Volcano tours attract thousands of visitors to Iceland
Friday 24, September 2010
Holidays in Iceland are soon becoming the hottest travel idea, due popular volcano tours. This is attributable to the eruptions close to the Eyjafjallajökull glacier, where over 10 thousand people have already visited the eruption site.
As the volcano is easily approachable, you can get up close to one of mother nature’s most spectacular sights. At the “tourist friendly” site you can experience the sounds, the smells and feel the ground vibrate from the sheer force of the volcano underneath your feet. You can even take home a piece of volcanic rock as a souvenir of your experience.
For your chance to visit this wonderful landmark, leading travel provider Icelandtotal.com offers various volcano tours and package deals for those inquisitive. The online travel shop provides several single day tours and holiday packages to the Fimmvorduhals volcanic eruption.
Special package deals offered by Icelandtotal.com include Super Jeep tours to the site of the eruption, as well as three nights accommodation. You can also take the self-drive option and stay at a hotel near the site of the volcano.
If you only have limited time, Icelandtotal.com also offers unique single day tours. There you can choose from the Super Jeep tour, guided bus tour, or a Helicopter sightseeing tour over the area.
For more information about holidays in Iceland and volcano tours visit http://www.icelandtotal.com
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