Iceland South Coast Getaway from Keflavik Airport

Waves roll into Reynisfjara beach at sunset.
Likely to sell out soon
Free cancellation
Perfect travel plan
Fully customizable



Tour starts
Keflavík Airport (KEF), Iceland
Starting time
5 days
Ending place
Keflavík Airport (KEF), Iceland
All year
Minimum age


Explore Iceland’s South Coast on this fully customizable five-day guided vacation package. Those eager to see some of Iceland’s most spectacular natural sights and embark on various adventures should book this exciting tour now.

Your five-day adventure in Iceland begins with a convenient bus transfer from Keflavik International Airport to Reykjavik, where you will find comfortable accommodation for the next four nights.

On the way from the airport, you can visit the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa and wash away the stresses from traveling in the famous waters here. Known for its azure-blue waters, the spa is one of the most famous attractions in Iceland.

You can enjoy saunas, steam rooms, in-water bars, and more here.

Following your spa visit, you will head to the city to explore its attractions for the rest of the day. Reykjavik is a small but cosmopolitan city, home to great shops, bars, and restaurants.

On the other days of the tour, you can choose from various exciting excursions, including whale-watching, northern lights, and helicopter tours. With its wide range of experiences, you can fully tailor this package to your needs.

The itinerary includes all of the highlights of Iceland’s South Coast, and you can choose the tours you’d prefer.

You’ll get a detailed itinerary when you book, where you can see your tours and activities. Accommodation, airport transfers, and some tours are included in this vacation package.

You don’t have to spend weeks planning the perfect itinerary for your Iceland vacation, as this has all been done for you and is available at a fantastic price.

Take a Golden Circle day tour to see some of Iceland’s most famous natural attractions. The Golden Circle sightseeing route includes the Thingvellir National Park, an area with cultural and geographical significance, the Geysir geothermal area, and the Gullfoss waterfall.

If you’d like more geothermal bathing, head to the Hvammsvik Nature Baths or the Sky Lagoon.

At night during winter, you can take a northern lights tour. Choose from a bus, boat, super jeep, or ATV and search for the aurora borealis.

When you book, you will have a personal travel agent you can contact 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Should your plans change and you need to cancel, you can do so free of charge up to 24 hours before departure.

Take advantage of this incredible four-day adventure on Iceland’s South Coast, discovering waterfalls, geysers, and national parks and exploring Reykjavik. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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Transfer from Keflavik International Airport
Four nights of comfortable accommodation in Reykjavik
A selection of guided tours
Detailed itinerary
Personal travel agent


Super Jeep
Whale Watching
Boat Trip
Northern lights hunting
Hot Spring Bathing
Cultural Activity

Daily itinerary

Day 1
A wooden bridge over the waters of the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa in Iceland.

Day 1 - Arrival in Iceland and Exploring Reykjavik

On the first day of this South Coast vacation package, you will arrive in the country before exploring the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa and Reykjavik.

You’ll arrive at Keflavik International Airport ready for your adventure in Iceland. After collecting your luggage, head outside, where your bus transfer awaits you.

During the drive to Reykjavik, you can enjoy the surrounding views of the Reykjanes peninsula, giving you a taste of Iceland’s unique landscapes.

On the way to Reykjavik, you can stop at the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa. Immerse yourself in the healing azure waters while you take in the views of the surrounding lava fields. The mineral-rich waters are said to have healing properties.

While there, apply one of the silica masks designed to nourish your skin. Enjoy the saunas and steam rooms too. The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is the perfect place to relax after a day of traveling.

When you’re feeling fully recharged, you’ll go to Reykjavik, Iceland’s vibrant capital city and the northernmost capital in the world. You can leave your luggage at your accommodation while you head out to explore the city.

If you arrive early, visit the iconic Hallgrimskirkja church, which offers panoramic city views. Explore the vibrant Laugavegur shopping street with boutique shops and cozy cafes.

