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Visit the most Powerful Hot Spring in Iceland

The heatland of the Sagas and dramatic landscape

Hot spring and lava

Marvelous waterfalls, dramatic lava fields, spectacular lava cave, boiling hot-springs, and medieval Icelandic heritage are all awaiting you. On this exciting tour, you will be spellbound by all the beautiful nature

Deildartunguhver

You will visit Deildartunguhver, famed as the most powerful hot springs in Europe. It produces more than 180 liters of boiling hot water per second! You can feel the fierce power of Mother Nature as you walk safely on boardwalks.

Hraunfossar

You will also see the great Hraunfossar, a stunning series of waterfalls formed by several rivers running a distance of about 900m across the Hallmundarhraun lava field, created a thousand years ago by a volcano erupting under the nearby Langjokull glacier.

Viðgelmir Lava Cave

The highlight of the tour is a trip to the magnificent Vidgelmir Lava Cave. Nearly 1600 meters long, the cave takes you deep inside a lava flow, filled with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, fascinating ice and lava formations, and multi-colored rocks. This 90-minute-long expedition into the most extensive lava caves in the country will amaze you, giving you a real sense of the power and scale of these volcanic eruptions

Husafell

After nearly 2 hours spent deep below the surface of the Earth, we will end our tour in the woodland oasis of Husafell.

Husafell is a magical place to unwind after a day of wonder, with birch tree woodlands, waterfalls, rugged lava fields, crystal-clear water springs, medieval remains, and much more to see.

The fairytale setting of Husafell has been home to many artists, and the modern-day sculptor Pall Gudmundsson now makes interesting faces and even rock harps, which he cuts out of local stones. The Husafell Stone can also be found here, a legendary lifting stone that has been used to test the strength of the locals and in international competitions too.

Reykholt

Snorralaug (Snorri's Pool) is a smaller hot spring found just a few minutes away in Reykholt, where local people have bathed since the 12th century. This pool was first mentioned in the medieval writings of Snorri Sturluson, a famous Icelandic poet, and chieftain, who used to live and bathe here too.
Snorralaug is now a protected archaeological site, and Snorri's story is a very important part of Iceland's history.

There will be time to take pictures of the beautiful old timber church here, which dates back to the 19th century. You can take a look inside, where a viewing glass to a medieval smithy cistern can be seen.

Don't miss this opportunity to see the most stunning landscapes in Western Iceland!

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The maximum number of passengers on tour is 19, which we believe creates a more personal and enjoyable experience for our guests.