Massive glaciers, pristine waterfalls and glistening ice caves all help to make up the well-known identity of Iceland, better known by its nickname – the land of fire and ice. The ice caves of Iceland are certainly one of the countries’ most picturesque offerings, leaving visitors stunned by the glistening and gleaming beauty, strewn from the deep blue pigments reflecting off each icy surface. Certainly,not all ice caves in Iceland are the same, and for that reason, it’s best to know which to visit and when to ensure both a safe and beautiful journey into the caves.
An ice cave tour is the best way to experience these natural beauties, where a professional team has already scouted out the best caves for the current season. For the best time to visit Iceland’s ice caves, the season typically lasts from November until the end of March, with the exception being a few other caves that are accessible depending on weather conditions.