How to enjoy your day trip directly from Reykjavik?
Start by discovering the hidden realm of the lava field below the Thingvellir National Park. Taking a trip in a cave and exploring the wonders that volcanic activity has generated before is an adventure which everyone could carry out. The Gjabakkahellir cave is one best example of an Icelandic lava tube and is located at one of the most active volcanoes around the world. After your cave experience, you can dine on a packed lunch before moving on to the next spot.
Your next adventure is snorkeling in the Silfra. The Silfra fissure is actually one of Iceland’s well-kept secrets, an ethereal phenomenon internationally-known for its divine shades of the bluest of blues. The vivid waters within the deep fissure makes you experience that feeling of weightless as you begin to float down along with the languid current. The snorkeling experience itself is a tranquil and comforting yet striking trip in an environment that most people can only come across in their dreams.
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Even though you don’t need to swim when you go snorkeling, it’s still highly recommended that you can. The reason being is people that can’t swim have a tendency to panic when they’re already in the water.
Here are a few things you might like to see and do in Iceland:
If you see something you like just add it to your backpack and we will help you put togeather a real Iceland adventure.
Contact us for a great day trip to Iceland. We custom-design itineraries for individuals, small groups and travel agencies and create experiences based on your specific time frame, interests and budget. We can also assist you with event planning and the provision of equipment for various activities such as parties/receptions etc., as well as other pursuits and activities