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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.
The first volcanic crater at Fagradalsfjall Volcano a few days after the eruption started.

In March 2021, Iceland's Reykjanes Peninsula experienced its first volcanic eruption in over 800 years when a fissure opened in the Geldingadalir area. Just weeks before the eruption, over 4,000 earthquakes were registered by the Icelandic MET office, causing hysteria for locals living nearby Grindavík and Keflavík and even felt by residents of the capital Reykjavík.

Despite initial concerns about the impact of the imminent eruption and lava flow on surrounding towns, the eruption was in a perfect place. On March 19, 2021, at 20:45, most people living in Grindavík witnessed the first glow from the volcanic eruption. Luckily, no significant damage was reported, and the area remains a stunning and awe-inspiring sight.

At 2Go Iceland, we quickly responded to this incredible event, organizing the first private tour of the volcanic area just days after the eruption began. As the first company in Iceland to provide private tours to Fagradalsfjall Volcano, we're proud to offer a unique and safe experience led by knowledgeable guides, some of whom work with the Emergency Rescue Squad of Iceland (SAR).

Our local guides are mainly from the Grindavík area, where the volcano is located, and will help you discover all the hidden gems along the way.

You'll witness the stunning beauty of Iceland's volcanic landscape up close and have the opportunity to take in the unique and beautiful surroundings of the Reykjanes UNESCO Global Geopark.

Don't miss your chance to witness the stunning beauty of the newest Meradalir volcano, located near the old crater from last year, with 2Go Iceland's private tours.

Featured on the Travel Show from BBC

We were thrilled to host Christa Larwood, producer, and presenter for BBC's The Travel Show, on our exclusive Fagradalsfjall volcano tour. With our expert guides, Hulda and Marco, Christa witnessed the magic of this unique event, including stunning views of the newly formed crater and the sprawling lava field.

Our half-day expedition tour is the ultimate private experience for those looking to explore the Reykjanes Peninsula and witness the wonder of Iceland's volcanic landscape up close.


Our signature Volcanic Reykjanes Peninsula Tour offers a range of breathtaking views and experiences, including the stunning Fagradalsfjall-Geldingadalur Volcano.

Watch the show below: 

Featured on the TV show Kolm Naist Karavanis

Our private tour of Fagradalsfjall volcano was recently featured on the Estonian TV show Kolm Naist Karavanis (3 Women in a Caravan), which has been a hit, ranking #2 in the most viewed TV shows on the Estonia chart.

Our knowledgeable guide, Ragga, accompanied the team on an unforgettable adventure, exploring the stunning lava field and taking in the breathtaking views of the visible smokey valley from the last eruption. With our personalized private tour, you'll have the opportunity to experience the magic of Iceland's volcanic wonderland at your own pace, with a guide who will help you discover all the hidden gems along the way.

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