In Þingvellir National Park, among thirty-three other lava caves that have been discovered, Litli-Björn – Vörðuhellir is the longest of them all, at over 550 meters (1815 feet) long. It was initially thought that Litli Björn and Vörðuhellir were two different caves. A tunnel has since been discovered connecting the two caves, making it just one cave.
Most of this cave has retained its original appearance, showcasing such lava tunnels’ many beautiful features. Switch on your more adventurous side and join us as we explore the wonders of Litli Björn – Vörðuhellir cave and crawl through the connecting tunnel.
In our opinion, it is always worth it to visit caves. They are so otherworldly. And it’s always a plus when it is not too difficult to check them out! It’s also not every day you get to visit a cave in a UNESCO heritage site!
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