SOUTH SHORE & NORTHERN LIGHTS TOUR
SOUTH SHORE & NORTHERN LIGHTS – MAKE A DREAM COME TRUE
This 2-in1 combo tour combines Iceland’s two most popular tours, South Shore & northern lights.
Join us on an unforgettable day from Reykjavík. Explore all the natural wonders at the south shore – and witness the Northern Lights dancing in the sky in the evening.
SOUTH SHORE & NORTHERN LIGHTS: HIGHLIGHTS
⭐️ Sólheimajökull Glacier: a picturesque glacial tongue extending from the Myrdalsjökull glacier.
⭐️ Reynisfjara: the famous black sand beach. Jagged lava rock columns, basalt columns and the massive cave below soaring sea birds.
⭐️ Vík: Iceland’s southernmost town with beautiful houses under the church upon a hill.
⭐️ Skógafoss: The powerful glacial waterfall with stairs leading up to one of Iceland´s most scenic views of glaciers, volcanoes, black sand beaches and possible sheep.
⭐️ Seljalandsfoss: The 60-meter-high waterfall, famous for the hidden pathway which leads next to and around to the other side.
⭐️ Northern Lights Hunt: In the evening we will head out to hunt for the northern lights.
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SOUTH SHORE & NORTHERN LIGHTS: YOUR PERFECT DAY IN ICELAND
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The Solheim Glacier is a magnificent and humbling site to behold. A ten-minute walk will lead you to Myrdalsjökull. Here you can also see beautiful icebergs revealing deep blue colors.
Reynisfjara (The Black Sand Beach)
Reynisfjara is one of the most famous and most visited sites in all of Iceland. Marvel at the unique volcanic black sand and its rising basalt columns.
This is both a beautiful and dangerous destination. Here heavy ‘sneaker’ or rogue waves can catch visitors off guard by coming higher up the beach than expected. We always warn you to keep one eye on the ocean as you enjoy this sight.
Vík í Mýrdal
The quaint town of Vík is Iceland’s southernmost point. A Icelandic church overlooks the ocean. At this stop, you will have a chance to grab some lunch and use the restroom. Explore the town, spend time at the beach, or do some souvenir shopping at Icewear’s outlet store. This is the farthest point along the south coast tour.
Along the return trip to Reykjavik, we will stop at the powerful 65-meter-tall Skógafoss Waterfall. At this stop, a short walk up a flight of steps will reveal one of Iceland´s most scenic views of glaciers, volcanoes and black sandy beaches.
With viewpoints both above and directly next to the waterfall, photographers will have plenty of chances to capture that unique shot.
The Seljalandsfoss waterfall is for many guests the highlight of this trip, as you can walk along and behind this waterfall offering a completely unique perspective. Just be sure to bring a rain jacket!
During the short days of winter as you may be arriving in the evening, this waterfall is lit up to still give you a chance to capture its beauty. From here we will spend about 1.5hrs in the coach returning to Reykjavik.
Northern Lights Hunt
Starting off in Reykjavik, we will head outside the city to get as far from light pollution as possible. On a successful night of northern lights hunting, you will see the dancing display of the aurora borealis. The northern lights are a most elusive sight as they are such an unpredictable phenomenon and one that is truly magnificent when witnessed.
Age limit: 8
Duration: 14 hours
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