The Beautiful South Coast from Reykjavík

The Seljalandsfoss waterfall that you can walk behind in mild weather. Black sand beach of Reynisfjara beach with columnar basalt formations and ocean carved caves. Cape Dyrhólaey and the view of Seaside cliffs (puffin season is from:15th Mai to 20th of August) The photogenic waterfall of Skógafoss Sólheimajökull glacier where you take an easy walk all the way to the edge of the glacier

Duration: 9,5 – 10 hours
Location: South Iceland
Season: All year

Departures: 8:30 –  every day from Harpa concert Hall, downtown Reykjavík. Pick up from accommodation in Reykjavik starts 30 minutes before departure.
Arrival: 18:00 – 18:30
Included: Bus tour, English speaking guide.
Excluded: Meals and beverage (lunch stop at village Vík or Reynisfjoru)

Where else than in Iceland can you stand behind a waterfall, touch a glacier and walk on a black sand beach during a 10 hour trip?An extremely comprehensive tour of Iceland’s south coast.
The south coast is an instant classic with much to offer. We stop by two waterfalls, one called Seljalandsfoss that you can walk behind. The other is the mighty Skógafoss believed by many to be one of Iceland´s most beautiful waterfalls. You get the chance to walk along the black sand beach of Reynisfjara and up close to a fast melting glacier called Sólheimajökull glacier.  View cape Dyrhólaey, spectacular ocean cliffs where the ocean is constantly changing the shoreline of Iceland.

An extremely comprehensive tour of the south coast.

This tours offers:

  • The Seljalandsfoss waterfall that you can walk behind in mild weather
  • Black sand beach of Reynisfjara beach with columnar basalt formations and ocean carved caves.
  • Cape Dyrhólaey and the view of Seaside cliffs (puffin season is from:15th Mai to 20th of August)
  • Lunch stop is at the small village Vik or Reynisfjara
  • The photogenic waterfall of Skógafoss
  • Sólheimajökull glacier where you take an easy walk all the way to the edge of the glacier

NOTE: Short, easy walks on the sites visited. Recommended to dress warm because the weather in Iceland can change in the matter of minutes.

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