Countless Craters

Countless Craters

Catch a glimpse of the rough but magical beauty Iceland's volcanic landscape is known for. As you soar above the moonlike Reykjanes peninsula you will get to truly appreciate its grandeur - something only possible from air. You will see countless volcanic craters, the unforgiving ocean lining the coast, the Seltún geothermal area, the Blue Lagoon, Lake Kleifarvatn and Lake Grænavatn. Of course no tour would be complete without a landing and time to explore... on this tour we stop at Eldvörp on the Reykjanes Peninsula in the southwest of the island. It is a 10 km long crater row that contains extensive geothermal activity so you will always see steam rising from the earth. This combination of rugged coastline and rising steam will make it feel like you've landed on another planet entirely! Last but not least you will get a glimpse of mountain Keilir as well as the remarkable craters from the Fagradalsfjall volcanic eruption, which erupted in March 2021 and lasted for 6 months. This tour truly shows the untamed power that has sculpted the island into its rugged beauty. Sights: Seltún Geothermal Area, Blue Lagoon, Lake Kleifarvatn, Lake Grænavatn, Eldvörp Crater, Geldingadalur eruption site The total duration of the tour is 55-75 minutes. 40-60 minute guided helicopter flight and a 15 minute landing by a steaming crater. Depending on helicopter type and weather


79.900 ISK per person


1-1,5 hours




3 Persons


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