Dip into a lava cave at Grjótagjá and marvel at Bjarnarflag’s geothermal masterpiece. Then find unimaginable rock formations at the medieval Lava Fields.
With a sense of adventure you will find Grjótagjá hot springs . Enjoy the experience of dipping your feet into a unique lava cave. Liquid rocks are lying only a couple of kilometres below, waiting for only the brave as the waters can be unpredictably hot.
Powering the entire region is the oldest geothermal power station in the country. Bjarnarflag is creating a future for Iceland based on sustainable energy. The station is surrounded by hypnotising blue crater lakes, revealing the mix of man and nature.
Now explore the remnants of an ancient medieval castle. Go in search of deep caves, caverns and secret chambers at Dimmuborgir, as you dare to wander the fields of Icelandic folklore.
The unusual shaped rising lava towers of ‘The Black Fortress’ clutters the field like a maze. It’s almost like walking on the planet for the first time!
These three Iceland icons are easy to combine on a half-day tour, expertly led by your local Icelandic guide.