World Hunting & Shooting Holidays & Trips.

Goose Shooting.

Goose Shoots

August 20 – October 20

South Iceland, East Rangá lodge.


  • Day 1: Welcoming at your arrival at the International airport in Iceland. Driving to Reykjavík and make a short stop at hunting store if needed.  Departure from Reykjavík around noon, arrive at the hunting lodge in the afternoon. Evening shooting.
  • Day 2: Shooting in the early morning period and again for the evening flight.
  • Day 3: Same programme.
  • Day 4: Same programme.
  • Day 5: Leave the lodge after the morning shoot and travel to Reykjavik hotel.
  • Day 6: After breakfast our driver takes you to the International airport for departure back home.
  • Price is EUR 2,980 – pr. gun pr. trip. 4 days trip. Non hunting EUR 1,000 *
  • Price is EUR 2,290 – pr. gun pr. trip. 3 days trip. Non hunting EUR 750 *
  • Price is EUR 1,980 – pr. gun pr. trip. 2 days trip. Non hunting EUR 500 ** Additional hunting day all inclusive EUR 750

Included is:

  • All transportation Int. Airport – Reykjavík – shooting area – Reykjavík – Int. Airport.
  • Full board and lodging, private room to each gun.
  • Guiding, 4WD vehicle, One pr. every two guns.
  • Our best shooting areas.
  • All licences and documents allowing you to shoot in Iceland and to take your guns and ammunition through custom.
  • Certificates needed to take your birds out of the country.

50% confirmation deposit up on booking, final payment 50%, 60 days prior to arrival.

Expected hunt:
5 to 15 Gees pr. gun pr. day. 

Our organisation has access to the very best hunting areas in Iceland, so the choice is wide. All transport throughout the hunt is by fully equipped 4WD vehicle.

Shooting equipment:
You are permitted to bring into the country semi-automatic or double-barrelled shotguns. The most effective calibre for goose shooting in Iceland is 12 gauges. For semi-automatic shotguns the maximum is three cartridges. All types of suitable cartridges may be bought in Reykjavik.

Prior to your arrival please submit the following data: A photocopy of your local shotgun licence and local hunting licence and the type, make and serial number of your gun/s. This information is needed one month prior to your arrival.

For such northerly latitudes the climate is surprisingly temperate and is without extremes of hot and cold, thanks to the influence of the Gulf Stream. The average temperature in September in the south of Iceland is around 7°C / 44°F. In October November it is around 0°C / 32°F.

In spite of the relatively mild climate, you should bring warm clothing and, most importantly, quality rainwear and a windcheater. Please note: in the early morning while awaiting the arrival of the geese, temperatures may be below zero and one should dress accordingly.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Iceland and please feel free to contact us at any time for any further information needed:

  • Lax-á, Akurhvarf 16.  203 Kópavogur. Iceland.
  • Tel: +354 5576100
  • Fax: +354 5576108
  • E-mail:

* Please not there is plenty of activities in Iceland for non – hunting companions, such as, whale watching, horse riding, snow mobile, sightseeing and more… please contact our office for further information.


  • Barnacle goose.
  • Pink footed goose.
  • White fronted goose.
  • Grey lag goose.