Iceland South Coast Tour

Iceland South Coast tour around known and hidden waterfalls to Black beach travelling by minibus. From the powerful waterfalls to barren volcanic waste-lands and black-sand beaches. This is an unique Iceland south coast day trip with hidden places that will inspire you.

Seljalandsfoss is an unique 60 meter high waterfall at the bottom of a cliff with a foot path behind. Skógafoss is a classically-shaped rectangular waterfall. Adding to its allure is that the high volume of water makes it thunder and produce a rainbow-yielding mist that often make these falls a photographer’s dream under sunny skies.

On top in the higher area of Dyrhólaey the southern most tip of Iceland you will have a breathtaking view to all directions, during the summer it’s the best place to see puffins.

Reynisfjara shore known also as the Black Sand Beach is the world-famous shore. Black pebble beach and features an amazing cliff of regular basalt columns resembling a rocky step pyramid, which is called Gardar.

  • Duration

    9 – 10 hours

  • Available

    Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday

  • Pick up

    between 8:30 – 9:00 AM

  • Price

    Children 0-5 years :: Free *
    Children 6-14 years :: 9.900 ISK
    Adults 14+ years :: 12.400 ISK

  • Details
    • FREE pickup from hotel
    • limit of one free child seat per adult
    • guidance
    • bottled water
    • free WiFi on board
    • lunch is not included (we will make a lunch stop).

Main sights:

  • Reykjavík
  • Gljúfrafoss/Gljúfrabúi/
  • Seljalandsfoss
  • Skógafoss
  • Kvernufoss
  • Dyrhólay – puffins
  • Reynisfjara shore and black sand beach

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Reykjavík

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Gljúfrafoss

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Seljalandsfoss

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Skógafoss

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Kvernufoss

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Dyrhólaey

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Reynisfjara Beach

Reykjavík

the world’s northernmost capital city

Reykjavík, Iceland’s coastal capital, serves for many Icelandic visitors as a gateway to the rugged adventure options beyond. Recharge after outdoor pursuits in one of the many geothermal springs or luxurious indoor spas. It’s also home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history.

Gljúfrafoss

Gljúfrafoss or Gljúfrabúi is a small waterfall north of the larger falls of Seljalandsfoss in Iceland. The falls are partially obscured by the cliff rock, but hikers can follow a trail to enter the narrow canyon where the water plummets to a small pool. There is also a winding trail nearby and a wooden staircase to enable sightseers to climb roughly halfway up and view the falls from another perspective.

Seljalandsfoss

one of the best known waterfalls in Iceland

A unique 60 meter high waterfall on the river Seljalandsá, about 30 km west from Skógar. There is a foot path behind it at the bottom of the cliff.

Skógafoss

is a classically-shaped rectangular waterfall that drops 60m with a width of 25m.

one of the most famous waterfalls on Iceland

Adding to its allure is that the high volume of water makes it thunder and produce a rainbow-yielding mist that often make these falls a photographer’s dream under sunny skies.

Kvernufoss

the area is a part of the recently established Katla Geopark

Located at the other end of Skógar, Kvernufoss is definitely a hidden gem. Kvernufoss lies at the bottom of a beautiful gorge and there is a short but a very enjoyable walk to the waterfall. There is a cave behind the waterfall which you can enter and observe the waterfall from a different perspective.

Puffins

The Atlantic Puffin, usually simply called the Puffin, is a member of the auk family and is the most common auk in Iceland. The upright stance and black and white plumage of auks remind some people of penguins although the two families are in fact not closely related.

The total population of puffins is estimated to be between 8 and 10 million birds

Iceland South Coast Tour is your best chance to see puffins on the island.

Reynisfjara shore

known also as the Black Sand Beach is the world-famous shore near the village Vik in Myrdalur on Iceland’s South Coast.

Reynisfjara is a black pebble beach and features an amazing cliff of regular basalt columns resembling a rocky step pyramid, which is called Gardar.