1. From Reykjavik: Private Hike to Active Reykjanes Volcanoes
Head out of Reykjavik on a private guided hike to Reykjanes to see where two volcanic eruptions recently happened. Walk through dried black lava fields as you immerse yourself in Iceland's impressive landscape. See how these two volcanoes are still active and learn about their history. Embark on a hiking journey of 13 kilometers to see the active volcanoes of the peninsula of Reykjanes. These two volcanoes erupted on the 19th of March, 2021 and the 3rd of August, 2022, with the eruptions lasting 6 months and 3 weeks, respectively. Learn how, even if the eruptions are now over, these volcanoes are still very active. Notice how the black and fresh lava fields surrounding you are still steaming. Iceland is the most volcanic island on the planet, with an average of a volcanic eruption every 4 years. Along your hike, besides the newly formed volcanoes and the fresh and solidified lava, marvel at the most incredible views of the surroundings mountains and valleys that extend all the way to the ocean.