16 hours
Length

The South Coast of Iceland used to be under the surface of the ocean, but as land receded, the cliffs rose from the sea to create a spectacular landscape. Iceland’s most iconic bird, the puffin, looms around these shores.  This tour includes waterfalls and beaches with a landscape filled with contrast and colors. This tour is also the perfect opportunity to enjoy the local cuisine by indulging in a family style lunch and a luxurious lobster dinner, included in the price.

Water in all its Glory:

Highlights include:

  • Local Cuisine
  • Seljalandsfoss Waterfall
  • Skógafoss Waterfall
  • Dyrhólaey
  • View over glaciers
  • Bird Life
  • Gljúfrabúi waterfall
  • Reynisfjara Black Beach
PICK-UP Pick-up is at your hotel/accommodation in Reykjavík, or somewhere en route.
DEPARTURE TIME Every day, not later than 10.
DURATION Approximately 12 hours.
WEAR Comfortable clothing, according to weather.
PARTICIPANTS Max 16, Min 3 people or minimum fee.
SUITABLE FOR Everyone.
INCLUDED
Private Guide Lunch and dinner
Northern lights hunt (in winter) Transportation in mini-coach/jeep
NOT INCLUDED
Beverages

All cancellations must be made by e-mail.

Itinerary for The South Shore

1

Pick-up

Passengers get picked up in their accommodation in Reykjavík or somewhere on the way.
2

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall

Have you ever walked behind a waterfall?  Well, now you can!  Seljalandsfoss is magical with its elfish backdrop and walk-behind feature.
3

Lunch -farmers style

We’ll stop at Gamla fjósið -The Old Cowhouse- or at Hotel Anna for a local lunch.  The lunch is included.
4

Skógafoss Waterfall

This magnificent waterfall drops of the cliffs that once were the coastline of the south shore, before the coastline receded.
5

Dyrhólaey Cape

The view from Dyrhólaey is truly breathtaking!  The amazing Atlantic Ocean stretches as far as the eye can see and the massive arc made of rock is spectacular with its gaping hole in the middle.
6

Reynisfjara Black Beach.

Black sand, caves, basalt columns and extremely powerful waves.  What more can you dream of?
7

Vík

We stop at the picturesque town of Vík, where we’ll stop at the wool factory.  Nothing beats the Icelandic wool when it comes to insulation!
8

Dinner at Fjöruborðið, Stokkseyri

Nothing beats dinner on the seashore, with the overview of the magnificent Atlantic Ocean.  Fjöruborðið Restaurant is famous for their love for lobster, and you’ll love it too!
9

Hunt for the Northern Lights (only in winter)

If weather, brightness and solar gas fluxes permit, we’ll try to hunt down the Aurora Borealis.  This is only possible from September 1st to April 20th.
10

Return to Reykjavík

After a day packed with wonders we’ll head back to your accommodation in Reykjavík.

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