Hiking & Hot Spring Adventure In Reykjadalur Valley From Reykjavik

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 6 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    - From 1st of April – 30th of September the pick up will start at 8 Am, - From 1st of Oct – 31st of March the pick up will start at 9 Am
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Pick up is offered from selected Reykjavik pick up points.
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Have an amazing day exploring Icelands unspoiled nature on this hiking tour from Reykjavik. With your expert guide, hike from the outskirts of Hveragerdi, a town full of hot springs and beautiful flowers, into the beautiful valley of Reykjadalur. Lie back and relax in the untouched, natural hot springs, for which Iceland is world-famous. After admiring these natural wonders and marveling at the incredible scenery continuing your scenic, leisurely hike back to Hveragerdi.


  • All necessary equipment included
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Lunch included

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Arctic adventures, Reykjavik, Capital Region

This day trip is your chance to hike through Iceland's stunning scenery and relax in its world-famous hot springs. Start your day with a complimentary Reykjavik pick up. Admire the picturesque surrounding countryside on your one hour drive to the hot springs in the area of the volcano Mt Hengill and Reykjadalur Valley, located in southwest Iceland.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Reykjadalur hot springs, Hveragerdi, South Region

Arrive in the outskirts of Hveragerdi, a town famous for its hot springs and gorgeous flowers. Follow your guide on a scenic, leisurely hike into the beautiful valley of Reykjadalur. Listen to your guides stories about Icelands past as you witness the valleys amazing abundance of geothermal wonders, from small, gurgling melting pots to vibrant, super-heated pools of water - giving evidence that Mt Hengill is still an active volcano located under the surface of the area.
See the hot water rushing down the slopes from the Hellisheidi mountain, creating the ideal place to relax. Take a break from your hike and unwind in the soothing natural hot springs. Then, hike back into the beautiful and natural town of Hveragerdi and begin your journey back to Reykjavik.

Duration: 3 hours

Pass By: Hallgrimskirkja

Your tour ends with a complimentary Reykjavik drop off.


Small group guarantee

Reykjavik pick up & return

Guided hiking tour to the hot springs of Reykjadalur Valley

An expert hiking guide

Bathing in a naturally hot river



Food and drinks

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not recommended for travelers with back problems

Minimum age is 10 years old

It is recommended to bring warm outdoor clothing, waterproof jacket and pants, packed lunch, gloves, hat and good hiking shoes

During the winter there might be ice and snow on the hiking path making the hike a little harded.

Your guide will make sure that everyone is safe and comfortable in these circumstances.

Conditions are always assessed before each tour and crampons provided if necessary.

From 1st of April 30th of September the pick up will start at 8am.

From 1st of Oct 31st of March the pick up will start at 9am.

Traveler Reviews

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  • 14-Nov-2019

    Is was such a fun and amazing adventure out guide was witty and so fun to be around he was patient and very knowledgeable I highly recommend this trip

  • 18-Feb-2018

    This hike was absolutely amazing with some of the most amazing views! Definitely worth it in my eyes. The hot spring was far better than a crowded blue lagoon. One of the highlights of my trip.

  • 20-Dec-2017

    This is by far my favorite hot spring tour out off all the hot springs I visited in Iceland. The hike took about 40 minutes or even longer for me because my friend and I kept stopping to take photos and videos. Our guide Henrik was great, very knowledgeable and enthusiastic.

  • 02-Oct-2017

    There was an extra cold chill the time I went, so we didn't end up hiking but the guide was extremely nice and took us to some lesser known hot springs and a little tour of the golden circle. There were only 6 people in the group so that was nice!

  • 10-Aug-2017

    The scenery was beautiful, but the hike was not leisurely and we would have liked more time to take pictures. Still, I would recommend this tour for young, fit people who don't mind a lot of uphill hiliking.

  • 10-Aug-2017

    The day was sunny and beautiful. The hike up wasn't terrible, but I do walk 7 miles a day. I know an older couple that was with us was not able to make it all the way to the hot springs and had to turn around early. But it was their choice. And they just went and sat at the little cafe down the mountain! But the scenery was gorgeous. Beautiful! Must see! Plenty of time at the springs. Only negative was the bugs flying around your face, but once you get used to them no other cons.
    Either come with your swimsuit on or be comfortable to change in front of everyone as there is no rooms to change into once you get to the springs. Beautiful and wonderful excursion and I highly highly recommend!!!
    Mike was an amazing tour guide. Funny and very knowledgable!

  • 29-Jun-2017

    This is an amazing trip through a breathtaking landscape. The first 1,5 km are uphill and quite steep, but with a normal condition there should be no problem and you are rewarded by the views. We, 72 and 73 years old, could do it without any problem. Our guide Finn was very helpful. One of our group 30 was completely untrained but Finn en ouraged her not to give up. After about 1,5 hour we reached the Hidden Valley and we went into the hot river. Everybody changes clothes in the open air, no need to be shy about that, but don't forget to take a plastic bag to put your clothes in, because when it is raining everything gets wet through. People should be warned about that. The only point of critisism. We were lucky, because the rain started when we left.

  • 10-Jun-2017

    A great hike -- really enjoyed it. Not too difficult, but you do need to be fit

  • 31-Aug-2016

    I loved this trip. It was a wonderful hike through beautiful landscape to the ideal hot springs. Theses springs are as natural as their surroundings. This is a good option for anyone who wants to get themselves out into some Icelandic scenery.

  • 28-Jun-2016

    The guide was really helpful and patient, especially since the hike was more difficult for me than I anticipated, and let me borrow some trekking poles. The hot spring area is really beautiful and there is a waterfall on the way to them. I thoroughly enjoyed the hike.

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