Enjoy a combination of the best sights of the south coast with a hike on a glacier
Visit the south-coast of Iceland and go hiking on a glacier followed by a visit the the incredible waterfalls of Skógar and Seljalandsfoss on one of the “most-do” day tours from Reykjavík.
In bus audio guide
Your action packed day begins with pick up from Reykjavik, which is included in your price. We can get you from many of the hotels in the city area or failing that one of the many pick up points across the city, just tell us where to find you.
When everyone is aboard the bus we will head along the southern edge of the Island to our first stop, which will be the rugged Sólheimajökull Glacier. You will walk on the glacier, wearing special crampons on your shoes and explore the amazing cracks, crevasses and ice expertly lead by a certified glacier guide.
The next destination is the stunning Seljalandsfoss waterfall which is one of Iceland's most famous attractions and Last but not least, we will visit Skógarfoss waterfall.
This is the glacial tongue then extends south from the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. The spectacular surroundings are marked by rugged rock formations shaped by the glacier
Skógafoss is a mighty, 65m tall waterfall along the southern coast. The view from the top is almost legendary for the amazing contrast in landscapes it offers you.
Seljalandsfoss is the second waterfall visited as we travel back to the city and this one holds a special surprise, a pathway that leads behind the waterfall offering a very special view.Important information:
Pick-up starts 30 minutes prior to departure. Please be ready at your pick up point with your voucher, either in digital or printed form.
Dress appropriately for the weather baring in mind that the area at Seljalandsfoss can sometimes be wet. It is also recommended you wear hiking shoes.
You will be traveling in a coach that holds approximately 40 people but is very spacious and comfortable. There is not a bathroom on the bus but there will be plenty of stops where facilities can be used. The bus offers free wifi and a USB charging port.
You will also be able to listen to the GPS activated audio guide (offered in 10 languages) while you travel so make sure to bring your headphones or buy a pair on the bus.
This tour is 11 hours long including travel time and the time you spend at each location. You spend at least 30 minutes at the major stops giving you plenty of time to enjoy the nature and snap some photos.
Lunch is not included, but there will be plenty of opportunity to buy food.
This tour is 11 hours long including travel time and the time you spend at each location. You spend at least 45 minutes at the major stops giving you plenty of time to enjoy the nature and to take some photos.
Total distance covered: 340 km or 210 mi
For your comfort: Dress according to weather. In Iceland, it is always wise to dress in warm waterproof clothes. Weather changes can be sudden so be prepared for all weather conditions. A waterproof jacket and pants, headwear and gloves, and warm socks/waterproof shoes are recommended.
For the glacier hike: it's best to wear warm and flexible clothing, something thin and quick-drying is ideal. Jeans get don't stretch and get heavy when wet. It is also good to have a rain jacket or a softshell. It is also a good idea to bring or buy some lunch for the way since you will be hiking during the middle of the day and will not have a chance to eat lunch till after the glacier hike.
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