✅ Super jeep experience
✅ Amazing natural blue ice cave
✅ Vatnajökull glacier, the largest glacier in Europe.
✅ Expert glacier guides
✅ Small groups & personal service
✅ Fantastic photo opportunities
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Departures: 10:00 and 13:30
Available: From November to March
Duration: 2,5 hours
Minimum age: 6 years old
What you need to bring: Hiking boots, warm clothes (first layer), waterproof clothing (second layer), gloves and a hat.
Included: Certified glacier guide, small group (17 person max), ice cave equipment (helmet and crampons).
Come and experience the out-of-this-earth beauty of a crystal blue ice cave in winter on a Super Jeep. You’ll explore off-the-beaten-path spots on a glacier walk near Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Europe. Meet our friendly guides by Jökulsárlón parking lot, beside the famous glacier lagoon in the South Eastern region of Iceland. Take that one Instagram-worthy picture that you will show to everyone back home: you and the natural blue ice cave that welcomed you.
Never been on an ice cave excursion before? No worries! The certified glacier guides will keep you safe at all times before, during and after this expedition in search of the blue ice cave.
The tour begins when you meet your expert and friendly guides by the parking lot of Jökulsárlón. They will be waiting for you with a sign by our Super Jeep. After you have entered the vehicle, you’ll drive with your group up on the glacier. Make sure you bring comfortable pants, a warm sweater and a waterproof layer on top of it, in case it rains. Remember you are traveling in winter in Iceland!
The drive itself is exciting and bumpy! Your guide will make sure you feel safe at all times and learn absolutely everything there is to know about the area as you travel on our modified “Super Jeep”. Once you get to the home to the caves, you’ll take a short walk through the glacial landscape and learn about the world-famous Vatnajökull glacier and the surrounding areas, Game of Thrones locations and other productions that took place there.
Afterwards, your guide will show you how to put on the crampons that will be tied to your hiking boots and make it possible for you to walk on the ice. Ice caves are stunning natural phenomena and a must-see for anyone visiting Iceland during wintertime. Before you know it, you’ll be standing inside an ancient glacier that holds a natural blue ice cave with different shades of blue colors and formations.
The structure and condition of the ice caves vary greatly each season. Our guide decides which cave to visit every day depending on safety and weather conditions. Don’t worry, once there, you’ll have plenty of time to take that picture to frame and share with everyone back home. Moreover, you might be lucky enough and visit other formations such as ice tunnels and crevasses that are made out of blue ice. Don’t forget your camera! After happy memories are created, you’ll return happy and warm to continue your travels.