Experience the wonders of the south coast of Iceland. Glaciers, volcanos, beaches, cliffs, and more; You’re never far from breath-taking sights. We will drive from Reykjavík east along the south shore and pass through the numerous small villages dotted along the area before stopping at some of the main sights along the south coast.
Our first stop is Seljalandsfoss, a 60m high waterfall coming off the cliffs which, weather permitting, you can walk behind, and her hidden little sister Gljúfrabúi. We then drive further and stop at the Þorvaldseyri Farm, a beautiful homestead just beneath the famous Eyjafjallajökull Volcano and glacier. While there, we will see an exhibition and short film on the Eyjafjallajökul erruption of 2010.
After that we are off to Skógafoss, another beautiful and massive waterfall. Next up, we will drive to Dyrhólaey, a former island that is now connected to the mainland. The peninsula has beautiful view of the surrounding area, and is home to thousands, if not millions, of nesting birds including puffins. As we drive further we will stop at Reynisfjara beach, a black sand beach with towering basalt columns and sea stacks that is frequented by Puffins during the summer season. After a stop at the small village of Vík for lunch we will head back towards Reykjavík, stopping at a few more spots along the way, including Sólheimajökull, where you get the chance to
What you need to bring: warm waterproof clothing, good shoes.
Included: pick up and drop off, private guide, light refreshments and snacks.
Note this tour is fully customizable upon request, with possible stops available but not limited to:
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