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Biking Tour and Myatn Nature Baths from Reykjahlid

Biking Tour and Myatn Nature Baths from Reykjahlid

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Cover more ground, and a wider variety of terrain, than possible on foot on this mountain bike tour from Mývatn. Visit the “underground bakery” where locals steam bake bread underground using the heat of hot springs. Continue past the first steam generator in Iceland and head to the old bathing caves close to the fissure cave of Grjótagjá. Afterward, relax in the natural steam baths of Mývatn Naturebaths before hopping back on your bike to return.
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  • 3 hours
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Hiking with Husky in Akureyri

Hiking with Husky in Akureyri

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Have you ever been pulled by a husky? Here is your chance to try this in Iceland. We are an Icelandic family that are completely in love of huskies. We love to share our passion
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These hidden gems in North Iceland may have limited interaction with crowds: