Skaftafell National Park

Price: $275.00
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Skaftafell National Park

Here's your chance to surround yourself in the natural beauty of Iceland's famous Skaftafell National Park. Throughout this remarkable place, you will come across a number of breathtaking attractions including glaciers, mountains, and local wildlife - all in one amazing park. Start planning your Reykjavik trip now!

This Reykjavik tour offers you the chance to explore certain parts on your own or embark on a guided hike. Regardless of which option you choose, you'll get to enjoy the park's various sights, including the largest ice cap in all of Europe: Vatnajokull. Although only half the ice cap is located within the park, you can take advantage of the incredible views it provides; you can see both the Laki volcano as well as Hvannadalshnjukur, the tallest mountain in Iceland. Hvannadalshnjukur reaches a height of almost 7,000 feet!

You will spend about four hours total in the park during this Reykjavik nature tour, which gives you plenty of time to capture photos and immerse yourself in the surrounding beauty. While here, make sure to swing by the renowned Svartifoss waterfall, which you can identify by the basalt columns around it. Experience the breathtaking scenery, rugged mountains, and beautiful glaciers and a variety of plants and wildlife on this Skaftafell National Park tour.

Shore Excursion Size
Shore Excursion Type
Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration
14 Hours 30 Minutes
Activity Level
Shore Excursion Leaves From
The Cruise Pier. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket)
Food/Beverage Provided
Not Included
Recommended Dress
Comfortable hiking boots and warm outdoor wear should be worn when traveling in Iceland during any season. Nature is the main attraction on many of the excursions and a short outdoor walk may be included to fully enjoy the tours. It is recommended that you dress in layers and bring rain gear.
Participants must be able to climb in and out of the coach.