Choose your ticket
Wild Love - Iceland Tantra Festival
23-26th September 2021
Wild Love Regular ticket
Wild Love Hardship ticket:
If you are having a hard time to pay the full price, we offer you a discount.
Wild Love Sponsorship Ticket :
If you would like to support the Wild Love Movement and are able to do so. You are supporting someone else to join us.
Wild Love Double Sponsorship Ticket:
If you would love to support the Wild Love Movement and those who don´t have the possibility to pay the full price. You offer a beautiful support by buying a Double Sponsorship Ticket.
Choose your Lodging
You bring your own tent or camper
Electricity on site.
1600 x 3 nights = 4,800kr (33 eur)
Payed in cash on site, please.
Dubbleroom, your own sheet and bath in the corridor:
6,250 x 3 nights = 18,750kr (127 eur)
Dubbleroom with sheet and bath:
7,500 x 3 = 22,500kr (152 eur)
Singelroom with sheet and bath:
13,500 x 3 = 40,500kr (275 eur)
Food from Mama Restaurant Reykjavik
Plant based cuisine from Mama Restaurant in site. Purchase delicious vegetarian meals on site to a great price.
- 3 Day Full Food Pass
3 meals x 3 days 13,500 ISK (92 eur)
- Day Pass
3 meals x 1 day 6,000 ISK (42 eur)
- Separate Meal
Meny and prices on site
Book in advanced by transfer to Mama Restaurant. Mark your full name on the transfer.
Arrange your own food on camping site.
Transport from Hotel Kex, Reykjavík - to site Sælingsdalur
We arrange transport for participants of the Wild Love - Iceland Tantra Festival.
Departure at16h from Kex Hostel, Reykjavik
To site in Sælingsdalur, Iceland.
Arrival at site around 18.00
Trip takes about 2h.
Departure at 16h from Sælingsdalur
Arrival at Kex Hostel, Reykjavik around 18h.
Price for transport both ways:
9,900 ISK (67 eur)
Laugar, Sælingsdalur, Iceland
Sælingsdalur is in the West Fjords of Iceland.
The festival will be held at facilities at Laugar, Saelingsdal, 371 Búðardalur, Iceland and camping site.
See pictures here.
On site visit Guðrunar Natural Hot Tub
Iceland is know for geothermical waters.
On site we have an historical hot tub with natural geothermical water.
Read more about Guðrúnar Laug Hot Tub Saga