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Winter Wonders - 3 Day Guided Tour Iceland

3 Day Tour of Iceland Packed With Snorkeling, Glacier Hiking, Ice Caving & Snowmobiling

Get your fill of adventure and spend 3 days discovering the Winter Wonders of the sea, snow, and earth in Iceland.

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Fill your 3 day trip to Iceland with iconic outdoor activities only found in the land of fire and ice! Begin by descending into a historic lava tube and submerging yourself in the waters of the Silfra Fissure.

Then throw on your crampons and head out onto the surface of a glacier and down into its hidden ice caves. Lastly, snowmobile across Iceland’s frozen wilderness amidst volcanoes, waterfalls, and geysers.

Go full speed ahead into the wilds on this Iceland 3 day tour of winter wonders!

Please note: If you’re traveling with a party of 2 or more, be sure to book everyone under a single reservation. Otherwise, we can’t guarantee you will all be on the same tour activity.

This itinerary does not include hotel stays. For multi-day trips with accommodation, check out our Multi-Day Tours

  • Availability

    Winter

  • Duration

    3 days

  • Duration Overwrite

  • Level

    Moderate

  • Pickup

    Yes

  • Meet on location

    No

  • Min. Age

    12 years

  • Ratio

    1:16

  • Departs from

    Reykjavik

  • Departs from Overwrite

  • Price from

    60.990 ISK

Tour highlights
Lave Tube Exploration
Silfra Snorkeling
Glacier Hiking
Ice Caving
Snowmobiling
Thingvellir National Park
Langjökull Glacier
Sólheimajökull Glacier
Included
Silfra Fissure snorkeling
Ice and lava cave expedition
Super Jeep ride
Snowmobile tour
Expert, certified guides
Silfra admission fee
All necessary gear and equipment
Pick-up and drop off from Reykjavik
Free WiFi on mini-bus

Fill up on amazing and race toward a good time on our Iceland 3 day Winter Wonders tour!

Descend into an ancient lava tube in search of peculiar and exotic rock formations underground. Then we take a short ride to Thingvellir National Park for some intercontinental snorkeling. Rated a top 5 excursion in the world by Trip Advisor, snorkeling at Silfra Fissure is an Iceland exclusive experience!

Next, hop onboard a Super Jeep and venture to the massive glaciers and mysterious ice caves of South Iceland. We’ll trek out onto Myrdalsjokull Glacier and continue on to the twisting blue and black ice cave beneath Kötlujökull Glacier on Mt. Katla.

Circle the Golden Circle taking in all of Iceland’s most famous sites and detour to Langjökull Glacier for a thrill-fueled snowmobile ride. Visit the golden Gullfoss Waterfall and discover steaming geysers in the Geysir Geothermal Area. Finally, return back to Reykjavik via Super Jeep and take a breath.

Three days of pure, pedal-to-the-metal fun found only in Iceland!

Pick up & drop off times:

  • For those who have chosen to be picked up in Reykjavík, the pick-up time is at 08:00 am. Picking everyone up can take up to 30 minutes, your patience is greatly appreciated!
  • If you select the pickup option, our tour guide will pick you up at your chosen meeting location in the city.
  • Pick up starts at 8:30 a.m. You will be picked up at your selected location in Reykjavik. Please note, that the pick up can take up to 30 min.

Practical information:

Don’t own all of these clothing necessities? Don’t worry, you can always rent sturdy hiking shoes, waterproof jacket and pants in the booking process. We do not rent gear on location.

Vouchers
Pick up and expected drop off times will be confirmed by our sales team after booking. When you arrange your trip you will initially be sent a voucher as proof of booking. This document will not contain your pick up and drop off details. Our sales team will send you a separate email containing your full itinerary, so please look out for this.

What to bring: Warm outdoor clothing, waterproof jacket and pants, head-wear, gloves, bathing suit, packed lunch, towel and a change of clothing. Good hiking shoes are essential.

What if I don’t own all of these clothing necessaries?
Don’t worry, you can always rent sturdy hiking shoes, waterproof jacket and pants in the booking process. We do not rent gear from location.


If you don’t want to do the whole package all of the activities can also be done separately:

Snorkeling & Caving tour

Katla ice cave tour under volcano

Golden Circle & Snowmobiling

Please note

Due to guide/customer ratio limitations and Þingvellir National Park regulations this tour sells out frequently, we recommend you book this tour well in advance.

