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South Coast Tour | Semi Private Tour (max 3 prs.)

Listing ID: 59496
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What Will You Do


- We will pick you up from your accommodation with our 4x4 vehicle. Then our departure from Reykjavik will officially begin! It takes around 2 hours to arrive at the first attraction.

- Our first stop will be the amazing Seljalandfoss waterfall. Seljalandsfoss is one of the most breath-taking waterfalls in South Iceland with a whooping 196 ft (60 m) cascade. The waterfall is loved by travellers as you can actually walk behind it!

- After that, we will head to the gigantic Skógafoss waterfall. After a few meters of walking, you will be at the foot of the imposing waterfall, whose noise is deafening. Expect to be soaked from head to toe if you venture too close!

Also, if you want you can take the 370 steps to the top of Skogafoss waterfall and you will be rewarded with an awe-inspiring view out over south Iceland’s coastline!

- After a 30-min drive we will arrive at Reynisfjara/Black beach! That is a beach like no other. Storm grey organ-shaped basalt columns, black volcanic sand, and basalt caves are just some of the features to be found at Reynisfjara. Watch out for the waves and take awesome photos!

- After that, we will head back to Reykjavík. It is a long drive of 2 1/2 hours but you do not need to worry about that. You can relax and get cosy in our warm and comfortable jeep. Our guide will drop you right in front of your accommodation.

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  • Snacks
  • Coffee



  • Lunch
  • Waterproof & Warm Clothing 


Please note

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not stroller accessible
  • Not suitable for pets
  • No public transportation nearby
  • Infants must not sit on laps
  • Infant seats unavailable
  • Not recommended for people with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for people with heart conditions
  • What to wear on tour: a) hiking boots (mandatory for the glacier), b) waterproof & warm clothing
  • What to wear on tour: a) hiking boots (mandatory for the glacier), b) waterproof & warm clothing

What do I need to bring?

  • Hiking boots (mandatory for the glacier)
  • Waterproof & warm clothing
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We offer pick-up to hotels from Reykjavik

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