Visit the man-made ice caves dug into the Langjökull glacier, which have quickly become a top Icelandic attraction. On this extended day excursion from Reykjavik you’ll also stop to marvel at many other natural attractions along the fjords.
What to Expect
On this 12-hour tour from Reykjavik you’ll visit Iceland's amazing new attraction – the man-made ice caves dug into Langjökull, Europe's second largest glacier. From Husafell, you’ll board the special glacier vehicles and head inside the surreal interior of the ice cap. See the impact of global warming firsthand as well as learning about Iceland's seismic history.
Embark on this magical journey with an experienced and knowledgeable guide through the blue ice corridors. You’ll see the highest-flowing hot springs in Europe at Deildartunguhver, getting close to the bubbling water, and you’ll also see the cold blue water of the Hraunfossar waterfall running down through lava fields.
On the return to Reykjavik you’ll be taken back in time at Hvalfjörður, where the British and Americans established a settlement during World War II. This stunning fjord also hosts an old whale factory, which is a relic of Iceland’s whale hunting past.
Langjökull glacier (entrance fee included)
- Guided tour
- Pick-up and drop off
- Entrance fee at Langjökull glacier