No place else does winter like Iceland! Discover the best of the west during Northern Lights Season (September-April).
See Lava and Ice caves, visit the magical Snæfellsness peninsula and relax in a geothermal bath under Northern Lights filled sky.
Land at Keflavik International Airport and transfer to Hotel Husafell in West Iceland. On your way make sure to visit the Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfall duo just six minutes from our hotel.
After check-in (don’t forget to request your free Northern Lights wake-up call) experience a truly authentic Icelandic tradition by relaxing in the hotel’s outdoor geothermally heated swimming pools while breathing in the crisp, Arctic air.
In the evening if the Northern Lights are shining request access to the pool for the ultimate outdoor spa experience.
Iceland’s fire and ice contrasts to the extreme! Explore beneath the surface of a glacier and beneath the earth’s surface in a massive lava cave. Travel by monster-truck to Langjokull Glacier and explore the world’s largest man-made ice cave. By contrast discover the dark and quirky underworld of volcanic features inside Vidgelmir, the world’s largest lava cave.
Uncover the countless natural wonders along Snæfellsnes Peninsula where you can expect to discover little beaches, rugged seascapes, rare plants, birdlife and seals. Visit the columnar basalt rock formation and cliffs swarming with huge colonies of birds at Arnarstapi and walk along the pebbled beach at Djupalonssandur before driving along the North Coast through lively fishing villages.
Throughout the day, enjoy the remote tranquility of the area and the palpable force of Snæfellsjökull glacier as a constant source of energy and well-being.
After a hearty breakfast bid a fond farewell to Hotel Husafell and make your way to the newly opened Krauma Nature Baths located only 30 minutes away in Reykholt, West Iceland. Krauma is a world-class wellness complex that features two saunas, a tranquility space and five outdoor nature baths fed by Europe's highest flowing hot spring, Deildartunguhver.
The drive to Keflavik International Airport is approximately two and a half hours from West Iceland.
Subject to availability.
Although the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon that can’t be guaranteed, chances of sightings increase by staying 3-4 nights under the dark skies of Borgarfjordur Valley away from all light pollution.
Into the glacier and The Cave reserves the right to change the itinerary and the mode of transport/cancel regarding the Ice cave and Lava cave tour, according to weather or road conditions, or other circumstances beyond their control.