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Dyrhólaey: Our most recommended tours and activities

Mýrdalsjökull: South Coast ATV Quad Bike Safari

1. Mýrdalsjökull: South Coast ATV Quad Bike Safari

Discover the southern coast of Iceland on a thrilling quad-bike adventure. Discover the wonderful landscapes near the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier, traversing the black sands of Sólheimasandur. Start with a short safety briefing on how to operate the ATVs. When everyone is ready, set off on your adventure and ride the majestic black sand plains of Sólheimasandur. Cross this desert-like landscape and stop by the famous DC3 plane that crashed on the sands in 1973. Head to the spectacular coastline to experience fantastic views of the surrounding area. From the beach, admire the sight of the Dyrhólaey peninsula, the southernmost tip of Iceland. Looking inland, you can see the marvelous Mýrdalsjökull glacier in the distance. Heading back over the sands and following the Jökulsá River, your adventure will conclude as you cross a river to enter a stunning mountain valley.

From Reykjavík: South Coast Waterfall, Black Sand & Ice tour

2. From Reykjavík: South Coast Waterfall, Black Sand & Ice tour

Enjoy a scenic tour of Iceland’s southern coast and witness some of Iceland’s most iconic natural sites. See the glacier-covered peaks of Eyjafjallajökull, the Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls and much more. Take in panoramic views of the most remote interior regions of the highlands. Marvel at the beauty of the Sólheimajökull glacier and the unearthly basalt columns in Reynisfjara. Walk along the spirited black sand beaches of Dyrhólaey. Experience one of the most geographically diverse routes in Iceland on this 10-hour tour. Return to Reykjavik in the evening with memories that are sure to last a lifetime.

From Reykjavik: South Coast & Glacier Hike

3. From Reykjavik: South Coast & Glacier Hike

Experience some of the largest glaciers of Iceland, and see the waterfalls of Skógafoss and Seljalandson on a day trip from Reykjavik. After a pickup from the city, witness the alluring natural beauty of the cascading waterfalls and embark on a guided hike with all necessary glacier equipment. Journey to Seljalandsfoss waterfall where you get the chance to walk behind the 60-meter fall. There will definitely be a drizzle behind the breathtaking waterfall, so put on your rain gear and get your cameras ready. Continue the adventure at Skógarfoss waterfall, a 60-meter drop from what used to be the coastline. You can enjoy the beautiful view from above after running up the 527 steps leading to the top. Skógarfoss was a filming location for the Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Thor: The Dark World as well as several music videos. On the iconic black sand beach, discover magnificent basalt columns as well as the rock pillars named Reynisdrangar. Be sure to watch out for the unpredictable sneaker waves while enjoying the magical view of the beach and Dyrhólaey cliffs in the distance. Between June and August, you can enjoy the company of hundreds of puffins that like to nest in the columns. Finally, get geared up with the necessary safety equipment to hike up one of Iceland's most scenic glaciers on the South Coast, where you can see the fast-melting ice formations and learn about the area’s ancient geology and environmental importance.

