Ice Cave Discovery

Iceland

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This is an early season chance to visit one of the stunning blue ice caves that starts to form in the summer months in the outlet glaciers of the biggest glacier in Iceland. This is an incredible experience that many people won´t have in their lifetime and we are excited to take you to this ice cave. It is more difficult to access and more adventurous then on our normal ice cave tour so we can only take max 8-9 clients per guide on this departure.

Details

Duration: 1 Days
Starts in: Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
Ends in: Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
Group Size: 1-9
Difficulty: 1/5

Operated by:

Local Guide

Local Guide is a small family run glacier guiding company that has been operating in South East Iceland since 1991.

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This is an early season chance to visit one of the stunning blue ice caves that starts to form in the summer months in the outlet glaciers of the biggest glacier in Iceland. This is an incredible experience that many people won't have in their lifetime and we are excited to take you to this ice cave. It is more difficult to access and more adventurous then on our normal ice cave tour so we can only take max 8-9 clients per guide on this departure.

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