✅ Magnificent Sólheimajökull Glacier Hiking
✅ Walk behind Seljalandsfoss waterfall
✅ The Secret Waterfall Gljúfrabúi
✅ Fat Bike ride to the famous DC-3 airplane wreck in Sólheimsandur
✅ Seljavallalaug geothermal pool
✅ The Secret Lava Cave – 5000-year-old lava tube
✅ Free pick-up & drop-off from hotels in Reykjavik City
✅ Friendly expert glacier guides
✅ Small group tour – All necessary glacier gear is provided
Departure: 08:00 AM
Duration: 14 hours
Minimum age: 8 years
What to bring: Energy snacks, swimwear & good outdoor clothes
Included: Pick-up/drop-off from hotels in Reykjavik, professional and fun English speaking guide, glacier gear, Wi-Fi in the minibus & small group in a minibus (12 travelers max)
Join this unique tour to see the South coast waterfalls, we will ride on a fat bike to the famous plane wreck in Sólheimsandur, then go glacier hiking on Sólheimajökulland finish bathing in Seljavallalaug geothermal pool. We end the day with a peak into a volcanic tube in a secret lava cave!
This is your only opportunity to go hiking on a glacier, bathing in a hot spring and descending into a volcanic cave in only one day! Explore the Elements of the South Coast with us.
The first stop is Seljalandsfoss and the secret waterfall Gljúfrabúi. The adventure continues on Sólheimajökull glacier, where we will hike to the glacier tongue, part of Mýrdalsjökull, one of the biggest glaciers in Europe! Later on, we will go to a black sand beach, the site of a DC3 plane wreck since the 50’s! Your guide will show you around and tell you the story of this airplane wreck… and we will get there by riding a fat bike! Next, we will go to Seljavallalaug geothermal pool, which has been chosen one of the best pools in the world (we can’t argue that!). We will end with a secret lava cave! Exploring the inside of a 5000-year-old lava tube that was formed in a volcanic eruption.
Make sure you book ahead of time as this tour is very popular because it is the only tour that takes you to the plane wreck and all these amazing sights in one day. Did we mention that all the buses have Wi-Fi and Icelandic music on board? What else can you ask for? Come with us!