South Iceland and Glacier Hike Adventure from Reykjavik

  • Tour code: 645-2940
  • Available: Daily Except Dec 24
  • Depart from: Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Duration: 10 Hours
From USD$167.20

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Highlights:

Visit Selfoss (Seljalandsfoss), Vik (Reynisfjara, Skogafoss).

Special Remarks:

  • The picturesque Seljalandsfoss waterfall
  • Black volcanic sand beaches and rock formations
  • Walking on Sólheimajökull glacier

Pricing Details

Adult:$167.20
Child:$167.20
  • Minimum age for glacier hiking is 10 years old
  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 10-17 yrs old.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Reykjavik-Vik-Selfoss-Reykjavik(435 km)
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Day 1 Reykjavik-Vik-Selfoss-Reykjavik(435 km)

Beginning in Reykjavik, this tour takes us through south Iceland, travelling past lush farmlands with views of powerful volcanoes, glaciers, black sand beaches, and thunderous waterfalls. Our first stop will be the Skogafoss Waterfall. Viking legends tell of a treasure buried in a cave behind the waterfall. From here, we will travel east to Solheimajokull glacier to spend 2 hours walking on the glacier, which provides perfect photograph opportunities. Then, we will continue to Reynisfjara beach, home to Garthar, known as the "organ pipes." Finally, we will visit the iconic Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where we can walk behind a curtain of water. Then, we will return to Reykjavik, bringing an end to this tour.

There are many natural places of interest in the small beachside town of Vķk, including puffin and arctic tern breeding grounds, a spectacular set of rock columns known as Reynisdrangar, and Dyrhólaey. There are also hiking trails, bird-watching trips, and horseback riding on the black sands or snowmobile on Mżrdalsjökull.

  • Always Visit
    This waterfall in Iceland lies along the Skoga River where it once drained into the sea. The cliff at the top of the waterfall marks where the old coastline of Iceland was.
  • Always Visit
    The southern coast of Iceland contains a unique surprise for visitors: black sand beaches, formed due to the region's volcanic activity. Reynisfjara in particular has been called the coolest beach in the country.

Selfoss is the largest town in southern Iceland, the Icelandic Route 1 runs through the town on its way between Hverageroi and Hella.

  • Always Visit
    This waterfall in Iceland is situated between the town of Selfoss and another waterfall, Skogafoss. At a height of 200 feet, it marks where the coastline of Iceland once was thousands of years ago.

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