6 - 8 Hours | Easy
Pick - up depends on arrival time
Godafoss & Nature baths
Lake Mývatn and the surroundings are a must-see while exploring the north!
First, we drive along the coast of Eyjafjordur, one of the longest fjords in Iceland. We begin by stopping at Goðafoss waterfall, one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland, on our way to Lake Mývatn, the lake was created by a large basaltic lava eruption 2300 years ago, and the surrounding landscape is dominated by volcanic landforms, including lava pillars and rootless vents.
We take a look at Grjótagjá cave and a stop at the hot spring area at Hverarönd in Námaskarð and in the Nature baths where you get the chance to relax in the steam baths and bathe in the geothermal water you can also take a massage in the baths.
On the way back we come to the unique lava formations of Dimmuborgir which are among the most popular tourist attractions in the Lake Myvatn area, we stop also in Skútustaðagígar (pseudocraters area).
Our last stop is in Eyjafjordur where you can see over the fjord to Akureyri and take a great photo shot. You can not go wrong with this moderately priced and well organized small group tour (max. 16 person)
Skútustaðagígar (pseudo craters)
Dimmuborgir (Dark castle)
Grjótagjá (Old bathing cave)
Hverarönd (hot spring area)
The Nature baths of Mývatn
Transportation (Small Group)
Pick-up upon request
Guide - English
Meals and Beverages
Entry Fee - Myvatn Bath
Swimwear and towel
Don't forget to bring your own swimsuits and towels
If you don´t like to join the bath you can relax at the restaurant „Kvika“
Time schedule can be different between cruise and for some cruise due to docking times there will not be time for the Nature baths
You will receive a full refund if your cruise cannot dock.