Can you pronounce Eyjafjallajökull?

From Reykjavík we take the road east towards the volcano of Eyjafjallajökull. There we turn inland in the direction of Þórsmörk and head all the way up to Gígjökull, an outlet glacier that falls down from the Eyjafjallajökull crater. Here we see the impact of the 2010 eruption. Continuing east we reach Sólheimajökull glacier where we go for a Blue Ice Glacier Walk. On the glacier you will discover all kinds of ice formations and the different colors of the glacier ice.

On the way back we visit the impressive waterfalls Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss where the brave ones can venture behind the cascading water!

Tour duration: 08:30 - 19:30

47.900 ISK Children 9 years and younger are not permitted on this tour

Tour availability

All year 1 JAN 31 DEC

Available days:

  • Mon
  • Tue
  • Thu
  • Sun

Tour details

Duration: 11 hours

Departures:
08:30

Tour ID: ILR12W

Guidance:  English

Additional information:
Remember to bring warm clothing, rain gear & hiking shoes.
Children 7 years and younger are not permitted on this tour.

What's included

  • Guided super jeep tour
  • 1.5 hour guided glacier walk
  • Ice hiking gear
  • Safety equipment
  • Pick up is operated by Iceland Rovers & starts at 08:00.

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What people are saying

Tour ratings:

97% Based on 31 reviews
  • $rating.author

    “walked a lot”

    5.0 stars on  Mar. 16 2015

    So much information and amazing views learnt a lot about the area, very easy to book, pick up and drop off in good central location and good value for money, very informative guide. more

  • $rating.author

    “This is a must!”

    5.0 stars on  Jan. 21 2016

    This was so much fun! We were picked up by Stefán in his Land Rover Defender and headed to a convenience store for sandwiches and snacks to sustain us on our adventure. more

  • $rating.author

    “Volcano and Icewalk”

    5.0 stars on  Jun. 09 2016

    Loved it!! I was lucky with a beautiful clear sunny day; had incredible views from the top of the crater of Eyjafjallajokull volcano and as the glacier walk was first we were able to see the sunrise coming up as we were on the Solheimajokull glacier. more