Private Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Tour

Reykjavík, Iceland
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About this experience

Your driver-guide will pick you up from your accommodation in Reykjavik in a modified 4x4 jeep and take you on a spectacular journey through Iceland's South Coast all the way to the beautiful Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. On this private tour, you will have plenty of time to enjoy each site. Stops for lunch and dinner will be made, as well as extra comfort stops.

You will visit the mesmerizing Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls, two of the most iconic waterfalls in Iceland. Afterward, check out Sólheimajökull glacier with its colors ad incredible shapes.

Continue to the fishing village of Vík, complete with its black beaches and sea stacks. The drive will then continue along beautiful lava fields and amazing scenery to get to Skaftafell National Park, where you will see amazing glaciers from up close. The highlight of the tour is then the spectacular Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, with its floating icebergs and Diamond Beach. You will have some time here to explore the lagoon and the nearby Diamond Beach, which takes its name from the shining ice blocks on its shore.

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    16 hour

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  • Best time to visit

    • Spring
    • Autumn
    • Summer
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    • Reykjavík Airport
    • Keflavík Airport

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