SOUTH SHORE & GLACIER LAGOON
Glacier Lagoon Tour Information
The duration of the tour is 14 hours
The Glacier lagoon, Jökulsárlón, and it’s surrounding glacial wonderland is truly one of a kind and certainly not to be missed.
The Glacier Lagoon is a stunning force of nature which is fed with icebergs from one of the the offsprings of the largest ice caps in Iceland, Vatnajökull.
Part of the scenery is the black basalt iceberg decorated Diamond beach. As the ice breaks away from the melting glacier it drifts through the lagoon and towards the ocean which creates a very unique landscape that is constantly moving and shifting.
We will also make time during the drive to visit well selected places on the south coast including the stunning Fjallsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the hidden gem Stjórnarfoss waterfall, the mysterious Seljalandsfoss waterfall that you can walk behind and the charming Vík village with it’s black sand beach and majestic Reynisdrangar seastacks.
Being located in the south east some 380 km from the capital, The Glacier Lagoon tour is our longest day tour (14 hrs) but most certainly worth the drive.
- Important information: Make sure to note down your pickup times and Departure Times.
Pick up can take up to 30 minutes starting with the time on your ticket. Please wait at your hotel / guest house in this time span.
Reykjavik is widespread. We collect our guests with several mini buses, so please don’t be surprised being united to one bus before joining your Bus at a central bus station.
- A 30 minutes boat ride on the Glacier Lagoon can be purchased on the bus for ISK 6000 per person.
- Food and drinks are not included but can be purchased on the way, there is time allocated for lunch
- The duration of the tour is 14 hours. Please be aware that the tour could run long if affected by bad weather or other delays.
- We will charge a cancellation fee of 100% if booking is cancelled 1 day or less before event
- Bus fare
- Professional guide
- Free WiFi
- Pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks
What do I need to bring?
- Warm, water- and windproof clothing are always useful in Iceland.
- All tickets are e-tickets so there is no need to print them out.