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Iceland

Duration journey: 2 hours

Kayaking among the icebergs is one of the best tours you can do in Iceland.

Located on the southeast coast of Iceland, Jökulsárlon is an enchanting glacial lake surrounded by glacier tongues and impressive icebergs. What makes this serene lake even more special is the opportunity to explore it by kayak, an experience that will bring you closer to the magic of the icy environment.

As you glide across the shimmering waters, you'll be surrounded by imposing icebergs that have broken off from the Vatnajökull glacier. The silence is only broken by the sound of rippling water and the occasional crackling of ice. The ice formations range from bright blue hues to radiant white, making it seem more like a living work of art.

Kayaking on Jökulsárlon offers an intimate and tranquil experience, far away from the crowds. You'll paddle past majestic ice sculptures that take on whimsical shapes, and can enjoy a unique perspective of the glacier and the surrounding landscape. The guided kayak tours are accessible to beginners and experienced kayakers alike, giving everyone the chance to admire this enchanting environment up close.

It is not only an adventure for outdoor sports enthusiasts, but also an opportunity to appreciate the fragile balance of nature. While kayaking in Jökulsárlon, you will feel small amidst the majestic ice formations and understand the fragility of this unique environment.

Whether you're a nature lover, adventurer, or photographer, kayaking in Jökulsárlon offers an unforgettable experience that reveals the magic of Iceland in an intimate and personal way. It's a journey that will take you into the heart of the icy beauty of this remarkable glacial lagoon.

To make a nice walk or hike in Iceland, you need a route or trail that you want to walk and good clothing. By good clothing we mean shoes that are water-repellent or waterproof, sports leggings or outdoor pants that you can zip off when it's hot, a sweat-absorbing (sports) shirt and a vest that you can take off. If it's cold, we recommend putting on thermal clothing made of wool and a windproof and waterproof jacket. In your bag you put a refillable bottle of water, energy bars, fruit and of course your camera.

The coolest period is the best time to visit Iceland. In this case, that is during the summer that lasts from June to August. Absolutely do not expect any summer weather during this period. Only in exceptional cases does the thermometer go up to 25 degrees. Normal afternoon temperatures in Iceland in summer are between 10 and 15 degrees Celsius. Minimum temperatures during an Icelandic summer are between 3 and 10 degrees.

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