Lake Myvatn and Dettifoss Falls - Airplane & Super Jeep Tour (EA10)
Fly to Northern Iceland and get on a Super Jeep
This tour is all about hot springs, geothermal activity and the power of nature at work in some of Iceland's most stunning scenery: Lake Myvatn, Krafla, the hot springs of Namaskard, and Dettifoss Waterfall. Take a flight to the north and enjoy these wonderful pearls of wild nature.
109 000 ISK per adult
Children (0-11): 50% off
Duration: 11 hours
Minimum: 2 persons
Departures: Tues/Thurs 08:55, Mon/Fri 08:00
Available: All year
Where: Eagle Air, Reykjavik Domestic Airport. Check in is 30 min prior to departure time (click here for map).
Included: Flights to and from Husavik, super jeep tour around the sites, English speaking guide, admission fee to Sigurgeir's Bird Centre.
Excluded: Lunch, dinner and fee to Myvatn Nature Baths.
Bring with you: Warm clothes, sturdy shoes.
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The Myvatn area is one of Iceland's most popular tourist destinations and is renowned for its natural beauty. This mystical environment with magnificent lanscapes and rich bird life makes people want to visit it to observe and explore.
The tour includes these spectacular sights by super jeep:
Krafla: one of Iceland's many volcanoes. Note: this is not available during winter time.
Hverarond (or Hverir) by Namafjall: an expanse of ever-changing hot springs located at the foot of a spectacular volcanic mountain.
Dettifoss Falls: this waterfall boasts the greatest volume of any waterfall in Europe; 500 m3 per second plunges over its edge. Dettifoss is 45 m high and 100 m wide.
Dimmuborgir: an area of randomly strewn lava rocks and cliffs. Dimmuborgir is a place of surprises with its myriad forms, small caves and towering volcanic rock formations pierced by natural apertures.
Skutustadagigar: pseudo-craters that were formed by gas explosions when boiling lava flowed over the wetlands. The craters are a popular site for birdwatchers and are protected as part of a natural wetlands conservation area.
Sigurgeir's Bird Centre: the largest known private bird collection in Iceland.
Lake Myvatn Nature Baths: the "Blue Lagoon" of the north