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Our project of nature preservation and eco-friendly tours into Vigðelmir lava cave has ended. This page remains for data preservation. Vidgelmir lava cave is the largest of all caves in Iceland. The family in Fljotstunga farm has protected and taken...more
This is an interesting lava tube cave tour about an hour and forty five minutes north of Reykjavik. It's a little tricky to find, but GPS should get you there. We went there on Jan. 2, and the last section of the road was a...More
This was a very interesting place and cool experience but was really very dangerous. Only people with excellent balance and eyesight should even attempt this tour. The cave is wonderful but most people should not even attempt to visit.
This was a great way to explore a cave, respectfully, our guide was great and shared the history of the cave and recent findings, and answered all my probably annoying questions. make sure you're ok with climbing up and over slippery boulders before booking this....More
Really enjoyed this lava cave tour. Our guide on the tour was very professional and gave us lot of interesting information of the cave's history and it's preservation work. My favorite parts were the ice formations and the compete darkness of the cave. Can highly...More
It was rather difficult to find. We took the wrong detour but we realized soon enough.
The cave was very suggestive, The guide was very friendly and expert. The descent to the cave is a bit rough since you have to climb down on rock...More
We visited the Lava caves and it was a nice and interesting experience. It is not common to have those kind of caves in other countries and I think that it is worthy to visit it. Although it is not a long tour and you...More
Nathanial was our guide and he was excellent. He was knowledgeable and very professional. You have to climb down over sometimes unstable footings but not difficult. Luckily it wasn't raining as I imagine in the rain it could get quite slippery. The last 6km to...More
The tour takes you to a cave that is very impressive. There are not monster trucks involved, and no fancy equipment such as elevators, stairlifts, etc. Getting down to the cave can be just challenging enough to make it fun, but still keeping it all...More