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Living the dream!
The ice cave was the most important part of my trip and it has not been up to my expectation with Local Guides.
The short drive with the jeep was super fun, and the guide informative and friendly!
Loved to be inside the ice cave and I wish I can go back to see the other one too.
Our guide explained so many things to us that we would have never known. He was friendly and had a great sense of humor. It is a must to get out there and see as much of this country as possible.
Nancy M ☺☺☺☺☺
Keflavik private tour
My son and I had a short time in Keflavik and Einar was our guide. He took us to where we wanted and was very informative. He also has a good sense of humour. Thanks again for the tour.
Eyjafjallajökull is an ice capped caldera of a volcano famous for its eruption in the spring of 2010 which stopped air traffic in most of Europe. About 500 farmers and their families had to be evacuated overnight from their homes and the area was closed off as it was a risk zone. Several fissures and lava craters had opened up with lava eventually starting to flow down into Hrunagil and Hvannárgil canyon in an impressive 100 m high lava fall.
Strokkur is an active geyser that erupts approximately every 6-8 minutes, approximately 30 meters. Every day a crowd of people is gathered on one side of Strokkur as if there is some wind, the water usually blows to the other side, waiting for the best photo opportunity.
At 20.45 (8,45 p.m.) on Friday evening March 19th. 2021 an eruption started in a mountain area north east of the town Grindavik. This area is close to the mountain Fagradalsfjall and the valley´s name is Geldingadalur. When it comes