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South Coast & Glacier Lagoon with Glacier Hike 2 days / 1 night


CERTIFIED OPERATOR     Tour operator: Gray Line     1 days     Travel method: Walking

On the first day we’ll encounter lush farmlands, powerful volcanos, glaciers and majestic waterfalls before moving on to Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, a truly unique natural phenomenon favored by photographers and filmmakers the world over for its surreal and ever-changing beauty. We then arrive at Gerði Country Hotel, where you rest up for the night and dinner is available for purchase.

The second day starts with a trip to Svínafellsjökull glacier, where you'll go on a two-hour walk through the heart of a spectacular landscape with expansive views over roughhewn mountains and iceblue glacier fields. It’s a fantastic opportunity for stunning photographs. On the way back to Reykjavik we drop by Seljalandsfoss waterfall, one of the most iconic images of the South Coast.



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Minimum age: 1 years



What is included

Necessary gear for glacier hike

What do I need to bring

  • Bring warm, wind and rain proof clothing (layered), sturdy shoes, balaclava, warm gloves and socks





  Attention

  • Food, other then breakfast at Gerði Country Hotel is not included
  • Glacier Lagoon Boat Tour is an optional extra with this tour. You can select that option as you go through the booking process
  • From October and through April, Boat tours on the lagoon are suspended due to high volumes of icebergs.


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Duration

38 hours

What is included

Necessary gear for glacier hike

Minimum age

1 years

What do I need to bring

  • Bring warm, wind and rain proof clothing (layered), sturdy shoes, balaclava, warm gloves and socks

Attention

  • Food, other then breakfast at Gerði Country Hotel is not included
  • Glacier Lagoon Boat Tour is an optional extra with this tour. You can select that option as you go through the booking process
  • From October and through April, Boat tours on the lagoon are suspended due to high volumes of icebergs.