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Stunning 2 Day Jokulsarlon Tour with Waterfalls, Glacier Hiking, a Boat Trip & a Black Sand Beach

White icebergs contrast black sand sharply on the wonder known as the Diamond Beach on the South Coast of Iceland.
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Apr. - Oct.
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10 years old

Join this exploration of Iceland’s South Coast and discover its stunning glaciers, lava fields, volcanoes and waterfalls. This two-day tour is perfect for anyone looking to see the finest natural marvels Iceland has to offer.

During this two-day adventure, you will embark on a boat ride of Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon and visit the Diamond Beach which is bejewelled with melting icebergs year round. You will also ascend a glacier tongue on a guided hike, feeling the power of the ice cap under your feet and enjoying the sceneries of a frozen wonderland of a vast ice expanse.

You will experience Iceland's nature at its finest as you witness the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, and try to catch a glimpse of Iceland’s wildlife at Reynisfjara black sand beach where puffins nest in the surrounding cliffs.

Reserve your spot now to not miss out on this incredible opportunity. Check availability by choosing a date.


Hotel pick up & drop off in Reykjavik
Minibus tour for maximum 19 passengers
Guided glacier hiking tour & gear
Accommodation for one night with breakfast in guesthouse with shared bathroom
Boat tour on a glacier lagoon
Free Wi-Fi on the bus
English guide


Glacier Hiking
Boat Trip

Daily itinerary

Day 1
Puffins make their nests in the hills of Reynisfjall on the South Coast of Iceland.

South Coast Waterfalls, Black Beach Marvels & Glacier Hike

Setting out from Reykjavík City, you will begin your tour by visiting the various waterfalls of Iceland's South Coast.

First up are Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, two of the most visited waterfalls in Iceland, both boasting drops of more than 60 metres (197 feet). You will then have the additional pleasure of visiting their smaller and lesser-known counterparts Gljúfrabúi, Kvernufoss and Írafoss, true hidden gems of the area.

After a quick lunch stop, get ready to embark on your glacier adventure, as you drive past the volcanic Eyjafjallajökull ice cap. Remember to ask your tour guide all about the colossal eruption back in 2010, when ash clouds halted air traffic all over Europe.

Then it is on to Mýrdalsjökull, a neighbour of Eyjafjallajökull that covers the famous and active volcano Katla. Gear up and get ready to ascend one of the glacial tongues called Sólheimajökull, where your guide will lead you on a thrilling glacier hike of frozen wonders.

After descending the glacier, it is on to Reynisfjara, a black sand beach nestling under Mt. Reynisfjall which is seasonal home to countless puffins that dive from its cliffs out to sea. Just offshore rest the eerie sea stacks Reynisdrangar said to have been trolls that turned to stone.

Your accommodation awaits in Seljaland, a beautiful area close to Seljalandsfoss waterfall. You are, of course, free to visit the waterfall once more before turning in for the night.

Day 2
Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon on the South Coast of Iceland offers visual delights that are never the same.

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, Boat Ride & Skaftafell National Park

Today, get ready to take a closer look at the glacial wonders of the South Coast. After stopping in the village of Vík, you will head east, where you’ll visit the waterfall Foss á Síðu. Then, it is on to Skaftafell nature reserve for lunch.

Central to this vast and dazzling preservation area is Vatnajökull Glacier, the largest ice cap in both Iceland and Europe. One of its outlet glaciers, Breiðamerkurjökull, leads into Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon, one of the most visited sights of the entire country and the location for your next adventure.

Hop aboard a boat and take a ride on the lagoon itself, where you will glide past the ever-changing scenery of icebergs floating in the freezing waters. Seals also reside within the lake, so keep a look-out for one of these curious creatures, as they pop their heads above the surface to catch a glimpse of these odd visitors to their home.

The icebergs of the lagoon either float out to sea or gather at the nearby Diamond Beach, where you can observe them glistening in the summer sun.

After two days of incredible sights and adventurous exploits, your transportation will take you back to Reykjavík City in the evening. 

What to bring

Warm, wind & waterproof clothes
Good hiking shoes (available for rental upon request)

Good to know

Meals other than breakfast are not included but we do make lunch and dinner stops where guests can buy meals.

The maximum number of passengers is 19 which gives a better atmosphere while travelling

A Single Room supplement of 7.500 ISK is mandatory for single travellers.

Only small carry on luggage such as backpacks is possible. Please check with your hotel if they can store your luggage during the tour if you are staying again at the same hotel after the tour. Otherwise, you can use the luggage lockers that are located in the centre of Reykjavík.

To avoid any delays in departure, luggage must be in storage before pick up time.

It can happen that the glacier hike is cancelled because of weather and/or safety reasons. Then we will find other activities when possible or refund that portion of the tour.

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