Tour without Boat Ride (All Year): Daily
Tour with Boat Ride (16 Apr - 15 Oct): Daily
Drop off at your hotel
Embark on an unforgettable journey of Iceland with this guided tour to the southern tip. Visit one of the famous attractions, the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon with this ticket. Make your experience even more special by upgrading your tour to include a 30-minute boat ride and enjoy cruising down the cold blue waters of the largest and deepest glacier lagoons in Iceland. Enjoy a visit to the most known waterfall– the Seljalandsfoss that allows walking behind the mighty fall! Admire the quaint and charming beauty of the seafront village of Vik with a rare chance to see the majestic Eyjafjallajökull volcano on a good weather day.
You will be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavik at the scheduled time.
On this tour, you’ll be heading towards south of Iceland for a full day excursion uncovering some of the most iconic Icelandic beauties like glaciers, icebergs and waterfalls.
Up first will be Jökulsárlón or the Glacier Lagoon, a unique natural formation that is located in the Skaftafell National Park. Steal a moment from your tour to admire the tranquil atmosphere and the drifting icebergs.
Take your Iceland journey to the next level by upgrading your tour to include an amazing boat ride! Feel one with nature as you cruise down the blue glacial waters on a 30-minute tour. You will have plenty of time to enjoy and explore this lagoon that branches from Breiðamerkurjökull, a sub-outlet of Europe’s largest glacier Vatnajökull.
After spending some quality time at the largest and the deepest glacier lagoon in Iceland, the tour will be taking you to the most famous waterfalls of the island. Seljalandsfoss is also well-known for its unique feature. You can walk behind to the other side of the fall and catch a stunning view! Both the waterfalls also appear in Justin Bieber’s video song I’ll Show You.
Your tour will come to an end at the village of Vik. Situated on the southern most tip of Iceland, Vik is famous for its beach with black pebbles and beautiful basalt column formations. If the weather is favourable, you might also enjoy a stunning view of the active Eyjafjallajökull volcano.
After the tour, you will be dropped back to your accommodation in Reykjavik.
Please call the local activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the tour start time to confirm all departure details.
Kids under 8 years of age aren't allowed to undertake the glacier lagoon tour.
Pick up can take up to 30 minutes starting with the time on your ticket. Please wait at your hotel/guesthouse in this time span.
Guests will be picked up from their accommodations in mini-buses and will be taken to the central bus station. All guests are requested to collate at the station and board the main bus for the tour.
Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other device.
Skogarfoss has been replaced with a “secret stop”. Your guide reserves the right to choose the best local stop dependent on weather conditions.
We have been planning to visit blue lagoon for long time , and we have such a wonderful experience.This tour is recommended.
Very courteous and warm greeting from our tour guide, Simon, from start to the end! Itineraries were kept on time perfectly. Our tour guide gives us additional info as a local on the background of Iceland, the tales and history behind each attraction. He tries to accommodate every passengers' request as much as he can and get general consensus on "additional requests". I'd love to have Simon in my next tour adventure!
One of the best experiences of my life, the tour was operated by Bustravel, incredibly well organised, very very knowledgeable guide and AMAZING landscapes.
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