Due to limited daylight periods, we are not able to stop at Skógafoss in wintertime (from the 16th of November until the 31st of January). Only from 1st of February, throughout the Spring, Summer, and Autumn until the 15th of November do we stop at both of the waterfalls on this tour. The meet-on-location tour (from Vík) does not include any other stops but the Ice cave.

The price of the tour is for one person when sharing a two-person snowmobile. For solo or an odd number of bookings, you must book a solo snowmobile for 6.000 ISK extra.

If you wish to have a solo snowmobile but do not have a valid driver's license then you can book an extra guide to operate your snowmobile for an additional 40.000 ISK. Please contact our sales desk for further information and booking.

Snorkeling & Lava Cave Tour Iceland

The 3 day tour begins with a pick-up from your accommodation or pre-arranged meeting point. We will then travel by minibus to Raufarhólshellir Cave or Gjábakkahellir, depending on the season. Both caves are very old lava tubes winding deep underground. Descend into the earth in a cavern carved out of black volcanic stone hardened over millions of years.

After exiting the cave, we will take a short lunch break before heading out to Thingvellir National Park where the Silfra Fissure awaits. 

Once we arrive at Silfa, our guides will give you a quick safety briefing before helping you get zipped up in your drysuit. All that will be left is to snap on your snorkel and plunge into the crystal cool waters of the Silfra Fissure.

The water-filled rift is quite literally tucked between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. Considered one of the best freshwater snorkeling/diving locations in the world, Silfra is the only place on earth you can snorkel between continents!

After drying off and warming up with some hot chocolate and cookies, we’ll board the bus and head back to the big city.

Day Highlights
Silfra Fissure
Þingvellir National Park (Thingvellir)
Snorkeling Tour
Caving Tour
Included
Certified PADI Dive Guide / Divemaster
Expert Caving Guide
All Required Safety Equipment
Silfra Admission Fee
Hot Chocolate & Cookies
Free WiFi on Board Your Minibus

Katla Ice Cave Tour Under the Volcano

Begin by getting picked up in Reykjavik. Then Super Jeep your way over to the base of Kötlujökull Glacier where our waiting guides will help you gear up and prepare. Your group will then venture across the ice a short distance to the mouth of the ice cave. The ice caves are ever-changing and you may need to climb a ladder or ascend up steps to enter.

Inside the cave, you’ll find worn, black-striped walls. The stripes were formed from deposited layers of volcanic ash frozen solid in ice over the years. Follow your guide deeper into the glacier-side before turning back and emerging back into the light.

Once back at the Super Jeep, we’ll make our way to Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. Flowing from the infamous Eyjafjallajökull Volcano, Seljalandsfoss is well-known in Iceland as the waterfall you can walk behind!

We’ll leave the falls and be back in Reykjavik later that evening.

Day Highlights
Scenic Super Jeep Ride
View Over Myrdalsjokull
Visiting a Natural Glacial Ice Cave
Seljalandsfoss Waterfall (from Reykjavik option only)
Skogafoss Waterfall (from Reykjavik option only, from Feb 1 to Nov 15)
Included
Super Jeep Ride
Natural Ice Cave Visit
Crampons for Walking on Ice
All Required Safety Equipment
English-Speaking Adventure Guide

Golden Circle Tour Iceland & Snowmobiling Tour Iceland

Get picked up and bust out of Reykjavik along the famous Golden Circle route.

We’ll first take Route 1 east to Þingvellir National Park. Where Iceland’s first parliament was formed, the area is also where two huge tectonic plates meet. Enjoy quintessential Icelandic nature complete with streams, waterfalls, and lakes everywhere you look.

Then carry on to the active geothermal area encompassing Geysir, the now hot spring after which all geysers got their name from. Though Geysir is now barely active, the neighboring Strokkur Geyser still bursts every 4 to 10 minutes sending water as high as 25 meters.

The next stop is Gullfoss Waterfall, “the golden waterfall”. The most-photogenic waterfall in Iceland streams over 3 steps of volcanic rock often glowing in the Icelandic sunshine. We’ll then break for lunch at the nearby Gullfoss Cafe for a quick bite with an amazing view.

We’ll break off of the Golden Circle drive to the foot of Langjökull Glacier. There at our glacier camp, we will prepare for our snowmobile ride on Iceland’s second-largest glacier. Once our guides go over the basics we’ll drive out across the ice for a full hour of high-octane exploration. 

Once back at camp we will board the Super Jeep and return back to the capital city as our Iceland 3 day tour comes to a close.

