9. From Reykjavík: Private Golden Circle and South Coast Tour
Starting from Reykjavik city to Golden Circle and then South Coast. Explore some of Iceland's major attractions in one day tour such as; Thingvellir, Geysir, Gullfoss Waterfall, Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Skógafoss Waterfall, Black sand beach, as well as Vik, With the utmost ease and security. You will be picked up by the driver from your hotel or other accommodations. And driven around to explore the historic sites, ascending waterfalls, and steaming geysers. 1. After leaving Reykjavik, your first stop will be at Thingvellir National Park. Wandering across this incredible landscape, you can make out massive cracks in the Earth's surface. Clear lakes and volcanic terrains are some of the attractions here. 2. The next stop on your journey will be at Geysir, which can be found in the geothermal section of the Haukadalur valley. The Icelandic word Geysir literally translates to "gush," and its hot spring is the inspiration for geysers everywhere. If you've ever wanted to see a real hot spring in action, a visit to the Geysir Geothermal District won't disappoint. Whereas, The Haukadalur Valley is home to the world's oldest confirmed geyser. 3. Gullfoss is the next location on the Private Golden Circle tour. Gullfoss (the "Gold Falls"), one of Iceland's most famous waterfalls, is supplied by millions of gallons of frozen meltwater from Langjokull, Iceland's second-largest glacier. Gullfoss Waterfall originates from Langjökull, which is Iceland’s second-largest glacier. There are multiple viewpoints to enjoy the view of this elegant waterfall. 4. Seljalandsfoss, Iceland, is our next destination. This calming waterfall, which is 66 meters high and allows you to walk around it, is a sight to behold. But be careful: you can end yourself drenched. On a clear day, the Westman Islands or Vestmannaeyjar can be seen from here. 5. Skógafoss Waterfall is our next stop. Observe the massive amounts of water cascading from this waterfall! Skógafoss Waterfall has a width of 25 meters and a height of 60 meters. Enjoy the sound of water cascading down a cliff and, if you're lucky, rainbows generated by the spray of this natural wonder. 6. Your next destination will be the black sand beach. Reynisfjara, also known as Black Sand Beach, is where you may experience the raw and alluring energy of the North Atlantic and its wonderfully sculpted basalt column cliffs. The location is both beautiful and dangerous; visitors should treat it with respect. 7. The last stop is Vik, which, despite its small population of around 320 people, has a lot to offer. You can either eat your lunch in one of the restaurants or walk down to the beach to see the famous Reynisdrangar.