World’s largest glacier man-made cave is open for business

Travel On The Dollar
July 16, 2015  •  1 min(s) read

Located on Europe’s second largest glacier, Langjökull, in Iceland, Into The Glacier is a man-made ice cave that stretches 550 meters and is about 30 meters below the surface. This is a once in a lifetime experience where you will get an amazing opportunity to explore the glacier and see it from the inside.



The tour company will even pick you up from your hotel in Reykjavik and take you to the site. There are various tour options, and some of which include Thingvellir park or Golden Circle. Tours are operated year round and prices start at ISK 17,900 ($135) for a three-hour tour and go up to ISK 268,500 ($2,020) for private tours.


At a number of places within the glacier, you will see interesting information about the glacier, glacial exploration and research, and of course global warming. The led lighted walls inside the tunnels are sheer-carved and you will find interior chambers and have the chance to explore within the ice cave, and see our multi-purpose cave room which is available for weddings, parties, meetings and events.

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