The adventure of walking on ice is quite incredible.
Glaciers are formed when snowfalls in mountainous or polar regions turn into ice. Throughout summer it doesn't completely melt, and so they add more ice each year on top of old ice. They are so powerful they can change the shape of valleys.
They can often be surrounded by incredible landscapes, and look beautiful themselves too. Taking a walk over glaciers is one of the coolest adventures on the list.
Between November and March each year, you're able to do something that most people will never get the beauty of. This tour not only enables you to hike on Europes largest glacier, but you will also be able to take a look INSIDE the Vatnajokull glacier and view its mesmerising beauty.
The trip lasts 6 hours, so a basic level of fitness is required. As long as you pass that though be ready to be hypnotised from exploring the ice cave, and see incredible views from on the glacier.
Extreme Iceland are a fully licensed tour operator and travel agency based entirely in Iceland. Providing local knowledge and experience through a strong team of guides, they service tours around the country.
Tours include hiking, whale watching, food and boat tours. They are travel agency authorised by the Icelandic Tourist Board.
This pick is because this is the largest in Europe, and an incredible tour. The location also helps you manage to tick a few things off your list while in Iceland such as watching the Northern Lights, bathing in the Blue Lagoon, or going Whale Watching.Book Now
To complete this you must be well prepared for the adventure. Ensure you have purchased some good hiking boots as well as hiking clothing. Also practice and wear in your boots before going. You don't want to ruin the experience by complaining about blisters.Book Now
Whether for a personal challenge, or for charity, climbing a mountain is an achievement everybody can be proud of.
A hugely popular destination at the moment, Iceland has some of the most incredible views, waterfalls and natural scenery in the world.
Witnessing these incredible creatures in their natural habitat is a privilege few get to experience.