Natural Ice Caves

  Iceland has many natural wonders you can explore. One of those which is very popular is visiting our Ice Caves Of course, here at Glacier Adventure, we visit the natural ice caves. A truly wonderful and memorable experience during your time in Iceland. Ice Caving is a great activity for everyone to enjoy.  … Read more »

Restaurants in Höfn

Our guests often ask us what restaurants we recommend in Höfn. We have listed them all up for you. Höfn is a small fishing town in south-east Iceland, only 45 minutes drive from Hali. Although it´s a small town it has many excellent restaurants.   The name Höfn means harbor. Höfn is surrounded by the… Read more »

Ice Caves in Iceland – all you need to know

At Glacier Adventure, we offer some wonderful ice cave tours. But if this is an activity you’ve not done before you might have a few queries. Here are our most common questions and answers for our Ice Caves tours. From when to book, how to stay safe and what to wear. Exploring an Ice Cave… Read more »

What to do before and after your Glacier Walk tour?

At Glacier Adventure, we run two ‘Glacier Walk’ tours per day. Our morning tour starts at 9.30am and afternoon one starts at 12.30pm.   The tours generally last between 3.5 to 4 hours. Depending on the weather conditions and the size of the group. If you’ve booked a place on our morning tour. You’ll return… Read more »

Beautiful tourist spots east from Hali Country Hotel

All the tours for ‘Glacier Adventure’ start from Hali Country Hotel. This is the closest hotel to Jökulsárlón – the famous Glacier Lagoon. We love to be surrounded by beautiful landscapes. So it’s an ideal location for our tours to begin from. You’ll find our tour meeting point inside the first building on the right…. Read more »

Beautiful tourist spots west from Hali Country Hotel

The south of Iceland is full of idyllic tourist spots. The ‘Golden Circle’, close to Reykjavik is one of the most popular areas to visit in Iceland. There’s the mighty waterfall, Gullfoss, Þingvellir (Thingvellir) the oldest National Park in Iceland. And Strokkur geyser spouting hot water up to 30 metres into the air every few… Read more »

Hiking a glacier in Iceland – All you need to know

  Walking on a glacier isn’t an activity most of our visitors have ever done before visiting Iceland. There are only a few in the world and Iceland is lucky enough to have Europe’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull.   Our ‘Glacier Walk’ is a very popular activity for tourists visiting during the summer months. Where we… Read more »

What to wear on the glacier?

  Packing for the Iceland trip can be challenging. You can experience so many weather conditions in one day even in one hour, from very good weather to heavy storm so it´s okay to say that the weather is unpredictable. It´s a common mistake that people leave their rain gear at home but pack their… Read more »

Looking for glacier walk this summer?

Glacier Walk on Vatnajökull Includes Super Jeep ride with a glacier trained local guide   We are offering this amazing glacier walk with a local guide were you experience the wonders of Vatnajökull glacier. Our guide takes you on an unforgettable journey on Breiðamerkurjökull, one of Vatnajökull’s biggest outlet glacier.   The trip starts at… Read more »

4×4 Super Jeep and Glacier Explore

If you are travelling to Iceland in April, you should definitely have a look at this 4×4 Super Jeep and Glacier Explore tour BOOK NOW   Our local guide who is also your driver takes you off-road on an unforgettable journey close to Breiðamerkurjökull, one of Vatnajökull biggest outlet glacier.   The trip starts at… Read more »