Enjoy a full day packed with some of Iceland’s most beautiful places. Visit magnificent waterfalls, walk along a black sand beach, and pay a visit to one of the biggest glaciers in the country.
Glacier hike on Sólheimajökull glacier
Reynisfjara black sand beach
Small group experience (max 12 people)
Departs from Reykjavik
Max Passenger: 19
Tour start time: 8:00am
Pick-up: takes place between 8:00 and 8:30
Minimum age: 10 years
PRICE: from 22.990 ISK
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Our first stop is the majestic Skógafoss waterfall, a local celebrity, that you might have seen on the popular Game of Thrones show. The waterfall is 60 meters tall and will leave you speechless. According to the local legend, there is some treasure hidden behind it, who knows, you might be lucky enough to find it.
Next comes the highlight of the journey. Iceland is known for glaciers, 11% of the country is covered by ice. Sólheimajökull is an outlet glacier coming down the fourth biggest glacier of Iceland, called Mýrdalsjökull. After the safety instructions, your safety gear is carefully checked and it is time to hit the ice. The hike itself is approximately 2,5 hours long with 1,5 hours being spent on the glacier itself.
Next, we are traveling to the Reynisfjara black sand beach, which was once named as one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the whole world. We believe, once you see this extraordinary area, you will understand why. The basalt columns, Reynisdrangar, situated next to the beach will amaze you as well. Furthermore, the guide will tell you about all the interesting stories and sagas that are connected to this place.
Vík í Mýrdal is the southernmost point in the country. This charming fishing village serves as the center of the region. We will visit the local church, which offers a great view of the whole settlement.
The day is still not over, our last stop will be the extremely popular Seljalandsfoss waterfall, which is located under the notorious Eyjafjallajökull volcano, which paralyzed Europe’s air traffic during its last eruption in 2010. If the conditions allow it, we walk behind a waterfall. We will also visit the nearby, hidden cousin, Gljúfrabúi, before heading back to Reykjavik. something to enjoy. It was first opened in 1891 and is still a popular go-to place among the locals in the area. The temperature of the water is around 38-40° Celsius and this is the perfect way to end this great day.
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