South Iceland, Waterfalls and Black Sand Beach

South Iceland, Waterfalls and Black Sand Beach

Day trips

South Iceland, Waterfalls and Black Sand Beach

From 114.49

Travel through the ever-changing landscape of south Iceland and discover some of country’s biggest volcanoes, glaciers and most iconic waterfalls

South Iceland a visually spectacular and geologically intriguing part of the country that features many of Iceland‘s most awe-inspiring destinations. From pitch black volcanic beaches up to snow capped peaks of Iceland‘s biggest volcanoes, and glaciers the natural diversity is truly unique showcasing the best of Iceland‘s landscape

Free Cancellation Fully refundable when canceled up to 24 hours prior to departure
10 Hours Duration of experience
Tour Guide / Driver Type of tour leader

Experience

  • Strikingly contrasted landscape of south Iceland
  • Views of glaciers and volcanoes
  • Getting up close to the iconic Skógafoss waterfall
  • Exploring Reynisfjara volcanic pebble beach
  • The towering rock stacks of Reynisdrangar
  • Seljalandsfoss waterfall
  • Icelandic Lava Show Vík (optional as add on)

  • Complimentary pick up and drop off service for hotels and guest houses in Reykjavik
  • Round trip transportation
  • Professional tour guide

  • Guided tours in German & French are also available on select days

On this tour you will journey through south Iceland that features many of Iceland‘s most awe-inspiring destinations, including the iconic ... See more
Highlights
  • Strikingly contrasted landscape of south Iceland
  • Views of glaciers and volcanoes
  • Getting up close to the iconic Skógafoss waterfall
  • Exploring Reynisfjara volcanic pebble beach
  • The towering rock stacks of Reynisdrangar
  • Seljalandsfoss waterfall
  • Icelandic Lava Show Vík (optional as add on)
Includes
  • Complimentary pick up and drop off service for hotels and guest houses in Reykjavik
  • Round trip transportation
  • Professional tour guide
Essential Information
  • Guided tours in German & French are also available on select days
Itinerary
On this tour you will journey through south Iceland that features many of Iceland‘s most awe-inspiring destinations, including the iconic Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls. You will also see the sights at Reynisdrangar and the black sand beach of Reynisfjara, both in the vicinity of Vík í Mýrdal village.

Travelling across the lush farmlands that cut between the coast and the mountain ranges and glaciers of the interior highlands you‘ll enjoy breathtaking panoramic ... See more
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Customer Reviews

4.6
based on 546 verified reviews
Apr 23 2024
It was really nice trip. Amelia was a great guide and explained well related info.Also, weather was warm and enjoyed the tour a lot.Thank you.
Jin Kim
Apr 20 2024
Easily the best bus tour I took during my stay. Michael was an awesome guide, both knowledgable and friendly; he even re-arranged some of the stops so we could get the best weather possible for each! The waterfalls were beautiful, the glacier was amazing, and the black beach weird and a little wild. Can't recommend this tour highly enough!
a Gray Line customer
Apr 5 2024
We had a fabulous day on this tour with our guide Karen and driver Obbi. Karen had lots of interesting info to share all along the route and Obbi took us to see glacier and showed us how far glacier has melted since he first saw it and that really was a reality check. Iceland is fabulous but also the people and how they love and are proud of their country including active volcanos.
Catriona
Apr 4 2024
This was a great tour, but it should be made clear when booking that it's not a Gray Line coach that picks you up which is what I was looking for. It was a small green bus. I only knew coz the driver said my name . Then you are driven to the bus depot where the Gray Line coaches leave from.We saw Skogafoss waterfall, then black sand beach called Reynisfjara. It had sea stacks. Then we stopped for lunch at a big shopping centre with souvenirs and cafes. Then we walked up to a glacier called Solheimajokull. That was very interesting. The last stop was another waterfall called Seljalandsfoss which had gift shop and toilets. We had plenty of time at each stop and the guide was interesting and informative. I would recommend this tour, just make sure you check each coach at the pick up stop to ensure that you don't miss your bus as it mighnt say Gray line on it.
Shirley Dodds
Apr 4 2024
Excellent
a Gray Line customer
Apr 1 2024
Children got on the tour for free, which is really nice from this company.
a Gray Line customer

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