Ice Cave Adventure

The tour

In this tour you will experience a unique ice cave in the wonders of Vatnajökull glacier, Europe’s largest ice cap. The tour is intended for those who want to visit an ice cave, get great photo opportunities and an unforgettable experience. The tour can take between 2,5 – 5 hours.
The meeting point is at Hali Country Hotel, 13 km east of Jökulsárlón (www.hali.is). The tour, guided by a local guide from Hali, will take you through the region’s history from settlement until today.
Each autumn, Glacier Adventure goes for an ice cave hunt to use for adventures during the coming winter. Ice caves are formed by Mother Nature and therefore weather dependent. Some caves have to have temperature below zero, or no rainy days before our visit. In this tour we visit one ice cave and we always choose the best cave available according to safety and weather condition. This will affect both driving and walking time of the tour.
Driving to the location can take 25-45 minutes and the walk to the ice cave can take from 5 to 60 minutes. You should have in mind that the walking is always in the pure Icelandic nature on gravel and rough terrain.

What’s included?

-Helmet and crampons if needed

-Super jeep tour
-Guided tour with a local

What do I need to bring?

– Good shoes, hiking boots if you have.

– Good clothing based on weather. 3 layers on top: base layer, light sweater like fleece and water or windproof top. Light warm pants and waterproof if needed.

– Gloves and thin hat
– It is recommended that camera is brought along for the tour.

Attention points

Good to have in mind:
– Be at our meeting point 20 minutes before departure time
– Driving in Iceland in the winter time can take much longer than during the summer. We recommend you stay somewhere close to Hali the night before   a tour.

– You can find useful information about the weather at www.vedur.is and the road conditions at www.vegagerdin.is

– We can´t guarantee that it is the only tour company visiting the ice cave during the tour.

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