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Hot Springs and Lava Cave

CERTIFIED OPERATOR     Tour operator: Icelandic Mountain Guides     6 hours     Travel method: Mini Bus
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Minimum age: 8 years
Difficulty:   EASY

Attractions

Hengill Volcano Area and into the Icelandic Underground Exploring Lava Cave. On this tour we take you to the famous Hengill Volcano and into the Icelandic underground! The journey begins by exploring one of the many lava caves in the Bláfjöll mountain range, just east of Reykjavík. You will find out how lava caves are formed and discover the beauty of stalagmites and stalactites. Having enjoyed the hidden beauties of the underground, we head out to the Hengill geothermal area where an easy hike in magnificently ethereal surroundings, dotted with hot springs and bubbling mud pools, awaits you. The hike continues down through Reykjadalur, the Smokey Valley, where it is possible to enjoy a natural bath in a warm stream.




What is included

Transport, guiding services, snow shoes (winter), helmets, and headlights




What do I need to bring

Warm clothing, rain gear, good shoes, bathing suit and towel. Lunch can be bought on the tour


  Attention

Depending on accessibility to Reykjadalur over the coldest winter months, a visit to some of the other hot spring areas of the south may be visited but without the bath.


Adults: 26.900

Children: 13.450



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Duration

6 hours

What is included

Transport, guiding services, snow shoes (winter), helmets, and headlights

Difficulty

EASY

Minimum age

8 years

What do I need to bring

Warm clothing, rain gear, good shoes, bathing suit and towel. Lunch can be bought on the tour

Attention

Depending on accessibility to Reykjadalur over the coldest winter months, a visit to some of the other hot spring areas of the south may be visited but without the bath.