Fagradalsfjall Volcano & Reykjanes Geothermal Tour
LIVE from the Volcano
Fagradalsfjall - Geldingadalir Volcano, Iceland
Reykjanes peninsula on alert because of a series of earthquakes.
Here it is possible to see live footage from vantage point in the area.
Take a tour of Reykjanes to see the volcanic eruption site Fagradalsfjall, bubbling mud pools, and more!
Seltun Geothermal area
Fagradalsfjall volcano eruption site
The Bridge Between Continents
Our Volcano hike and Geothermal tour is an excellent introduction to the influence volcanic activity has had on the landscape of Iceland. This tour explores the Reykjanes Peninsula near the island's capital, Reykjavík. It lies on the mid-Atlantic ridge crack line, responsible for the region's earthquakes, eruptions, and other seismic activity.
The volcanic eruption in Fagradalsfjall began on March 19th 2021, after a few weeks of near-constant earthquakes in the area.
The lava has now slowly spread across hills and valleys, and only time can tell what new mountains and landscapes will be formed, but at least you can have front-row tickets to a part of this piece of Earth‘s history.
The hike to the lava is about 15 minutes each way over uneven terrain.
We recommend to wear hiking shoes and bring wind/water repellent clothing
The tour is subject to change based on the lava flow from the eruption.
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