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We had the best weather, we were very lucky to be able to see the Nothern lights in weeks before and days after. Nothing was cancelled for us due to bad weather, and our guide made sure this happened as he pushed us all to see everything on time and some things ahead of schedule. The hotels we stayed on, where nice, no issues and the tours and buses where always on time. The people are always helpful eventhough not all very friendly, but you get used to their moods as they are not rude. I recommend this tour 100%, is full of amazing natural sites and the guides make it full with very interesting notes.
Guide to Iceland is awesome. The level of customer service was great. Everyone was professional and courteous,. All of my hotels were great! The rental car was exceptional. The itinerary and the descriptions about attractions that I could see during each day's journey were well written and helpful.
Iceland has a truly unique and fascinating geological history which is very much still alive and evolving. This is perfectly exemplified by the fact that you can stand inside a dormant volcano. What better way to experience this raw dynamism than to delve that little deeper and explore the country's caves?
While travellers will want to prioritise seeing the sights on the South Coast and Golden Circle, including Gullfoss waterfall and Thingvellir National Park. However, exploring a lava tube in Iceland has to be among one of the most unique experiences you will have in your lifetime.
Given Iceland’s volcanic natural landscape there are many lava caves and lava tubes you can explore all over the country. However, be prepared to get your knees dirty and be sure to wear the helmet you will be provided with.
One of the most epic adventures you could hope to take while travelling in Iceland is the descent into Þríhnúkagígur magma chamber. Situated in the Blue Mountains, this impressive dormant volcanic dome is truly remarkable and large enough to fit Iceland’s iconic Hallgrímskirkja church.
Caving tours are tailored to the novice and the experienced, so even if you have never stepped foot in a cave, you can join day tours and be expertly guided through some of the most dramatic and enigmatic natural phenomena hiding beneath one of Iceland’s many lava fields.
Under normal circumstances, when a volcano ceases to be active, the magma chamber cools and solidifies. In this case, however, the magma drained away leaving this magnificent and rare feature behind.
You will not be able to resist the feeling of awe as you stand inside a brilliant geological structure as it creaks with the strain of its ancient journey.