Lake Mývatn - Day tour
A day of spectacular sights awaits us as we set out from Akureyri to the twin waterfall Goðafoss, named for the pagan idols thrown into it a thousand years ago.
Europe's largest bird sanctuary is next - Lake Mývatn - where species breed among the mystical blend of lush vegetation and lava spires. After a short break, we'll head to the colorful majesty of the still-active Krafla volcano, and from there to sizzling Hverarönd, famous for its bubbling sulfur mud pots.
A walking tour of Dimmuborgir (Dark Castles) is next, a surreal lava park with unique rock formations towering above and delicate flowers dotting the ground below. After a brief stop in the village Reykjahlíð, we'll return to Akureyri to catch the evening flight back to Reykjavík. You will visit Mývatn Nature Baths and have the option (not included) to enjoy a swim in the lagoon so take bathing suit along.
Days of operation 2013:
Jan - May: Monday, Wednesday and Friday
1 June - 31 August: Daily
Sept - Dec: Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Days of operation 2014:
From June and throughout September daily,
Off season (October-May): Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
2 Jan - 14 June & 21 Aug - 31 Dec: 39.220 ISK
15 June - 20 August: 41.700 ISK
44.104 ISK per person
Children, ages 11 and younger, accompanied by adults get a 50% discount, before taxes and charges. Please keep in mind that prices and information may change without notice.
Flight RKV - AEY - RKV, bus tour with guide, airport taxes.
Lunch or refreshments.
How to book
We advice you to book this tour in advanced through firstname.lastname@example.org due to limited spaces available.
It is also possible to book the tour upon arrival in our Reykjavík hostels.