Vatnajökull Glacier 9-Day Group Crossing, Iceland
If you travel to Iceland in the summer, you will have the chance to ski under the midnight sun. In winter, you get the chance to catch sight of the northern lights!
Best time to visit
You have options year-round. In the summer, you will have to go further north and you can enjoy your ski adventure under the midnight sun. In the winter, you can catch sight of the northern lights
How to get there
Keflavik International Airport (KEF) is the country’s main international airport. There are direct flights from North America and Europe. The rest country is fairly well connected by roads, ferries, and domestic airports
During the early spring, average daily temperatures hover between 0ºC to -10ºC, depending on where you are. As spring becomes summer, average temperatures rise to about 10ºC to 15ºC. Average winter temperatures are −10 °C (14 °F). Also, the winter is characterized by long dark days, and the summer by long light ones
With its glaciers, fjords, volcanos, and sparsely populated landscapes, Iceland is a dream for outdoor adventurers. Cross country skiing is a great way to explore its wilderness, and after, you can recover at some of its natural springs before enjoying some great Icelandic cuisine and good cheer
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