From Reykjavik: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

4. From Reykjavik: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

Join us on an exceptional voyage through our Private South Coast Tour – Explore Iceland’s Majestic Coastline. Where you’ll get the chance to discover the splendour of Iceland’s stunning coastline in a way that’s completely unique. Get ready for a 9–10 hour adventure that will immerse you in the intriguing South Coast of Iceland, an area famed for its breathtaking waterfalls, glaciers, black sand beaches, and panoramic views. Seljalandfoss Skogafoss Solheimajökul Glacier Reynisvjara black sand beach Vik village Dyrholaej view point ( seasonal) Seljalandsfoss: The Veiled Enchantment of Iceland's Coast: The curtain opens on the captivating Seljalandsfoss, the first treasure in our coastal trip, as our Private South Coast Tour gets underway. This magnificent waterfall, which cascades softly from a sheer cliff like a shimmering silver veil in the sunlight, is a work of art of nature’s tremendous design. Skogafoss: The Thundering Majesty of Iceland's South Coast: The magnificent Skogafoss is our next stop on the Private South Coast Tour, where nature’s magnificence takes front stage. Skogafoss, a thundering colossus of gushing water, descends from the heavens like a heavenly staircase, its billowing mist a shroud hiding a secret treasure. Solheimajökull Glacier Viewpoint: Where Time Stands Still: The Solheimajökull Glacier viewpoint, an otherworldly setting where the line between Earth and ice blurs, is the third stop on our Private South Coast Tour. You will be standing on the edge of a glacier that looks as though time itself has been frozen in crystalline splendour. Reynisfjara: The Abyssal Symphony of Iceland's Coastline: Our forth stop on the Private South Coast Tour, Reynisfjara, opens like an unearthly scene along the country’s coastline. Obsidian sands reach out to the limitless North Atlantic, where black waves lap at the coast, and the earth here yields to the elemental forces of time. Colosseum-sized basalt columns tower like ancient sentinels, protecting the secrets of the deep, as you stroll along this hauntingly gorgeous coastline. Vik: Coastal Harmony Amidst Iceland's Majesty: Our Private South Coast Tour’s penultimate stop, Vik, beckons with the charm of a beach community hidden amid Iceland’s breathtaking surroundings. Vik, which is hidden behind towering cliffs, is a lovely haven where the contrast between the winter’s eerie beauty and the brilliant vegetation of summer creates a tapestry of awe. Dyrhólaey Viewpoint: Seasonal Revelations of Iceland's Majesty: The Dyrhólaey viewpoint, which is where the Private South Coast Tour comes to a finish, is a seasonal gem that showcases Iceland’s constantly-evolving beauty. This viewpoint, perched high on a promontory, provides breath-taking vistas that make it seem as though the globe is unfolding in front of you. The environment changes from lush meadows and breeding seabirds in the summer to a snow-covered dreamscape in the winter.

South Coast: Private Guided Day Tour

5. South Coast: Private Guided Day Tour

Private Bespoke Day Tour of the South Coast of Iceland is a personalized tour that takes you on a journey through the stunning landscapes of Iceland's southern region. The tour can be customized to meet your specific interests and preferences, and is led by an experienced and knowledgeable guide who will take you to some of the most breathtaking locations in the area.You will also have the chance to explore lesser-known spots that are off the beaten path and offer a unique perspective on Iceland's natural beauty. The tour includes transportation in a comfortable vehicle, and ample time to take in the stunning sights and sounds of Iceland's south coast. Our Private Tailor Made Day Tour of South Coast is the perfect way to experience the beautiful landscapes and unique culture of the region. Here are some of our unique selling points: Fully customizable itinerary: We work with you to create a personalized itinerary that fits your interests and preferences, ensuring that you get the most out of your tour. Expert local guide: Our knowledgeable and friendly guides are passionate about the South Coast and will provide you with fascinating insights and stories about the region's history, culture, and natural wonders. Comfortable transportation: Our private vehicles are modern, air-conditioned, and spacious, ensuring a comfortable ride throughout your tour. Stunning natural scenery: The South Coast is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world, including stunning waterfalls, black sand beaches, and towering cliffs. Authentic cultural experiences: From visiting traditional fishing villages to sampling local cuisine, our tour offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich culture of the South Coast. A day tour of the South Coast typically includes stops at several scenic locations along the coast. Here is a detailed itinerary for such a tour: Pick up from your hotel or designated meeting point Arrive at Seljalandsfoss waterfall, famous for its unique path that allows visitors to walk behind the waterfall. Spend about 30 minutes here. Visit Skógafoss waterfall, one of the largest and most picturesque waterfalls in Iceland. Spend about 45 minutes here. Drive to the black sand beach of Reynisfjara, known for its dramatic basalt columns and powerful waves. Spend about 45 minutes here. Stop at the small village of Vík and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Spend about an hour here. Continue the drive along the coast, stopping at various viewpoints and attractions such as Dyrhólaey, a natural arch and bird sanctuary. Spend about an hour here. Begin the drive back to Reykjavik. Drop off at your hotel or designated drop-off point. This itinerary is subject to change based on weather conditions and other factors, but it provides a rough guide for what a day tour of the South Coast might look like

