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We leave early from Reykjavík and catch the crisp morning view of the Langjökull Glacier where the ice Cave is situated and the lava fields that contain the lava cave.You soon learn that in Iceland ... Read more.

39,990 ISK

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Starting from the Hallgrímskirkja Church at the top of the down town hill, our tour starts with a trip up the bell tower for an incredible view over the city and its colorful rooftops, the Faxaflói ... Read more.

6,990 ISK

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Wander through an old volcanic lava tunnel with a flashlight to see some of the most spectacular rock sculptures earth has created. Experience the full size of the mighty... Read more.

20,990 ISK

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The ever-changing glacier has spectacular scenery and perfect locations for a day out ice climbing. This tour offers the whole scale of difficulty, from easy climbing to harder steep walls. Since the ... Read more.

34,990 ISK

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Ice climbing and Glacier hiking Day tour from Reykjavík

Join us on one of Iceland’s most popular day trip from Reykjavík, yet different with us. In a group of only 6 guests accompanied by experienced and qualified guide we go to the south coast of ... Read more.

24,990 ISK

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Glacier hike day tour from Reykjavík

Meet us on location for one of Iceland´s most popular day trips, made yet different by Asgard. In groups of only 8 guests accompanied by experienced and qualified local guides we visit Sólheimajöku... Read more.

9,500 ISK

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1.5 – Hour Glacier hike Sólheimajökull – Boots & rainwear included

Riding time 1 1/2 - 2 hoursCaving 1 1/2 - 2 hours Our tour starts with an adventurous horse riding tour. We will explore the lava surrounding Mt. Helgafell volcano and ride through lava fields and ac... Read more.

19,990 ISK

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The Black Lava Tour

The magnificent landscapes of mountains and small bays of the North East of Iceland is quite unique. The mountains here come in all shapes and sizes and the variety of colors is stunning; everything ... Read more.

178,000 ISK

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Hiking at the End of the World

4 hour Glacier Hike on Crampons on Svínafellsjökull, part of the great Vatnajökull Glacier in Skaftafell National Park. This is a moderate glacier tour in the majestic surroundings of Svínafell... Read more.

16,900 ISK

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Glacier Adventure

Wander through the majestic crevasses of Svínafellsjökull glacier. On this full day adventure you will hike up the Svínafellsjökull glacier tongue deep into the glacier valley between the summits ... Read more.

23,900 ISK

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Full Day Glacier Adventure from Skaftafell National Park

This fantastic hiking day tour from Reykjavík takes you over the famous Fimmvörðuháls path from Skógar to Þórsmörk. Here we’ll explore waterfalls, lava fields that have been recently formed.... Read more.

39,900 ISK

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Fimmvörðuháls Volcano Hike

On this amazing combination tour you will start with a 2.5 hour Glacier Walk on Svínafellsjökull glacier tongue. There, one of our experienced glacier guides will lead you safely through the glacial... Read more.

28,900 ISK

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Blue Ice Experience and the Glacier Lagoon

Walk on Svinafellsjokull Glacier Tongue in Skaftafell National Park; Easy 2 hour Walk on Crampons. This walk takes us on to the Svínafellsjökull glacier tongue. Svínafellsjökull is a breathtaki... Read more.

10,900 ISK

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Blue Ice Experience

Hands down the best known trek in Iceland. This trail takes adventurers from the geothermal valley of Landmannalaugar and the southern highlands, over the southern highlands to the Þórsmörk valley,... Read more.

198,990 ISK

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5-Day Laugavegur Trek in Huts – Part 1

This hike over Fimmvörðuháls is probably the best known in Iceland, along with the Laugavegur trek. This popular trail marks the sighting of the first phase of the 2010 eruption... Read more.

89,900 ISK

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3-Day Fimmvörðuháls Trek in Huts – Part 2