Kayaking Adventure on Jökulsárlón | Paddling through Blue IcebergsTake this opportunity to to experience glacier lagoon kayaking on the one and only Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. Paddle around with centennial blue icebergs while you learn about Europe largest glacier world from the world-famous Vatnajökull National Park.
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8 people per guide
Glacier hiking equipment, certified glacier guide,
The kayak tour is suitable for people with no previous paddling experience since we operate on stable sit-on-top kayaks. You will get an introduction about kayaking on glacial water with all the necessary safety gear provided by your guide.
This fully guided tour includes a sit on top kayak and paddle as well as a dry-suit, safety vest, and neoprene shoes and gloves as well as other necessary safety equipment. Meet us al the parking lot from where we take a short walk to the lagoon.
You will paddle across the lagoon among the floating icebergs while admiring the scenic view of the amazing Glacier and surrounding area. The Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon is located by the world-famous Vatnajökull Glacier, Europe’s largest glacier.
The Glacier Lagoon is truly one of a kind and a must see location when in Iceland. Kayaking gives you the unique chance to be synchronized with nature while experiencing the glacier and surroundings from a unique perspective and might even meet some friendly seals on the way.
What is holding you back? Come kayaking with us on centennial water through blue icebergs and be amazed by the breathtaking glacial scenery by the world-famous Jökulsárlón, “the Glacier Lagoon” with a certified and experienced kayak guide. Book this tour by selecting a date.
✓ 2 hours
✓ July to October
✓ Glacier Lagoon
✓ Small Group (max 16 persons)
✓ Certified Kayaking Guide
✓ Kayak and paddles
✓ All Kayak Gear:
✓ Neoprene Shoes
✓ Neoprene Gloves
What you need to bring
• Warm clothes (first layer)
• Waterproof clothing (second layer)
• A hat
• Joy and happiness!
✓ 12 years
Find us at Jökulsárlón Parking Lot by our trailer marked Tröll Expeditions.