Solheimajokull Glacier Hiking and Ice Climbing Day Tour from Reykjavik tours, activities, fun things to do in Iceland(Iceland)|VELTRA
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Solheimajokull Glacier Hiking and Ice Climbing Day Tour from Reykjavik
4.75
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What to expect

Journey to Iceland's South Coast to try ice climbing and glacier hiking with experienced guides. Visit the frozen glacial tongue that is Solheimajokull and its ever-changing frozen waters.

Reviews

Extremely smooth booking and logistics complement a fantastic adventure.

2019/06/13 Solo Travelers Angie

I booked this only 2 days in advance with the optional climbing boots add-on as I had only brought runners for my explorations around Europe. So I was nervous that everything would be registered and available in time. ...

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Once in a lifetime experience

2017/02/27 Solo Travelers Mon

Glacier hiking is one of the best things you can do in Iceland. This tour turned to be one of my favorite experiences in Iceland, perfectly organised from the start until our return to Reykjavik. The views were simply sp...

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Activity Provider Arctic Adventures

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FAQ

Q. Can I get dropped off at a different location?
A. Drop-off points are at either the same location as the tour pick-up or at the bus terminal. However, it is possible to drop you off at a different location within Reykjavik if you let the driver know about your request on the day itself.
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Payment / Cancellation Policy

Payment Methods
  • Credit card payment
Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 12:30 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

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Solheimajokull Glacier Hiking and Ice Climbing Day Tour from Reykjavik
Journey to Iceland's South Coast to try ice climbing and glacier hiking with experienced guides. Visit the frozen glacial tongue that is Solheimajokull and its ever-changing frozen waters.