✅ Stunning natural ice cave
✅ Breathtaking views
✅ Small groups
✅ Only 2,5 hours from Reykjavik
✅ Ride on a 4×4 Super Jeep
✅ A knowledgeable & certified English speaking guide
✅ Departure from Vik
Departures: 09:30 / 13:00
Duration: 3 hours
Minimum age: No minimum age
Available: All year
Bring with you: Hiking boots, warm and waterproof clothing.
The meeting point is at the Soup Company parking lot in Vík (view on Google maps HERE).
We will see you at the meeting point 20 minutes before departure time. Please note that if you arrive after departure time, your place on the tour can’t be guaranteed or refunded.
Your guide will be waiting for you by our Super Jeep with a sign with the name of the tour.
Driving time to Vík from Reykjavík is around 2 hours and 30 minutes in good road conditions. If you arrive early, you can stay inside The Soup Company restaurant which offers free parking and has restrooms.
GPS: Latitude: 63.418628 – Longitude: -19.010277
Ice caves are a dynamic natural phenomena only accessible during wintertime when temperatures drop. Each year new unique caves are formed in different areas of the glacier. We visit a naturally formed ice cave during this tour. The photos are from this winter season, but the cave and other formations we visit might have changed due to the nature of formations.
✅ Ride on a 4×4 Super Jeep
✅ Guided ice cave tour
✅ All Necessary equipment (crampon & helmet)
✅ English speaking certified glacier guide
✅ Free parking
❌ Hiking boots
❌ Rain gear
❌ Warm clothing
Hop on our Super Jeep, put on your crampons and explore the mighty South Coast and Myrdalsjokull glacier. In this off-the-beaten-path tour to a natural ice cave underneath Katla volcano, you’ll admire the lunar surroundings, moss-covered mountains, and glaciers the South Coast of Iceland is so well known for.
After being picked up from Vík, we’ll take you on the road of “no man” that will take you to the mysterious cave. The road is bumpy and views are out-of-this-planet. You’ll feel like you are taking a sneak peek into the highlands are you see yourself surrounded by mountains covered in moss.
The ice cave is located in Kötlujökull Glacier which is an outlet glacier of Mýrdalsjökull glacier. Underneath awaits the mighty volcano Katla, that names both the glacier and the ice cave.
Once you arrive at the glacier, your guide will hand you all the necessary ice cave equipment and go over a safety briefing and facts about glaciers and ice caves. You’ll have to walk up some stairs before you enter the famous cave of “dragon glass”.
The view inside the Ice Cave is truly spectacular the combination of the colors of the ice we don’t think are possible in nature, which is why this cave is also known as the “Dragon Ice Cave” because of Game of Thrones… Prepare to be amazed!
Don’t wait until the glaciers and ice caves melt away.