Ice Caving (in winter)
During the winter moths experience the extraordinary beauty of an ice cave near Vatnajökull glacier, the largest glacier in Europe. Enveloped in the snowy hills of a national park, ice caves are rare phenomena that form naturally. The cave which has been specially chosen for its dazzling structure. When getting to the cave you will have a short walk through the landscape where you can learn about the mighty Vatnajokull glacier. The ice caves are a long time in the making. Each fall, after the meltwater of spring has begun to freeze, local guides from the area hunt for new ice caves. This is why the location of the caves change every year and every ice cave is unique and newly formed.