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Horseback Riding with Icelandic Horses through the Lava Fields of Hafnarfjörður
- Duration: 4h
- Live guide in English, German
- 1.5-hour horseback ride through the lava fields of Hafnarfjörður near Reykjavík on Icelandic horses in a small group with a professional guide
- Transfer from Reykjavík to the stables and back (ticket option Transport + Horseback Riding only)
- Riding helmet
- Rubber boots
- Complimentary coffee, tea, and hot chocolate after the ride
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