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AH180  Glacier landing Helicopter Tour All year round

A ride to Þórisjökull glacier-a location only accessible by helicopter!

From Reykjavík city we head straight to Þórisjökull glacier were we land and you will get a chance to set foot on this exclusive location only accessible by helicopter.

Breath in the clean air, take some amazing pictures and enjoy the majestic landscape the glacier has to offer.
Once we are airborne again you will see deep crevasses and steep icefalls that might take your breath away.

On the way back to Reykjavík we peek inside the crater of the shield volcano Skjaldbreið, and follow the continental rift through Þingvellir National Park.

This tour gives you a chance to experience the land of ice and fire from above.

Please note!
Tour departs from Norðurflug Helicopter Service located at Reykjavik Domestic Airport by Nauthólsvegur (Behind Hotel Natura).
Minimum 3 passengers. 

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1.5-2 hours
Travelling with children
Child (0 - 1): FREE
Child (2 - 12): 25% off

Price: 0 ISK
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