1. Reykjavik: Wild Waterfalls, Black Beach & Glacier Day Trip
Immerse yourself in Iceland’s unique natural landscape on a guided tour of the island’s south coast. Visit glaciers, the Black Beach of Reynisfjara, the Eyjafjallajökull glacier volcano, and several waterfalls. Take a scenic hike around the Blue Ice Glacier Hike on Solheimajokull glacier. Start by visiting the two great waterfalls of the south coast, Seljalandsfoss, and Skógafoss, as well as the lesser-known waterfalls Glufrabui and Irafoss. As you continue, drive under the great Eyjafjallajökull glacier volcano and the Mýrdalsjökull glacier cap. If you’ve selected the option with the glacier hike (available on selected dates between April and October), you can embark on an optional glacier hike for about 1.5 hours and get a closer look at the Solheimajokull glacier. Continue to Reynisfjara Black Beach, where the sea crashes upon black sands and hexagonal basalt columns and rock stacks tower over the surroundings. See two volcanoes and discover five impressive waterfalls. Visit Reynisfjara and get up close to looming glaciers.