After a pleasant bus journey to Husafell in West Iceland, you will board a special glacier vehicle and drive up the glacier to the entrance of the ice cave. There an expert guide will meet you and tell you some interesting facts about Iceland’s history.
On the way you will also discover the highest-flow hot springs of Europe at Deildartunguhver, as well as the cold blue water of Hraunfossar waterfall running down through lava fields.
On the way back (during summer) you will be taken back in time at Hvalfjörður where the British and Americans established a settlement during World War II. This stunning fjord also hosts an old whale factory, relic of the Icelandic whale hunting past.