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South Coast, Waterfalls & Glacier Hike is an easy sightseeing day trip with an adventurous twist.
Get your chance to walk behind the 65-meter cascade of Seljalandsfoss Waterfall and admire Skogafoss Waterfall up close. Stroll onto a volcanic black sand beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Join our certified glacier guides on an action-packed hike out onto a 700-year-old glacier tongue!
Join us for a memorable journey along Iceland’s South Coast, Waterfalls, and Glacier Hike visiting all the major sites of the area and hiking on a glacier.
Pick-up: Pick-up starts at 08:00 am. You will be picked up from your selected Reykjavík pick-up location. Please note that it can take up to 30 minutes for us to arrive. You will be picked up on a bus and will be accompanied by a glacier guide during the tour.
Please note: This tour has a small group guarantee, meaning that the tour is always operated in a minibus, giving you a more personal experience. Arctic Adventures reserves the right to alter the itinerary if the weather is unfit to carry out the glacier walk. If this cancellation occurs, a part refund is given for missing the glacier hike.
Our first day stop is at Seljalandsfoss waterfall, one of Iceland’s greatest attractions. Here you’ll have the amazing opportunity to walk behind the magnificent wall of water and feel the power generated by the fall. Seljalandsfoss is an excellent place for a memorable photoshoot.
Experience all those incredible places as we pass through the fertile farming lands and small villages of south Iceland, an area rich in Viking history and heritage, watched over by the infamous Eyjafjallajökull and Hekla volcanoes. On clear days, you’ll have an excellent view of these renowned volcanoes and the Westman Islands off the coast.
The next step on our journey is a giant step for those that have never set foot on a glacier. Hear the ancient ice crack as you safely enjoy your hike on the glacier tongue with our certified glacier guide. After the thrill of the glacier, we head for Reynisfjara, where you can stroll along the black sand beach known for its famous basalt columns and caverns. Witness the Reynisdrangar cliffs and basalt rock stacks that rise from the sea, which Icelandic legends say are mischievous trolls turned into rock by the rising sun.
We end this incredible day tour by stopping at the majestic Skógafoss Waterfall. Walk right up to the 60-meter-high thundering waterfall and feel the spray on your face. You can even walk up the 527 steps to gain a bird’s eye view of the cascading water and rainbows.