The best thing to do on a rainy day in Iceland is either to go swimming or caving! G spot Iceland chooses caving.
Iceland is filled caves of all sizes and shapes. Caves are important in Icelandic history, as many of them have served as shelters for people or animals in harsh winters, some were made by titans:) some caves in Iceland are still used as sheds, or barns, for sheep. Iceland is situated on top of a ‘hot spot’ on Earth, where there are dozens of volcanoes, craters and hot springs. Many lava tubes from the volcanoes have turned into caves, some craters have cracks that reveal hidden caves and some hot springs are even situated within caves. One example is Grjótagjá, famed for a love scene from Game of Thrones, but it is, unfortunately, not possible to bathe in it. There are four kinds of caves in Iceland: Lava caves, glacier caves, ice caves and man-made caves.
For lava caving experience in Iceland, you will need G spot Iceland. Company specializes in Icelandic lava caves exploration. We offer are many caving tours to choose from, all of them include necessary equipment and professional caving photography. Most of the caves we visit is available all year round.
Please, remember not to leave any trash or take rocks from caves- especially stalagmites and stalactites lava formations. In Iceland, we love and respect our nature and visitors are encouraged to behave responsibly during their stay.