South Coast in Iceland - classic private tour

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Explore the evocative Icelandic south coast on a classic tour that will take you through a series of incredible natural attractions. The first stop will take you to the majestic Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where you can walk behind the veil of water and admire the beauty of unspoilt nature. Continue on to the lesser-known but equally fascinating waterfall of Gljufrabui, hidden among the rocks, for an even more intimate experience with nature.

The journey continues to another Icelandic icon, the spectacular Skógafoss, where thundering waters cascade into a sea of spray. Not far from here, you will have the opportunity to discover the Kvernufoss waterfall, a true hidden treasure surrounded by an extraordinary natural setting. Before continuing the journey, you will delight in a lunch break at a local restaurant, savouring the authentic flavours of Iceland and recharging your batteries for the rest of the adventure.

Continuing along the coast, you will stop at the famous black sand beach of Reynisfjara, characterised by impressive basalt rock formations and impressive stacks emerging from the ocean. Finally, the exciting tour culminates at Dyrhólaey, where a majestic cliff towers above the surrounding landscape, offering you a breathtaking panoramic view of the ocean and the opportunity to admire an iconic natural formation: a rock arch jutting out into the sea.



Dressing up adequately for a trip to Iceland means being prepared for variable weather, which can quickly change from sunny to windy and rainy, even in the course of a single day. The ideal is to dress in layers, with a breathable base layer, one intermediate layer suitable for thermal insulation (fleece or wool jumpers) and one outer layer as a technical, windproof outer jacket. Visit our blog for a dedicated article.

There is no ideal season to visit Iceland, the right answer is all year round. In summer the climate becomes pleasantly mild and the days are getting longer considerably, offering more time for visits. However, for those who wish enjoying the wonders of southern Icelandthe months of May and September represent excellent opportunities, with still favourable weather conditions and less crowding.
For those who aspire to experience the enchantment of theNorthern Lights in Iceland and experience the unique atmosphere of days dominated by twilight, it is advisable to plan your trip between October and April, when the Icelandic night is painted in magical colours.

Surprisingly the temperatures in Iceland are milder than a traveller might think. The average temperature varies between 10°C and 15°C throughout the year, making the Icelandic climate surprisingly cosy. However, it is the cold wind to represent the island's real climatic challengegiving it its characteristic wild touch. If you are planning your trip and want more time at your disposal, the summer months prove to be the ideal time to visiting Icelandless rainfall and a greater chance of enjoying the midnight sun in Iceland elevate the travel experience, giving you unforgettable views in a unique light.

To enter Iceland no tourist visa required. From the European Union and in particular identity card from Italy is sufficientAlternatively, it is of course always possible to use the passport.

L'Icelandic, the country's official language, is actually derived from ancient Norwegian dialects, brought to the island by settlers from western Norway. Today, about 320,000 people speak Icelandica language rich in history and tradition. Despite this, there is no need to worry about language barriers: our experienced guides are fluent in both English that in Italian.

During the winter months, theIceland is transformed into an enchanted realm of ice e snow, making the crampons an indispensable accessory for those who wish to explore its wonders without slipping or falling. In summer they are only necessary if you decide to buy one of our glacier tours, but we can provide them for you, so you won't need to pack them.

Iceland's official currency is the Icelandic Krona (ISK). At tourist attractions and in Reykjavík, the euro may be accepted, but for those who prefer to pay in cash, it is convenient to change into Icelandic krona, as the euro has a higher value and the krona tends to fluctuate significantly in the market.

Classic tour of Iceland's South Coast

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