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    Enjoy a 3.5-hour glacier walk on Sólheimajökull glacier in South Iceland. Overlook beautiful views of the glacier, such as deep crevasses, water cauldrons and natural ice sculptures with a highly trained and knowledgeable guide. Choose between

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    A tandem flight in South Iceland performed with a skilled instructor pilot. Experience the calmest and safest form of free flight known to man. No prior knowledge or skills are required, just join us and have an unforgettable adventure. All equipment

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    Paragliding in Vík í Mýrdal on the South Coast of Iceland, with astounding views! Glaciers, Black sand beaches, vibrant green moss spreads and blue waters as far as the eye can see. This is the landscape of Ga

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  • Fabulous hotel, and very understated. This is more of a complex, with several buildings laid out around the main reception, restaurant and hot tub area. The staff were friendly and welcoming and keen to ensure we were having a great time right from our arrival. We stayed in the new building that you pass on the way in, and it was very modern, spotless, and had all the usual features you would expect. The beds were comfy, and the heating an hot water were plentiful and very welcome on a cold day. The outdoor hot tub was great, and the outdoor changing facilities were very clean. The restaurant had a hearty buffet or simple snack menu, but the food was all of a very high standard. Well worth considering this hotel on your Iceland travels!

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  • Fantastic hotel. Best breakfast we had during our trip. The room was great and the staff were super friendly.

  • Really impressed with this hotel, though it looked like a set of dormitories at first. The room was very quiet and comfortable and the TV had Netflix! The artwork was gorgeous. Breakfast was also nice with a big spread. It's a larger hotel, but still has a pleasant atmosphere.

  • So, Iceland is expensive, but you at least expect to get something out of the poke in the eye, but I didn't feel that way at Hotel Katla. It's basically a Cabin style rooms, nothing fancy, but still ran 2x the cost of my full apartment in downtown Reykjavik. The shower water temperature fluctuated drastically and constantly. Breakfast included, but it closed by 10AM and I didn't make it. The dinner buffet wasn't appealing at all (at around ~6200 ISK) so I drove into Vic for food. There is in-room wi-fi that worked fine. On the plus side the night manager/bar tender did serve me beer from 23:30 to 00:30 when nothing else was open in town.

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  • Very good hotel to stay while in Vik. This was my second time staying here and we were lucky to get rooms in the brand-new front addition. The hotel has grown substantially in the past two years and is quite large. The new addition rooms were very spacious, large beds, plenty of room around them, a table suitable for work, a couple of seats to relax and read, sufficiently large bathrooms. However, I do remember that the rooms in the older buildings are not nearly as nice as the new ones. The rooms also had radiant heaters, allowing you to dry clothing when needed (the area can be quite rainy in March). Food was good, the new dinner buffet is very diverse and good, breakfast buffet is also nice (but could use some smoked fish). Friendly and helpful staff. Rooms are not cheap, almost 50% more expensive than something comparable in the US, but more in line with typical European hotels. The one thing I was disappointed about is that the sauna didn't work at all and the hot tub isn't very hot and doesn't have jets, it's just a soaker tub with warm water.

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