What awaits you:
Take a seat in our comfortable Premium minibus (only for 6 passengers), which looks more like a spaceship than an earthly vehicle. Each row of seats is adjustable for leg range, climate control - your comfort is important to us, because we have a busy day ahead and even moving should be a joy for you. It is that kind of unearthly shuttle that we will rush to admire the alien landscapes of Iceland. Also in small group you will have longer stops at each attraction.
The glacial lagoon is worth seeing - not because many films were filmed in it, including about James Bond, but because in twenty years, when the warmer ocean finally washed away the shores, it will not be!
On our glacier lagoon day tour we’ll go for a drive along the south coast of Iceland heading to second Europe’s largest glacier – Vatnajokull. Vatnajokull is the largest ice cap in Iceland, covering more than 8 percent of the country.
The fist stop of our trip is Skaftafell National Park. We will have small hiking here. Distance: 3.7 km (round-trip). Walking time: 1 - 1.5 hrs. Then we will move to Svartifoss waterfall. The name of the waterfall means "dark waterfall" because of the dark basalt columns surrounding it.
After we will drive to the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon where we will enjoy the view of the big floating icebergs and the huge glacier. Optional you can do exciting boat trip in the amphibian boat. During the trip you sail among the blue icebergs in the picturesque scenery of Jökulsárlón.
In the evening we will meet the sunset on the magnificent Diamond beach. The real name of Diamond Beach is Breiðamerkursandur, which translates to “Broad Plain Sand”. But its jewel-like nickname comes from the chunks of ice that decorate the beach all year long. We will watch how the rays of the sun shimmer in small ice.
Transfer to Reykjavik, to the hotel.
Important! We have the right to change the route depending on road and weather conditions.
+ Pick up and drop off from/to your hotel
+ Transfer by Premium mini bus (only 6 passengers)
+ Driver-Tour Leader (English speaking)
+ Thermos with tea/coffee
+ Bottled water
+ Icelandic sweets
+ windproof jacket
+ raincoat (you never know when you'll need it in Iceland)
+ beanie/neck gaiter
+ comfortable shoes