Overview of Thrihnukagigur Volcano
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Important attractions of the city include Gullfoss Waterfall, Hallgrimskirkja, National Museum Of Iceland, Sun Voyager Sculpture and Reykjadalur Hot Springs. You can also discover other things to do in Reykjavik on TripHobo.
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An ideal retreat for nature lovers alike, travel with a small group on this awe-inspiring route to the southern-most tip of Iceland. On this scenic trip to ViÂk, embark on a journey to some of Iceland's most iconic, natural monuments.This 10-hour
Leave behind ReykjavÃk and journey to RaufarhÃ³lshellir Lava Tunnel, just 30 minutes away. Walk through the lava's path and learn about the tunnel's history. The lava tunnel is one of the biggest in Iceland and scenes from the film Noah were sho
Iceland's otherworldly landscapeÂ is known for inspiring artists from all over the world, and its photogenic nature is featured in multiple feature films, tv shows, and music videos. This special tour visits many sites used by filmmakers and musici
Spend 10 hours exploring the magnificent southern coast of Iceland including a glacier hike with an experienced guide. Discover the SÃ³lheimajÃ¶kull Glacier as well as the Seljalandsfoss waterfall and the Renisfjara black sand beach. Ensure comfo
With its enormous, ancient icebergs, the JÃ¶kulsÃ¡rlÃ³n Glacial Lagoon is a natural wonder of Iceland and a sight you absolutely cannot miss. The lagoon produces a feeling of incredible tranquility as the 1000-1500 year-old ice that has broken
Enjoy a warm and relaxing bath in the natural thermal waters of the Secret Lagoon. This landmark is a natural hot spring and the oldest swimming pool in Iceland. You'll be transported to-and-fromÂ Reykjavik to the small village of Fludir in the Gol
Experience this small group, 25-minute tour of one of the best micro-breweries and bistros in Reykjavik. Enjoy tasting of some of Iceland's locally brewed beers, which are served straight from the brewery tanks. Your expert beer guide will tell you a
The Golden Circle by the original Super jeep is a guided day tour takingÂ you to three exceptional sights in Iceland: Thingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area and Gullfoss waterfall. This day tour offers you a chance to see and experience
This 10-hour Superjeep tour takes you from Reykjavik to explore various parts of south Iceland.Â See diverse landscape of lush farmland, glaciers, dramatic sandy coastline and striking waterfalls. High bird cliffs will satisfy you if you're a birdw
Travel from Kevflavik Airport to your Reykjavik city hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Embark on an adventurous journey from Reykjavik to Icelandâs SÃ³lheimajÃ¶kull Glacier. Your expert guide will take you glacier hiking and ice climbing on this magnificent natural phenomenon -- a rugged, raw and ever-changing hub of ancient f
Set off in search of minke whales, humpbacks and more on this whale-watching cruise from Reykjavik. Pull on a pair of provided coveralls and then stay on the lookout for harbor porpoises, white-beaked dolphins and whales as you cut through the still
A truly amazing place to visit. Dress warmly for the hike to base camp, then prepare yourself for your journey 400 odd feet into the depths of a 4,500 year old volcano. Definitely an unforgettable experience.
This tour was worth the expense! Site was amazing, but the guides were also great! Everyone was extremely friendly and helpful, way more so than anywhere else we traveled. Picked up some travel recommendations for the rest of our trip from our guides, and had great Icelandic soup after getting back to the Base camp. Highly recommend this.
Amazing old Caldera. Beautiful colors inside. Very well done
Should be on the UNESCO list !
Amazing place - worth the cost - truly breathtaking