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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

An ‘into the glacier’ experience is a must when one visits Iceland. My experience at the Langjökull (Long Glacier)-situated in the west of the Icelandic interior remains unsurpassed till date. Me and my family of six decided to visit this miraculous part of nature through...More

12  Thank misha s
Reviewed 29 May 2018

Amazing experiance! Into the Glacier tour company was fantastic. They provide you with snowsuits and boots. They drove us in a gigantic mountain truck, which was exciting. The tour inside the glacier was 1 hour long. Our tour guide said this glacier will be gone...More

Thank tbazilian2001
Reviewed 21 April 2018

A beautiful glacier - going onto the glacier in a super truck - riding snowmobiles or visiting the ice tunnel - all fantastic and beautiful - a pure white glacier 50 km long- the second largest in Iceland- unfortunately shrinking

Thank KanwarTavy
Reviewed 25 January 2018

We joined the Mountaineers of Iceland tour and rode near the top of the glacier on a super truck. The glacier was beautiful even in summer though some of it was melted. We were lucky that the day we visited the glacier was one of...More

1  Thank Patrick T
Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

It is indeed a miraculous marvel to see and be in the glacier . Some feat of engineering from mankind,lot of hard work has gone in to the making and maintenance of this ice tunnel into the glacier. Our guide was Kiddy and he had...More

1  Thank nafisab
Reviewed 11 January 2018

We visited this glacier ice tunnel in the Winter. I was an awesome experience. At the base, we were loading into a specially designed glacier vehicle and followed a very icy, low visibility road to the ice tunnel. I don't remember being in a more...More

1  Thank harste
Reviewed 7 January 2018

Drove to Gulfoss to meet Mountaineers of Iceland with whom a snowmobiling trip was booked while driving there in our car. Luckily they had slots available. OUr names were checked and we boarded a monster truck which took off for a 1 hour drive over...More

Thank Keon S
Reviewed 28 December 2017

Our coach tour took the F550 road, basically a dirt road, only part of which shows on a map. We had distant views of the Long Glacier.

1  Thank rnathan
Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

Visited the glacier whilst on holiday In Iceland 🇮🇸, what an awesome time we had from arriving at the basecamp on the coach, to the acsent up to the glacier in the converted german missile launcher for us all to reach the top over the...More

Thank Teen507
Reviewed 21 November 2017

First of all, THIS IS NOT AN EASY PLACE TO SEE! We did NOT do the snowmobile tours and this was probably the better option to see more of it but it is QUITE an undertaking. We opted for the four-wheeled vehicle and private guide....More

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9 January 2018|
Response from Douglas P | Reviewed this property |
Probably about 3-4 hours from Reykjavik but it is WEATHER permitting! The 4x4 vehicles hold either 6 or even 8. We had a SIX-door one for our second day. They are NOT small.
4 January 2018|
Response from Jan O | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you can't drive out on to the glacier yourself, you need to book an excursion as they use a monster truck. There are several companies to choose from so either Google it or ask the hotel where you are staying to... More