Reindeer hunting in the wild, uninhabited eastern central highlands are an experience of a lifetime. Reindeer hunting can involve some walking and stalking, although four wheel drive vehicles are the main means of getting close to the prey.
The uninhabited interior of Iceland is among the very few relatively easily accessible such areas left in the world. Its border is drawn along the 400 m elevation and within that frame we have about 80% of the total area of the country. The area west of the mountain, north of the edge of the Vatnajokull are the main breeding and feeding areas of the reindeer.