✅ Glacier hike on Solheimajokull – explore the crevasses and blue ice on this wonder of nature.
✅ Small groups & personal experience – maximum of 12 people.
✅ Walk behind the 60m high Seljalandsfoss waterfall!
✅ Watch the waves crash over Reynisfjara’s black sand beach and rock formations.
✅ LAVA Center – an Interactive exhibition on Iceland’s volcanoes and explosive geology.
✅ Skogafoss waterfall – Be in awe of one of Iceland’s most famous sights
✅ Experienced glacier guide with all glacier equipment.
✅ Pick-up and drop off in Reykjavik included.
Availability: All year
Pick up: 8 am / Reykjavik pick up locations
Minimum age: 10 years
Bring with you: Strong waterproof hiking boots (can hire for 1000 ISK), waterproof jacket and waterproof/water resistant pants (no denim jeans). Also bring warm clothing for the glacier hike (wool hat, gloves, extra layers)- especially in winter.
Group size: Maximum 12 persons
Duration: 12 hours.
Included: Glacier hike on Solheimajokull, LAVA Centre exhibition entrance, Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach, Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Skogafoss. All glacier equipment for the hike. Reykjavik drop off and pick up
The South Coast: Fire & Ice tour is an action-packed day that allows you to experience the best parts of the stunning south coast of Iceland. The south coast has some of Iceland’s quintessential sights. Vivid blue glaciers, numerous powerful waterfalls, volcanic black sand beaches and infamously destructive volcanoes. The South Coast of Iceland really has it all, and you can experience it all in one unforgettable day.
This trip starts with pickups in Reykjavik from 8:00 am. We will then head out of town, driving through the beautiful Icelandic landscape to the town of Hvolsvollur. Here, we make a quick coffee break and a chance to buy some snacks to keep us going for the day. From there, it is not long until we arrive at one of the highlights of the trip, the stunning Solheimajokull glacie
We will then head back to Reykjavik, but not before stopping at some of the most breathtaking natural sights in Iceland. The Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss