Iceland has an unusual nature. During this caving tour, you can fully enjoy the beauty of Iceland, Its nature not only on earth but also around it - are magical caves created by Iava. Icelands Golden Circle route is the ultimate day trip destination from Reykjavik, although not too far from the city, the route features some of the countrys must-see geysers and waterfalls.
Heres how to caving tour the Golden Circle from Reykjavik. Only Guided Tours. Caving tours leave Reykjavik regularly, with guides on hand to lead travelers directly to the routes key sites, including the UNESCO World Heritagelisted Thingvellir National Park, widely considered home to Icelands most impressive natural attractions.
Travel by road or take to the skies by helicopter with a guide, and discover famous Golden Circle.
The most popular tourist route is a tour of Icelands Golden Circle. You will visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the oldest parliament in the world, the Althing, which was first collected in 930. You will visit the place where the two continents Europe and America meet. Then you will see the Haukadalur geothermal valley, where you will behold the active geysers with the hot springs Geysir and Strokkur and the Gullfoss waterfall.
Express Golden Circle tours from Reykjavik run at about eight hours, and more comprehensive caving tours can be upwards of 11, so prepare for a full day. From Reykjavik, the furthest point on the Golden Circle tour is the Gulfoss waterfall. The caving tour will end with a trip to a cave formed by lava, where you will enjoy unique rock formations stalactites and stalagmites.
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