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Fire and Ice Helicopter Tour from Reykjavik

  • Save time and reach Iceland’s natural attractions swiftly by helicopter
  • Touch down and explore the Þórisjökull glacier and Hengill geothermal area on foot
  • Uninterrupted views over Glymur waterfall and the Thingvellir National Park 
Fire and Ice Helicopter Tour from Reykjavik
From US$ 1,198.38
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Fire and Ice Helicopter Tour from Reykjavik
US$ 1,198.38
Iceland is a landscape of cascading waterfalls and bubbling lava fields—and the best way to see it is from the air. Select a morning or afternoon tour, and save hours of hiking to land directly on the remote Þórisjökull glacier and in the Hengill geothermal area. Soar over natural attractions including the Glymur waterfall and the Thingvellir National Park. Cover a huge expanse of land efficiently by helicopter and admire the scenery from the skies.
What to Expect
Choose a morning or afternoon helicopter flight, then make your way to the Reykjavik Domestic Airport to begin your tour. Hop aboard your helicopter, then—with your pilot at the controls—take to the skies. Soar high over the Glymur waterfall—the highest in Iceland—and save hours of hiking as you admire the cascading torrent from the air.

First, land on the Þórisjökull glacier and explore the frozen landscape on foot. Here, enjoy fine views over the cracks and crevasses, and capture the glacial scenery on camera.

Return to the skies and head onward to the Thingvellir National Park. Gaze out over the rugged countryside from your vantage point in the air, and see the continental rift of the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates—only fully visible from above.

Touch down for a second time in the Hengill geothermal area. Accessible only on foot or by helicopter, this remote valley is home to geothermal springs and bubbling mud pools that you can admire up close.

Afterward, return in comfort to your starting point at the Reykjavik Domestic Airport to conclude your tour.
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Reviews (16)

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Reviewed yesterday
Fantastic! Will be going again

Gunner was a great pilot and the staff was phenomenal. The sights were beautiful and I learned a lot. I will certainly be back.

Thank SpecialKer
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile
Best tour

Fire and ice tour with Capt. Matthias. Best tour in Iceland. Very safe company. Equipment was modern and well kept. Been on helicopter tours previously and I could this company takes their work very serious. Matthias was very informative during the flight giving us play-by-play...More

Thank Fries_with_Ketchup
Reviewed 31 March 2018
Say You REALLY Saw Iceland In All It’s Wonder!

Best in class service, helicopters, sights seen, and pilots. Gudjon was a seasoned and highly professional pilot; you could see he has a true love for flying and discussing the sights of Iceland as well. This tour is the REAL Iceland seen only from above...More

Thank CDS2NC
Reviewed 28 November 2017
A Life Experience with a proffesional and friendly team

We have just had a wonderful weekend in Iceland for my Wife's 50th Birthday and the highlight of the whole trip was the Helicopter Tour. We booked the Fire and Ice tour but unfortunately due to weather we were offered an alternative tour. I have...More

Thank _tonycox67
Reviewed 12 November 2017
Incredible experience that I'll never forget!

My sister and I went on the Fire and Ice tour with our pilot, Gisli. The trip was incredible and I couldn't recommend it highly enough. Seeing Iceland from this perspective truly is breathtaking, and the whole process went incredibly smoothly thanks to the professionalism...More

1  Thank Sophie R
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