Reykjavik: Private Golden Circle and South Coast Tour

6. Reykjavik: Private Golden Circle and South Coast Tour

You will start your premium Golden Circle and south coast tour by driving along the beautiful Nesjavallaleid scenic route with your jeep. This road winds through mountains and volcano craters, offering great views of Thingavallavatn, Iceland’s largest natural lake. The first stop of the tour is the Thingvellir National Park, which is famous for being the site of the first parliament both in Iceland and the world. You will then continue to the famous Geysir hot spring area. Geysir erupts every 8-10 minutes, and you can walk around the area and take pictures of the hot springs before we head to Gullfoss, the golden waterfall, another unmissable place to see in Iceland. As you drive south, you will get closer to one of Iceland’s most active volcanoes, Hekla. In the middle ages, Hekla was known as the “gateway to hell”. You will have a beautiful view of the volcano as you drive towards the Lava Centre, your next stop, where we can observe the monitoring of active volcanic systems, earthquake activity, and surface movements in Iceland. You will then make a quick lunch stop at Katla Restaurant, which is in the Lava Centre. Following lunch, you will continue to Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss, two of Iceland’s most famous waterfalls. Get your cameras ready and make sure you wear a raincoat, as you will have time to walk behind Seljalandsfoss, becoming drenched in the pristine cascading water. Following the waterfall, you will drive past Iceland’s most infamous volcano, Eyjafjallajokull, the volcano that froze air traffic in 2010 and made Iceland famous all over the world. Your next stop is Solheimajokull, a beautiful glacier tongue which is easy to walk to. Here you have a chance to walk close to the glacier and admire its blue, white, and black ice. You will finally continue to the Dirholey Cliffs and Reynisfjara, where you can admire black sand beaches, sea stacks, and basalt columns.

Private South Coast, Ice Cave, & Black Sands Tour

7. Private South Coast, Ice Cave, & Black Sands Tour

Iceland´s South Coast has many awe-inspiring features, including the beautiful waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss and the stunning Reynisfjara with its unique black sand beach. Visit the top sights of the south and experience the amazing diversity of Iceland, as well as discovering and exploring various local secrets with an experienced guide. This tour is on The south coast of Iceland in a pretty little package! Tour highlights: Our special mix of popular sites and local secrets! Join this fantastic sightseeing tour discovering some of the most beloved natural attractions found along Iceland’s picturesque south coast. This is a great opportunity for visitors to Iceland who have yet to explore this stunning region, as well as those travellers hoping to maximise their holiday time in Iceland. The south coast is widely considered to be one of the most picturesque routes in the whole of Iceland, a region characterised by its rugged shorelines, distant mountainscapes and cascading waterfalls. From your vantage point on the tour bus, you are privy to this incredible scenery, gaining a real insight into just why Iceland is so desirable as a travel destination. You will be making a stop at two of the popular waterfalls found along the South Coast, Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. These attractions are available year-round, making them a staple visit on sightseeing tours in Iceland. Both waterfalls cascading at a whopping 65 and 60 metres respectively, Seljalandsfoss differentiates itself by being one of the only waterfalls in Iceland where it is possible to walk directly behind the water. This provides for some really fun, unique snapshots. Skógafoss is wider and more powerful than Seljalandsfoss, and guests here can walk right up to the point the water crashes into the rock pools below. Further along the South Coast, you will make a stop at the hauntingly beautiful black sand beach, Reynisfjara. Here, you can observe the incredible basalt stacks built into the adjacent cliff faces, and stand in awe as the rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean complement this gorgeous panorama. You will also have the opportunity to explore the nearby coastal village of Vik before heading towards Dyrhólaey. Dyrhólaey is a small peninsula that once stood separate from mainland Iceland. Now joined by a land bridge to the rest of the country, this promenade has become famous for its nesting birdlife, a dramatic rock arch and stunning views. From here, you will likely be able to see the outlet glacier, Sólheimajökull, glistening in the distance. We also visit and closely observe a secret ice cave when the conditions allow- this is included in the price. Don’t delay any further! Join this fantastic sightseeing tour today and you too can experience the many beautiful attractions found along Iceland’s South Coast. Check availability by choosing a date.

