SRE111 - 07:30
One of Iceland’s most powerful volcanoes, Katla, lies dormant beneath the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. This tour takes you right to the foot of the glacier, a place virtually untouched by man, surrounded by magnificent landscapes and awe-inspiring colours. We visit Dyrhólaey and Reynisdrangar, two of Iceland’s most-photographed and picturesque sites, and the Katla exhibition in Vík with its raised-relief map of Mýrdalsjökull, before heading into the Mýrdalssandur desert, ending at a stunning waterfall that emerges from the ice at the foot of the glacier. We also visit a mountain hut that is reputed to be haunted, and the Hjörleifshöfði plateau mountain, an area immortalized in countless films, TV ads and music videos.
Bus fare, guided tour, approx. 5,5-hour super jeep tour & admission to the Katla exhibition. Pick up is at hotels & guesthouses 30 minutes before departure.