Day Highlights
Þingvellir National Park (Thingvellir)
Gullfoss Waterfall
Geysir Geothermal Area
Langjökull Glacier
Snowmobiling
Golden Circle
Super Jeep
Included
Guided Super Jeep Safari
Visit Highlights of the Golden Circle
Snowmobile Tour
Experienced Snowmobile Guide
Snowmobiling Gear
Stop at Gullfoss Café (opportunity to buy lunch)
How is it best to be ready for a pick-up for a tour with Arctic Adventures?

This is a great question. We ask all participants to be ready from the start of the pickup time indicated. This is because you may well be the first pick up of the day. Please be at your assigned location at the start time that you chose when booking the tour.

Here you should wait for your guide.

Have your email and phone number listed with us so we can contact you if we run into any trouble finding you.

View our pick-up locations in Reykjavík.

Can I drink alcohol before or during Arctic Adventures tours?

Before and during activities on the multi-day tours consumption of alcohol is prohibited. If we suspect that a participant is intoxicated, we will prohibit them from joining the activity.

After the activities of the day are finished, you are welcome to have a drink and relax.

Do you offer any family friendly tours, for younger children?

Yes, we do. Langjökull Ice Cave is a magical experience, the tour has no minimum age and is a wonderful option for the whole family. Whale Watching with our partner company Elding has been a favourite with families traveling with young children, these guys have a great success rate in seeing whales (upwards of 98% in the summertime).

Another option would be the Landmannalaugar Safari on this tour you get to explore parts of the Icelandic highlands and bathe in natural hot springs. Most of our jeep tours are also suitable for children over the age of 6 years old. If you would like a nice and relaxing experience we would also recommend the Golden Circle & Secret Lagoon tour.

Can the itinerary for the tour change?

Your safety is our number one priority! Keeping this in mind, Arctic Adventures reserves the right to adjust the itinerary and/or take different routes depending on conditions. Please read more information in our cancellation policy.

Is there a guide on each Arctic Adventures tour?

Yes, there is a specially trained and certified guide on each of our tours. The only exception to this is for our self-drive tours.

All of our tours are guided in English.

Can the guide advise if I am eligible for rescheduling the tour and/or a refund?

No, for all your questions and concerns you would need to contact our customer service.

What type of power outlets are used in Iceland? Do I need to bring an adapter?

The standard in Iceland is 230V and 50Hz and we use F-type power sockets and plugs, so you might have to bring an adaptor if you are visiting from UK, USA, Canada or other countries using a different voltage, Hz or plugs.

How are the tours rated in terms of difficulty?

Our tours are split into four different categories that help participants to understand what to expect from the tour. The categories are Easy, Moderate, Challenging and Demanding. Each tour is rated making it easier to find tours that suit you.

For further information about the difficulty ratings and descriptions.

 

How does carbon offsetting work?

We’ve partnered with the Kolviður Fund in a new carbon offsetting program, which passengers can select to participate in at the time of booking.

The Kolviður Fund is the oldest, most respected carbon offsetting program in Iceland. With your support, one tree will be planted in special Kolviður forests in Iceland to carbon offset your tour with us.

Kolviður forests are strategically planted to absorb the maximum amount of CO2 and the forests are protected for a minimum of 60 years. During their lifetime the trees absorb carbon and store it in their root system, trunk, and branches. Trees also prevent soil erosion and maintain storage of carbon in the soil.

What equipment do you provide for the lava tube caving trip?

We provide you with a headlight and a helmet.

What should I wear on a lava caving tour in Iceland?

Like always in Iceland, it’s best to dress in layers. Warm layers closest to you preferably wool/thermal underwear, pants sweater and on top waterproof outdoor clothing. We also recommend that you wear good hiking boots and gloves. Jeans have proven to be a bad choice.

What is the best way to prepare for the tour?

All relevant information for the tour can be found in our snorkelling handbook.

Can I bring my camera on my snorkeling tour?

Yes, you can bring a camera, but we recommend to have a waterproof one if you want to have it in the water with you.

Where is the meeting point for the snorkeling tours at Þingvellir?

If you plan to drive and meet us on location, the meeting point is at the Silfra car park, in Thingvellir National Park.

GPS: 64°15’23.508″N 21°6’58.676″W

Note that the National Park charges a small parking fee of 500 ISK.

We kindly ask you to be at the Silfra car park 15 Minutes prior to your tour starts.

Do you offer photos from the snorkeling tour?

Our guides normally have an underwater camera and usually, take photos during the tour. If you are interested in photos please let your guide know before you go into the water.

