
Dani decided to follow her dreams and moved to Iceland permanetly in 2018. She is the office manager and in charge of bookings, marketing, e-mails and phone calls. Dani has worked as a guide herself and knows the south of Iceland pretty well.
If you have questions about the tours, she will always be happy to answer them for you and share her expertise. If you can’t reach her, she is very likely tölting around on one of her horses and will get back to you shortly.
Tourism in Iceland has grown rapidly over the past ten years. After the eruption of famous volcano Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 and the screening of highly popular movies and TV shows (Star Wars, Game of Thrones, James Bond,…) travellers became more and more interested in the land of ice and fire.
Ingó has been a guide during all these years and has developed certain values for operating tours! In order to give you the best experience, we therefore see safety, nature protection, fairness, expertise, knowledge, transparency and joy as essential.
We would like to meet people from all over the world, share stories and our passion for the Icelandic nature. We run our tours in a way, we would like to be welcomed and guided ourselves when travelling abroad.
Our tours are guided in a massive black Mercedes Sprinter Super Jeep. The truck is a beast on 46“ tires and specifically modified for the conditions in Iceland. Big tires get us around and you can deflate them to smoothen the drive or to get better grip in the snow.
The snorkel on the outside (in case you you have been wondering) is for going through deep rivers in the highlands and keeps the engine dry. With its leather seats on the inside, the truck is modern and comfy for you to enjoy your ride.