The dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano is a unique natural phenomenon. By setting up the necessary gear and equipment, we’ve created a tour that opens the door to a new world.
It really isn’t that complicated to experience it. All you need is the willingness to do a moderate 45–50 minute hike (to get to the crater) and the guts to descend 120 meters/400 feet to the bottom of the crater in an open cable lift.
We encourage you to read more about Thrihnukagigur volcano and take a look at the detailed itinerary of the tour.
The below video should also give you a good idea of what it’s all about:
We ask all visitors to behave responsibly during the tour. The environment is extremely sensitive and we expect visitors to leave no footprint in the environment. What you carry in, you carry out.
You will be surrounded by expert guides at all times and you can rest assured that extreme safety precautions are taken at every step of the process.
“Standing inside a volcano is a strangely emotional experience.”