South coast with Dyrholey peninsula Private tour

8. South coast with Dyrholey peninsula Private tour

We will explore Seljalandsfoss waterfall Skogafoss waterfall Sólheimajökull glacier Vik Reynisfjara black sand beach Dyrholey peninsula In the morning we will go to Selljalandfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls. One of them can be bypassed from the other side, and near the second you can see an incredible rainbow. Next, we will have a short walk between the volcanoes. One of which put Iceland back on the world tourist map, and the other is still active and may erupt in the coming years. And at the end, an ice cave awaits us with tons of snow and ice that are thousands of years old! We will meet the sunset to the sound of the waves on the black beach of Reynisfjara, where we will admire the famous Troll's Fingers. If the weather allow us we will drive to Dyrholey peninsula with incredible view to black sand beach

South Coast and Black Sand Beach Day Tour by Luxury Van

9. South Coast and Black Sand Beach Day Tour by Luxury Van

Travelers can expect to explore iconic landmarks such as the powerful Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, marvel at the otherworldly landscapes of the Sólheimajökull glacier, and witness the majestic Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach with its unique basalt columns and roaring Atlantic waves. This tour combines natural wonders, geological phenomena, and dramatic coastal scenery, providing an unforgettable experience of Iceland's diverse and breathtaking landscapes. - Enjoy your tour on comfortable van up to 8 pax in group. - Professional and Licensed driver and guide. - WiFi, bottled water, snacks, hot tea on board. - Relax with hassle-free round-trip transfer from your hotel - Avoid hidden costs with admission fees included in the price Duration of trip (Transportation + Excursions is aprox. 11 hours)

From Keflavik Airport: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

10. From Keflavik Airport: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

Embark on an extraordinary journey through our Private South Coast Tour, beginning from Keflavik and concluding in Reykjavik. Experience the splendor of Iceland’s majestic coastline in a truly unique way during this 9-10 hour adventure. Seljalandsfoss: Unveiling Nature’s Beauty Marvel at the captivating Seljalandsfoss, our first stop, as it cascades gently like a shimmering veil of silver sunlight, revealing nature's unparalleled artistry. Skogafoss: Nature's Grandeur in Full Force Witness the thundering majesty of Skogafoss, where a colossal rush of water descends like a heavenly staircase, shrouded in mist, unveiling a hidden treasure. Solheimajökull Glacier Viewpoint: A Frozen Eternity Stand at the edge of time itself at the Solheimajökull Glacier viewpoint, where the boundary between Earth and ice blurs in crystalline splendor. Reynisfjara: A Haunting Symphony Experience the haunting beauty of Reynisfjara, where obsidian sands meet the endless North Atlantic, and towering basalt columns stand sentinel over secrets of the deep. Vik: Coastal Harmony Discover Vik, nestled amidst towering cliffs, a serene oasis where the interplay of winter's eerie beauty and summer's vibrant foliage creates a tapestry of wonder. Dyrhólaey Viewpoint: Seasonal Splendor Conclude your journey at the Dyrhólaey viewpoint, offering seasonal vistas that unfold the ever-changing beauty of Iceland, from lush meadows and seabird colonies in summer to a snow-covered dreamscape in winter.

