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Into the glacier offers various tours to the Iceland‘s most significant new attraction, the man – made ice cave. The ice tunnel and the caves are located high on Europe‘s second largest glacier, Langjokull. You will get an amazing opportunity to...more
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Great attraction, from the journey up to the tunnel entrance via a.converted ex UN missile carrier to the extensive tunnel through the glacier. An absolutely unique experience. Guides spoke great English and were very informative without being too technical. Top is you don't have to...More
We were staying at the Husafell Hotel - luckily where the glacier tour started, which made it easier for us than for most people who traveled from Reykjavik. The staff was helpful - and gave us important show covers, to protect our shoes & boots...More
Fantastic experience led by very knowledgable staff who wanted you to have an insightful and good trip. Saw so many beautiful aspects of a glacier I never expected to see. I can’t recommed this experience high enough
The drive to and from the ice cave was informative and interesting. The cave itself was not much to see and not entirely worth the 2 hours in the bus to get to and from the top of the glacier. Also, the guides separated part...More
Date of experience: January 2019
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Discover802457, General Manager at Into The Glacier, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Good day Nichole
Thank you for taking the time to write your review. It is unfortunate that you feel the trip to the tunnel was not worth it and we will take that into account now as we keep on improving the tunnel. The tunnel...More
Wow, best describes the entire experience of monster trucking on a huge scale to get the opportunity to walk deep into a glacier.
The crew and your safety were most definitely present throughout the tour.
Crew also gives you a once over to make sure...More
We booked this trip via our tour operator. We arrived at the meeting point and were offered cold weather suits and boots for those not prepared. The drive up in a converted 8 wheel drive military vehicle was entertaining. We stopped at the base camp...More
This is an amazing, breathtaking experience - being inside of huge, cold and old glacier!
One of the must visit places in Iceland!
It is not cheap and not very close to Reykjavik but worth of your time and money.
I had a private guide...More
Strongly recommend this trip, it was quite breath-taking.
From Hotel Husafell we got into a monster truck for the journey (via Klaki base camp) to the glacier entrance. I can't remember her name but on the journey our guide was very informative and great fun....More
Response from Globetrotter045 | Reviewed this property |
No special clothing needed. You need clothes to keep you warm, gloves, maybe a knitted hat because it is 0° Celsius inside. Hiking boots or shoes which have a good grip. If you don't have that, you can get hiking boots at... More
No special clothing needed. You need clothes to keep you warm, gloves, maybe a knitted hat because it is 0° Celsius inside. Hiking boots or shoes which have a good grip. If you don't have that, you can get hiking boots at their office in Husafell. And when you enter the cave, you will receive crampons to put over your shoes. It is very easy walking in the ice cave. Okay for kids and elderly people too.
Into the Glacier (Langjökull Ice Cave) Tours (2 Replies)
I'm thinking about going to see the Langjökull Ice Cave from Reykjavik. It seems the most doable ice cave as a day trip. I was more hoping for Jökulsárlón ice cave but it's too far to do in a day. I've been looking at the different tour options by different tour providers that pick up from Reykjavik. They all seem to be about the same price and include almost the same things. The differences seem to be the pick-up time (some will start/end earlier than others) and maybe one sight (some say...More
January 02, 2017|
Thanks! I'd rather do a bus tour as it's cheaper than the super jeeps. I will check these out though just in case.
Prague, Czech Republic
Into the Volcano vs. Into the Glacier (4 Replies)
My wife and I will be in Iceland in May 2016. If we could only do one of these, which would you recommend? Thanks.
November 30, 2015|
Did both and all 4 of us would vote for the volcano by al HUGE margin. The Glacier is cool but really just a bunch of pretty ice. There are other options for that. Inside the volcano is stunningly beautiful. Be aware you need to be able to hike over rough terrain for about 45 min each way and then a 5 min moderately steep incline after a rest at base camp.
Help me choose between these tours (10 Replies)
Doing a 12 day Ring Road Trip in July that is already full of activities, but looking to possible add a couple of more ( I realize all of these will be done on different days, not looking to fill a specific day) Here are my options: 1. Ice Cave under the Katla Volcano from Vik 2. Into the Glacier from Husafell 3. Glacier Kayaking in the HEINABERGSLÓN lagoon 4. Glacier Snowmobiling from GullFoss 5. Whale Watching by rib boat from Husavik For reference here are the other...More
June 15, 2018|
Response fromKim T|
Personally I would do the ice cave from Vík, the kayak tour and a 2h RIB boat tour around the Westman Islands, if you can fit them into your plans.