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1. From Reykjavik: South Coast & Glacier Hike
Journey to Seljalandsfoss waterfall where you get the chance to walk behind the 60-meter fall. There will definitely be drizzle behind the breathtaking waterfall, so put on your rain gear and get your cameras ready! The adventure continues at Skógarfoss waterfall, a powerful 60-meter drop from what used to be coastline. You can enjoy the beautiful view from above after running up the 527 steps that lead to the top. Skógarfoss was a filming location for the Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Thor: The Dark World as well as several music videos. On the iconic black sand beach discover magnificent basalt columns as well as the rock pillars named Reynisdrangar. Be sure to watch out for the unpredictable sneaker waves while enjoying the magical view of the beach and Dyrhólaey cliffs in the distance. Between June and August you can enjoy the company of hundreds of puffins that ...
This was by far the best tour I did in Iceland. I honestly wish I had known about Troll tours before so that I couldn’t have booked all my tours with them. Our guide Michael was very nice and entertaining and made sure we had enough time to go see everything on the south coast. The glacier hike was also beautiful and the highlight of the trip and something I recommend everyone do!
2. Small Group South Coast Adventure & Glacier Hike
See beautiful waterfalls, stunning black sand beaches, and one of Iceland’s biggest glaciers on a small group hike. Start your 2.5-hour hike at the Solheimarjökull glacier and see the glacier’s outlet flowing down from the stunning Myrdálsjökull glacier. The ice cap of the glacier covers the crater of Katla, one of the most powerful volcanoes in Iceland. After the hike, make your way to the black sand beaches of Reynisfjara and explore this dramatic landscape. Having now reached the most Southern point of this tour, the group will turn and make its way back in the direction of Reykjavik. Stop at the famous Skogarfoss waterfall with its dramatic 60-meter falls. Savor yet another of Mother Earth’s superb creations before heading to Seljalandsfoss where, if conditions allow, you can take a walk behind the waterfall’s curtain. Pay a visit to Gljúfrabúi, found hidden from view in the mounta...
3. Reykjavik: Private Thórsmörk and Seljalandsfoss Day Trip
Discover the best of Iceland's natural beauty on this day trip from Reykjavik. Visit iconic locations such as Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Thorsmork mountain ridge. Get picked up from your hotel in Reykjavik in a modern 4x4 and drive over glacial rivers to reach your first stop of the day, Seljalandsfoss waterfall. Don't miss the chance to walk behind the waterfall and enjoy unique views of the falling water and surrounding area. Next, continue your adventure through the Thorsmork valley. Stop at Gígjökull and enjoy a stroll to the edge of the glacier then walk down through a volcanic crater. Cross through the deep glacier lakes and enjoy panoramic views of the ridge before heading back to Reykjavik in the evening.
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What people are saying about Seljalandsfoss
Two incredible days, a very well put together organization with magnificent landscapes. The break time at each site is sufficient to enjoy, watch and take photos. I was lucky enough to meet Stéphane, a passionate French guide, living in Iceland for twenty years who knows this country very well! If you only stay a few days I think the south coast is really to do, Reynisfjara the black sand beach, Diamond beach with its blocks of ice without forgetting the must of these 2 days hiking on the glacier!
Hawk was a fabulous guide; super knowledgeable and interesting. Sights were amazing and plenty of time at each, we did not feel rushed. A few spaces on the bus so we could spread out which made the journey very comfortable. We were very lucky with the weather. Overnight accommodation and food were lovely. Highly recommend.
Really enjoyable tour with lots of beautiful stops, well timed by the guide so we never felt rushed nor bored. The glacier hike was especially beautiful and our guide was very knowledge! It was too cloudy to see the northern lights unfortunately but if you go with that expectation you won’t be disappointed.
What an amazing time we had as a group with David leading the way! We got to see so much in such a short time and got lifetime images will never forget. Only thing that would have been better would have been having time to go down to the Studagil Canyon.
time management excellent (pickup/ duration per tourist spot/ drop off) worth the price level of difficulty of glacier hike is beginner frdly nice hotel (with breakfast included)