SOUTH COAST ICELAND
The tour takes 9-10 hours.
The tour includes visiting these places:
Seljalandfoss watterfall, which drops from 60 meters. Visitors can enter a small cave behind it.
Skógarfoss “The forest waterfall” one of the most beaufiful waterfalls in Iceland. The legend says that the first settle of Skógar hid a gold treasure here. Just few kilometers behind lays famous Eyjafjallajökull volcano, which erupted in 2010 and caused air travel disruption in Europe for six days.
Dyrahólaey is a small peninsula, an iconic 120 meters high rock with a giant arch. Spectacular views all around, letting you see black sand beach from above. Rich birdlife including puffins in the summer time.
Reynisfjara is not your typical beach. This is a must-see black beach, backed by basalt columns that look like a magical church organ. Immediatly offshore are the towering „Reynisdrangur“ sea stacks. At all times watch for killer waves, which regularly sweeps away people to sea.
Vík is the the southernmost village here in Iceland. The village is next to Katla volcano. This is the most wettest place in whole Iceland. You will have a great shopping there im wool-factory and one of the biggest souvernir- shops in wholle Iceland.