Natural ice caves under a glacier vary in shape and size, and are of breathtaking beauty. In Iceland, ice caves are accessible between November and March and until April sometimes.
More than 10% of Iceland is covered with glaciers, enough to discover sumptuous scenery. One way to explore these glaciers is to do an adventure activity such as snowmobiling, hiking or climbing on these glaciers.
You can then discover one of the largest glaciers in Europe, Vatnajökull, which is as big as Corsica but also the glacial lake of Jökulsárlón, both located in southern Iceland
Reykjavik has the honour of being the northernmost city in the world and for many travellers, it is also the first step towards wilderness that promises beautiful adventures. Reykjavík has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment for all ages. Its proximity to nature makes it an ideal destination for outdoor activities. Iceland’s 1000 years of history and culture can be explored in the city’s many museums.
Embodying the spirit of adventurous travel and cool Nordic design that lives on its twin property Ion Adventure Hotel. Located in the heart of Reykjavik, Ion City is located in an elegantly renovated building that retains its original architectural beauty while being complemented by exterior walls with a pattern inspired by traditional Icelandic weaving. A stay in Ion City also includes a local cuisine, a bar for the premises, a gym and a private dining room.
Fiskmarkadurinn is a high-end seafood restaurant, located in one of the oldest buildings in central Reykjavik. An innovative and exciting menu has been designed, where fresh fish and seasonal meat are prepared in a contemporary style. Fish Market aims to provide quality local fish. Meat and sweet dishes have an Asian influence, while using only the freshest ingredients from Iceland.
Enjoy a moment of relaxation in the magical setting of the Blue Lagoon spa, in the heart of Iceland’s volcanoes. Turquoise pools, hot springs, mineral treatments and spectacular landscapes, the Blue Lagoon has become a must during your stay in Iceland.
You will have the opportunity to put on crampons, harnesses and helmets, your guide will show you all the magic of glaciers. A lunch break will be made on the ice, in an extraordinary setting. On the way you can stop near the beautiful Skogafoss waterfalls.
Application 112 Iceland allows you to call for help by pressing the emergency button. Your position will be sent by SMS to the 112 response centre.
This Icelandic weather application offers you the best radar maps, local forecasts and the latest information.