The land of Ice and Fire
A smooth drive along highway 1 South from Reykjavik will take you through some magnificent scenery and bring you to spectacular waterfalls, hot springs and more.
Enjoy a full day tour and return back to Reykjavik to relax in our hotel.
Hveragerði and Reykjavdalur
Explore the small town of Hveragerði then continue with a climb up to Reykjadalur. Reykjadalur which means "the Smokey Valley" is a wonderful nature path that has plenty of hot springs and streams. This tour can be done in four hours and is considered an easy hike. You can have a swim in the natural springs or just enjoy the wonderful scenery. The tour can also be done on horseback!
Seljalandsfoss, a breathtaking waterfall that is worth a trip to all year round. Get your courage up and take a walk behind the Seljalandsfoss falls. The gorgeous hiking tour towards Þórsmörk (Thorsmork) starts here.
Vík í Mýrdal, also known as Vík, means inlet or cove. This quaint fishermen's town of less than 400 residents is a tranquil place to stop over. Enjoy the black sand beach and Reynisdrangar, a beautiful set of basalt sea stacks with a spectacular view - especially during sunset.
Visiting the Skógafoss waterfall is a must during a South Coast adventure. Climb up the stairs for an aerial like view of the waterfall and Skógá River. There's a path by Skógá that leads to some of Iceland's most famous glaciers, Eyjafjallajökull also known as E15 that erupted in 2010 and blocked air traffic in all of Europe and Mýrdalsjökull. The path can be trekked in a day, in the right season, to Þórsmörk.
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