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Private South Shore Tour from Reykjavik
"On this tour of Iceland’s South Shore we travel from Reykjavik to the town of Vik.We stop at Skogarfoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls. We drive past Eyjafjallajokull volcano (remember 2010?). We visit the stunning black sand beaches and basalt co where we can see puffins. We also walk up to a glacier! We might add some stops and skip others on this tour depending on weather and the general mood in the car We stop along the way for lunch and snacks (not included).""""Join us on an excursion to the South of Iceland! A little bit of everything on this tour: Waterfalls glaciers black sand beaches
From EUR900.00
 
"Private Day Trip on the Icelandic South Coast from Reykjavik: Seljalandsfoss
Deriving Pleasure from the Picturesque Views of Icelandic South Coast"After being picked from your hotel in your private transport you will begin your tour to the east of Reykjavik in the region of South Iceland with your own private driver/guide. You will travel on the main road number 1 and pass the town of Selfoss Hella and Hvölsvöllur.Next you will come across Seljalandsfoss waterfall in Iceland which is among the most visited. This is an absolute must see and one can even walk behind the waterfall.Skogafoss is the next stop; you are not able to w the area and waterfall itself offers a special charm. The whole of this region is actually better recognized due to the Eyjafjallajökull volcano which erupted in 2010 and brought air traffic to a standstill in a lot of European countries.You willyou will be able to enjoy the view from the cliffs near the ocean and huge waves. Film makers used this beach as well as others which are similar
From $300.00
 
South Coast Volcano Private 4x4 Jeep Tour from Reykjavik
"This tour takes you to the diverse and exceptional landscape that the South of Iceland has to offer. We will drive past volcanoes to find splendid waterfalls and the dramatic rock formations and long stretch of black beaches that line the southern shore of Iceland at a comfortable pace. We have a “waterfall warm up” by taking our first stop at Urriðafoss also known as the trout waterfall. The waterfall is voluminous it falls down the margin of Þjórsárhraun lava field which is the greatest lava flow on earth since the Ice Age.We then hop back onto Highway 1 to continue our quest of spectacular waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss. Seljalandsfoss is just over 60m surrounded by beautiful cliffs and slopes. There is a footpath behind the waterfall where depending on road conditions we can actually take a walk behind the waterfall for a different view.Sko it boasts a width of 25m. On sunny days it’s not unusual to to see double rainbow through the spray created by the waterfall.We continue towards the east on the south coast to Dyrholaey
From EUR975.00

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VIK'S COASTLINE HAS MOVED THROUGH THE CENTURIES

In the late 19th century the settlement of Vik was established but due to the proximity of the ocean the houses were in constant danger from flooding or from sand drifts. When there was a huge...
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DEAD TROLLS CAUGHT BY THE DAYLIGHT

Reynisfjall is the name of the basalt stacks that can be seen from the beach at Vik. A long time ago they were part of a cliff but this is all that remains today as the rough sea has battered the land...
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BEST BEACH IN THE WORLD, BY THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

Vik has a lovely sandy beach but i would be surprised if anyone swims there as the Atlantic Ocean was very rough on the day i visited. Actually one of the American magazines voted this beach as one of...
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THE VOYAGE, VIK & KINGSTON UPON HULL

While walking towards the beach at Vik i noticed a statue of a man standing on top of a stone column. I was even more surprised when i read the plaque which informed me that the sculpture was called...
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ARCTIC LUPINES ARE EVERYWHERE

If you walk towards the beach at Vik you will see Arctic Lupines growing everywhere, one of the more beautiful wildflowers. The flowers are normally blue with a slight tinge of pink, and hares and...
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THE LITTLE CHURCH ON THE HILL

From most parts of the town of Vik it is possible to see the little church on the hill, and is probably the safest place to be should a flood be triggered by a volcanic eruption. The church is known...
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Dyrholaey

This cliff is 110 meters tall and it have a shape of arch and it is so big that boat can go inside it!!! So it explain the name of Dyrholaey: Island-hill of the door". On the cliff there is a nice...
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Skogafoss

Skogafoss waterfall is near the city of Skoga and with its 60 m. tall it is the most short waterfall of the twelve that you meet in the Fimmvorduhals River. A legend say that a colon call Prasi hide a...
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White vs Black

The whitest part of the glacier. The glacier is memorable because of its color; very unlike those I've seen in Switzerland, New Zealand & Canada.Sometimes, contrasts in life are so much more...
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Hill above Vík

Climb up to this hill, use your 4wd wagon, and you will see, how the End of the World looks like. Then look back to see the mountains and at their top the snow and the glaciers. See how puffins are...
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Black beaches of Vík

This beach has black vulcanic sand. So it ain't a Baywatch. Better Birdwatch, couse at this place you could find some puffins, artic terns and great squas fighting. Very funny, It's really like a...
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Reynisdrangur

Reynisdrangur are 3 tall rocks call Skessudrangar, Landdrangar and Langhamrar and birds fly over them! The most high tall rock is 60 meters.
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Seljalandsfoss

This "small" waterfall are situated inside Seljaland Farm and it is very nice! People can go behind the waterfall but you must pay attention because there is a lot of water that fall down.
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Waterfalls

Near Skogar - Skogafoss & Seljalandafoss are 2 great waterfalls, the latter you can walk behind.In Vik, walk up Reynisfjall, a cliff with fantastic views.
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