Get up close to a glacier, two waterfalls and walk on a black sand beach Waterfalls, volcanoes, glacier and the black sand beach, as well as culture and history. Experience all of these in a single day tour. Highlights: - The beautiful and photogenic Skógafoss waterfall, situated at the cliffs of the former coastline. - View the small peninsula, cape Dyrhólaey, the southernmost point of Iceland. - The beautiful black sand beach of Reynisfjara with columnar basalt formation, ocean caves and seaside cliffs. Lunch stop on the way (not included in price). - Sólheimajökull glacier where you take an easy walk all the way to the edge of the glacier. - Seljalandsfoss, a waterfall you can walk behind in mild weather. Pick up from Hveragerði is at Sunnumörk at 09:05 and from Selfoss in front of Hótel Selfoss and at the Campsite at 09:15.
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Please arrive at 8:15 at Sterna Travel sales desk at Harpa Concert Hall, downtown Reykjavik.
Pick up from designated bus stops in Reykjavík center and all mayor hotel/hostel within the grater capital area. Pickup starts 30 minutes before the departure and may take up to 30 minutes. Please be ready at that time. Make sure you let us know beforehand where you are staying.
Remember to always dress well in Iceland. The weather can change in a matter of minutes - dress wisely.
Short easy walks on the sites visited. Warm clothing and good walking shoes highly recommended .
The south coast is an instant classic with many things to offer. In our tour, do we stop by two waterfalls, one called Seljalandsfoss where you can walk behind it. The other is the mighty Skógafoss, believed by many to be one of Iceland´s most beautiful waterfalls. Also you get the chance to walk along the black sand beach of Reynisfjara and go all the way up to a fast melting glacier called Sólheimajökull glacier (you can touch the old ice). At cape Dyrhólaey you will have an up close view of spectacular ocean cliffs where the ocean is constantly changing the shoreline of Iceland. Where else than in Iceland can you stand behind a waterfall, touch a glacier and walk on a black sand beach during a 10 hour trip? This tours offers: • The Seljalandsfoss waterfall that you can walk behind in mild weather • Black sand beach of Reynisfjara beach with columnar basalt formations and ocean carved caves. • Cape Dyrhólaey and the view of Seaside cliffs (puffin season is from:15th Mai to 20th of August) • Lunch stop is at the small village Vik • The photogenic waterfall of Skógafoss • Glacier where you walk all the way to the glacier and touch the ice. NOTE: Short, easy walks on the sites visited. Recommended to dress warm because the weather in Iceland can change in the matter of minutes.