A trip into Ice Caves is an incredible experience. The temperature is always at zero degrees and the shape of the tunnels makes for some very interesting auditory effects. During the summer many natural ice caves are not accessible but the man made ice cave "Into the glacier" is accessible all year round.
There are two types of ice caves in Iceland. The man-made ones are drilled into the glacier near the top of the ice and are operating all-year round. The natural ones are only available in the winter since they can’t be accessed when the ice starts to melt. We have both types of tours available here both as part of a package and on their own.
Whether you are in a hotel, guesthouse or even an airBnB there are thirteen centrally located pick up points across the downtown area of Reykjavik that will act as the starting point for your Icelandic adventures.
We took a day trip to the top of Svínafellsjökull glacier, in Skaftafell National Park located in the of south Iceland. Besides walking on the glacier and trying out some ice climbing, we got an unexpected surprise.