You can then buy the photos from your guide at the end of the tour, for a price of 2990 ISK, which includes all the photos from that day. Kindly note that photos cannot be guaranteed. Our customer’s safety and wellbeing is our first priority, and therefore the guide will focus on snorkelers as a priority when in the water and will be taking photos when everyone is comfortable.

Can I wear glasses during the snorkeling?

No. Unfortunately, glasses don’t create a seal between your face and the mask. We recommend wearing contact lenses instead.

I am pregnant, can I participate in the snorkeling tour?

You are not able to participate in the snorkelling tour if you are pregnant.

Do I need to be able to understand and communicate in English in order to participate in the tour?

Yes, the tour is directed in English and therefore you need to be able to understand English to participate.

Can we do snorkeling and diving at the same time?

Some snorkelling tours match with a dive tour, and then you will be in the same area at the same time. You will, however, be in separate groups with separate guides, and won’t be in the water exactly at the same time.

What are the requirements for snorkeling in Silfra?

You need to be more than 12 years old. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian booked on the same tour.

You need to know how to swim independently. Because of the dry suit sizes, there are height-weight limitations. The minimum height is 150 cm, and the minimum weight is 45 kg. The maximum height is 200 cm, and the maximum weight is 120 kg.

All participants must have read and followed directions in the Snorkeling in Silfra Handbook

The minimum height is:
  • 150 cm (4’9)
The minimum weight is:
  • 45 kg (99 lbs)

The maximum height is:
  • 200 cm (6’5)
The maximum weight is:
  • 120 kg (265 lbs)
Do I need to know how to swim?

Yes, you must be able to swim independently without a lifejacket, and you must be comfortable in the water.

What is snorkelling in Iceland like?

When snorkelling in Iceland you will be wearing a dry suit, hood and gloves made of neoprene, along with fins, mask and snorkel. This equipment will make it not only possible but also very enjoyable, to stay in the water despite the low temperature. It is a fantastic experience.

Do I need previous experience to snorkel?

No, you don’t need any previous experience to snorkel, but it is important that you can swim independently and that you are comfortable in the water.

What clothing should I wear?

Please wear or bring some long underwear and some warm socks. Wool or fleece is the best material to wear. You will be wearing your long underwear and warm socks under the dry suit.

Will I stay dry in the water?

We provide dry suits so that your body stays dry, and you will also wear undergarments to keep you warm. We use high-quality neoprene dry suits from Waterproof International and O´Three. But it is good to know that there is always a small risk that water can enter the dry suit. This is not dangerous but can feel a little cold, so we recommend you bring a spare set of clothes and a towel, just in case. Kindly note that your hands and face will get wet, which is completely normal and not actually that cold.

What equipment do you provide?

We provide an undergarment and neoprene dry suit from Waterproof and 0’Three. We also provide a neoprene hood and neoprene wet gloves to protect your head and hands from the cold. You will also be given fins, mask and snorkel.

How many snorkelers will be on each tour?

Our client to guide ratio is one guide for every 6 snorkelers.

What is the temperature in Silfra Fissure?

The water temperature is 2-4 degrees C (35-37 degrees F) all year round. The water comes from the Langjökull glacier which keeps it nice and cool, and very refreshing!

What kind of dry suits do you provide?

We use high quality neoprene dry suits from Waterproof International and O´Three.

Are there toilet facilities in Silfra?

Yes, there are 2 toilet facilities at Silfra. However, we don’t recommend that you use them for changing, as it can result in long queues.

Is there any life in Silfra?

Sometimes fish venture into Silfra from Þingvallavatn lake, but they will quickly swim back, as they don’t like chilly glacier waters. However, there is plenty of colorful seaweed, including a bright green variety known as “troll hair”, which makes the fissure unlike anything on the surface.

How deep is Silfra fissure?

The cave systems in Silfra can be up to 60 m deep. However, your dive in Silfra will be from about 7 to 12 m, and the maximum diving depth that is permitted is 18 m.

What should I wear on our glacier trip in Iceland?

Iceland is known for colourful 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 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.

Do I need to bring a backpack on a glacier trip in Iceland?

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.

Can I bring my camera along on a glacier tour?

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

I am pregnant, can I still join a glacier hike?

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.

Do I need to bring a lunch with me on the glacier tours?

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).

What are crampons?

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.

Is there a guide on each Arctic Adventures glacier tour?

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

What equipment is provided when taking part on a Glacier Hike?

