Northern Lights and Glacier Hike
Some of the most popular activities during winter in Iceland are glacier hikes and northern lights hunting. We decided to combine the two and offer you the Northern Lights Hunt from Sólheimajökull glacier.
The ice and fire
During this tour we will take you to the wonderful South Coast for a glacier hike on Sólheimajökull glacier. After having a glacier experience we will warm up in the hot spring river in Reykjadalur valley.
Snæfellsnes – Iceland in a nutshell
Snæfellsnes can be called Iceland in a nutshell. We can find everything there – from spectacular glaciers, volcanic craters, lava fields and mountains to hot springs, black sand beaches, waterfalls, small farms and fishing villages.
Iceland is located on the border of two tectonic plates and Reykjanes peninsula is one of the places where you can see the border between continents. This tour has it all: volcanic caves and lava fields, black sand beaches, geothermal areas, basalt columns and a bridge between continents.
Northern lights and caving
Iceland is located on the border of two tectonic plates, that causes high volcanic activity on the surface. During eruptions, when rivers of lava flows through the terrain, the ceiling cools down faster than the inside creating volcanic caves. During this tour we will take you into the underground world of the amazing lava cave Leiðarendi. This tour is a wonderful combo with The Northern Lights Hunt.
Golden Circle and Northern Lights
The Golden Circle and Northern Lights tour will take you to the most famous Icelandic attractions – UNESCO World Heritage site Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir geothermal area. After half a day of sightseeing your guide will find best place to spot the northern lights.
Golden Circle and Lava Tube
The Golden Circle and Lava Tube tour will take you to the most famous Icelandic attractions – UNESCO World Heritage site Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir geothermal area together with visit into one of lava caves made during volcanic eruptions.