TREX – Travel Experience2018-10-10T11:25:45+00:00

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These guys were great, they knew some quiet spots to see the lights and use smaller coaches so it’s not as busy. The guides are knowledgable, we learnt about the Northern Lights and Icelandic culture. The guides will help with camera settings too, as well as taking pictures of you in front of the lights. Great company to go with!
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With more than 35 years of experience, TREX is a pioneer in tourism and travel in Iceland. The name TREX is short for Travel Experience as they offer comprehensive programs and high-quality service. Therefore they are an ideal option for those who would like to explore Iceland but don’t have access to a car. They offer a variety of scheduled days tours, including sightseeing tours, trekking tours and northern light tours to name just a few and are able to drive you to many of the popular tourist attraction around South Iceland and the Reykjanes peninsula.TREX also offers the Hiker’s Bus Pass which is an ideal option for those who intend to hike the hiking trails in the area with different start and end point. Their friendly and experienced drivers ensure that you have pleasant and safe journey so you can fully enjoy the magnificent Icelandic landscape.

TREX are proud of their 75 modern vehicles, all equipped with your comfort and safety in mind. The coaches all have sideways adjustable seats, ample leg space, large windows for sightseeing and pneumatic suspension to ensure maximum comfort when travelling the roads. TREX also have special purpose vehicles like mountain buses that are specially modified and equipped for winter and highland travels.

TREX is an experienced and reliable coach company, ready to make your journey in Iceland even more memorable. With the customer’s comfort a priority, the only thing you need to think about is to book your ticket and enjoy the ride. For further information about their tours and versatile services and for any bookings, please see their website:

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