Crystal Blue Ice Cave - Vatnajökull Glacier
RESERVE YOUR ADVENTURE TO EXPLORE A CRYSTAL BLUE ICE CAVE ON VATNAJOKULL GLACIER:
ITINERARY ICE CAVE - Vatnajökull Glacier:
This excursion leaves every day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon (check the reservations panel) from the Jökulsárlón cafe, in the famous glacier lagoon. The guide will welcome you in a perfectly equipped super jeep, gassed up for the excursion and we will set off for the glacier tongue Breiðamerkurjökull. Along the way, the guide will explain how the ice caves are formed and, once there, we will adjust the helmet and the crampons so that you can set out across the glacier without any problem.
The cave is only about a 5-10 minute away. Inside, you will have all the time you need to explore this natural phenomenon. You can admire the intense blue of the ice and ask all the questions that come to mind. Surely, you will have a memorable experience.
DETAILS for the CRYSTAL BLUE ICE CAVE ADVENTURE TOUR:
More information about the excursion to the Crystal Blue Ice Cave:
Important note: Sometimes it is not possible to access the cave due to the climate. If the rain has been intense the days before the trip, the cave may be full of water, which will have to be cleared before entering. If this happens, other cave-like formations such as glacial arches will be explored. Your guide will bring you as close to the entrance of the crystal blue ice cave as possible and walk around the area to create, in the same way, a memorable adventure. This refers to all glacier caves (natural) in Iceland. These excursions are subject to weather conditions. They can be canceled at any time for security reasons.
Important note: All activities in the Icelandic nature are carried out under the own responsibility of the clients. ISLANDICA s.r.o. is not responsible for any accidents that may occur during the activities or due to the actions of the participants. The people who participate in these outings are accepting these conditions when booking the excursion. IceEX, ID 684