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

If you travel Iceland's South Coast during the winter, Skógafoss Waterfall might just be basked in the glory of the Northern Lights.
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Apr. - Oct.
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10 years old

Join this exciting two-day tour for the chance of exploring the attractions of Iceland's South Coast. You will behold stunning glaciers, vast lava fields, active volcanoes and powerful waterfalls, as you embark on the Arctic adventure of a lifetime.

The stunning Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon is one of the highlights of the tour, as well as being one of the most visited sights of the entire country. Belonging to the greater Vatnajökull National Park, the lagoon boasts of an ever-changing scenery of icebergs floating in the freezing water.

The tour will not only let you witness the living phenomena of a glacier but feel it under your very feet, as it includes a hike up the Sólheimajökull glacial tongue. Your expert tour guides will provide you with all the necessary equipment, as you ascend the ice amongst its many sculptures and crevasses.

This tour operates April - Oct, so you will have plenty of daylight to enjoy all the amazing sights that you will visit during this amazing adventure. Accommodation for the night is also provided for, on this immensely popular tour of the South Coast.

The availability of this tour is limited, so don’t hesitate to reserve your spot now for a chance of beholding all of these unique and natural wonders. Check availability by choosing a date.


Pick-up & drop-off in Reykjavík
English guide
Accommodation for one night with breakfast in guesthouse with shared bathrooms
Free Wi-Fi on the bus
Guided glacier hiking tour & gear
Minibus tour for maximum 19 passengers


Glacier Hiking

Daily itinerary

Day 1
Seljalandsfoss waterfall on the South Coast of Iceland can be walked behind during the summer season.

South Coast Waterfalls & Glacier Hike

After meeting your transportation in Reykjavík, your adventure begins with a visit to the two great waterfalls of the South Coast, Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss.

You will also be treated to visiting the smaller and lesser-known waterfalls Gljúfrabúi, Kvernufoss and Írafoss, all of which are equal in beauty to their larger and more frequently visited counterparts.

As your journey continues, your drive will take you to the infamous Eyjafjallajökull glacier volcano that so memorably erupted back in 2010. Its neighbour is Mýrdalsjökull, where you will embark on your glacial hike adventure, up one of its outlet glacial tongues Sólheimajökull.

Next up is Reynisfjara, a black sand beach on which the ocean waves crash with great power. Visible just offshore are the basalt sea stacks Reynisdrangar - the rocky remains of two trolls dragging a three-masted ship to shore, according to legend.

At the end of your first day, your accommodation awaits you in the area, and hopefully, be it the season, you will be treated by the Northern Lights appearing in all their colourful glory.

Day 2
The glacier lagoon Jökulsárlón is the favourite site of many visitors to Iceland.

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon & Skaftafell National park

On your second day, you will be visiting Vík in Mýrdalur, the southernmost village in Iceland, with Mt. Reynisfjall looking over it. Next up is an excursion to the waterfall Foss á Síðu, about 10 km east of the town Kirkjubæjarklaustur. From there you will head on to Skaftafell National Park for a lunch stop.

The park is truly a sight to behold, boasting endless scenic hiking trails, rumbling brooks and stunning waterfalls, surrounded by glorious glaciers and dramatic mountains.

Then it is time to head to Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon, the photo opportunity of a lifetime. The icebergs drifting in the lagoon have broken off from Breiðamerkurjökull, one of Vatnajökull’s over 30 outlet glaciers. Vatnajökull itself is the largest ice-cap in the country and the second largest in all of Europe.

Some of those icebergs wash on shore, at a beach rightly dubbed Diamond Beach, where they sparkle like gemstones in the sun. No visitor to Iceland should miss out on these icy sights.

As your adventure concludes, you will be taken back to the city of Reykjavík in the afternoon, with your head full of memories and your memory card full of photos. Go ahead and book your Arctic adventure now.

What to bring

Warm clothes
Good hiking shoes

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 are 19 which gives a better atmosphere while travelling

If you are a single traveller then a Single Room Supplement of 7.500 ISK is mandatory.

Only small carry on luggage such as backpacks are 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 luggage lockers that are located in the centre Reykjavík. We can also offer you to store your luggage for free at NiceTravel office. Click 'Inquire about this tour for more information.

IMPORTANT: It can happen that the glacier hike is cancelled because of weather and/or safety reasons. Then we will find other activities when possible and refund the price difference. We reserve the right to change the order of the activities and sightseeing of the itinerary.

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