Enjoy a semi-private, personal view of waterfalls, glaciers, volcanoes, and the black sand beaches with your certified guide. Whether you like comfortable leisure, more adventure, or a bit of both, this tour is made for you.
In two days you will drive along the magnificent South coast, see stops at Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, see waterfall, walk along a black sandy beach, see the Skaftafell national park, visit a glacier lagoon and experience a private glacier hike with certified guide!
Don´t worry about the equipment as the price of the tour includes waterproof mountaineering boots, technical glacier equipment, and extra rain gear.
Day 1 (scenic day)
At 08:00, your guide will pick you up at your accommodation, and the group departs Reykjavík. Driving along the south coast of Iceland is majestic, with small villages and endless history. The first stop is the Seljalandsfoss waterfall, one of Iceland’s most famous sights. As the tour drives along the south coast, the next stop is the Skógafoss waterfall for a relaxing view of the cascading waterfall. Lunch is held at the Reynisfjara beach bistro, before walking down to the black sand beach and enjoy the geological formations. In the afternoon, the group departs towards Skaftafell national park, where we are introduced to the surrounding areas before a well-deserved dinner. In the evening, we rest at a local hotel located underneath Iceland’s most spectacular mountain ranges.
Day 2 (activity day)
After breakfast, at 09:00, the group departs the Hotel and drives further east towards the famous and spectacular Glacier lagoon where the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier calves into the lagoon. A sight no one should miss while in the country. See the glacier ice in the clear water and the icy black
In the afternoon, we will go for a glacier walk on the Svínafellsjökull glacier with your certified glacier guide. All technical equipment is introduced in detail, and the group explores the glacial wonder world for about 1.5hours before driving back to Reykjavík city with sightseeing stops along the way.