Volcano Fishing

Volcano Fishing – General Information

Volcano Fishing Adventures, this trip has it all! Starting with the great lakes of the South East Highlands, ever so popular with Icelanders, you will get the opportunity to fish in various lakes, such as Frostastadavatn and Volcano Lake just to name a few. These lakes are mostly inhabited by arctic char and brown trout, which are found in great numbers in these lakes. Whether or not you love to fish or prefer to go hiking and sightseeing, you will not be disappointed by the environment which is both diverse and breathtaking. The black sands, craters, lava, moss, crystal clear lakes, and streams interspersed with muddy, reddish-brown glacial lakes and giant waterfalls are truly a sight to see. The trip will conclude with an unforgettable thermal swim in the hot spring stream in Landmannalaugar.

Both Fly Fishing and Spin Fishing are permitted in the South East Highland lakes.

Itinerary

08:00 am – Pick up at your hotel. Sightseeing on the way to the Highlands.
10:00 am – 01:00 pm – Arrival at Volcano lake and start fishing, depending on sight-seeing time.
01:00 pm – Lunch served in nature. Snacks are available throughout the day.
05:00 pm – Visit Landmannalaugar geothermal hot springs and geological wonder.
06:30 pm – Drive to Reykjavík.
09:00 pm – Arrive at the hotel.

What’s Included

Transportation to and from Reykjavik
Fishing licenses
Private guide
Equipment (rod, waders, and flies)
Lunch box, snacks, and drinks

What do I need to bring?

A traditional waterproof outdoor jacket is recommended
Camera
Swimsuit for geothermal hot springs

Price

Price per person is $400
Price for a guide is (mandatory) $710 (three people can share one guide)
For groups larger than 6 persons or if the tour is sold out online, please contact us directly
*Price varies based on currency flucations

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Accessability

  • Easy – Very little hiking required, easy for every one.
  • Modrate – Some hiking required.
  • Hard – Strenuous hiking require, good physical conditions required.
  • Mixed – Some easy access areas and others that require hiking.