This is Iceland's latest contribution to the more rugged end of the holiday spectrum -- a day-jaunt that takes visitors inside one of the country's many volcanoes, the Daily Mail reported.
Luckily, the lava-spurting peak Thrihnukagigur is mostly safe enough for tourists to descend into one of its magma chambers.
Those brave enough to sign up for this trip are first lowered 120 meters into the maw of the volcano by a cable lift, and can then stroll where melted rock was once ebbing.
Those interested in taking the tour can book it online, for 37,000 Icelandic Krona.
(China.org.cn May 6, 2012)