✅ Glacier walk on Sólheimajökull glacier
✅ Explore all the features of the glacier such as water cauldrons, crevasses, ridges, and waterways, Learn about the Icelandic glaciers.
✅ Skógafoss waterfall
✅ Seljalandsfoss waterfall
✅ Traditional Icelandic dinner at a local restaurant
✅ Magical Northern Light search
✅ Pick-up and drop-off in Reykjavik
Departures: Every day at 12 pm from September 1st to April 15th
Duration: 11 – 12 hours
Pick-up: 11:30 – 11:50 am from Reykjavik
Minimum age: 10 years
Included: Transport, guiding service, glacier gear, safety equipment, traditional dinner, and dessert (drinks are not included)
Bring with you: Warm clothing, rain gear, hiking boots, and lunch
Price for Children (10-15): 16.950 ISK
The best combo tour available! On this amazing day tour, you will be guided through the labyrinth of a glacier tongue, visit the Skógasafn museum and have a delicious lamb soup dinner at a farm before a Northern Lights hunt – all in the same day.
This tour combines two amazing winter highlights in Iceland: a Glacier Walk and a search for the amazing Aurora Borealis. On the drive towards Mýrdalsjökull, Iceland´s fourth largest glacier, we pass two impressive waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss and Skógarfoss and of course the world-famous volcano, Eyjafjallajökull. On Sólheimajökull a safe and easy Glacier Walk on crampons will take you up on to the ice field where you will discover the different ice features, water cauldrons, crevasses, and waterways.
After the glacier, we stop at the Skógasafn museum, where you can see how the Icelanders lived in the past in small turf houses and learn the history of Icelandic inhabitants. We then head to a local farm for a delicious traditional Icelandic Meat dinner. As we head back to Reykjavík, we will drive into the night looking out for those magical Northern Lights.
Note: Boots and rain gear can be rented (boots 1.500 ISK, rain gear 1.000 ISK). Please contact us in advance for all rentals. Lunch can be purchased on the way.
*Please note that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon and therefore sightings cannot be guaranteed.