When glacier hiking you will be provided with an ice axe, harness and helmet. This will help you to complete the tour safely.

Why are there glaciers in Iceland?

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.

What if it is raining?

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.

Where can I find more information to prepare me for my Glacier Hiking tour?

This guide to Glacier Hiking includes all the information you might need when preparing for a glacier hike.

If I have never driven a snowmobile before, can I still participate?

You do not need previous snowmobile driving experience. Your guide will provide easy to follow operating instructions.

However, you do need a valid Driving License if you intend to drive. If there are two of you, only one of you needs to bring a Driving License but if you both bring one, each of you can take a turn at driving.

Can you go on a snowmobiling tour in the summertime in Iceland?

Yes, you can. The plus side to being a cold country is that our glaciers are here all year around and we can go snowmobiling in every season.

Are there any weight restrictions for the snowmobiling tours?

We don’t exactly have a weight restriction but participants need to be able to fit in our winter overalls. The largest size we have is 5XL. As for the physical level, the tour is listed at the level moderate and anyone in average physical condition should be able to complete the tour without any trouble.

Are their any places to use the toilet at the glacier snowmobiling base camp?

Yes, we have toilets at the base camp where the tour starts that you are more than welcome to use before and after. Unfortunately we cannot offer any bathroom breaks during the tour itself.

What clothing is provided for the snowmobile ride on Langjokull glacier?

We provide you with an overall, a balaclava, goggles, gloves and a helmet. This Equipment is all included in the price of the tour.

What do I need to bring for my snowmobiling ride on Langjokull glacier?

First and foremost warm clothing.

Upper body: Thermal shirt and a fleece or a thick sweater over.

Lower body: Warm pants.
If you get easily cold, also thermals.

Shoes: It’s best to wear boots as it’s pretty cold on the glacier and they can get wet.

NOTE: You need to bring a lunch or some snacks. Lunch is not included in the tour.

I am traveling by myself, do I need to pay the single ride supplement?

Yes, if traveling solo you will need to purchase the single ride extra.

Is there an age limit to go snowmobiling on Langjokull glacier?

Yes, there is, safety is always our number one priority and after looking closely into this the age limit was set to 8 years, of course in company with a guardian.

I'm pregnant, am I able to participate in one of your snowmobile tours?

We do not recommend women who are pregnant to participate in our snowmobile tours. If you are traveling in a group, you are welcome to travel with them and stay at our basecamp while the group goes on the snowmobile part of the tour.

Do you offer a tour that is solely the Golden Circle?

Yes, we offer the tour Golden Circle small group tour which is basically the Golden Circle with some extra stops. This tour is focusing on sightseeing and the history of Iceland. Our stops are Gullfoss waterfall, Þingvellir national park (home to one of the first parliaments of the world), Geysir hot spring area and the historic Skálholt cathedral. View Golden Circle Tours.

What sights will I see on the Golden Circle?

The tour is based around the three most popular attractions in Iceland Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss Waterfall and The Great Geysir. We offer several Golden Circle trips that combine sightseeing with some of our adventure tours.

Does the ice cave always look exactly the same as on the pictures?

The caves are in a constant change so they might look different from what you see in the picture. Air temperature, sunshine, precipitation, geothermal activity, and many other factors cause significant changes in the formation of the ice caves and this process is exclusively controlled by Mother Nature.

We will visit the best available naturally formed ice cave during this tour and the cave we visit is chosen based on conditions and safety each time.

What should I wear on this tour?

Iceland is known for changeable 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.

For this tour, we highly recommend sturdy hiking boots since the terrain is quite rough. At the ice cave will provide microspikes that you can fit on your boots.
Do I need to bring a backpack?

We recommend bringing your own backpack to carry your phone/ camera, some snacks, water, and some extra clothing.

Can I bring my camera along on an ice cave tour?

You can bring your camera along, and you should definitely bring one since the setting on the tour is full of amazing, scenic views. Make sure to have a tripod with you, since it’s quite dark inside the cave and extra batteries.

I am pregnant, can I still join the tour?

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.

Do I need to bring a lunch with me on the ice cave tours?

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).

What are crampons?

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.

Is there a guide on each Arctic Adventures ice cave tour?

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

What does meet on location entail?

Meet on location means travelling to the location of the tour yourself and then meeting our tour guides rather than being picked up and taken to the location.

Where can I find more information about Ice Caves?

The Ice Caves in Iceland are truly magical. If you want to learn more about them this information page on Ice Caves will be a great help.

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