South Shore Tour
Our first part of the trip, we will travel from Reykjavik to Vik. With a bit of cooperation from the weather in Myrdal, we will see one of Icelands most active volcanos; Hekla.
Then we will see glacier Eyjafjallajökull the name that no one can pronounce, but everyone remembers, as a volcano that erupted herein 2010 which caused many holiday flights to be cancelled throughout Europe.
We will stop for a coffee in the village of Hvolsvöllur.
Then we will continue to Seljalandsfoss waterfall a 60 meter high waterfall which you can walk behind without getting wet.
Then we will continue towards Skogar where, Skogarwaterfall ( 25 meter wide and 60 meters high) is located, and we will make a stop for some great photos ofEyjafjallajökull. Katla is one of the lagerst volcanoes in Iceland. It is situated to the north of Vik in Mýrdal and to the east of the smaller glacier
Eyjafjallajökull. Its peak reaches 1,512 meters (4,961 ft) On our way back, we will visit Reynisfjara beach, a beautiful natural black sand beach. Reynisdrangar are basalt sea stacks situated under the mountain Reynisfjall, near village Vík in Mýrdal.
Free pick up/drop off from Reykjavík capital area – Hveragerði – Þorlákshöfn or Árborg
please note that if your accommodation is located within the bus restricted zone we ask you to go to a certain bus stop.
Refreshments are not included
Due to weather or road conditions we might have to alter the itinerary, have longer journey time or cancellation.
Bring warm, wind & waterproof clothes
Book a trip for your group
Minimum participation is 6 people
Please call 354 647 4755 to book over the phone
or through email firstname.lastname@example.org
Duration: 10-12 Hours
Price:Get a quote for your group.