From the waterfalls to the glaciers to the black beaches and volcanoes, just call this the Mother Nature tour. Observe three incredible waterfalls before a short trek to a nearby glacier. A short distance away is the not-so-ordinary beach of Reynisfjara, known for its black sand and beautiful basalt columns! End the day with storytelling in a cave.
This tour brings everything the Icelandic South Coast has to offer. Waterfalls, a black beach, basalt rocks, glaciers and volcanoes. From Reykjavik we‘ll find the waterfall Seljalandsfoss and it‘s cousin Gljúfrabúi hidden in the mountain.
Continuing on the southcoast road we find Skógarfoss, a massively powerful waterfall and after that we‘ll turn north up to Sólheimajökull glacier. A short walk up to the glacier is possible but entering on the glacier itself can be dangerous.
On we go to take the road around Pétursey before we head to the black beach of Reynisfjara and do a nice stop so we can walk around and enjoy the scenery
Next up is Hjörleifshöfði. A very rich story about the cave located there as it is named after Hjörleifur, the brother of Ingólfur Arnarson who is believed to have found Iceland in 847 A.D.
On the way back in good contitions we drive to the top of Ingólfsfjall and link these two stops together.