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Dyrhólaey: Our most recommended tours and activities

Mýrdalsjökull: South Coast ATV Quad Bike Safari

Mýrdalsjökull: South Coast ATV Quad Bike Safari

Discover the southern coast of Iceland on a thrilling quad-bike adventure. Discover the wonderful landscapes near the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier, traversing the black sands of Sólheimasandur. Start with a short safety briefing on how to operate the ATVs. When everyone is ready, set off on your adventure and ride the majestic black sand plains of Sólheimasandur. Cross this desert-like landscape and stop by the famous DC3 plane that crashed on the sands in 1973. Head to the spectacular coastline to experience fantastic views of the surrounding area. From the beach, admire the sight of the Dyrhólaey peninsula, the southernmost tip of Iceland. Looking inland, you can see the marvelous Mýrdalsjökull glacier in the distance. Heading back over the sands and following the Jökulsá River, your adventure will conclude as you cross a river to enter a stunning mountain valley.

From Reykjavík: South Coast Waterfall, Black Sand & Ice tour

From Reykjavík: South Coast Waterfall, Black Sand & Ice tour

Enjoy a scenic tour of Iceland’s southern coast and witness some of Iceland’s most iconic natural sites. See the glacier-covered peaks of Eyjafjallajökull, the Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls and much more. Take in panoramic views of the most remote interior regions of the highlands. Marvel at the beauty of the Sólheimajökull glacier and the unearthly basalt columns in Reynisfjara. Walk along the spirited black sand beaches of Dyrhólaey. Experience one of the most geographically diverse routes in Iceland on this 10-hour tour. Return to Reykjavik in the evening with memories that are sure to last a lifetime.

From Reykjavik: South Coast & Glacier Hike

From Reykjavik: South Coast & Glacier Hike

Experience some of the largest glaciers of Iceland, and see the waterfalls of Skógafoss and Seljalandson on a day trip from Reykjavik. After a pickup from the city, witness the alluring natural beauty of the cascading waterfalls and embark on a guided hike with all necessary glacier equipment. Journey to Seljalandsfoss waterfall where you get the chance to walk behind the 60-meter fall. There will definitely be a drizzle behind the breathtaking waterfall, so put on your rain gear and get your cameras ready. Continue the adventure at Skógarfoss waterfall, a 60-meter drop from what used to be the coastline. You can enjoy the beautiful view from above after running up the 527 steps leading to the top. Skógarfoss was a filming location for the Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Thor: The Dark World as well as several music videos. On the iconic black sand beach, discover magnificent basalt columns as well as the rock pillars named Reynisdrangar. Be sure to watch out for the unpredictable sneaker waves while enjoying the magical view of the beach and Dyrhólaey cliffs in the distance. Between June and August, you can enjoy the company of hundreds of puffins that like to nest in the columns. Finally, get geared up with the necessary safety equipment to hike up one of Iceland's most scenic glaciers on the South Coast, where you can see the fast-melting ice formations and learn about the area’s ancient geology and environmental importance.

From Reykjavik: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

From Reykjavik: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

Join us on an exceptional voyage through our Private South Coast Tour – Explore Iceland’s Majestic Coastline. Where you’ll get the chance to discover the splendour of Iceland’s stunning coastline in a way that’s completely unique. Get ready for a 9–10 hour adventure that will immerse you in the intriguing South Coast of Iceland, an area famed for its breathtaking waterfalls, glaciers, black sand beaches, and panoramic views. Seljalandfoss Skogafoss Solheimajökul Glacier Reynisvjara black sand beach Vik village Dyrholaej view point ( seasonal) Seljalandsfoss: The Veiled Enchantment of Iceland's Coast: The curtain opens on the captivating Seljalandsfoss, the first treasure in our coastal trip, as our Private South Coast Tour gets underway. This magnificent waterfall, which cascades softly from a sheer cliff like a shimmering silver veil in the sunlight, is a work of art of nature’s tremendous design. Skogafoss: The Thundering Majesty of Iceland's South Coast: The magnificent Skogafoss is our next stop on the Private South Coast Tour, where nature’s magnificence takes front stage. Skogafoss, a thundering colossus of gushing water, descends from the heavens like a heavenly staircase, its billowing mist a shroud hiding a secret treasure. Solheimajökull Glacier Viewpoint: Where Time Stands Still: The Solheimajökull Glacier viewpoint, an otherworldly setting where the line between Earth and ice blurs, is the third stop on our Private South Coast Tour. You will be standing on the edge of a glacier that looks as though time itself has been frozen in crystalline splendour. Reynisfjara: The Abyssal Symphony of Iceland's Coastline: Our forth stop on the Private South Coast Tour, Reynisfjara, opens like an unearthly scene along the country’s coastline. Obsidian sands reach out to the limitless North Atlantic, where black waves lap at the coast, and the earth here yields to the elemental forces of time. Colosseum-sized basalt columns tower like ancient sentinels, protecting the secrets of the deep, as you stroll along this hauntingly gorgeous coastline. Vik: Coastal Harmony Amidst Iceland's Majesty: Our Private South Coast Tour’s penultimate stop, Vik, beckons with the charm of a beach community hidden amid Iceland’s breathtaking surroundings. Vik, which is hidden behind towering cliffs, is a lovely haven where the contrast between the winter’s eerie beauty and the brilliant vegetation of summer creates a tapestry of awe. Dyrhólaey Viewpoint: Seasonal Revelations of Iceland's Majesty: The Dyrhólaey viewpoint, which is where the Private South Coast Tour comes to a finish, is a seasonal gem that showcases Iceland’s constantly-evolving beauty. This viewpoint, perched high on a promontory, provides breath-taking vistas that make it seem as though the globe is unfolding in front of you. The environment changes from lush meadows and breeding seabirds in the summer to a snow-covered dreamscape in the winter.

South Coast: Private Guided Day Tour

South Coast: Private Guided Day Tour

Private Bespoke Day Tour of the South Coast of Iceland is a personalized tour that takes you on a journey through the stunning landscapes of Iceland's southern region. The tour can be customized to meet your specific interests and preferences, and is led by an experienced and knowledgeable guide who will take you to some of the most breathtaking locations in the area.You will also have the chance to explore lesser-known spots that are off the beaten path and offer a unique perspective on Iceland's natural beauty. The tour includes transportation in a comfortable vehicle, and ample time to take in the stunning sights and sounds of Iceland's south coast. Our Private Tailor Made Day Tour of South Coast is the perfect way to experience the beautiful landscapes and unique culture of the region. Here are some of our unique selling points: Fully customizable itinerary: We work with you to create a personalized itinerary that fits your interests and preferences, ensuring that you get the most out of your tour. Expert local guide: Our knowledgeable and friendly guides are passionate about the South Coast and will provide you with fascinating insights and stories about the region's history, culture, and natural wonders. Comfortable transportation: Our private vehicles are modern, air-conditioned, and spacious, ensuring a comfortable ride throughout your tour. Stunning natural scenery: The South Coast is home to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world, including stunning waterfalls, black sand beaches, and towering cliffs. Authentic cultural experiences: From visiting traditional fishing villages to sampling local cuisine, our tour offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich culture of the South Coast. A day tour of the South Coast typically includes stops at several scenic locations along the coast. Here is a detailed itinerary for such a tour: Pick up from your hotel or designated meeting point Arrive at Seljalandsfoss waterfall, famous for its unique path that allows visitors to walk behind the waterfall. Spend about 30 minutes here. Visit Skógafoss waterfall, one of the largest and most picturesque waterfalls in Iceland. Spend about 45 minutes here. Drive to the black sand beach of Reynisfjara, known for its dramatic basalt columns and powerful waves. Spend about 45 minutes here. Stop at the small village of Vík and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Spend about an hour here. Continue the drive along the coast, stopping at various viewpoints and attractions such as Dyrhólaey, a natural arch and bird sanctuary. Spend about an hour here. Begin the drive back to Reykjavik. Drop off at your hotel or designated drop-off point. This itinerary is subject to change based on weather conditions and other factors, but it provides a rough guide for what a day tour of the South Coast might look like

