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Volcano Eyjafjallajokull: Tours & Tickets

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Eyjafjallajökull is one of the few stratovolcanoes found in Iceland. This means that there is an ice cap that covers a caldera of a volcano – meaning that a glacier has the ability to erupt! Most of us know the name Eyjafjallajökull for exactly this reason. In 2010
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We did a glacier walk from the car park at the foot of the glacier (with a guide). It was wonderful and one of the highlights of the trip. Highly recommend it to anyone of moderate fitness.
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You can see this huge volcano from the road, hidden under a huge glacier. It's quite beautiful, but the potential destructive power is very intimidating and scary. We were in awe of the glacial flood plain below the volcano. Plenty of places to pull over and take pictures. We
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We stopped on the N1 to look at the impressive 'ice-cap'. It was only after we stopped and investigated did we find out that this is actually the famous Eyjafjallajokull volcano which caused havoc to flights in Northern Europe in 2010 when it last erupted. Its all very calm
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It is not just a volcano; it is also a glacier and connects to the famous volcano Katla. The eruption in 2010 put the world’s flight at airports across Europe on hold for at least five days. There are mounds of brown rising up through the green and ash near the bottom of the
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