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IN Travel & Adventure ON 15 May, 2015
Adventure tour operators Baldvin Einarsson and Hallgrímur Örn Arngrímsson came up with a mind-blowing idea to revolutionise the ''ice experience'' in 2010. And right after four years, they made it happen.
We have a good news for all those who love to explore. The biggest man-made ice cave in the world is built in Iceland and it is set open from June 2015. The huge ice cave is constructed into the Langjökull glacier. Visitors can plunge 2,624ft into the glacier and have the very first experience of being into the heart of the biggest glacier. There are almost all the arrangements inside the ice cave to make your ice moments memorable. This might leave you amazed, but arrangements are made even for the underground weddings.
The trip cost begins from £87 and it takes 2-3 hours to travel through the cave. The exclusive and luxurious trip costs £1,306.
The chapel is waiting to welcome all those who are planning to marry this year.
The whole scenery of West Iceland can be viewed from this area.
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