South Coast Private Tour

Informations

  • Departure from Reykjavik 馃嚠馃嚫
  • Min. age : 3
  • Max number of people : 8
  • Duration : 12 hours
  • Difficulty : 3/10
  • Distance : Short walks

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About the Tour

As the name suggests, this tour goes along the South Coast of Iceland. This coastline offers numerous points of interest – we will visit the best of the best. This includes world-famous waterfalls, cliffs with breathtaking view and black sand beaches with extremely powerful waves and basalt columns. We will also see how climate change affects us in here, given the sustainability focus of us here at Zimno. On this tour, you will be able to see with your own eyes how the glaciers are retreating. Additionally, we will unwind in a calm town with a beautiful coastal view.

This tour can be extended with a glacier hike, ice climbing at S贸lheimaj枚kull or with a bath in Reykjadalur

Departure & return location

  • At your hotel (please specify on the booking form)

Departure time

  • 09:00 am

Price includes

  • Guidance during the tour
  • Parking fees
  • Photo package (5 per person)
  • Transportation

Price excludes

  • Meals
  • Sunny weather
  • Hike on S贸lheimarj枚kull

Item Checklist

  • Day pack
  • Gloves, buff, beanie hat
  • Good shoes (preferably waterproof)
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses
  • Warm winter clothes (Particularly between Oct-May)
  • Water, snacks
  • Wind and water resistant jacket
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Highlights

Reynisfjara (black sand beach)

Reynisfjara, located on Iceland’s South Coast, is a striking black sand beach renowned for its dramatic and rugged beauty. Towering basalt columns, known as Reynisdrangar, rise from the shoreline, adding an eerie and enchanting quality to the landscape. The beach is known for its powerful waves, making it both mesmerizing and dangerous. Visitors can explore caves, rock formations, and witness the untamed forces of the Atlantic Ocean, creating a captivating and otherworldly experience.

Seljalandfoss waterfall

Seljalandsfoss is a mesmerizing waterfall in Iceland, known for its unique feature that allows visitors to walk behind the cascading water curtain. Surrounded by lush greenery and encased in moss-covered cliffs, it offers a captivating blend of natural beauty and immersive exploration. The waterfall’s slender drop creates a delicate, ethereal appearance, and the experience of walking behind it offers a truly memorable encounter with Iceland’s enchanting landscapes. Seljalandsfoss is a must-visit destination for photographers and nature enthusiasts alike.

Sk贸gafoss waterfall

Sk贸gafoss is a majestic waterfall located in South Iceland, renowned for its powerful 60-meter drop and constant mist that creates vibrant rainbows on sunny days. It is set against a backdrop of lush green cliffs, adding to its scenic charm. Visitors can climb a staircase to view the waterfall from above, providing breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes. Sk贸gafoss is an iconic natural wonder and a popular stop for travelers exploring Iceland’s diverse beauty.

S贸lheimarj枚kull

S贸lheimarj枚kull is a glacier in southern Iceland, part of the larger M媒rdalsj枚kull ice cap. It boasts stunning blue ice formations, crevasses, and ice caves, offering a mesmerizing glimpse into the world of glacial landscapes. The glacier’s proximity to the Ring Road makes it accessible for adventurers seeking to explore its icy wonders and dramatic features. S贸lheimarj枚kull is a captivating destination for glacier hiking and ice climbing, providing an unforgettable experience amid Iceland’s frozen wilderness.

Vik

Vik is a picturesque village located on Iceland’s South Coast, known for its stunning black sand beaches, including Reynisfjara. Surrounded by dramatic landscapes, Vik offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Reynisdrangar basalt sea stacks. It serves as a gateway to numerous natural attractions, such as Sk贸gafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, making it a popular stop for travelers exploring the region’s rugged beauty. Vik is also a charming coastal community with a cozy atmosphere, making it a delightful place to stay while experiencing Iceland’s wonders.

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