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ICELAND'S BEST VOLCANO TOUR EXPERIENCE
Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure to one of Iceland's newest and most active volcanic hotspots. Our private guided Fagradalsfjall Volcano Tour is designed for nature lovers and adventure seekers who want to get up close and personal with the unique geological wonders of this volcanic island.
With a knowledgeable local guide, you will learn about this stunning region's geological history, folklore, and cultural significance.
The tour begins with a scenic drive to the meeting point, where you will gear up and begin your hike to Fagradalsfjall Volcano. The hike is not too strenuous and is suitable for people of all fitness levels, but be prepared for some uphill walking.
The views from the area are breathtaking, and you will have the opportunity to capture some fantastic photos and memories.
Your local guide will share fascinating stories and legends about the area and the volcanoes, and you will have the chance to ask questions and learn as much as you like.
This is truly a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Iceland and gain a deeper understanding of its fascinating culture and history.
Don't miss out on this unforgettable experience - book now for Iceland's best volcano tour experience.
Book the Private Volcanic Reykjanes Tour for an immersive and enriching experience.
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Fully private experience at your own pace; nobody is rushing you during the tour.
We care about safety and only schedule the tour when conditions are suitable for this hike or fully refund you if there is bad weather and we need to cancel.
Free trekking poles if needed.
Crampons during the winter months.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOUR TO FAGRADALSFJALL VOLCANO
Moderate hike. About a 3 to 4-hour tour (Based on your pace).
This is the most popular and suitable for everyone, including seniors with average fitness and families with children.
A fully private experience with your family only.
This hike is to Fagradalsfjall 2021 eruption crater, about an hour's walk each way based on an average pace.
Pick-up is available, or meet us on location.
The guide will follow your pace and custom the tour for you.
We provide hiking poles if needed.
We provide crampons during the winter if needed.
The thermal distribution in the lavas of the 2021sims is ongoing. Fagradalsfjall – as measured via satellite on 5 December 2022. The red indicates hot areas, and the blue indicates cold regions.
The areas in and around the vents from both the 2021 Geldingadalir and 2022 Meradalir eruptions are still hot, which is not a surprise as these areas are also where the lavas are thickest, ~100 m in case of the 2021 flow field and ~35 m in case of the 2022 flow field.
This thermal anomaly also indicates that a significant volume of liquid lava was injected into this location, which explains the re-inflation of the 2021 flow field and the re-eruption of the 2021 lava.
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Two adults are required to run this private tour. We can do the tour with one person but always need to pay for two seats.
Self-Drive | Meet on location
With this option, you will self-drive to our meeting location in Grindavik, 10 minutes from the hiking trail. You will follow our guide to the correct parking before starting the hike. The exact place to meet your guide will be received with your voucher.
With transfers | Pickup and dropoff included
With this option, a round transfer to the volcano is included.
We will pick you up at your accommodation and drive to the volcano trail to meet your local guide. After the tour, we will go back to your hotel.
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If your date is unavailable, contact us to review the availability.
FAGRADALSFJALL VOLCANO LOCATION & MAP
Fagradalsfjall Volcano location in the Reykjanes Peninsula, Grindavík.
Fagradslfjall Volcano eruption 2022 - Hiking trails and access
PHOTOS OF THE VOLCANO TOUR WITH 2GO ICELAND
FAGRADALLSFJALL VOLCANO HIKING TOUR
FEATURED IN INTERNATIONAL MEDIA
On this half-day expedition tour, our guides, Hulda and Marco, showed the magic of this unique event, including views of the newly formed crater and the lava field.
The show featured our signature Volcanic Reykjanes Peninsula Tour.
The Estonian TV show Kolm Naist Karavanis (3 women in a caravan) featured our private tour of Fagradalsfjall volcano.
The show has been #2 in the most viewed TV shows on the Estonia chart.
Our guide Ragga accompanied the team, who had a blast around the lava field and visible smokey valley from the last eruption.
A photo of the first moments of the Fagradalsfjall Volcano eruption was taken from Keflavik.
Our guides explore the Fagradalsfjall eruption with gas mask protection and beside the lava river.
ABOUT THE FAGRADALSFJALL ERUPTION
On March 19, 2021, a fissure opened in the Geldingadalir area on the Reykjanes Peninsula.
The area, part of the Reykjanes UNESCO Global Geopark, has had no volcanic eruptions for over 800 years. Still, just three weeks before the eruption, over 4.000 earthquakes were registered by the Icelandic MET office.
Some of the tremors were strong enough to create a certain level of hysteria for the locals living nearby Grindavík and Keflavík, while residents from the capital Reykjavík also felt many of them.
At first, the Icelandic authorities focused on creating possible scenarios for dealing with the imminent eruption and lava flow that could affect the surrounding towns.
Some models showed that the main road connecting Keflavik Airport with the capital could be affected. Luckily enough, the eruption was in a perfect place; on Friday evening, at 20:45 on March 19, 2021, most people living in Grindavík witnessed the first glow from the volcanic eruption.
A few days after the eruption started, we organized the first expedition to the volcanic area, the first company in Iceland to provide private tours to Fagradalsfjall Volcano.
Some of our guides work with the Emergency Rescue Squad of Iceland (SAR), allowing us to offer a safe and unique experience. They are also local guides, mainly from the Grindavík area, where the volcano is located.
The new Meradalir volcano is nearby the old crater from last year.