Black beaches, glaciers and waterfalls
The south of Iceland abounds in black sand beaches, beautiful waterfalls, towering icecaps and glaciers.
We keep the plan of the day flexible and our local guides adjust it to weather and your preferences.
Among the most popular places to stop by at are the powerful waterfall Skógafoss, one of the trademarks of the South, the Eyjafjallajökull Visitor Centre in Þorvaldseyri to learn about the 2010 eruption, the “now connected” island Dyrholaey with its cliffed coastal feateurs, the black polished pebble beach at Reynisfjara (including excellent columnar basalt cliffs) and the beautiful and photogenic little coastal village of Vík.
We also have some secret places on the way, among them the oldest swimming pool in Iceland, Seljavallalaug and the airplane wrack on Skógasandur.
Along this route, there are pleasant restaurants and cafés that offer a wide variety of local cuisine.
This tour is easy to combine with an Ice Walk (and even an Ice Climb) on Sólheimajökull, the outlet glacier from Mýrdalsjökull icecap or with snowmobiling on Mýrdalsjökull icecap itself (underneath which sits the volcano Katla).
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- 4 – 5 hours of super jeep driving
- Solheimajokull glacier
- The black beaches – Reynisfjara
- Super jeep guide
- Possible to combine with glacier hike, ice climb and snowmobiling
- You can request for a private tour (most popular)
- This tour can be combined with most of our other tours and activities
*Children up to 12 years of age get 30% discount