On this tour you will travel east along Iceland’s south shore and visit two magnificent waterfalls: Seljalandsfoss a tall thin beauty of 63 meters which you can walk behind and Skogafoss, a 60 meter roaring giant that you can approach, as close as you dare.
There is also the beautiful black sand Reynisfjara Beach, Iceland’s southern most point with a few magnificent sea caves to explore. Basalt columns rocks are surrounding the beach and you have the view to a stunning sea stack (rumored to be one of Trolls playing in the sea but caught in the rising sunlight turning to stone).
In mid summer we will possibly see puffins, a unique and very photogenic sea birds, at amazing rock formations at Dyrhólaey cliffs.
We’ll also visit the glacier snout of Solheimajökull, an ever changing and moving natural wonder. Iceland is famous for its Geothermal Energy and on this tour you will get to visit the Hellisheiði Powerplant.
- Seljalandsfoss & Skogafoss waterfalls
- Solheimajökull glacier
- Reynisfjara shore and black sand beach
- Dýrholaey puffins’ cliffs (mid summer)
- Geothermal Energy Exhibition