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This was honestly my daughters and my favorite stop throughout our trip in Iceland. Our guide Ole was funny, cool and very knowledgeable. Throughout the tour we got to go in 3 ice caves, we went on the morning trip and had the most perfect...More
We made the short hike back to this glacier independently (not on a tour). The contrast of the black soil against the glacier with the moss-covered surroundings was almost surreal. An easy trek to make on your own (with crampons/yaktrax).
Be prepared to pay for parking within the visitor's center upon arrival. You'll need your tag number, so take it in with you as to avoid returning to your vehicle. The walk to the glacier is 1.8 miles, but seems like less. The glacier itself...More
Wow if anyone doesn't believe in Global warming you need to witness the glaciers melting in front of your eyes. They are beautiful to view and sad to see at the same time. A definite must do when going to Iceland.
This enormous glacier stretches as far as you can see with fingers of it poking out of valleys. We had planned to walk on it, but heavy rain led to the tour being cancelled. Instead we went to the glacier bay where small icebergs float...More
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Hi! We went for a 2 hour tour of the ice cave suitable for beginners. it was slippery but not too long to walk to the caves. We went in March and the winds were extremely strong. This makes it even more slippery. They gave... More
Hi! We went for a 2 hour tour of the ice cave suitable for beginners. it was slippery but not too long to walk to the caves. We went in March and the winds were extremely strong. This makes it even more slippery. They gave us Crampons and maybe with an ice stick you can hold yourself up, but I would recommend to call the tour companies directly and explain your problem. They seemed very professional and will be honest with you. Maybe offer extra help. If it is a dream of you to be on top of a glacier, I would recommend the experience.