Hike to the 2021 and 2022 Fagradalsfjall Volcano eruption site with our expert guide where new lava flows into old and geothermal activity runs the scene!
Our expert guides will take you to the Fagradalsfjall area.

What better way to end the day than relaxing in the Blue Lagoon by getting the whole geothermal experience in one day.

A tour to the recent volcanic eruption in Geldingadalir valley, with views on the current eruptions and relaxation in the warm healing waters in the Blue Lagoon is a once-in-a-lifetime experience only Iceland can provide!

IMPORTANT NOTE: please notice that this moderate hike will take you to the site of the previous 2021 and 2022 volcanic eruptions.


  • Hike by Fagradalsfjall Volcano eruption site
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Mossy covered lava fields
  • Lake Kleifarvatn (If the hike to the volcano overruns, we skip this stop)

Tour details

  • The duration of the tour is approx.11 hours.
  • There is no food included on this tour.
  • This tour involves hiking to and back from Meradalir. The hike takes around 2 hours each way, over sometimes difficult terrain and is rated as moderate to hard for a person of reasonable fitness.
  • Volcanoes are a natural phenomenon and the level of volcanic activity at the site varies from day to day. Even if the volcano is not erupting during your visit, visiting the area is still fascinating.
  • Please note that this tour involves a total hike of around 4 hours. The route we take varies from day to day depending on conditions.
  • Minimum age: 14+


Cancellation policy

  • We will charge a cancellation fee of 100% if booking is cancelled 2 days or less before event

What’s included

  • Experienced guide for the tour and hike.
  • Hike to Meradalir Volcano
  • Pick up and drop off from Reykjavík
  • Wi-fi on board
  • Comfort Admission ticket to Blue Lagoon, including:
  • Use of towel
  • Silica mud mask
  • Drink of your choice at the Blue Lagoon


  • Food & drinks

What do I need to bring?

  • It is essential that you dressed properly for this hike. A thermal base layer and waterproof outer layer are recommended. Jeans are a bad idea as if it rains they will stay wet for hours and you risk hypothermia.
    Good sturdy walking shoes, preferrable with ankle support.
  • Water and snacks for the hike.
  • Swimsuit.
  • Hiking poles are recommended, they can also be rented from BusTravel Iceland.