LANDMANNALAUGAR- 1 DAY TRIP BY BUS
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Information about the day trip to Landmannalaugar by bus
During this day tour, you will enjoy the geological wonders that await you in the interior of Iceland, such as the pearl of Icelandic nature, the red mountains of Landmannalaugar. We will pick you up at your Reykjavík hotel and take you to the beautiful Þjórsárdalur valley, where we will visit the Hjálparfoss waterfall. Hjálparfoss means "the waterfall of help". And it is that thanks to this waterfall that the inhabitants of this valley survived when the Hekla volcano erupted and covered the surrounding area in lava. Next, we will proceed through the interior of Iceland towards Landmannalaugar.
Landmannalaugar is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful regions in all of Iceland. The rhyolite mountains create a fascinating world of extraordinary colors and hot springs where you can bathe in the middle of nature. In Landmannalaugar, we will take a 1-2 hour walk with a guide, then relax with a bath in the hot springs. On the way back, we will pass by the famous Hekla volcano, "The Entrance to Hell", which had the last eruption in 2000. Return to Reykjavík and transfer to your hotel in the capital.
DETAILS FOR THE DAY TRIP AND HIKE TO LANDMANNALAUGAR BY BUS
What do I need to bring?
It is important to bring a good waterproof jacket, trekking clothes (waterproof pants like Gore-tex), good trekking shoes, gloves, light hat, sunglasses, sun cream, camera, water bottle and lunch. Do not forget to bring your swimsuit and towel to enjoy a geothermal bath in the hot springs of Landmannalaugar.
Important Note: All activities in Icelandic nature are carried out at the clients own responsibility and own risk. ICELAND s.r.o. is not responsible for the possible accidents that the participants may suffer during the activities or due to their actions. People who participate in these departures are accepting these conditions when booking the excursion. They may be required to sign an exemption before they are made, stating that they are aware that all outdoor activity carries an inherent risk. CODE: AH, ID802