- Day trip from Reykjavik to Iceland's underground caves and craters
- See the lava formations and amazing colors as you enter the caves
- Marvel at the stalactites and rock formations
- Caving gear (helmet, headlight, coveralls and gloves) included
- Hotel pickup included
Recent Photos of this Tour
Caving in Iceland: Anxious ...Photo by: Georgeanne WUSA, 06 2010
Caving in IcelandPhoto by: Julian RVenezuela, 09 2007
iceland 1Photo by: eldeedee09 2012
Entereing the cavePhoto by: Georgeanne WUSA, 06 2010
Getting to the endPhoto by: Georgeanne WUSA, 06 2010
Our summer in IcelandPhoto by: Julian RVenezuela, 09 2007
As you enter the caves through a narrow entrance, you will be struck by an extraordinary scene of colors and lava formations. These beautiful natural phenomenons were created when surface lava hardened and the fluid lava continued to flow in tubes underneath.
You will also see natural stalactites and many rock formations.
Respect for nature is the main concern, as is safety of travelers. There are no rails, lights or structures to rely on. The tour is suitable for those who are confident walking on coarse surfaces.
Reviewed by Helen W, April 2013
I really loved this tour the guide was amazing letting you know all about the surrounding area and the cave itself. This was not the most stunning cave I have ever seen but it did not distract from the fun of getting dressed up in bright orange jumpsuits and hard hats and climbing through very small places. This tour would only have been better if they also supplied knee pad as I came out covered in bruises (being tall didnt help).
Reviewed by eldeedee, September 2012
This turned out to be one of our favorite tours during our recent stay! However, everyone should be fully aware of what this entails. We read other reviews and thought there would be a LITTLE crawling on all fours........but there was A LOT! In fact bring knee pads if you have them. It was very dark and wet and part of what we liked is that we were scared we wouldn't make it through the small crawl spaces. But our tour guide was great and always encouraged us. This was definitely a "once in a lifetime" adventure.