Guided private tour in a comfortable vehicle along the beautiful south coast of Iceland. Experience waterfalls, glaciers, volcanoes and visit interesting museums.
Our South Coast private tour allows you to experience the magnificent south coast of Iceland in a private vehicle with your own driver-guide. The tour starts with a pickup at your accommodation in the greater metropolitan area of Reykjavik. From there we head east towards the southern coastline which is renowned for various nature attractions and interesting exhibits.
What to expect:
Magnificent waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss
Views of Eyjafjallajökull volcanic glacier
Puffin colony at cape Dyrholaey
Black sand beach at Reynisfjara
Drive through charming villages Hvolsvollur, Hella and Vik
Optional visit to Lava Centre, Skogar Museum and Icelandic Lava show
This picturesque waterfall faces the traffic heading along the Ring road of Iceland. It’s narrow and falls off a cliff above a cavern. It’s quite easy to walk up to the base of the waterfall and behind it along a pathway inside the cavern.
This mighty waterfall is one of Icelands biggest waterfalls towering 60 meters high (197 ft.) and 25 meters (82 ft.) wide. By the waterfall you can visit Skogar folk museum to get a better insight into the life of Icelanders throughout history in the southern region.
Cape Dyrholaey gives you astonishing view of the big glacier Mýrdalsjökull, the black sand beaches, the splashing waves of the Atlantic and the black lava columns, Reynisdrangar. This attraction is also known for it’s puffin colony.
Black sand beach Reynisfjara
Reynisfjara is better known as the Black sand beach. There you will find a scenic basalt columnar wall stretching into the beach with splashing waves from the Atlantic.
We offer an optional stop at the Lava Centre in Hvolsvöllur and the Icelandic Lava show in Vík. Lava center is an interactive and high-tech educational exhibition depicting volcanic activity, earthquakes and the creation of Iceland over millions of years. The Icelandic Lava show recreates a volcano eruption, similar to what Eyjafjallajökull and Katla volcano are famous for, by pouring molten lava into a room full of people.