12 Hours | Easy
53.800 ISK


Highland Tour

Tour description

Hveravellir is a unique nature reserve situated on the Kjolur route in the middle of the west highlands between the glaciers Langjökull and Hofsjökull. Hveravellir is one of the most beautiful geothermal areas in the world with smoking fumaroles and beautifully shaped with sky blue, boiling water. It is a special experience to have a look around.

The geothermal pool at Hveravellir is unique. Both hot and cold water flows to the pool, which makes it easy to regulate the temperature of the water in the pool. Over 20 people can comfortably bathe in the pool at the same time. The pool and its entire surroundings are magnificent, offering a beautiful view of the geothermal area, Kjalhraun lava field and Langjökull. There is nothing that can compare to a dip into the pool in the middle of nowhere.

Kerlingarfjöll highland resort is a hidden gem located at the center of the Icelandic highlands. This area is the single most powerful hot spring area in Iceland. Additionally the Rhyolite Mountains have more colors than you ever can imagine. This feels like being on another planet. You will experience the uniqueness of this un-touched highland patch; glacier parts and snowdrifts, passes and ravines, hot springs and still pools.

There are a Restaurant in Kerlingarfjöll. Whether it’s heading for the mountain tops or exploring one of the biggest geothermal areas in Iceland you can be certain that Kerlingarfjoll will take you by surprise.


Kjölur highland
Bathe in a natural hot spring
Hiking for 1.5 hours in Kerlingarfjöll hot spring valley
Exclusive Kjölur highland route
Colourful Rhyolite Mountains


Transportation 4x4 Jeep

Pick-up upon request
Guide - English

Not Included

Meals and Beverages 

Warm clothes, Good hiking shoes, Gloves, Water bottle and it´s good to bring also some lunch pack and if you want to bath don't forget about towel and bathing suite.

This tour depends on weather and road conditions, changes to the itinerary might happen with short notice.