• Laura Avital

Is a Volcano in Your Future?


Many Icelanders were surprised on March 19, 2021, when the Geldingadalur volcano began its eruption – the first one in the area for over 800 years!


The volcano is located on the Reykjanes Peninsula, only 45 minutes from Reykjavik and only 20 minutes from the international airport! How about a stop at the Blue Lagoon and then continuing to see the beautiful lava flows of the volcano? A true Fire & Ice experience.


How cool would it be to see something like this?


A once-in-a-lifetime chance!

You can add a visit to an erupting volcano on your next trip to Iceland.

Iceland is welcoming visitors and there are several ways to see this amazing phenomenon...


Take a guided volcano hike – there are 2 hiking trails open and the guides know the way. This is not a hike to be taken lightly and should not be done on your own.


Rent a car and spend 5-7 days driving around Iceland. Add the volcano as one of the stops.

The Icelandic government is already planning and building parking areas, cellphone towers & bathrooms


Take a helicopter sightseeing flight and see the volcano erupting from the air. What a view from above!


Geologists are saying that the eruption can last for decades!

Are you ready to add a volcano visit to your trip to Iceland? Schedule a free consultation by CLICKING HERE and find out how we can work together to personalize your journey!


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