Private South Coast Day Tour with 6+ main attractions
The first stop on the Private south coast tour is Seljalandsfoss, located in Hella Iceland. This stunning waterfall is unique in that visitors can actually walk behind the cascading water, providing a truly immersive experience. The misty atmosphere created by the waterfall’s spray adds an ethereal quality to the surrounding landscape, making it the perfect place to snap some unforgettable photos.
Next up is Skogafoss, another breathtaking waterfall located in Skogar Iceland. The sheer size of this waterfall is awe-inspiring, with water cascading down a drop of over 60 meters. Visitors can climb a staircase to the top of the waterfall for an even more impressive view, or explore the nearby Skogar Museum to learn about Iceland’s history and culture.
Moving on from Skogafoss, the tour makes its way to the charming town of Vik in the South Region of Iceland. With its black sand beaches and dramatic cliffs, Vik is a photographer’s dream come true. One of the most popular attractions in Vik is Reynisfjara Beach, which features towering basalt columns and stunning sea stacks jutting out of the water. It’s a truly unique and otherworldly landscape that has to be seen to be believed.
The final three stops on the private south coast tour are all located in Vik Iceland: Solheimajokull Glacier, Dyrholaey, and Kvernufoss Waterfall. Solheimajokull Glacier is a breathtaking natural wonder that visitors can explore with a guided glacier hike. Dyrholaey is a dramatic promontory featuring towering cliffs that provide stunning panoramic views of the coast. Finally, Kvernufoss Waterfall is a hidden gem tucked away in a secluded canyon, providing a peaceful and serene ending to an action-packed day of exploring Iceland’s incredible natural wonders.
- Seljalandsfoss, Hella Iceland
- Skogafoss, Skogar Iceland
- Vik, Vik, South Region
- Reynisfjara Beach, Route 215, Vik Iceland
- Solheimajokull Glacier, Vik Iceland
- Dyrholaey, Vik Iceland
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Private transportation
- WiFi on board
- All Fees and Taxes
- Additional stops
- Explore hidden gems
- Break for food / meal
- Food & drinks
- Tip or gratuity
Seljalandsfoss, Hella Iceland
Seljalandsfoss is a stunning waterfall located in Hella, Iceland. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country, drawing visitors from all over the world. The waterfall is unique because visitors can walk behind it and experience the power of the falling water up close.
Skogafoss, Skogar Iceland
Skogafoss is a massive waterfall located in Skogar, Iceland, with a drop of over 60 meters. It is one of the largest waterfalls in Iceland and is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can walk up close to the waterfall and even climb up the stairs for a breathtaking view from the top.
Vik, South Region
Vik is a picturesque village located in the South Region of Iceland that boasts stunning natural beauty and cultural landmarks. The village is home to black sand beaches, towering cliffs, and rolling hills, making it a paradise for nature lovers. Visitors can explore the unique basalt columns and rock formations at Reynisfjara beach and learn about the village’s history and traditions at Vikurkirkja church. With its charming atmosphere and breathtaking scenery, Vik is an unforgettable destination for anyone traveling to Iceland’s South Region.
Reynisfjara Beach, Route 215, Vik Iceland
Reynisfjara Beach, located on Route 215 in Vik, Iceland, is a mesmerizing destination that boasts unique black sand beaches, towering cliffs, and stunning rock formations. Visitors can experience the natural beauty of the beach, which is surrounded by rolling hills and breathtaking mountain views. The beach is famous for its basalt columns and rock formations, which are a must-see for anyone traveling to Iceland’s South Region. Reynisfjara Beach is a true gem that offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage, making it a must-visit destination for tourists and locals alike.
Solheimajokull Glacier, Vik Iceland
Solheimajokull Glacier is a stunning natural attraction located close to Vik, Iceland. This magnificent glacier boasts of an awe-inspiring panorama of ice formations, crevasses, and ridges that will leave you spellbound. The glacier is also an excellent spot for glacier hiking and ice climbing, making it a popular destination for adventure enthusiasts.
Dyrholaey, Vik Iceland
Dyrholaey is one of the most picturesque and breathtaking tourist attractions in Vik, Iceland. This magnificent promontory of lava cliffs, jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean, offers visitors spectacular views of the surrounding rugged coastline and the endless horizon. The stunning black sand beaches, with their unique geological formations, are also a sight to behold. From the top of Dyrholaey, visitors can see the famous Reynisfjara Beach and the Solheimajokull Glacier.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Not stroller accessible
- Not suitable for pets
- Infant seats unavailable
What do I need to bring?
- Warm Clothes