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From Reykjavik: South Coast Guided Group Adventure

1. From Reykjavik: South Coast Guided Group Adventure

Ride from Reykjavik and journey to the south of Iceland. Stop to see the majestic Skógafoss waterfall. Walk along the black sand beach of Reynisfjara, and reach Vik I Myrdal, the southernmost tip of the country. Visit hidden waterfalls on the way back, one underneath the Volcano Eyjafjallajökull. Pass the Hellisheiðarvirkjun geothermal power plant that supplies the capital's energy and travel through the mountain pass. Capture the ocean view and see the ice cap of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier, with a chance to spot the Westman Islands. Arrive at the stunning Skógafoss waterfall, known for it's appearance in Game of Thrones. Become speechless as it falls 60 meters and try to find the legendary hidden treasure behind it. Visit one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world, the Reynisfjara black sand beach. View the basalt columns and hear the intriguing stories and sagas that are connected to this amazing place. Reach the southern tip of the country, Vik I Myrdal. Find the charming fishing village, visit the local church, and view the entire settlement. Stop on the way back and see the Sólheimajökull glacier. Finish the day at the exquisite Seljalandsfoss waterfall, tucked underneath the infamous Eyjafjallajökull volcano. Take a chance to walk behind it and visit its hidden cousin, Gljúfrabúi, before heading back to Reykjavik.

From Reykjavík: South Coast Waterfall, Black Sand & Ice tour

2. From Reykjavík: South Coast Waterfall, Black Sand & Ice tour

Enjoy a scenic tour of Iceland’s southern coast and witness some of Iceland’s most iconic natural sites. See the glacier-covered peaks of Eyjafjallajökull, the Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls and much more. Take in panoramic views of the most remote interior regions of the highlands. Marvel at the beauty of the Sólheimajökull glacier and the unearthly basalt columns in Reynisfjara. Walk along the spirited black sand beaches of Dyrhólaey. Experience one of the most geographically diverse routes in Iceland on this 10-hour tour. Return to Reykjavik in the evening with memories that are sure to last a lifetime.

From Reykjavik: 2-Day South Coast Trip & Glacier Hike

3. From Reykjavik: 2-Day South Coast Trip & Glacier Hike

This thrilling two day-tour begins with a scenic drive to Þingvellir National Park. You'll see the gigantic gap between the Eurasian and American tectonic plates and learn about how the world's oldest parliament ruled Iceland from here for a thousand years! Then we'll make our way to the colorful Geysir geothermal area. You'll see fountains of boiling water shoot high into the sky every few minutes while stepping between hissing hot pots and steam vents! Our next stop is Gullfoss, where you'll see a stunning two-tier waterfall thunder more than 30 meters into a deep canyon. The roaring "Gold Falls" create sheets of spray and rainbows on sunny days, so you'll get some fantastic photos here! Then you'll see the multi-colored volcanic crater at Kerið. Covered in red earth and velvet-green mosses, with a bright blue lake, it creates a fabulous mix of colors! We'll stop for the night at Hveragerði, a tiny South Coast town famous for geothermal greenhouses and sitting on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, where you can stand on two continents simultaneously! The second day begins with three wonderful waterfalls, starting at Seljalandsfoss. Glacial meltwater tumbles down more than 60 meters from a volcano in a narrow ribbon of water. You can even walk through a cave to see the falls from behind! Close by is Skógafoss, another spectacular 60-meter-high cascade famous for being featured in Hollywood movies and TV shows like "Game of Thrones". If it's a sunny day, you'll see rainbows here! The second day's highlight is a trip to Sólheimajokull for an unforgettable glacier hike. This easy-to-reach glacier tongue lets you see these fascinating ice formations up close! The tour ends with a visit to Reynisfjara, the famous black sand beach. A photographer's dream, you'll be thrilled by the endless volcanic sands, the stunning basalt columns, the mighty Atlantic waves and the jagged sea stacks of the Reynisdrangar. The perfect end to an unforgettable trip!

Reykjavik: Vatnajökull Glacier Hike & Jökulsárlón w/ Photos

4. Reykjavik: Vatnajökull Glacier Hike & Jökulsárlón w/ Photos

This tour is a full days adventure on the road to the photogenic Vatnajökull National Park. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel in Reykjavík and teach you about the land of ice and fire as you make your way east along the famous ring road. Coffee and lunch stops will be made at the cozy coastal town of Vik. From there, we will head into the national park and hike onto a massive outlet glacier to truly experience the ice below our feet. After a 3 hour glacier hike, we will then drive to the Diamond Beach and Glacier Lagoon, two true wonders of the world where you can witness massive icebergs along the black sand coast. We end the day driving back towards Reykjavík where your guide will drop you off at your hotel. Destinations: Vik, Vatnajökull National Park, Skaftafell, Diamond Beach and Glacier Lagoon/Jokulsarlon Throughout this tour, your guide will also be your photographer. Meaning that they will take photos of you during all of these experiences. After the tour is over, we will edit and send them to you for you to keep as a memory of your epic adventure!

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What people are saying about Iceland South Coast

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 110 reviews

Wonderful experience, much much exceeded expectations. Simon, the guide who spoke 4 languages, was very nice and very well prepared. He took us to places I will never forget. Travel comfort and perfect management of all situations. We made more stages than those described. 10/10 recommended experience at best!

it was amazing. the tour guide Rodrigo is a very nice person, my experience was very smooth. Segway is definitely one of the best ways to enjoy Malaga. getting top of Gibralfaro castle via Segway is worth to do...feeling the mountain, soft wind and city. Segway is easy to learn and very stable.

We hiked up to a glazier and across a frozen lake to climb upon an iceberg. Our guide was very informative & funny. The waterfall was terrific and lunch at the soup station was delicious. We had about 9 people on board for this trip and that was very comfortable.

Our guide, Chris, was very knowledgeable and made our South Coast excursion very enjoyable. Not only was he watching out for us due to the swelling waves at Reynisfjara Beach, he ran over to a mother and child to prevent them possibly being swept out.

Fabulous tour. Great guide who knew all about Iceland and its history.