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Unforgettable Glacier Jeeps

  • Þessi mynd er tekin  á áfangastað Jöklajeppa í jeppaferðum yfir á Þverártindsegg með Hvannadalshnúk í fjaska

  With a stellar safety record and over 20 year´s experience on the largest glacier in Europe, Glacier Jeeps operates from South East Iceland and offers spectacular tours to Vatnajökull Glacier. The freshness and purity of the glacial air will energise and mesmerise you, leaving you with a special feeling that you will not soon forget.
 
A Mountaintop Restaurant
Jöklasel Restaurant, at an altitude of 840 m., is the highest restaurant in Iceland and the base of Glacier Jeep activities. It offers a soup and salad buffet lunch as well as a variety of cakes and coffee, comfortably seating 80 to 90 people. A seafood buffet for groups and freshly caught arctic char and salmon are available by special arrangement. Incentive groups can enjoy a buffet lunch right on the glacier while enjoying breathtaking views of both the glacier and the Atlantic Ocean.

Glacier Jeeps most popular tour, the Jeep Tour takes you to Jöklasel with the option of going further over the glacier by Ski-doo. Along the way, there is a magnificent view of deep valleys like Kálfafellsdalur, tall mountains such as Þverártindsegg and Öræfajökull, and of course the great Vatnajökull itself. The company also offers hiking tours to on the glacier that must be booked one day in advance.

Glacier Jeep tours depart daily from road F 985 to Jöklasel at 9:30 and 14:00, but other timetables can be arranged to suit.
For further info visit www.glacierjeeps.is

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