The Iceland motorbike tour company, Blue Mountain has released its 2009 brochure and expects big things as happy customers return and spread the word to others and as Iceland itself becomes more affordable to foreign tourists.
Blue Mountain provides guided motorbike tours of Iceland. Tours are tailored to customers’ desires, budgets and length of stay. Blue Mountain tours always put the main focus on the customer. The company’s standards are set to meet the highest expectations and to guarantee a unique experience in every way possible.
Blue Mountain is a fully licensed travel agency and a premium motorbike tour company in Iceland.
Iceland’s extraordinary nature is what makes the country so appealing to tourists; and the lack of traffic and the challenging terrain are reasons it appeals to motorcyclists as well.
Iceland boasts active volcanoes, raging rivers, large glaciers, magnificent mountains and great waterfalls always in sight. It is the ideal place for the biker to experience the adventure of a lifetime. Travelling around Iceland gives the opportunity to enjoy the warmth of the Icelandic people who are always welcoming towards foreigners and willing to share their heritage and culture while. At the same time, Blue Mountain tours offer an unsurpassed view of the unique surroundings of Icelandic nature.
The BMW motorcycles on offer have a history of being trustworthy and easy to handle motorcycles. Blue Mountain motorbike tours in Iceland feature new BMW F650 GS motorcycles, which are equipped with side luggage cases, heated grips and GPS upon request.
The main purpose of Blue Mountain is to serve the increased demand for motorcycle adventure tours around Iceland. Blue Mountain was established in 2006 by Sverrir Thorsteinsson and his wife, Herdis. The company’s vision is straightforward and clear: Make each day in Iceland a pure adventure experience and make sure that everyone who visits will have a great time and go home safely and with a smile on their face.
For more information, or to book a motorbike tour of Iceland, visit www.bluemountain.is