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Into the Glacier Adventure: Langjökull Glacier Tour
- Duration: 4h
- Live guide in English
- Tour on Langjökull Glacier in a specially modified glacier vehicle
- Guided 1-hour walk inside the ice cave and tunnels
- English-speaking guide for the whole experience
- Free WiFi in the glacier vehicles
- Snowsuits & overshoes, if needed
- Crampons & spikes for ice walk inside the tunnels
- Transport from Húsafell to the base camp
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