Reykjavik: Private Golden Circle and South Coast Tour

Reykjavik: Private Golden Circle and South Coast Tour

You will start your premium Golden Circle and south coast tour by driving along the beautiful Nesjavallaleid scenic route with your jeep. This road winds through mountains and volcano craters, offering great views of Thingavallavatn, Iceland’s largest natural lake. The first stop of the tour is the Thingvellir National Park, which is famous for being the site of the first parliament both in Iceland and the world. You will then continue to the famous Geysir hot spring area. Geysir erupts every 8-10 minutes, and you can walk around the area and take pictures of the hot springs before we head to Gullfoss, the golden waterfall, another unmissable place to see in Iceland. As you drive south, you will get closer to one of Iceland’s most active volcanoes, Hekla. In the middle ages, Hekla was known as the “gateway to hell”. You will have a beautiful view of the volcano as you drive towards the Lava Centre, your next stop, where we can observe the monitoring of active volcanic systems, earthquake activity, and surface movements in Iceland. You will then make a quick lunch stop at Katla Restaurant, which is in the Lava Centre. Following lunch, you will continue to Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss, two of Iceland’s most famous waterfalls. Get your cameras ready and make sure you wear a raincoat, as you will have time to walk behind Seljalandsfoss, becoming drenched in the pristine cascading water. Following the waterfall, you will drive past Iceland’s most infamous volcano, Eyjafjallajokull, the volcano that froze air traffic in 2010 and made Iceland famous all over the world. Your next stop is Solheimajokull, a beautiful glacier tongue which is easy to walk to. Here you have a chance to walk close to the glacier and admire its blue, white, and black ice. You will finally continue to the Dirholey Cliffs and Reynisfjara, where you can admire black sand beaches, sea stacks, and basalt columns.

Private South Coast, Ice Cave, & Black Sands Tour

Private South Coast, Ice Cave, & Black Sands Tour

Iceland´s South Coast has many awe-inspiring features, including the beautiful waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss and the stunning Reynisfjara with its unique black sand beach. Visit the top sights of the south and experience the amazing diversity of Iceland, as well as discovering and exploring various local secrets with an experienced guide. This tour is on The south coast of Iceland in a pretty little package! Tour highlights: Our special mix of popular sites and local secrets! Join this fantastic sightseeing tour discovering some of the most beloved natural attractions found along Iceland’s picturesque south coast. This is a great opportunity for visitors to Iceland who have yet to explore this stunning region, as well as those travellers hoping to maximise their holiday time in Iceland. The south coast is widely considered to be one of the most picturesque routes in the whole of Iceland, a region characterised by its rugged shorelines, distant mountainscapes and cascading waterfalls. From your vantage point on the tour bus, you are privy to this incredible scenery, gaining a real insight into just why Iceland is so desirable as a travel destination. You will be making a stop at two of the popular waterfalls found along the South Coast, Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. These attractions are available year-round, making them a staple visit on sightseeing tours in Iceland. Both waterfalls cascading at a whopping 65 and 60 metres respectively, Seljalandsfoss differentiates itself by being one of the only waterfalls in Iceland where it is possible to walk directly behind the water. This provides for some really fun, unique snapshots. Skógafoss is wider and more powerful than Seljalandsfoss, and guests here can walk right up to the point the water crashes into the rock pools below. Further along the South Coast, you will make a stop at the hauntingly beautiful black sand beach, Reynisfjara. Here, you can observe the incredible basalt stacks built into the adjacent cliff faces, and stand in awe as the rolling waves of the Atlantic Ocean complement this gorgeous panorama. You will also have the opportunity to explore the nearby coastal village of Vik before heading towards Dyrhólaey. Dyrhólaey is a small peninsula that once stood separate from mainland Iceland. Now joined by a land bridge to the rest of the country, this promenade has become famous for its nesting birdlife, a dramatic rock arch and stunning views. From here, you will likely be able to see the outlet glacier, Sólheimajökull, glistening in the distance. We also visit and closely observe a secret ice cave when the conditions allow- this is included in the price. Don’t delay any further! Join this fantastic sightseeing tour today and you too can experience the many beautiful attractions found along Iceland’s South Coast. Check availability by choosing a date.

