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Fjallsarlon

Fjallsarlon

Fjallsárlón is a glacier lagoon just West of Jökulsárlón. Unlike Jökulsárlón, Fjalsárlón has no direct access to the ocean, so there are no seals or tides, this also means that the water is not as fresh and reflects the soft brown of the lagoon floor as it is scraped...
Ice Caves

Ice Caves

Iceland’s Ice Caves The ice caves under Iceland’s glacier are the real deal. These are caves sculpted by melt water during the Summer months. The walls and ceiling are carved by glacier rivers. There is no human involvement. These are not machine built...
Jökulsárlón & Ice beach

Jökulsárlón & Ice beach

Jökulsarlon Glacier lagoon Jokulsarlon is a must on any trip to Iceland! It is the main feature of the Jokulsarlon Tour and can also be toured over two days. Or a long tour. The Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon is now Iceland’s deepest lake at a depth of 200m. The...

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