Full Day Small Group South Shore Tour by Minibus

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A small group tour by modern, comfortable minibus with a maximum 19 passengers and a driver/guide. The guides commentary is always in English and fill the day with fun, facts, figures and of course spectacular sights and scenery. This 10 to 11 hour tour starts and ends in Reykjavik.. The main sights of the day, with longer stops to explore are Skogafoss waterfall, Solheimajokull Glacier, Reynisfjara black sand beach, near to the village of Vik and Dyrholaey headland and Seljalandsfoss waterfall. At the guides discretion, guides may also make a couple of unscheduled stops, depending upon whether the guide feels that there is extra time available and upon weather and road conditions.  Lunch is not included, but there will be stops during the tour at restaurants or gas stations where food can be purchased and restrooms available.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Iceland Horizon

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Seljalandsfoss

Then turn back west along the coastal road at the foot of Eyjafjallajokull volcano and make a stop at Seljalandsfoss waterfall.  This beautiful column of water tumbles off the cliffs and you have the possibility of walking around behind the falls and through the spray, so be sure to bring your waterproofs, as you might get wet.  This is saved this stop for last, as getting wet at the end of the day is much better than starting the day wet.

Stop At: Skogafoss

The first stop is the powerful Skogafoss waterfall with its 60 metre (200ft) drop and formidable spray. On sunny days, the waterfall often has a rainbow to add to the view

Stop At: Solheimajokull Glacier

Wonderful glacier and ocean view over the powerful Sólheimajökull glacier.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Reynisfjara Beach

After exploring the edge of the ice,  we walk back to the bus and drive a little farther east to Reynisfjara black sand beach which is near to the village of Vik and Dyrholaey headland. Make a stop of around 1 hour at Reynisfjara which boasts a spectacular black sand beach, basalt columns and cliffs, sea stacks and in summer between May and August there are often puffins roosting and nesting on the grassy ledges along the cliffs.  The beach also has a nice café where you will also be able to get some lunch.

Duration: 1 hour
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