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Iceland South Coast Full-Day Minibus Tour

1. Iceland South Coast Full-Day Minibus Tour

After an early wake-up and pick-up in one of the coolest cities of Europe, take a great 10-hour tour to see Iceland. Make your first stop at waterfall Seljalandsfoss, with no doubt one of the most famous one in the country. This is a waterfall you can walk behind, with a drop off 65 meters and a part of the river Seljalandsá which has its origins underneath the glacier Eyjafjallajökull - the famous volcano that erupted in 2010 and put the world's flights on hold.  Head to the stunning waterfall Skógafoss, one of the largest at a width of 25 meters and drop off 60 meters. It can also be seen from above as there are footsteps that lead above the waterfall. Stop in Reynisfjara for lunch. Try Icelandic meat-soup or many other dishes. Take a walk on a black sand beach and maybe see  puffins if you are lucky. After that, drive to the Village of Vík for a short stop. Sólheimajökull Glacier is between the volcanoes Katla and Eyjafjallajökull, and a part of the larger Mýrdalsjökull glacier. Be dropped off in the parking lot and take a 15 to 20-minute walk along the glacier. On the way back to the city, hear the stories about all the trolls in the rocks, the elves and stop at some secret places, before you arrive back in Reykjavik at around 6:00 PM.

Iceland: Complete Island Self-Guided Audioguide

2. Iceland: Complete Island Self-Guided Audioguide

With the Iceland complete audio guide, you get all the information that a tour guide would otherwise give you. Using GPS, the app recognizes where you are on your round trip and provides you with exciting information in the right places. So nothing stands in the way of your individual rental car tour. Your digital Iceland travel guide for the whole island of fire and ice! This audio guide offers more than 340 stations (7.5 hours of playing time) with information about the country, people, and sights in all parts of the country. It includes not only the Ring Road and the Golden Circle but also the Reykjanes and Snaefellsnes Peninsulas, the Westman Islands, the East and West Fjords, and the wild Icelandic Highlands.

Reykjavik: Tailor-Made 10-Person Exploration Tour

3. Reykjavik: Tailor-Made 10-Person Exploration Tour

Travel the country at your own pace on a 4x4 Super Jeep that is specially built to handle the rough Icelandic terrain on this guided tour from Reykjavik. Tailor the itinerary to your needs and desires and go wherever you want, when you want within a 12-hour period.  Have the option to go snorkeling in the morning, see the glaciers at midday, and reach the Blue Lagoon by the late afternoon. Take the opportunity to explore a lava tube cave, walk behind a waterfall, and see the magnificent Highlands. Be picked by the spacious all-terrain vehicle in the morning and head off to your desired destination. Ride in the Super Jeep to see more sights than you can reach on a standard bus. Enjoy the peace and quiet of a private transportation service.  Get help crafting the perfect itinerary from your guide, or choose to have your guide create a tour the most popular places. Have the option to pick a trip to unique locations that most visitors will never get to see.

From Reykjavik: South Coast Private Tour

4. From Reykjavik: South Coast Private Tour

Hop in a comfortable Super Jeep for a private tour with a maximum of 7 people. Spend the day exploring the scenic South Coast of Iceland. Begin by visiting some of the areas that were most affected by the 2010 eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, during which volcanic ash halted all air traffic between North America and Europe. Learn how volcanic eruptions have shaped the geology and culture of Iceland. Continue on to admire the beautiful Seljalandsfoss waterfall. Follow your guide down the path directly behind the fall to reach the mighty Skógafoss waterfall. Walk and drive down black sand beaches pounded by the Atlantic surf. Check out the towering, bird-inhabited cliffs surrounding the quaint coastal village of Vík. Stop in at local restaurants and cafes in Vik to get a sense of Icelandic life.  Enjoy the flexible itinerary of this private tour and feel free to make requests or ask for suggestions from your guide. Rest assured that this personalized experience is the best way to get to know one of Iceland's most beautiful regions.

From Reykjavík: Private South Coast Trip with Glacier Hike

5. From Reykjavík: Private South Coast Trip with Glacier Hike

The south coast of Iceland is known for its stunning landscapes and natural wonders, and a guided tour is the perfect way to experience it all. One of the highlights of a tour of the South Coast is a hike on a nearby glacier. These tours combine the best of both worlds, allowing visitors to explore the beautiful South Coast and also experience the unique features of a glacier. The tour will take you along the South Coast, where you will see some of Iceland’s most iconic landmarks, including the black sand beaches, waterfalls, and volcanic landscapes. You will also have the opportunity to see the famous Eyjafjallajökull and Hekla volcanoes. After exploring the South Coast, you will head to the glacier for a guided hike. The guides are experienced and familiar with the area, and they will provide all the necessary equipment such as crampons and ice axes, making the hike safe and enjoyable. During the hike, you will learn about the formation and geology of the glacier, as well as the effects of climate change on glaciers. The hike on the glacier is an unforgettable experience, you will be able to see the stunning blue ice, and the unique features of the glacier such as moulins, crevasses, and ice caves. You will also have the opportunity to take some amazing pictures of the surrounding landscapes. The South Coast of Iceland and glacier hike tour is a great way to experience the best of Iceland’s natural beauty. It offers a unique blend of coastal landscapes and glaciers, and it’s a great opportunity to learn about Iceland’s geology, history, and culture from experienced guides. If you’re planning a trip to Iceland, this tour is definitely worth considering.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 7 reviews

Our group of 9 had a great day with Bus Driver Annie! It was a pretty small bus (we had close to half of it to ourselves) which made it feel pretty personal. Everything we saw was absolutely breathtaking - several different waterfalls (all extremely unique), a glacier, a few villages, and (probably the highlight) a black sand beach and cave, which is easily recognizable from Game of Thrones. Annie was a fantastic guide, giving us so much background on everything we saw, Iceland's history, recommendations in Reykjavik, a taste of different Icelandic music, and a witty sense of humor. Would recommend this tour to anyone wanting to see a lot of Iceland in a single day!

Our guide has been one of the best we ever had. He really guided us through an authentic journey in discovering the South Coast of Island. Don’t miss this excursions, you won’t be disappointed!

Nice tour in a smaller group. Our guide Jonas was very attentive and was able to tell a lot about the country and its people.

A big "Thank you" to our tour guide Siggi, who is very humorous and helpful! I enjoyed the tour very much, thank you!

Iceland is beautiful and our guide Wally helped us uncover the frozen treasures on the south coast!