South coast with Dyrholey peninsula Private tour

South coast with Dyrholey peninsula Private tour

We will explore Seljalandsfoss waterfall Skogafoss waterfall Sólheimajökull glacier Vik Reynisfjara black sand beach Dyrholey peninsula In the morning we will go to Selljalandfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls. One of them can be bypassed from the other side, and near the second you can see an incredible rainbow. Next, we will have a short walk between the volcanoes. One of which put Iceland back on the world tourist map, and the other is still active and may erupt in the coming years. And at the end, an ice cave awaits us with tons of snow and ice that are thousands of years old! We will meet the sunset to the sound of the waves on the black beach of Reynisfjara, where we will admire the famous Troll's Fingers. If the weather allow us we will drive to Dyrholey peninsula with incredible view to black sand beach

South Coast and Black Sand Beach Day Tour by Luxury Van

South Coast and Black Sand Beach Day Tour by Luxury Van

Travelers can expect to explore iconic landmarks such as the powerful Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, marvel at the otherworldly landscapes of the Sólheimajökull glacier, and witness the majestic Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach with its unique basalt columns and roaring Atlantic waves. This tour combines natural wonders, geological phenomena, and dramatic coastal scenery, providing an unforgettable experience of Iceland's diverse and breathtaking landscapes. - Enjoy your tour on comfortable van up to 8 pax in group. - Professional and Licensed driver and guide. - WiFi, bottled water, snacks, hot tea on board. - Relax with hassle-free round-trip transfer from your hotel - Avoid hidden costs with admission fees included in the price Duration of trip (Transportation + Excursions is aprox. 11 hours)

From Keflavik Airport: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

From Keflavik Airport: Private South Coast Tour in Iceland

Embark on an extraordinary journey through our Private South Coast Tour, beginning from Keflavik and concluding in Reykjavik. Experience the splendor of Iceland’s majestic coastline in a truly unique way during this 9-10 hour adventure. Seljalandsfoss: Unveiling Nature’s Beauty Marvel at the captivating Seljalandsfoss, our first stop, as it cascades gently like a shimmering veil of silver sunlight, revealing nature's unparalleled artistry. Skogafoss: Nature's Grandeur in Full Force Witness the thundering majesty of Skogafoss, where a colossal rush of water descends like a heavenly staircase, shrouded in mist, unveiling a hidden treasure. Solheimajökull Glacier Viewpoint: A Frozen Eternity Stand at the edge of time itself at the Solheimajökull Glacier viewpoint, where the boundary between Earth and ice blurs in crystalline splendor. Reynisfjara: A Haunting Symphony Experience the haunting beauty of Reynisfjara, where obsidian sands meet the endless North Atlantic, and towering basalt columns stand sentinel over secrets of the deep. Vik: Coastal Harmony Discover Vik, nestled amidst towering cliffs, a serene oasis where the interplay of winter's eerie beauty and summer's vibrant foliage creates a tapestry of wonder. Dyrhólaey Viewpoint: Seasonal Splendor Conclude your journey at the Dyrhólaey viewpoint, offering seasonal vistas that unfold the ever-changing beauty of Iceland, from lush meadows and seabird colonies in summer to a snow-covered dreamscape in winter.

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What people are saying about Dyrhólaey

Overall rating

4.8
(337 reviews)

It was so much fun. We got to ride through streams, valleys, the beach to and hills. The airplane sighting was so incredible and we stopped several times to take photos. Our guide was really informative and very engaging. The bikes were in great shape and all the accessories were as well. We would do it again!

The tour guide was very good, introducing us to the scenery and history of Iceland. They warmly took us to explore many scenic spots and left us with beautiful travel memories.

Absolutely amazing, had so much fun gunning it down the black sand beach in the wind. Thank you so much to our guide, Pawel I think his name was. Would 100% recommend this.

Excellent guides, excellent value for money, great stops, last stop feels exclusive Even though loads go there.

Sir Siggi went way above and beyond (literally) for our group. Highly recommend!