Glaciers, Wild Bathing and Hikes
In Iceland, the winter nights come alive with the aurora borealis and the summer sun never sets. It's a wild, untamed place where the ground beneath your feet is truly alive. Venture forth to explore the raw power of Icelandic nature and all it offers those brave enough to face it. The Grapevine travel team has selected its top nature experiences so we know the tours below will blow you away.
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Hiking to the Reykjadalur hot springs
Located just 40 minutes south of Reykjavík, Reykjadalur is an easy hike that nonetheless shows off many of the Icelandic landscape’s unique characteristics.
Jökulsárlón (Glacier Lagoon) sightseeing tour
Enjoy the calm waters of the Glacier Lagoon, one of Iceland’s most beautiful locations and its worst kept secret.
Ice cave tour in Katla
Join us for a Glacier adventure at Myrdalsjokull including an adventure into an ice cave.
Fontana And The Hot Springs Of Laugarvatn
Geothermal Fontana Spa at the shores of Lake Laugarvatn in Iceland. Naturally heated water comes straight from local natural springs.