Go to the ice cave probably feels like another world. If you are curious might be able to come to The Glacier, the largest man-made ice cave in the world. The ice cave was opened to the public on June 1, 2015.
The location is in the Langjokull, the heart of the second largest glacier in Europe, Iceland. Cave deepest point 1000 feet below the surface of the glacier, the room contains a series of exquisitely carved. As reported by the Daily Mail, Saturday (23/05/2015).
In the cave there is also a small chapel that can be used for underground weddings. Caves was deliberately made to create a better experience for tourists who are obsessed with the ice age.
To get to the cave is also needed “struggle” special, with up special trucks that can run on a glacier or by helicopter. Used clothing must also be supportable ( very thick ), considering the temperature in the cave is very cold.
Entering the cave, eyes will be pampered with beauty of ice carving. After stepping into the magnificent glacier location, then explore the winding space and experience the peak of experience in the world of ice to see the beauty of the ice cliff.