Take your 4x4 driving to a whole new level


The Iceland 4x4 Off-Road Academy
Take your 4x4 driving to a whole new level
ISAK 4x4 Rental is a specialized 4x4 rental company, offering tourists the opportunity to explore the Icelandic highlands safely in winter. This year, in collaboration with Nature Explorer and Isafold Travel, the company will offer advanced courses in 4x4 winter driving techniques.
Iceland- the ideal place to learn how to drive in adverse weather
The next course, scheduled for late October 2014, provides in-depth training by professional instructors, that will enable drivers to dramatically improve their driving technique, acquire confidence behind the wheel and learn safe driving techniques. Due to its diversity of natural conditions and the short distances between different types of terrain, Iceland is the ideal place for drivers to gain experience driving in adverse conditions that will ultimately benefit them on their travels all over the world.
An action packed programme in beautiful surroundings
The course will take place on the South Coast, where participants will stay at Hotel Fljótshlíð. The carefully structured programme includes informative lectures and practical training such as emergency repairs, rescue techniques, and of course, driving. The best part of the day will be used to get in as much driving experience as possible, under various challenging conditions- mud, sand, steep banks, unbridged rivers, snow and ice, etc. Additionally, there will be scenic tours into the surrounding area, giving participants a chance to enjoy the spectacular landscapes of South Iceland.
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