Volcano Transfer

Duration
• 1 hour
Price
Taxi for 1 - 4 people
• Tour Rate = 19.000 ISK

Taxi for 5 - 8 people
• Tour Rate = 24.000 ISK
Included
• English speaking driving guide.
• Taxi Vehicle, Fuel, Road & Parking fees.
Not Included
• Admission Tickets to Museums, Bathing Areas & Activity Tours.
Payment & Cancellation
• You pay at the end of the tour (Cash or Credit).
• You can cancel whenever and without cost.

Tour Details
This is a One-Way Taxi Transfer to the start of the hiking trail that leads to the New Active Volcano that is located between the International Airport and Reykjavík City.

However, If you are looking for a guided day-tour to the Volcano and the surrounding area, then I can highly recommend the Reykjanes Peninsula Tour. That tour will take you to most of the hidden pearls of the area around the New Volcano.

Option 1
Hotel in Reykjavik Volcano Hiking Trail

Option 2
Volcano Hiking Trail Hotel in Reykjavik

Tour Highlights

Volcano at Fagradalsfjall
Fagradalsfjall’s much-anticipated eruption began on March 19th around 9.30 PM. Before this, Reykjavik and the Reykjanes Peninsula had undergone several weeks of constant tremors and earthquakes, leading to the assumption that volcanic activity was imminent. Seismographs recorded over 53,000 of these, and though most could not be felt, some reached 5.7 on the Richter scale and caused minor damage to buildings.

Fagradalsfjall was still a surprising location for the eruption to begin, as this volcano has been dormant for 6,000 years, a comparatively long time considering the most recent eruption on the peninsula 800 years ago.

The rift that initially opened was up to 700 meters long and covered one square kilometer. Thankfully, however, Fagradalsfjall is located in a sheltered, uninhabited valley, and though its magma chamber is deep, its lava flow is effusive rather than explosive. As such, it poses no current threat to infrastructure and is largely safe for people to visit.

Now you can book a tour to see the erupting volcano in Iceland. ⁠
⁠
Go with an experienced volcano guide to get the best experience possible. ⁠
⁠
Once in a lifetime moment!⁠
⁠
Find the tour in the link in bio. ⁠
Happy Earth Day #iceland #volcano #eruption #nikonusa #nature #fagradalsfjall
Volcano watching has become the most popular family activity in Iceland!

Guide to Iceland is the largest and most popular travel website about Iceland. We have been awarded Iceland’s Leading Travel Agency by World Travel Awards 3 years in a row 💪 Browse our site or drop us an email if you are planning a trip to Iceland ✈️ Contact details 📧 in profile!

#guidetoiceland #travel #iceland #volcanoeruption #volcano #volcanoeruptions #Fagradalsfjall #geldingadalur #geldingadalir #fagradalsfjalleruption #fagradalsfjallvolcano #reykjanes
• 3 mánuðir •
🇫🇷 Aujourd’hui, nous fêtons les 3 mois de l’éruption du volcan 🌋 ce matin, entendu à la radio : la lave débordera sur la route la semaine prochaine… bon affaire à suivre, prochaine visite demain! 😅
🇬🇧 Today, we celebrate the 3 months anniversary of the volcano 🌋 this morning, heard on the news that the lava will flow over the road next week… we will see, next visit is scheduled tomorrow anyway! 😅
#iceland #fagradalsfjall #volcanoeruption #thefloorislava #hellofrom #sonyalpha #sonynordic

Now you can book a tour to see the erupting volcano in Iceland. ⁠
⁠
Go with an experienced volcano guide to get the best experience possible. ⁠
⁠
Once in a lifetime moment!⁠
⁠
Find the tour in the link in bio. ⁠
Happy Earth Day #iceland #volcano #eruption #nikonusa #nature #fagradalsfjall
Volcano watching has become the most popular family activity in Iceland!

Guide to Iceland is the largest and most popular travel website about Iceland. We have been awarded Iceland’s Leading Travel Agency by World Travel Awards 3 years in a row 💪 Browse our site or drop us an email if you are planning a trip to Iceland ✈️ Contact details 📧 in profile!

#guidetoiceland #travel #iceland #volcanoeruption #volcano #volcanoeruptions #Fagradalsfjall #geldingadalur #geldingadalir #fagradalsfjalleruption #fagradalsfjallvolcano #reykjanes
• 3 mánuðir •
🇫🇷 Aujourd’hui, nous fêtons les 3 mois de l’éruption du volcan 🌋 ce matin, entendu à la radio : la lave débordera sur la route la semaine prochaine… bon affaire à suivre, prochaine visite demain! 😅
🇬🇧 Today, we celebrate the 3 months anniversary of the volcano 🌋 this morning, heard on the news that the lava will flow over the road next week… we will see, next visit is scheduled tomorrow anyway! 😅
#iceland #fagradalsfjall #volcanoeruption #thefloorislava #hellofrom #sonyalpha #sonynordic

Duration
• 1 hour
Price
Taxi for 1 - 4 people
• Tour Rate = 19.000 ISK

Taxi for 5 - 8 people
• Tour Rate = 24.000 ISK
Included
• English speaking driving guide.
• Taxi Vehicle, Fuel, Road & Parking fees.
Not Included
• Admission Tickets to Museums, Bathing Areas & Activity Tours.
Payment & Cancellation
• You pay at the end of the tour (Cash or Credit).
• You can cancel whenever and without cost.

Tour Details
This is a One-Way Taxi Transfer to the start of the hiking trail that leads to the New Active Volcano that is located between the International Airport and Reykjavík City.

However, If you are looking for a guided day-tour to the Volcano and the surrounding area, then I can highly recommend the Reykjanes Peninsula Tour. That tour will take you to most of the hidden pearls of the area around the New Volcano.

Option 1
Hotel in Reykjavik Volcano Hiking Trail

Option 2
Volcano Hiking Trail Hotel in Reykjavik

Tour Highlights

Volcano at Fagradalsfjall
Fagradalsfjall’s much-anticipated eruption began on March 19th around 9.30 PM. Before this, Reykjavik and the Reykjanes Peninsula had undergone several weeks of constant tremors and earthquakes, leading to the assumption that volcanic activity was imminent. Seismographs recorded over 53,000 of these, and though most could not be felt, some reached 5.7 on the Richter scale and caused minor damage to buildings.

Fagradalsfjall was still a surprising location for the eruption to begin, as this volcano has been dormant for 6,000 years, a comparatively long time considering the most recent eruption on the peninsula 800 years ago.

The rift that initially opened was up to 700 meters long and covered one square kilometer. Thankfully, however, Fagradalsfjall is located in a sheltered, uninhabited valley, and though its magma chamber is deep, its lava flow is effusive rather than explosive. As such, it poses no current threat to infrastructure and is largely safe for people to visit.