Explore the mystic countryside of northern Iceland with this private 6-hour tour. Your expedition begins with a stop at Godafoss Waterfall in the river Skjalfandafljot. This stunning, horseshoe-shaped waterfall is about 100m wide and played a crucial part in Icelandic history in 1,000 AD when the formerly heathen country embraced Christianity, the then-leader threw his Norse gods into the waterfall as a symbolic act of the conversion.
Grab a photo or two then head to the beautiful waters of Lake Myvatn. This shallow lake is ringed by volcanic landforms and its surrounding wetlands are a favorite home of many species of ducks.
See the pseudocraters of Skutustadagigar then make your way to the enchanted area of Dimmuborgir (Dark Cities). Walk between pillars of lava and along the trails through various volcanic rock formations. At Grjotagjia Rift you can descend into the cave and dip your foot into the warm, underground river.
Head to the otherworldly geothermal area of Hverir and capture photos of boiling mud pools, sulphur pits and fumaroles. Look up to see beautiful Mt. Namafjall in the nearby foothills.
Book this tour now for a chance to see the natural wonders of northern Iceland.
Please Note: This tour is available from May to October. One collapsible wheelchair/walker allowed on the tours however mobility-impaired guests must have a companion to assist. Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase.