Available: November - March
Duration: 4 - 5 hours in total. The duration of the tour depends on few things, how far we need to drive, how far we have to walk and how complicated the ice cave is to get to.
Difficulty: Easy / Moderate
Highlights: The most amazing ice cave we can find at the time, glacial landscapes
Departure times: 9:00am & 1:30pm / Flexible
Pickup information: Jokulsarlon parking lot, (optionally Skaftafell National Park)
What you get: Super jeep fare, Ice gear, and safety equipment
What to bring: Warm clothing, camera, rain gear, hiking boots, and lunch.
PRICE: From 18.000 isk
Disclaimer: all trips that are undertaken are the responsibility of the participants. Islandia4u does not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions.
A glacier cave is a cave formed within the ice of a glacier. Most glacier caves are started by water running through or under the glacier. This water often originates on the glacier’s surface through melting, entering the ice at a moulin and exiting at the glacier’s snout at base level.
Some glacier caves are formed b geothermal heat from volcanic vents or hotsprings beneath the ice.