South Coast of Iceland to village Vik

Highlights

Stefán

Reykjavik
English (Native), Icelandic (Native)
10 hours
Private tour (only you and your group)
Up to 4 people

This amazing route includes waterfalls, black beaches, glaciers, volcanoes, and the picturesque Vik village. This is the second most popular sightseeing trip to make out of Reykjavik after the Golden circle route.

Itinerary

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Meeting Point

At your hotel

08:00

Reykjavik

We depart Reykjavik in the morning. Starting time is flexible but recommended starting time is 8 am.

10:00

Seljalandsfoss waterfall

Seljalandsfoss waterfalls is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. When it is not icy it is usually possible to hike behind the 100 ft. high waterfall. Please note that the path is very uneven and not suitable for everyone.

11:00

Skogafoss waterfall

Skogafoss waterfall is 100 ft. high. It is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. It has perfect dimensions for photography. Looks like a curtain from afar.

12:00

Village Vik

Village Vik has a population of around 300. It is the southernmost town in Iceland and the only town by the sea without a harbor. This is a suitable place for a lunch brake. You'll have a view of a black beach and sea stacks in the water. The largest souvenir shop in Iceland is in Vik.

03:00

Solheimajokull glacier

Solheimajokull glacier is one of many glaciers along the south coast. We'll drive 4 km off the main road to reach a parking lot. From there we'll walk along a fairly good path towards the edge of the glacier. The hike there takes about 20 minutes each way. Please wear suitable shoes. In winter the path may be icy and therefore very slippery. The visit will take about 1 hour in total from time you arrive from time you depart.

Ending Point

At your hotel

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Inclusions & Exclusions

What‘s included

Pick up from your accommodation in Reykjavik.

Transportation can be arranged upon request if you're staying outside of Reykjavik.

Professional English-speaking driver/guide.

Vehicle suitable for the size of your group. Please ask if there's more than 4 in your group.

Licensed vehicle, registered, and insured.

Entrance fees/parking fees where applicable along this route.

What‘s not included

Your lunch.

Items of personal nature.

Activities such as ATV, Snowmobile, horse riding, Kayaking etc.

Important Information

Starting time is flexible.

Please ask if there's more than 4 in your group for a different price.

Activities can be added as an optional extra if requested.

- ATV tour

- Snowmobile

- Zip Line

- Horse riding

- Kayaking

Cancellation Policy

  • Free cancellation - 30 days prior to meeting time
  • 50% Refund - 15 to 29 days prior to meeting time
  • No Refund - Within 14 day(s) prior to meeting time

Frequently Asked Questions

What must I see when in Iceland?

1 - Golden circle route.

2 - South coast to village Vik.

3 - South coast to the Glacier lagoon.

4 - Northern lights in winter.

5 - Volcanic eruption in case there is one going when you're in Iceland.

6 - Snaefellsnes peninsula route.

7 - Borgarfjordur valley route.

8 - Go around the entire country in 4 to 14 days. Recommended time - 5 to 7 nights outside of Reykjavik.

What is the best day trip in Iceland?

The Golden circle is the most popular day trip out of Reykjavik. South coast to village Vik is the second most popular. South coast to the Glacier lagoon with one night in the countryside and then return to Reykjavik is the third most popular.

Why should I hire a professional private guide in Iceland?

- Knows the way.

- Worry free travel and convenience.

- Answers all your questions about Iceland.

- Expert driver in summer and winter.

- Is aware of road and weather hazards, volcanic eruptions etc.

- Can adjust the itinerary to your wishes within reason of course.

$1,600/ per group