Don't think about it, JUST GO
Put this at the top of your list of amazing, one-of-a-kind experiences than you can only do in the extraordinary country of Iceland! You'll start off with a 45 minute hike across a stunning lava field before arriving at the base camp near the volcano. After relaxing at base camp and getting the intro, you'll soon find yourself on a small elevator making the descent into the dormant volcano. Seriously, this is a can't miss, once-in-a-lifetime kind of adventure. Also included in the trip are commemorative scarves, delicious soup and your team of warm, professional and highly knowledgable guides. Arguably worth a trip to Iceland just to do this, but of course, there are a thousand reasons to go to Iceland. But make sure this is one of them!
2nd time I go there, def not the last! <3
Ok so this is one of the coolest outdoor activity to do near Reykjavik and a once in a lifetime experience. Get yourself inside the lava chamber of the volcano and admire the magnificent colors on the chamber walls. Definitely take some waterproof shoes and pants if you go in fall/winter. My 11yo daughter and I didn't and spent a few hours soaking wet at -4 degrees. Memorable experience :) The guides are super friendly. Alexia our guide was awesome and so kind to lend us some of her own clothes. Mister T's islander soup is to die for. Thanks for the chocolate too mate ;-) 5***** activity, hands down
Incredible tour, great company
This was such a great experience! We had a hiccup at the beginning of our tour (our fault), but we called the company and they were INCREDIBLY accommodating and we didn't end up missing out on anything. They went above and beyond to make sure that we had a great tour. We hiked in right after a snowfall, but they had made tracks in the snow and it wasn't difficult overall. The scenery was breathtaking. It was about a 40 minute hike to the volcano. The soup they provide after the tour is delicious as well! I would definitely recommend this tour and this company.
An Eye-opening Experience
While descending into the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, my heart was pounding with excitement. And it’s so amazing to be surrounded by different colours and shapes of rocks that were formed about 4500 years ago. The stunning journey is actually not limited to visiting the inside of the volcano, but also outside. We walked on a path through the lava field and crossed between the North America and European tectonic plates when heading to Thrihnukagigur. It’s tranquil and beautiful. Thanks to the professional guides and the entire team for giving me this unique and eye-opening experience!