Jokulsarlon,

Jokulsarlon
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Reykjavík - Jokulsarlon
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On the route from Reykjavík to Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon some of Iceland´s finest natural wonders are to be found and is Skaftafell national park one of the highlights. En route you will be able to see the highest mountain in Iceland,Hvannadalshnjúkur 2110 m.

Jökulsarlón is a glacial lagoon, formed by melting ice from Breiđamerkurjökull glacier. On the way back to Skaftafell it is interesting to look at the landscape beneath the glaciers – the coast is mainly black, volcanic sands and grit.

Short boat trip is available around the lagoon, there is ample time before the bus leaves.

The stop by Jökulsárlón is approx. 2 hours.

Included
Pick up at hotels and guesthouses 30 minutes prior to departure. Drop off after day tours may sometimes not be right in front of your hotel/guesthouse due to narrow streets and actual coach size used during the tour.

Ikr. 17.900.-

Online booking only:
Limited seat capacity.

From Hvergerdi:  Ikr.
From Selfoss:  Ikr.
From Hella/Hvolsvollur: Ikr
From Vik: Ikr
From Klaustur: Ikr

Jokulsarlon with boat tour

Ikr. 21.600.-

Online booking only:
Limited seat capacity.

From Hvergerdi:  Ikr.
From Selfoss:  Ikr.
From Hella/Hvolsvollur: Ikr
From Vik: Ikr
From Klaustur: Ikr

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