Fagradalsfjall, Reykjavik, Iceland

After more than 800 years of sleeping, the Fagradalsfjall volcano awoke and began its eruption on March 19, 2021, lasting for an impressive six months. Surprisingly, it erupted once again on August 3, 2022, and a third eruption occurred on July 10, 2023, which is still ongoing. Notably, this latest eruption surpassed the previous two in intensity, with the initial lava flow estimated to be ten times greater than the first eruption. Given the current state of volcanic activity, it presents a unique opportunity to experience a live volcano up close and witness the awe-inspiring fresh lava flows. At Fagradalsfjall.com, we aim to provide you with the best prices on remarkable tours of Fagradalsfjall and accommodations in the Reykjavik, the capital region of Iceland. Plan your visit now to make the most of this extraordinary natural spectacle.

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