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Skaftafell Blue Ice Cave

Glacier Hike to the magnificent Blue Ice Cave & explore moulins.

LocationSkaftafell
Duration4 Hours
TransportationNot Included
DifficultyMedium
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Ice Caves in Iceland

Ice caves are a fascinating and beautiful part of Iceland. They are easily accessible and make for a wonderful visit. The feeling of being inside an ice cave is indescribable. The beauty of the ice and the stalactites and stalagmites make for an amazing experience. Iceland is known for its natural beauty, so an ice cave is a perfect complement to your trip.

Katla Volcano Ice Cave

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Crystal Blue Ice Cave

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Skaftafell Blue Ice Cave

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Super Jeep

Explore ICELANDIC WILDERNESS

FREE
Small Group

Few people on every tour for maximum comfort

FREE
English Speaking Guide

Learn about ICELAND

FREE
Glacier Equipment

ALL necessary Glacier Equipment will be provided

FREE

Katla Ice Cave

Katla ice cave is one of the most famous and visited ice caves in Iceland. Its location is very easily accessible. The tours to the Ice Cave either start in Reykjavik or in the town Vík. It is quite a large cave and has several beautiful sights and formations to explore. To get there, you'll take a ride into the highlands on our 4x4 Super Jeep as you admire the majestic mountains and fields of moss. You will explore the mighty Dragon Glass caves of ash and ice. A visit to Katla ice cave makes for an unforgettable trip!

Our 4x4 super jeeps are specially adapted for rough terrain and they can take you safely to some of the best sites in Iceland where you can marvel at the amazing scenery and breathtaking vistas.

Crystal Blue Ice Cave

Another famous ice cave in Iceland is the Crystal Blue Ice Cave located near the fascinating Jökulsárlón, which is located on the famous Ring Road in Iceland. This is one of the most spectacular ice caves in Iceland and certainly not to be missed when visiting the country. From Jökulsárlón you will travel with a 4x4 Super Jeep up the valley. From there you will take an easy walk to the ice cave. Once at the ice cave, your knowledgeable tour guide will show you around the amazing ice structures inside. If you are lucky, you may even get to witness the impressive blue glow of the natural sunlight as it beams through the crystal clear ice into the cave. It is truly a sight to behold and one that you will never forget!

Skaftafell Blue Ice Cave

Another beautiful ice cave in Iceland is the Skaftafell Blue Ice Cave located near the breathtakingly beautiful Skaftafell National Park on the South Coast of Iceland. This is one of the most popular attractions in the Skaftafell area and offers great photo opportunities as well as a spectacular experience for visitors of all ages. You will be taken on a scenic journey up close to the glacier and then your guide will take you on a short hike through a magical landscape of glistening ice and snow to reach the entrance of the cave. Once inside, you will see a variety of stunning ice sculptures including glacial horns, frozen waterfalls, and beautiful blue light filtering through from above.

All of these amazing ice caves can be visited by anyone on a guided day trip from Reykjavik and guided tours include an experienced local guide who will ensure that you have a great time and provide interesting information about the ice caves and other attractions in the area. If you are already there, all of those trips can also be booked without the drive. When booking a tour to an ice cave, all necessary gear and equipment will be provided for you. The tours are easy and hassle-free. These tours are a great way to see the best that Iceland has to offer and make your holiday truly memorable.

Best Ice Caves in Iceland

TOP 1. Katla Ice Cave - available all year round

TOP 2. Crystal Blue Ice Cave - available only in winter

TOP 3. Skaftafell Blue Ice Cave - available only in winter

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