For culture enthusiasts, the Harpa Concert Hall hosts various performances and exhibitions. There are also many art galleries within the city.

Reykjavik is home to many excellent bars and restaurants where you can enjoy a few drinks and a meal. Try some traditional Icelandic food like lamb stew or fresh seafood.

If you’re not too tired, join the trendy nightlife scene and hop between lively bars and nightclubs, enjoying the live music before returning to your comfortable accommodation in the city. Enjoy a good night’s sleep, ready for the rest of the week’s adventures.

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Day 2
The northern lights shining over the Geysir geothermal area in winter in Iceland.

Day 2 - Optional Golden Circle and the Northern Lights

On the second day of your adventure in Iceland, you have numerous tours to choose from, including whale watching, the Golden Circle sightseeing route, and a northern lights tour.

If it's your first time in Iceland, you can't miss the Golden Circle sightseeing route, home to some of Iceland's most famous natural sights. The attractions include the Thingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area, and Gullfoss waterfall.

You can choose to spend today exploring more of Reykjavik instead. Take a hop-on-hop-off bus tour, indulge in some delicious treats on a food walk, or explore the city's attractions independently with the 24-hour city card, which gives you access to a range of sights throughout the city.

You can also choose to take a whale-watching tour from the harbor. Step aboard a comfortable boat and set sail into Faxafloi Bay, where the rich waters provide a habitat for majestic marine life.

Skilled guides accompany you, sharing insights about the diverse species that call these waters home.

As you cruise along, keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales breaching the surface, playful dolphins darting through the waves, and graceful minke whales gliding beneath.

If you didn't visit the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa when you arrived in Iceland, you can head to the Hvammsvik Nature Baths instead. These geothermal baths invite relaxation in warm, mineral-rich waters, surrounded by stunning landscapes.

Unwind while soaking in natural pools, taking in breathtaking views of mountains and fjords. Hvammsvik Nature Baths provide a serene retreat in the heart of Iceland's pristine wilderness.

If you're visiting in winter, you can embark on a northern lights hunting tour as it gets dark. Choose to see them by boat, bus, super jeep, or ATV. All of these options will take you away from the city's light pollution and give you the best chance to see the aurora borealis.

At night, you'll return to your accommodation in Reykjavik.

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Day 3
The magnificent waterfall on Iceland's South Coast in summer.

Day 3 - Optional South Coast Day Tour

On the third day of this South Coast vacation package, you can choose from various excursions, including a South Coast day tour or a helicopter tour, or discover more of Reykjavik.

Embark on an enchanting South Coast day tour for a mesmerizing journey through nature's wonders. You'll be picked up from Reykjavik and travel east along the famed Route 1, the main road in Iceland.

Two of the tour's stops are Iceland's most spectacular waterfalls. Witness the dramatic Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where you can walk behind the cascading waters for a unique perspective.

Then, explore the mystical Skogafoss waterfall. The waterfall drops gracefully from around 197 feet (60 meters) and spans about 82 feet (25 meters) wide. Some interesting folklore is associated with the waterfall, which your guide will tell you more about.

Discover the eerie beauty of the Solheimajokull glacier tongue and marvel at its ice formations. Stroll along the Reynisfjara black sand beach, renowned for its basalt columns and roaring waves.

You may also visit some of the charming coastal villages like Vik.

If you want to spend the day relaxing rather than sightseeing, you can visit the Sky Lagoon geothermal spa today. With a design inspired by Iceland's natural beauty, it offers a unique and immersive wellness experience.

Guests can relax in the rejuvenating, mineral-rich waters while viewing the North Atlantic Ocean and Reykjavik's skyline.

The lagoon's design seamlessly blends the tranquility of nature with modern amenities, featuring cold plunge pools, saunas, and a swim-up bar.

You could also use today to do some of the activities you didn't manage to do yesterday. Options include a whale-watching tour, the hop-on-hop-off bus tour of Reykjavik, a helicopter tour, a beer walk, and a northern lights tour in the evening.

