If you're going to take the time to drive all the way out to Jokulsarlon you owe it to yourself to do the zodiac boat tour as well. From the shore, the glacier is deceptively far away. From the shore you can see icebergs that...More
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Went here in the middle of August 2017. By far one of the most beautiful sights we have seen (and we have seen a lot of them!). Jokulsarlon is a spot where the glacier falls into a lagoon on its way to the sea. You...More
We went in August, but it was cloudy so we wore jackets, scarfs, and gloves, and it was still a bit chilly, but the place is just amazing. I expected the ice to be more blue, but the amount of colours is just impressive, all...More
Headed here and did a zodiac boat tour! We had amazing weather so it was worth every dollar! Such a beautiful landscape and so happy to see it before it's too late.
My wife decided to undertake the 8 and a half hour round trip from our Fludir base based on viewing some pictures online of Jokarlson. She was viewing it as the one thing that she wanted to see in Iceland so we went for it...More
We did a zodiac tour of this incredible iceberg lagoon. Our guide was knowledgeable about the lagoon and adjacent glacier. He's a local farmer so he gave us lots of information about the sheep farming in the area as well. The tour company was "...More
Your eyes get wider and wider as you absorb the utter beauty of this place. The blue of the glaciers against the back drop of the glasslike water and the snow covered mountains is like nothing I've ever seen before. Head across the road to...More
My first experience watching massive icebergs floating around. It is mesmerizing and a must see. Please do visit the lagoon and take the boat ride.
What a beautiful place to visit! Extremely large chunks of ice floating around with seals seeming to play amongst them. Absolutely fascinating to think these 'ice cubes' are thousands of years old. Amazing views to the glacier even though we just stayed on the shoreline...More
This place is truly magnificent. The ice with the mountains in the background, the black rock around, and the blue blue water is gorgeous. We stayed for about an hour and had a chance to see some of the iceberg break away and float down...More