Stand up paddle (SUP) in Iceland

 About Standup paddleboarding.

Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is a sport originating in Hawaii as an offshoot of surfing. Stand up paddle boarders maintain an upright stance on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water. There are various modes of stand up paddling, including flat water paddling for outdoor recreation, fitness, or sightseeing, racing on lakes, large rivers and canals, surfing on ocean waves, paddling in river rapids (whitewater SUP), SUP Yoga, and even fishing. Stand up paddleboarding is fun, safe and everyone needs to try it once.

Why Stand up paddle tour in Iceland?

If you arrived in Iceland to breathe the fresh mountain air and experience few moments of serenity in our pristine natural settings, these are the tours that we hope you will never forget. Perfect for small private groups and families alike. Each SUP tour can custom made, reflecting the needs and the customer expectation. We structure the tour with you and for you! Our SUP tours are tailor made for the traveler that is looking for an exclusive and memorable day.

We offer two tours, SUP Lake Cabin Tour in our private cottage land and Midnight Sun SUP tour in Reykjavík.

Midnight Sun SUP tour.

Take advantage of the bright evenings and nights in Iceland and join our Midnight Sun SUP tour. The Icelandic summer is a fantastic and beautiful time. For visitors new to the northern bright summer nights, the midnight sun is an amazing experience. The evening atmosphere in Iceland is quiet and mysterious and the special evening light will provide an unforgettable scene on the water. A truly unique SUP experience in the magical light of the midnight sun.

The midnight sun shines brightly in Iceland from May until mid Augus and we can use those endless days to escape the crowds and travel in the peaceful stillness under the midnight sun in a wonderful, quiet and relaxing atmosphere.

Price: From 11.990 ISK / 85 EUR per person. Duration: Approximately 2-3 hours.

Our meeting place is at lake Elliðavatn. Elliðavatn is situated in the area of Reykjavík. Not far from it, there is the well known natural park Heiðmörk with its hiking and biking trails, small forests and lava formations.

If you would like to receive more information, please fill in the contact form. You can also find us on facebook  or email us at

SUP Lake Cabin Tour

If you are looking to do something a bit different in Iceland and experience stunning scenery from a totally different angle, then try SUP Lake Cabin tour from our exclusive cottage, placed next to a gin clear waterfront and black sandy beach.

Experience the nature from a thrilling new angel while on the deck of a Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) with the gin clear water flowing underneath. Our guided paddle board tours features the excitement and ease of paddling a SUP on the gentle lake Álftavatn, exploring the beautiful lake, the arctic char and the Atlantic salmon in their natural inhabitant. The lake and the river are a perfect playground and the optimal place to learn and practice proper SUP techniques. Paddling a SUP board is a fun activity for the whole family, allowing a full-body workout, and provides the opportunity to witness incredible views of the lake, mountains and the bird wildlife.

Price: From 24.990 ISK / 177 EUR per person. Duration: Approximately 3 hours.

General information about our tours:

What to bring?

Please bring clothes you don’t mind getting wet. Please dress for the weather and try to avoid cotton and jeans that are wet when cold. Bring a change of clothes and a towel.

If you fall in the water?

The beauty of stand up paddleboarding is that you just climb back on again! We’ll go through this before we get on the water for the first time too. You’ll be attached to your board by a leash so just pull the board towards yourself and clamber back on.

  • Number of participants: Min 3- Max 10.
  • Tour includes: Guide, SUP gear, Wetsuits, Gloves, Boots, SUP introduction. Water safety briefing. Basic paddling – forwards, backwards and turning. Top instruction from our passionate and qualified guides.
  • Minimum age: 14 years.
  • Remember to bring: Please dress for the weather. If it’s chilly we’ll provide wetsuits. Wetsuits are optional during the summer and you’ll probably overheat wearing one. We recommend bringing quick drying clothing and advise avoiding cotton and jeans that are cold and uncomfortable when wet. We recommend something to wear under a wetsuit. A towel, swimwear and a change of clothes (just in case). Shoes you don’t mind getting wet.
  • Availability: from May 14th until September 15th, weekdays: 19:00-22:00, weekends: 10:00-00:00.