Enjoy a scenic coach tour of Iceland’s South Shore and stop to walk behind Seljarlandsfoss Waterfall. Visit the Skógar Folk Museum to learn about life in Iceland in centuries past. Explore the black sand coast and impressive Reynisdrangar rocks.
What to Expect
This full-day coach tour of Iceland’s stunning South Shore from Reykjavik is ideal for nature lovers, as you will drive through one of the country's most scenic regions, reaching as far as Vík, surrounded by high cliffs that attract an abundance of birdlife.
Departing from Reykjavik, you will drive to the gorgeous Seljarlandsfoss Waterfall, unique in the fact that you can walk behind it through to the other side. Continue to the majestic, and much photographed, Skógafoss Waterfall. Located on the former coastline of Iceland before it receded seward, the 200-foot (60-meter) drop is one of the biggest in the country. Next, visit the Skógar Folk Museum in a tiny Icelandic hamlet, and get a sense of how Icelanders lived in centuries past. Continue through the glacial landscape of Mýrdalsjökull Glacier, where the icecap covers the active Katla volcano.
Drive along the black sand coastline, where the beaches are formed out of black basalt, and see the impressive Reynisdrangar rock formations near Vík, the southernmost village in Iceland. Located on the main road that circumnavigates Iceland, it’s approximately 110 miles (180 kilometers) from Reykjavik, where you will head back at the end of a long but awe-inspiring journey.
- Hotel pick-up 30 minutes prior to tour departure
- Transportation by coach
- Admission to the Skógar Folk Museum
What to Remember
English: Daily (all year)
German: Fri (all year)
French: Wed (all year)
Scandinavian: Tues (all year)
Spanish: Mon (1 May - 15 Sept)