What to expect on this awesome tour
Explore Iceland with a private guide
Ice caving in Katla volcano
Visit the Diamond Beach
See floating ice bergs
See where Game of Thrones was filmed
Do not miss out on this one!
- Seljalandsfoss waterfall
- Skógafoss waterfall
- Katla ice cave
- Reynisfjara black sand beach
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
- Diamond Beach
You would think that Iceland has polar bears, penguins and wear Viking helmets. Well, sorry to disappoint you, this is not the case. We have Vikings though but more modern Vikings.
We have also elves, trolls, ice, volcanoes and a lot of water and waterfalls. On the south coast of Iceland you get to see all of these things. It has all the best Iceland has to offer. The best way to explore all of this is with a private guide so you can take your time and do whatever you want to do.
Reykjavik Outventure is a small family owned operator with huge heart which creates high quality experiences for tourists. We specialise in private tours where the guests get to taste things and visit places they would usually not do except with a local guide.
Reykjavik Outventure’s team consists of experienced local guides who are here to make your days the best possible.
On the South Coast, you will have a taste of all the best of Iceland. Trolls, elves, glaciers, diamonds, volcanoes, caves, waterfalls, and so much more. You have the chance to have it all in one day and with a private local Viking to show you and tell you all the great stories it has.
After being picked up from a place of your choice in Reykjavik, you will head on to this magical tour. While driving to the South Coast, listen to your guide tell you stories of elves and trolls.
Your first stop is Seljalandsfoss waterfall. It is famous for the walking trail that leads behind it where on sunny days, you can see a rainbow coming over the waterfall on the other side. The water in this waterfall runs from the volcanic glacier Eyjafjallajökull, which last erupted in 2009!
Skógafoss waterfall is next. This is truly one of Iceland’s most magical waterfalls. The water in this waterfall runs from the glacier that lies on top of Iceland’s most powerful volcano. One scene in Game of Thrones was filmed by this waterfall.
Next up is the Katla Ice Cave, partially hidden under the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. This unique blue ice cave takes your breath away!
Another place where a scene from Game of Thrones was filmed is the Reynisfjara black sand beach. It is known for its heavy landscape and black basaltic rocks in the mountain towering over the beach.
Finally, is the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon filled with huge floating icebergs and seals, with the Diamond Beach next to it, the black sand beach filled with diamonds.