This extraordinary ice cave tour takes you inside Langjokull glacier to experience one of the most amazing ice cave in Iceland.
Walk hundreds of meters inside a glacier into the largest man-made ice cave tunnel in the world!
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Guided ice cave tour
4-5 hour in winter, 2-3 hours in summer
If you don’t have a rental car, you can also join this tour from Reykjavik. Just make sure to select the right tab in the booking engine.
Ride in our specially modified glacier trucks and bear witness to global warming, from the inside out. There is nothing quite like Into the glacier on a world scale, although there are a few man-made ice caves out there. Never before has anybody been able to see the blue ice in the heart of an ice cap glacier.
Daily departures from Klaki base camp, by the glacier edge.
Shuttle service available from Husafell, upon request only.
Please arrive at the base camp no later than 15 minutes prior to your tour departure.
Daily departures from Husafell geothermal swimming pool.
Please arrive at the geothermal pool, no later than 30 minutes prior to your tour departure. The shuttle will leave promptly and will not wait for late arrivals.
The total duration of the tour may vary, according to weather and road conditions.
Would you rather visit a natural ice cave (winter only)? Then check this out:
Jeans are not suitable clothing; it is very cold inside the glacier, even on warm summer days.
Please give yourself at least 2,5 hours to drive from Reykjavík to Húsafell.
PLEASE NOTE: Kaldidalur road is a highland road, only accessible in summer. Rental cars are most often not allowed on this road. Check this before you choose your route.
You can expect any kind of weather in Iceland, and your caving tour might be canceled with short notice due to weather. Your safety is our number one priority!
MANDATORY: WARM CLOTHING – even in summer, don´t forget it’s a glacier!
Recommended clothing and equipment:
Waterproof shoes and warm socks. Because cold toes just take away all the fun!
Base and mid layer clothing.
Waterproof and warm coat.
Hat & gloves.
Sunglasses – the glacier reflects high amounts of sunlight