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Iceland South Coast Waterfalls & Paragliding Tour
If you’re looking for top travel and sightseeing adventures worthy of your bucket-list, there’s nothing quite like the South Coast, Waterfalls and Paragliding tour.
On this tour you‘ll see amazing views of south Iceland, mountains, glaciers and cascading waterfalls from the ground and from the air soaring through the sky on a tandem paragliding flight.
Travelling through south Iceland your first natural landmarks is Skógafoss waterfall, arguably the country‘s most iconic waterfall and one of south Iceland‘s star attraction.
From Skógafoss the tour continues east to Sólheimajökull glacier where you‘ll meet your paragliding pilots and embark on your paragliding tour.
Sailing through the skies on a paragliding flight you‘ll enjoy incredible panoramas from the black volcanic coast to jagged mountain peaks and way up to the massive Mýrdalsjökull ice cap.
You don't need to have any experience in paragliding, certified, experienced pilots make sure your flight is safe and enjoyable.
Back on the ground the tour takes you to Reynisfjara beach that features the dramatic and imposing Garðar, a pyramid of basalt columns known as the “organ pipes” that jostle the surrounding cliffs and caves.
Heading back to Reykjavik your last but by no means the last is the iconic Seljalandsfoss waterfall where you can literally walk behind a curtain of water which is certainly a moment you’ll want to capture on camera.
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a Gray Line customer
Jun 21 2016
Paragleiten war der absolute Wahnsinn, hat Spass gemacht und ich würde es jedem empfehlen. Die beiden Guids sind vertrauensvoll, lustig und lästig drauf.Was ich ändern würde: Den Aufenthalt am Black Beach verlängern, damit man am Gletscher nicht 2 3/4 Stunden tot schlagen muss. Denn ein Aufenthalt von 1 bis 1 1/2 Stunden dort sind mehr als ausreichend, wenn man keine Gletscher Wanderung macht.