Helicopter Flight to Erupting Volcano in Iceland


Up to 1 hour


All year



Minimum Age

2 years


Get the best view of the erupting volcano on Iceland’s Reykjanes Peninsula with a helicopter tour. Skip the long and challenging hike, otherwise needed to see this spectacular natural display, and enjoy yourself as you soar across the sky, seeing the live volcano from above.

Though Iceland is one of the most volcanically active countries in the world, seeing an erupting volcano is rare. Visiting this eruption on land requires a 5-hour uphill hike on rough terrain. However, this helicopter tour allows you to skip that. You’ll get an unbelievable view of the live volcano and won’t waste a whole day hiking, allowing you more time to see Iceland’s other amazing attractions.

On this tour, you will meet your guide at the Reykjavík Domestic Airport. After introductions, your guide will give you a helmet with a radio and help you strap yourself into your seatbelt before grabbing the chopper’s control and taking it to the sky.

You’ll watch as the surrounding buildings get smaller and smaller during your ascension. As you take in the view of the city from above, the pilot will begin to make their way to the Reykjanes Peninsula. After soaring over ancient, moss-covered lava fields, you’ll start to see the red glow of the active volcano.

The erupting fissure is surrounded by a jet-black stone field of hardened lava. In the middle, the erupting volcano constantly spits out glowing, red lava in all directions. It is a sight you will surely never forget.

Witness Mother Nature’s destructive force on this fantastic volcano helicopter tour. This is undoubtedly a once-in-lifetime opportunity you don’t want to miss. So book now to secure your spot on this popular tour.


  • 35-45 minutes flightseeing
  • English-speaking guide

Not included

  • Transport to and from the airport
  • Landing at the eruption site

Good to know

  • This tour is weather dependent

What to bring

  • Camera


From 69,000 kr. /pp.

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