The lake is a result of Breiðarmerkurjökull glacier slowly retreating, leaving in its wake the lagoon and the oddly-shaped icebergs of various sizes. En route to the lagoon you will see some of Iceland’s most magnificent scenery, including the tallest mountain in Iceland, Hvannadalshnjúkur, and the sprawling black sand desert between Skaftafell National Park and the lagoon itself.
Tour duration: 07:30 – 22:00.
07:30 Daily (15 May – 30 Sept) & Wed, Fri & Sat ( 1 -31 October)
Remember to bring warm clothing and rain gear.
English: Daily (15 May – 30 Sept) &
Wed, Fri & Sat ( 1 -31 October)
German: Tue & Sun (15 May – 30 Sept)*
French: Sat (15 May – 30 Sept)*
*Not the boat tour part
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We are finalising the upcoming Campingcard for 2018 with participating camp sites.
We expect the card to be finalised in Febrary 2018. Kind regards the Campingcard team.