Scandinavia specialists Taber Holidays has boosted its summer offering to Iceland with excursions into the heart of a volcano and a unique ice cave.

The move follows “overwhelming demand” for the land of fire and ice.

Inside the Volcano includes a hike through the lava fields of the Blue Mountains to the rim of Thrihnukagigur volcano which is the only place with a lift inside a volcano’s magma chamber.

Into the Glacier is a day tour to Langjökull Ice Cave which is man-made cave inside one of Iceland’s largest and most spectacular glaciers. The trip begins by bus in Reykjavik and then switches to a monster truck to get to the top.

Icelandair has recently launched flights from Aberdeen to Keflavik four times a week on top of the Glasgow flights.

The operator has also added two new itineraries to explore either the north and south of the country or the west and north.

Highlights of Highland Journey Across Iceland include Reykjavik, Akureyri and Thrihnukagigur Volcano. West and North Iceland Explorer is a fly-drive trip takes in sandy beaches, rock formations, lava fields, craters and Europe’s most powerful waterfall.

Managing director Suzel Taber-Shaw said: “We are seeing an unprecedented demand for Iceland and so wanted to respond by adding even more options to ensure our guests have the best possible choice to cover every aspect of their holiday.

“With new tours, luxury accommodation and unique excursions all added for this summer, we are confident we have something to suit everyone’s taste and budget and can help create memories to last a lifetime.”