Iceland is open for travel: Volcanic eruption in Iceland 2024

About tour

This tour combines two of the best things – a visit to the Ice Cave and a ride with a Monster Truck, called Sleipnir. Sleipnir is specifically designed to travel on hostile glacier terrain, so you can feel safe. The leather seats, skyline windows, AC system along with a specially prepared playlist of Icelandic music artists will provide maximum comfort on your ride to the ice cave.

We will take you on the Langjokull - the second-biggest glacier in Iceland. You will acquire the basics of glacier knowledge from our experienced guides! On the glacier, we will also take you to our precious discovery - mesmerizing ice cave.


  • Langjökull Glacier
  • Monster Truck
  • Natural Ice Cave
  • Unique Natural Formations
  • Glacier Knowledge


  • Transportation in a regular bus and monster truck
  • Ice Cave Exploration (weather dependent)
  • Sled and/or Glacier Golf and/or Warm drinks and Snack (in case of no Ice Cave)
  • Local, English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Crampons
  • WiFi and restroom on board

What to bring

  • Warm and waterproof outdoor clothing
  • Hat and gloves
  • Winter boots or hiking shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera/phone

Tour Snapshot

Availability Nov - March
Duration 4 hours
Departs From Gullfoss
Level Easy Suitable for most people in fair condition.
Minimum age 4 years




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From Gullfoss Waterfall upper parking, we will take you to the enormous Langjökull glacier, where you can witness the awe-inspiring landscapes, learn about the basics of the glacier and visit an ice cave.

Meeting Point: Meeting point is at upper parking area of Gullfoss Waterfall. Right there, you'll spot the 'Gullfoss - Panorama Restaurant - Cafe - Shop'. Our transfer bus is located close to the Sleipnir meeting point sign at the parking lot close to the road of Gullfoss Cafe. It´s best to be there around 11:45 am.

  • During the tour, you will be provided with the safety equipment and our professional guide who knows ice caves inside and out.

  • Ice Cave tours are weather-dependent. Your safety is the most important and therefore tours sometimes must be changed or canceled with short notice due to weather conditions or other safety. Instead of an ice cave exploration there could be sled and/or glacier golf and/or warm drinks with snacks. We suggest paying close attention before you begin your journey.

  • You can find public transportation near the meeting point.


Iceland is known for its colorful weather. It can sometimes show you all 4 seasons in one day.

Dressing for this sort of weather can be a challenge so we always recommend dressing in layers. 3 or 4 upper layers are highly recommended such as a light t-shirt (preferably wool) next to the skin, then a fleece or heavy wool garment, topped off with a waterproof windbreaker.

Jeans are not recommended for our trips as they become very heavy, cold and uncomfortable to wear when they get wet.

Lightweight hiking pants, track pants or long cotton pants are best and then wind/waterproof pants over. We also recommend using sunglasses and sunscreen even if it is cloudy due to the high UV and sunlight reflecting off of the glacier.

You will need sturdy hiking boots with ankle support that fit crampons for the glacier hiking tours. If you do not own a pair then we rent out good hiking boots as well as a waterproof raincoat and trousers.

We recommend bringing your own backpack on our full day or 1/2 day tours. It’s great to carry a small lunch and some extra clothing.

You can bring your camera along, and you should definitely bring one since the setting on the tour is full of amazing, scenic views.

This is, of course, a personal choice, we have often had pregnant women on our trips. We recommend you take a close look at our trip description and difficulty rating, they will hopefully give you a better idea. It is also good to contact your physician, pregnant women’s health can be quite different. Feel free to contact us if you have further questions or concerns.

We do not provide lunch on any of our trips, so we recommend you bring your own lunch (for the longer trips), snacks and a bottle of water (you can refill it on the trip).

Crampons are metal spikes that we attach to the soles of your hiking shoes, these enable you to walk on the glacier ice without slipping. Get to know how to put crampons.

Yes, there is a specially trained and certified glacier guide on every glacier tour that we offer.

When snow stays long enough in one place it turns to ice. Over long periods of time, the ice layers up becoming huge blocks called glaciers. As there is a lot of snow in Iceland,  it forms to create ginormous glaciers that sweep across huge masses of land. Iceland is home to Europe’s largest glacier named Vatnajökull. This Glacier Guide will also tell you everything you may want to know about Glaciers.

Rain is not uncommon in Iceland. However, we do not let the rain stop our tours. This is why having appropriate clothing is very important to keep you warm and dry. Nature is not something that we can control and therefore we need to adapt to the weather. If your safety is compromised by going on the tour, we will cancel and you will be fully refunded.

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