My Own South Coast Volcano Adventure

Hvalfjörður fjord & surrounding mountains

Deildartunguhver (Europe´s largest hot spring)

Barnafossar waterfalls

Húsafell

Lava Caving optional - price is 7.900.- isk per pers

Ice tunnel visit is optional – price is 24.900.- isk per pers

Shake hands with trolls

Secret spots & hidden places

Icelandic lamb stew served out in the nature

Tasting of local dishes such as smoked char, shark & dried fish

Tour description

We take you through the historic sites of Icelandic whale hunting in the Hvalfjörður fjord, and follow the path of the trolls in the Borgarfjörður region where you will get up close and personal with the fabled creatures. We visit Europe’s largest hot spring, Deildartunguhver, and the Barnafossar waterfall where the glacial meltwater seeps out of the surrounding lava fields. On this trip, you will also learn about the many alcoholic products that are produced in this region.

Ice tunnel visit is optional
Lava underground tunnel visit is optional

For private tours, pick up is at your desired time
Duration of the trip is 8-10 hours
Vehicle is a 4×4 Superjeep with monster tires & driving guide

This amazing journey can also be included in a multi-day trip

We will prepare a supreme Farmers Passion for you to enjoy in the nature, true Icelandic delights to play with your taste buds. Please ask for further information.

Private tour from 167.500 ISK

Highlights

  • Hvalfjörður fjord & surrounding mountains
  • Deildartunguhver (Europe´s largest hot spring)
  • Barnafossar waterfalls
  • Húsafell
  • Lava Caving optional – price is 7.900.- isk per pers
  • Ice tunnel visit is optional – price is 24.900.- isk per pers
  • Shake hands with trolls
  • Secret spots & hidden places
  • Icelandic lamb stew served out in the nature
  • Tasting of local dishes such as smoked char, shark & dried fish
  • Photography service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 220 voltage to charge phones, cameras, computers
Duration:

8-10 hrs

Starting time:

09:00

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