See the wonders of the South Coast on this private super jeep tour with optional extras for adventurous travellers. Black sand beaches, volcanoes, glaciers and waterfalls are but a fraction of the sightseeing availabilities at hand, making this personalised excursion the ideal choice for you and your travel companions.
Your journey begins as you get picked up in Reykjavík City, meeting your local guide and boarding your private super jeep. Travelling through the Icelandic nature with friends, not strangers, provides for an intimate adventure, with the possibility of booking a larger vehicle if your group exceeds five people.
You’ll begin by making your way to Gígjökull Glacier in the incredibly scenic Þórsmörk Valley, named after the Norse God of Thunder, Thor. From there, you’ll head onwards to one of the most famous falls in the country, Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. The falls boast a cave behind its cascading curtain, readily accessible during the summer season.
After enjoying a lunch break in good company, depending on the season you’ll head on to Þorvaldseyri Farm, to enjoy a documentary about the colossal 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, while the volcano itself looms majestically above the family farm.
Then, you’ll head onwards for some off-road fun in basalt landscapes, visiting a black sand beach to enjoy the mystical volcanic scenery of the South Shore. Your last scheduled stop will be at the waterfall Skógafoss, a magnificent water giant with a drop of 60 m (200 ft) and a width of 25 m (82 ft).
These beautiful falls rest right between the two glaciers Mýrdalsjökull and Eyjafjallajökull, and if you opted to during the booking process, you can brace yourself for a thrilling adventure on top of these majestic ice caps. Available activities are a snowmobiling trip on Mýrdalsjökull, a speedy ATV ride, or a guided hike to the crashed DC Plane Wreck in the midst of the black sand plain Sólheimasandur.
Whatever you choose, be it a scenic day of sightseeing the incredible South Coast, or added excursions of ATV-ing, snowmobiling or hiking, this is an adventure you don’t want to miss
28.000 ISK per person if 5 travelers