Day tour by air and bus or super jeep exploring Lake Mývatn and the natural wonders of North Iceland including Dettifoss waterfall.
Air and Bus Tour - Travel season: 1 June – 31 August
Air and Super Jeep Tour – Travel season: All year
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:55
Mondays and Fridays at 8:00
Duration: 11 hours
Minimum number of participants: 2
The Mývatn area is one of Iceland´s most popular tourist destination and is renowned for its natural beauty. This mystical area with its magnificent landscape and rich animal and bird life makes people wants to visit it, observe and explore. This tour highlights Mývatn's natural wonders and includes stops at the following spectacular sights.
Krafla: one of Iceland’s many volcanoes. Note: not available during winter time
Hverarönd – Hot sulphur mud springs by Námafjall: an expanse of ever-changing hot springs located at the foot of a spectacular volcanic mountain.
Dettifoss: a waterfall that boasts the greatest volume of any waterfall in Europe; five hundred cubic metres of water per second plunges over its edge. Dettifoss is 45 m / 147 ft. high and 100 m / 328 ft. wide.
Dimmuborgir (Dark Castles): an area of randomly strewn lava rocks and cliffs. Dimmuborgir is a place of surprises with its myriad of forms, small caves and towering volcanic rock formations pierced by natural apertures.
Skútustaðir: pseudo craters that were formed by gas explosions when boiling lava flowed over the wetlands. The craters are a popular site for birdwatchers and are protected as part of a natural wetlands conservation area.
Bird Museum: the largest known private bird collection in Iceland.
Lake Mývatn Nature Baths: North Iceland’s best known geothermal spa (optional).
Air and bus tour (1 June – 31 August):
Price per person EUR 565
Children 2-12 years EUR 282.50
Air and super jeep tour (all year):
Price per person EUR 635
Children 2-12 years EUR 317.50
- Return flight to Húsavík, North Iceland.
- All bus transportation on site.
- English-speaking guidance.
- Entrance fee to the Bird Museum.
Lunch/dinner and entrance fees to the museums and entrance fee to the Nature Baths.