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8 day tour around Iceland

This tour has it all, a true adventure

Join us on an exceptional 8-day expedition to Iceland’s most popular attractions.

We start from Reykjavik. We will visit the most famous and beautiful places in Iceland, including several little-known treasures of Icelandic nature. We will be swimming in Hot Spring Pools, go horseback riding, visit some spectacular glacier Ice caves. Join us on this spectacular tour and experience Iceland in an unforgettable way.

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From ISK 235,000
sólheimajökull

South Coast Adventure with Glacier Hike

South Coast Adventure with Glacier Hike

Leaving for the South Coast Adventure

We leave the capital area behind for this glacier hike iceland tour and we will soon reach the countryside. Along the way, we can see Hellisheiðarvirkjun, the geothermal power plant for Reykjavik. It is located in Hengill, a high-temperature area that provides the capital area with hot water and electricity. Steam is billowing up everywhere.

Mýrdalsjökull Glacier

As we venture south, we will drive through the typical lowlands of this area. In the distance, we can already see the mountains and the ice cap of Mýrdalsjökull glacier. On sunny days it is also possible to see the Westman Islands shimmering in the Atlantic Ocean.

Skogafoss Waterfall

Our first stop is Skogafoss Waterfall. It is one of the most iconic waterfalls in the country and was even featured in Game of Thrones. His 60m drop will keep you speechless for sure. Your guide will tell you all about the hidden treasure chest behind the waterfall and with some luck, you will be the first one to find it.

Sólheimajökull Glacier

Now it’s time for the highlight of the tour. The glacier hike iceland. Besides waterfalls, Iceland is also known for glaciers. 11% of the country is covered by ice. Sólheimajökull is an outlet glacier coming down the fourth biggest glacier of Iceland, called Mýrdalsjökull. We put on our safety gear and start our hike on the glacier. The hike is approximately 2,5h long with 1,5h spend on the glacier.

Reynisfjara – Black Beach

Now it’s time to hit the road again. After a short ride, we stop at Reynisfjara black sand beach. The beach was once rated as one of the 10 most beautiful places in the world and as soon as you put a foot on the beach, you will know why. Basalt columns and the well known Reynisdrangar rock formations await you. Your guide will tell you all the interesting stories and sagas that are connected to this place.

Vík í Mýrdal

Having now reached our most southern point, this charming fishing village is the center of the southern region. On the tour, we will pay a visit to the church where we can enjoy a great view of the coastline.

Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrabui Waterfalls

Heading back in the direction of Reykjavik, our last stop will be the ever-popular Seljalandsfoss waterfall. The waterfall lays underneath the well known Eyfjallajokull, the volcano that erupted in 2010. If conditions allow, we take a walk behind the waterfall’s curtain before paying a visit to its nearby cousin Gljúfrabúi, found hidden from view in the mountainside.
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From ISK 19,990
In To The Glacier

Into The Glacier – From Klaki Base Camp

Into the Glacier

The world’s largest man-made ice tunnel

Into the Glacier classic tour from Klaki base camp invites you to explore the untouched beauty of Langjokull, Iceland’s second-largest glacier. Walk inside the man-made ice tunnel that leads right to the heart of the glacier and learn exciting facts about Icelandic glaciers along the way.

Langjökull Glacier

Langjökull (the Long Glacier) is the second largest in Iceland. It covers an area of about 950 km² and most of it rises between 1200 and 1300 m above sea level. It rests on a massif of hyaloclastite mountains.

The Glaciers

The southwestern part of the ice cap is called Geitlandsjökull, which rises to an elevation of 1400 meters. To the south of Geitlandsjökull and separated from the main ice cap, is the smaller (1350 m) Þórisjökull, which sits atop an irregular table mountain.

The man-made cave

Until now, what lay beneath the surface of the Langjökull glacier, had been a mystery, known only by a small group of scientists and glaciologists. In 2010 however, Baldvin Einarsson and Hallgrimur Örn Arngrímsson had a bold and daring vision, to take people not just around and onto the glacier, but also inside the heart of the remote and extraordinary ice cap, to see the magnificent “blue ice” which is buried deep beneath the surface.

Who we are

We are the people who got the crazy idea of drilling a tunnel into a glacier and actually made it happen! We want to give people the chance to experience this amazing natural wonder and see the Langjökull glacier from the inside. Learn, feel and absorb the ice, taking home memories that are truly out of this world!

The Into the Glacier Tour

From the Klaki base camp, specially modified monster trucks will take you to the glacier. These powerful vehicles turn the trip to the glacier into an adventure itself!
Join the Into the Glacier classic tour from Klaki base camp for a unique chance to explore the inside of a massive glacier and appreciate the power of Icelandic nature. Book your adventure today!

From ISK 19,500
in to the glacier

Into the Glacier – From Reykjavík

h1>Into the Glacier from Reykjavik

The world’s largest man-made ice tunnel

Into the Glacier classic tour from Klaki base camp invites you to explore the untouched beauty of Langjokull. It is Iceland’s second-largest ice cap. Walk inside the man-made ice tunnel that leads right to the heart of the glacier. You will learn exciting facts about Icelandic glaciers along the way.

Langjökull ice-cap

Langjökull (the Long Glacier) is the second largest in Iceland. It covers an area of about 950 km² and most of it rises between 1200 and 1300 m above sea level. It rests on a massif of hyaloclastite mountains.

The Area

The southwestern part of the ice cap is called Geitlandsjökull, which rises to an elevation of 1400 meters. To the south of Geitlandsjökull and separated from the main ice cap, is the smaller (1350 m) Þórisjökull, which sits atop an irregular table mountain.

The man-made cave

Until now, what lay beneath the surface of the Langjökull glacier, had been a mystery. It was known only by a small group of scientists and glaciologists. In 2010 however, Baldvin Einarsson and Hallgrimur Örn Arngrímsson had a bold and daring vision. They decided to take people not just around and onto the glacier. But also inside the heart of the remote and extraordinary ice cap, to see the magnificent “blue ice” which is buried deep beneath the surface.

Who we are

We are the people who got the crazy idea of drilling a tunnel into a glacier and actually made it happen! We want to give people the chance to experience this amazing natural wonder and see the Langjökull ice cap from the inside. Learn, feel and absorb the ice, taking home memories that are truly out of this world!

From Reykjavik

We depart early from Reykjavík city and get the crisp morning view of our destination, the Langjökull Glacier. Langjökull is 953 sq/km, making it the second-largest glacier in the country.
Step onboard our all-new bus fleet, equipped with computer tablets in each seat. In Bus Audio Guide, available in 10 languages

From ISK 29,900