Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon is one of Iceland’s most visited areas and a truly spectacular sight.

Board an amphibian boat and set sail across the lagoon, cruising past huge icebergs and the picturesque scenery of Jokulsarlon (mid April-mid October only).

Located on the edge of the Vatnajokull National Park, groups can also enjoy a number of other visits in the park:

Skaftafell Visitor Centre

Pay a visit to the Skaftafell Visitor Centre for information about Vatnajokull National Park and its neighbourhood, hiking routes, nature, history and nearby recreational options. Groups can enjoy a talk from the ranger and watch an interesting video about jokulhlaups (glacial floods).  

There is also a souvenir shop, filled with books, postcards and local handicrafts to purchase.


Stretch your legs and take in the scenic surroundings with a variety of hikes from the Visitor Centre to the following sites:

Skaftafellsjokull Glacier – Enjoy a 3.5 hour round trip and a gentle walk to the snout of this impressive glacier.

Svinafellsjokull Glacier – Take in the majestic surroundings of Svinafellsjokull and be impressed by its glacial blue ice, where you have the possibility to embark on a guided trek on the glacier.

Svartifoss Waterfall – This magnificent waterfall is surrounded by a pipe-like backdrop of black basalt columns, giving rise to its name and promising a totally unique experience. Walks last around 2 hours.

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