3 Day Golden Circle, South Coast, Glacial Lagoon and Northern Lights Tour Multi-day tour Best seller

Our partner: Vilholdt Rejser


Discover Iceland´s South shore from all sides in small groups and be guided by one of the most experienced local guide´s in Iceland. We only use local English speaking guides who can tell you all about Iceland’s history, culture, robber stories and of course the fairy tales about the Icelandic Vikings. You visit the main sights, the beautiful waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers and drive with bus in a small group. In the evening it is possible to see the beautiful Northern Lights Aurora Borealis from our wonderful accommodations.

Tour highlights 

The Golden Circle, Þingvellir nationalpark (Thingvellir), Geysir, Gullfoss, Fridheimar Greenhouse, Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss, Dyrholaey, The Black Sand Beach, The Glacier Lagoon Jökulsárlón, Vatnajökull Europas largest glacier, Ice Cave, Diamond Beach.

What´s Included

·      Pick-up & drop off from Reykjavík

·      Guided Minibus Tour

·      Local Icelandic English speaking guide

·      Golden Circle (Gullfoss, Geysir & Þingvellir)

·      Fridheimar Greenhouse incl. soup & bread

·      Highlights of the South Coast

·      Icelandic traditional Meat Soup

·      Ice Cave Visit and Glacier Hiking (3 hours)

·      Certified Glacier Guide

·      All Necessary Glacier Equipment

·      All Required Safety Equipment

·      Hotel Room with Private Bathroom for 2 nights

·      Hotel Breakfasts on Days 2 & 3

What to bring

·      Warm clothing - it's winter and we're out in nature

·      Windproof Jacket

·      Waterproof suit

·      Hiking boots or shoes

·      Camera

Additional information

Aurora Borealis (Northern lights)

The changing, brilliant patterns of light that spin and turn restlessly in the sky above your head on a cold evening in the northern heights. In Latin called aurora borealis or better known as Northern Lights. The phenomenon appears high up (100-200 km) above the earth's surface, where the atmosphere is extremely thin.

It is possible to see the Aurora Borealis in Iceland from September – April but it is no guarantee to see the this beautiful phenomena.


Golden Circle & The Famous waterfall
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Golden Circle & The Famous waterfall

We pick you up at your accommodation in Reykjavik at 9.00

Þingvellir National Park is almost regarded as a holy place in Iceland. This is where the Icelandic parliament was established in the year 930 and therefore it is of great historical, cultural and geological importance. At Þingvellir you can clearly see how the Eurasian and North American plates are drifting apart. You are literally standing on the border between Europe and America. Þingvellir is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Lunch at Fridheimar Greenhouse – Great experience!!

Have you ever been out for a meal in a greenhouse? We will take you to the most famous greenhouse in Iceland where you can enjoy a unique food experience in their restaurant, with tomatoes growing all around! Tomato soup and fresh-baked bread, as well as other goodies, in a charming environment among the plants.

Geysir and Gullfoss waterfall

Geysir - one of the greatest natural attractions of Iceland and gave name to all geysers in the world. Geyser are a rare natural phenomenon and the original geyser is almost inactive today. But the neighbor Strokkur explodes approximately every 5-10 minutes with a 20-40-meter-high water fountain.

Gullfoss is by many considered the most beautiful waterfall in Iceland. The iconic waterfall is fed by the second biggest glacier in Iceland, Langjökull and falls 32 meters into a canyon offering a spectacular view surrounded by walls up to 70-meter high. 

Seljalandsfoss waterfall

At Seljalandsfoss waterfall you will get the chance to walk behind it, which is an exceptional experience for waterfalls. The waterfall falls from the cliff with immense power, forming a deep pool at the bottom. Continuing east, the next stop is the picturesque waterfall Skogafoss. We offer you an opportunity to take a hike to the top, providing you with an incredible view.

Overnight staying 

Solheimahjaleigan or close to VIK 

Breakfast included & lunch included

The Black beach & The Glacier Lagoon Jokulsarlon
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The Black beach & The Glacier Lagoon Jokulsarlon

Departure from the hotel at 9.00 

We drive to the dramatic black sand beach of Reynisfjara. The waves have forged the shore and basalt cliffs over time, forming many of the famous natural gems in the area. The Reynisdrangar sea stacks are just off the shore, flanked by the amazing 120m (400ft) high Dyrholaey promontory, which is the southernmost tip of Iceland. Dyrholaey is the hometown for many different art of sea birds ex. LUNDI. From Reynisfjara we continue our journey towards the east through enchanting lava fields and desert glacier sands. A wonderful contrast of scenery. We travel across the mighty lava field Eldhraun, where we learn about the 1789 volcanic eruption that nearly wiped out the entire population of Iceland, resulting with the King of Denmark contemplating whether the entire island should be evacuated.

The Crystal Blue Ice Cave Adventure

On this tour you can look forward to a scenic drive in our special super jeeps up to the glacier. Her you will be provided with the right equipment. All our guides have great experience on the glacier, they are very professional and know the ice caves inside out. We care about your safety! 

The Glacier Lagoon & Diamond Beach

The Glacier Lagoon is a very special attraction where you can see the iceberg move to the ocean. Sometimes seals can be spotted in the lagoon. There will be a changed to sail among the icebergs and seals and get some amazing pictures. On Diamond beach the icebergs melt in the black sand and look like diamonds – fantastic sight. 

In the evening we offer traditional Icelandic lamb soup with freshly baked bread. If you want something else, it is possible to order from the menu. (not included).


- Black Sand Beach

- Eldhraun (lava field)

- Glacier Lagoon Jökulsárlón

- Blue ice cave


Overnight Staying 

Gerdi Guesthouse - https://gerdi.is/home/

South Shore – Reykjavik
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South Shore – Reykjavik

Departure from Gerdi Guesthouse at 9.00 am

We drive towards Reykjavik where we stop at several beautiful sights along the South shore in Iceland. 


The wiew along the gorge is very beautiful with steep walls and many beautiful colors. The bedrock in Fjardargljufur consists mostly of palogonite from the cold periods of the ice age and is around 2 million years old. 


The small coastal town of Vik in Myrdal has only 300 inhabitants. When traveling along Iceland´s south coast the town is the obvious place to take your lunch break. 


You can view the 64 m high waterfall from land, where the flat terrain has made it possible to get up close – If you don´t mind getting soaked. But you can also climb the approx. 400 steps and enjoy the view from the top.  


We expect to arrive in Reykjavik at 18.00.



- Fjardargljufur

- Vik i Myrdal 

- Skogafoss