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4.8 (6 reviews)

Langjökull

Take a look at Iceland's second largest ice cap, standing at 1,450 meters

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Rachael,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
06 Jan 2023
Excellent
Lovely experience with friendly instructors that are very helpful.
Into The Glacier Adventure: Langjökull Glacier Tour + Roundtrip from Reykjavík AA0915
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Frédéric ,  Réunion Réunion
01 Aug 2022
Excellent
Expérience unique, grandiose extra ... ordinaire. A faire si vous venez en Islande. Expérience qui sensibilise à la magnificence de la nature notamment des glaciers mais également de sa fragilité...
Expérience unique, grandiose extra ... ordinaire. A faire si vous venez en Islande. Expérience qui sensibilise à la magnificence de la nature notamment des glaciers mais également de sa fragilité d'où la nécessité de freiner rapidement le réchauffement climatique. Staff au top, aux petits soins.
Into the Glacier Adventure: Langjökull Glacier Tour AA0902
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Morgane,  France France
20 Nov 2022
Excellent
We had a great time discovering the glacier and his history. Thank you so much to the « Into the glacier » team, your amazing !
Into the Glacier Adventure: Langjökull Glacier Tour AA0902

About: Langjökull

At 950 km2, Langjökull Glacier is the second-largest in Iceland behind Vatnajökull. That's larger than the whole of Singapore!

Langjökull
Langjökull Glacier, 123, Húsafell
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