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Classic Ice Cave Experience from Reykjavik with Live Guide and Touch-Screen Audio Guide

  • Visit Langjokull glacier with a live guide
  • Onboard tablet guide with 10 language options
  • Learn about the local impact of global climate change 
Classic Ice Cave Experience from Reykjavik with Live Guide and Touch-Screen Audio Guide
From US$238.27
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Classic Ice cave tour with hotel pick up in Reykjavík. Pick up is operated by smart bus and start at 07:15
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Ice Cave 7:45am
Classic Ice cave tour.
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Enhance your visit to one of Iceland’s most stunning ice caves by traveling in a luxury coach equipped with GPS-enabled, multi-language audio guides. You’ll get a chance to explore the glacier and man-made cave within it on this full-day tour from Reykjavik, and then choose between a visit to a famous waterfall or thermal pool. Plus, convenient pickup and drop-off from your hotel makes a seamless experience.
What to Expect
Get picked up from your central Reykjavik hotel and board a luxury coach equipped with computer tablet audio guides. Your live guide answers any questions you have as you drive out of the capital.

The first stop is Langjokull glacier, the second largest in Iceland. Board a modified glacier vehicle to reach the man-made tunnel and ice cave while you learn about the local impact of global climate change.

Travel deep into the glacier and admire the layers of blue ice. Learn how the glacier was formed and why it’s in perpetual motion.

Return topside and travel to Húsafell for lunch (own expense). Visit a thermal pool in the village, or Hraunfossar, a waterfall that appears to flow from a lava field.

Make the return journey to Reykjavik, and get dropped off at your hotel.
Reviews (46)
1 - 5 of 18 reviews
Reviewed 27 August 2018
Into the Glacier - It was so surreal

Would like to say that it was a great adventure and a wonderful trip. Our guide in the cave sang a song for us to hear the acoustic in the ice chapel. We loved the ravens Huginn and Muninn. Walking on and in a glacier...More

1  Thank Margarita S
Sara H, Sales coordinator at Reykjavik Sightseeing, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2018

Hi Margarita S It sounds like you had a fantastic day! It´s always a pleasure to hear back from our guests and we look forward to seeing you again in the future :-) Kind regards, The Reykjavik Sightseeing team

Reviewed 19 August 2018
Into the Glacier; very unique experience

One of our "adventure" highlights in Iceland. Give yourself 1/2 a day for this excursion and if you want to visit the inside of a Glacier, this is a well organized and fun way to do it. I was happy to see the sunlight on...More

5  Thank Thomas S
Sara H, Sales coordinator at Reykjavik Sightseeing, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2018

Hi Thomas S We appreciate you taking the time to share your experience. We are very happy to hear that you had a great time and hope to see you again in the future :-) All the best, The Reykjavik Sightseeing team

Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile
A fabulous adventure

This tour is worth every penny. Our tour also included a trip to the largest lava cave on Iceland. The tour guides were extremely knowledgeable and fun. The bus ride provides a great look of Iceland’s country side.

Thank Nancy D
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile
Snowmobile, Glacier & Waterfalls

For an extra AUD125, we chose to take a snowmobile ride up the glacier to the tunnel entrance. For such an expensive trip, we were disappointed to discover no refreshments were included in the price. Thankfully our amazing guide Siguvik took the initiative to take...More

1  Thank gailrosemond
Reviewed 19 June 2018
Fascinating Place

The company and guide who took us there were great. Good time of the year to see the Northern Lights too, only 5 house of daylight. Have been in May and December, try both times of the year, vastly different experiences.

Thank Angela M
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9 July 2018|
Response from Angela M | Reviewed this property |
I was there in December and the wind was bone chilling and nearly knocked me off my feet. So st that time of the year I’d advise against taking a little guy