Lower Prices than Cruise Lines. Higher Quality, Smaller Tours. Money Back Guarantee. 24/7 Traveler Hotline. 19,780+ Customer Reviews. Guaranteed Return to Ship.19,780+ Customer Reviews

Geothermal Helicopter Tour

Price: $810.00
Geothermal Helicopter Tour
Choose Your Options View My Cruise Itinerary
Tour Departure Date:
Tour Departure Time:
Number of Individuals:
Weight of Individual(s) (lbs)*:?
Example: 245, 195, 130, 95
Tour Details
Tour Details

Geothermal Helicopter Tour

This epic adventure in the Golden Circle's geothermal areas first flies you above the hot springs and power plants in Hellisheidi, then lands in a secluded area on the Hengill volcano. Thereafter, you'll fly above the city of Reykjavik for amazing vantage points. This spectacular adventure is ideal for the traveler demanding a unique perspective of Iceland.

Your certified pilot will first fly toward the picturesque Hellisheidi (a town famed for its hot springs and delicate flowers). When your pilot flies above the hot, bubbling water flowing down the rugged slopes of the Hellisheidi mountain range, you'll clearly see why locals call this "Steam Valley." Reykjavik loosely translates to "Bay of Smoke," due to the continental rift separating America and Europe, which produces tectonic plate activity responsible for its volcanic eruptions.

Then you'll touch down at a secluded area on the Hengill volcano. While its last eruption occurred nearly 2,000 years ago, it's a vital energy source today, fueling the Nesjavellir power station. The returning flight offers stellar views of the bustling city of Reykjavik. Reserve your seat for an exhilarating and informative journey on this Reykjavik tour.

Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Shore Excursion Duration
1 Hour
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
An approximately 15 minute taxi ride (not included, approximately 3100 ISK, or about $25 US, each way) from the pier. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage Provided
Not Included
Recommended Dress
We recommend wearing warm, layered clothing, and closed-toed, flat-soled walking shoes suitable for uneven, rocky terrain. In winter, a hat, scarf, gloves, and hiking shoes are strongly recommended.
Persons weighing more than 120 kilograms (approximately 330 pounds) must pay an additional fee to reserve adequate space onboard the helicopter. This tour can accommodate wheelchairs. While the wheelchairs cannot fit on the helicopters, they can be stored in secure facilities.
Be First To Review This Tour