At night, you'll return to your accommodation in Reykjavik.

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Day 4
Kirkjufell mountain, the most photographed mountain in Iceland.

Day 4 - Optional Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Day four of this South Coast vacation package is your final full day in Iceland. Today, you can take a tour of the Snaefellsnes peninsula.

The Snaefellsnes peninsula is often called "Iceland in miniature" as it is home to all of the incredible types of landscape that Iceland is famous for, including mountains, black sand beaches, and striking rock formations.

At the heart of the Snaefellsnes peninsula is the Snaefellsjokull National Park, whose main feature is the volcano of the same name.

The volcano gained fame as the entrance to the center of the Earth in Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth." The national park surrounding it boasts lava fields, mossy craters, and diverse birdlife.

Kirkjufell Mountain is the most photographed mountain in Iceland. Dramatic waterfalls, including the iconic Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, surround its cone-shaped peak.

Famous for its black pebble beach, Djupalonssandur beach is a historic site where you can still see the remnants of a British trawler that ran aground. You'll also find the famous "Lifting Stones," which were once used by anglers to test their strength.

There are also lots of small settlements on the Snaefellsnes peninsula that are worth a visit. Arnarstapi is known for its unique rock formations, including Gatklettur (the Arch Rock) and the basalt columns.

Hellnar is a picturesque fishing hamlet home to the intriguing cave, Badstofa, and a charming café with stunning ocean views. It's a great place to enjoy traditional Icelandic snacks and soak in the scenery.

Budir is a remote hamlet, home to the striking black Budakirkja church, one of Iceland's most iconic churches. The nearby landscape features lava fields and coastal views.

Other options for today include a relaxing day at the Sky Lagoon geothermal spa, a whale-watching tour, exploring more of Reykjavik, and a helicopter tour. You can also take a northern lights tour in the evening.

At the end of the day, you'll return to your accommodation in Reykjavik to spend your final night in Iceland.

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Day 5
A rainbow over Hallgrimskirkja church in Reykjavik.

Day 5 - Departure from Iceland

Day five of your South Coast adventure is your final day in Iceland, and it's time to finish your experience in the land of fire and ice. Depending on your flight time, you can still enjoy more activities before you leave.

You've already seen a lot of what Iceland has to offer, but if there's anything you've missed, you can see it virtually. The FlyOver Iceland show is a breathtaking sensory experience that whisks visitors on an exhilarating virtual journey through Iceland's stunning landscapes.

Located in Reykjavik, this immersive attraction combines cutting-edge technology with storytelling to simulate flying over the country's most iconic natural wonders.

Guests are suspended in a giant spherical screen, which envelops them in high-definition footage, wind, mist, and scents, creating an incredibly realistic sensation of soaring over glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls, and fjords.

If you went on a whale-watching tour in Iceland, you can head to the Reykjavik Whale Museum to learn more about these magnificent creatures.

Located on the vibrant harborfront, it provides an educational and immersive experience about the diverse whale species in Icelandic waters.

Visitors can explore life-sized replicas, skeletons, and interactive exhibits, offering insights into these magnificent creatures' biology, behavior, and conservation. The museum aims to raise awareness about protecting marine life and their habitats.

With its engaging displays and a focus on environmental stewardship, the Whale Museum offers a unique opportunity to deepen your understanding of Iceland's marine ecosystem while supporting conservation efforts.

You could also visit the Sky Lagoon geothermal spa today if you have yet to see it or want to go again.

When you're ready, you will catch the bus transfer to Keflavik International Airport in plenty of time for your flight.

Once you've checked in for your flight and dropped off your bag, head through to departures, where you can enjoy a meal, some drinks, or shop while you wait for your flight.

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What to bring

Warm, waterproof clothing
Good hiking shoes
Swimsuit and towel
Reusable water bottle

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