Eastern Region, Iceland
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  • From Reykjavik: Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Full-Day Trip

    1. From Reykjavik: Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon Full-Day Trip

    Explore the dramatic landscapes of the south of Iceland on a full-day sightseeing tour. Go to the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon outlet of the largest glacier in Europe.

    Following a pick-up from your hotel in Reykjavik, transfer to the southern coast and the dramatic Glacier Lagoon. Enjoy plenty of time to see the floating icebergs and enjoy the stunning scenery.

    During the season, make sure to reserve your ticket to the boat cruise on the Jökulsárlón and experience the unique Glacier Lagoon spectacle up close. When you prebook, your place is guaranteed.

    Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon is Iceland’s largest and deepest glacier lagoon. It branches from Breidamerkurjokull, an outlet glacier of Vatnajokull, Europe’s largest glacier.

    Return to Reykjavik, stopping at the gorgeous waterfa...

    Vom Anfang bis zum Schluss gut organisierte und gut durchgeführte Tour! Anna hat uns perfekt durchgeführt und betreut- ja sie hat uns sogar ein Lied in echter „Wikingersprache“ vorgesungen Die Locations waren wunderschön, einfach nichts zu meckern und nur zu empfehlen! Ich habe vor dieser Tagestour einen Reiturlaub auf Islandpferden gemacht, also hat mir das Sitzen im Bus sehr gut gepasst nach all den Tölt- Strapazen

  • Crystal Ice Cave Tour from Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon

    2. Crystal Ice Cave Tour from Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon

    Experience the majestic beauty of a natural ice cave on a tour of Vatnajökull Glacier. Meet your certified glacier guide at Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, and then take a 20-30 minute scenic drive to the ice cave.  Get ready to see a magical world of blue ice as you enter the ice cave. Your guide will ensure that you are safe and secure once inside the cave. Gear up with all necessary glacier gear, provided for your safety. Cast your eyes on the heavenly shades of blue ice once you are inside the cave. Take stunning photos of the ice as you spend approximately 40 minutes exploring this miracle of Mother Nature. Discover all that the ice cave has to offer before heading back to Jökulsarlón Glacier Lagoon.

    Very good experience. Blue ice cave is magnificent place. Although there are also other beautiful (and longer) caves to visit.Gily is a very experienced guide and we really enjoyed our time with him.

  • From Reykjavik: Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon with Boat Trip

    3. From Reykjavik: Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon with Boat Trip

    Depart Reykjavik and get stunning views of some of the most magnificent scenery in Iceland on the bus ride to Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon. Marvel at the mighty Hvannadalshnjúkur mountain and black sand desert that sprawls between Skaftafell National Park and the lagoon.  Stop at Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where you can walk behind the cascades to reach the other side. Continue to the majestic Skógafoss waterfall and marvel at the impressive 60-meter drop. Drive onwards to Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon and go for a stroll along the shores of the lake on arrival to admire the scenery. Experience the incredible tranquility of the area as 1,000 to 1,500-year-old ice breaks away from the Vatnajökull glacier and floats silently across the water. Recognize locations from some of the many movies that have been filmed in the area, such as Batman Begins and Tomb Raider.

    Absolutely amazing. So much better than tours with Reykjavík excursions. Tour guide Ursula was fantastic. The glacier lagoon is just the most incredible thing over ever seen.

  • South Coast & Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon

    4. South Coast & Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon

    Head along the beautiful south shore of Iceland to the extraordinary glacial lagoon, Jökulsárlón, on this full-day tour.  Pass some charming villages as well as Skaftafell National Park and visit Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Skógarfoss waterfall. Just before you reach the lagoon, you'll pass Iceland’s biggest volcano, Öræfajökull glacier which has the highest peak of the island, Hvannadalshnjúkur. (2110 m). After arriving at the lagoon, enjoy some time to view this stunning area. Take a walk along the shore and admire the icebergs. During the summer season, amphibian boat tours on the lagoon are available at an extra cost (payable onsite). Jökulsárlón started to form in the early nineteen twenties and is getting bigger every year. You will see many amazing blocks of ice that have broken off Europe’s biggest glacier, Vatnajökull, as they sail slowly towards the ocean which is only a ki...

    It's a very long day, but worth it ro see the spectacular Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon. The boast ride on the lagoon is not included, but I would highly recommend adding it to this trip.

  • Reykjavik: Glacier Lagoon and South Coast Small Group Tour

    5. Reykjavik: Glacier Lagoon and South Coast Small Group Tour

    Your day will begin as you are picked up from Reykjavik, at which point you will be whisked away down the picturesque south coast. You will pass gorgeous meadows, rugged coastlines, and traditional farmsteads on the way. You will begin with a visit to the 60-meter-high Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, considered a staple stop for sightseeing trips down the coast. You will then make a refreshment stop at the southernmost village of Iceland, VikiMyrdal. Continuing along the south towards the east, you’ll be amazed as the scenery transforms from rich farmlands and dramatic mountains to darkened outwash plains, black deserts and staggering areas of natural elevation. If the conditions allow, you can also pay a visit to the stunning river canyon of Fjadrargljufur. Finally, you will reach the highlight of the day, Jokulsarlon, where you will be immediately taken within its ethereal ambience, glitter...

    Guide was excellent. Learned so much history and personal experiences because he had lived there for many years.

  • South Coast & Jokulsarlon Small Group Sightseeing Tour

    6. South Coast & Jokulsarlon Small Group Sightseeing Tour

    This small group adventure starts from Reykjavik where your guide will pick you up from one of the authorized pickup points in the Reykjavik downtown area. First stop will be the stunning Seljalandsfoss waterfall, which is one of the few waterfalls in Iceland that you can walk behind. Next up is the powerful Skogafoss waterfall, located in the peaceful area of Skogar, which is one of the largest waterfalls in Iceland, surrounded by beautiful scenery. A trail located on the right side of the waterfall offers explorers the chance to view the waterfall from various angles. Then, visit the local village of Vik where you will have time to have lunch. The famous Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon will be your next stop. The beautiful picturesque glacier lagoon has been featured in various Hollywood movies for good reason. See majestic icebergs floating in the peaceful lagoon, and add an (optional)...

    Great tour, only downfall was we didn’t stop at Skogafoss as it’s stated in the listing.

  • South Coast and Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Full-Day Tour

    7. South Coast and Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon Full-Day Tour

    Travel through the dramatic geothermal landscapes of Iceland on route to the Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon. Marvel at the tall mountain of Hvannadalshnjúkur and the black sand desert between Skaftafell National Park and the lagoon. Stop at Seljalandsfoss Waterfall for the chance to walk to the other side. Upon arrival at Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon, walk to the edge and get a sense of incredible tranquility as ice up to 1,500 years old drifts across the lake.

    This is a long tour but plenty of stops along the way. According to the tour description we were meant to stop to hunt for northern lights but guide did not mention anything and we went back to hotels. Maybe it was too obvious that we could not see them with the weather on the day, but maybe the description of the tour is incorrect too. At the end we were happy to go to the hotel after such a long day :)

  • Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and South Coast Private Tour

    8. Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and South Coast Private Tour

    Benefit from a morning pick-up at your hotel or the port in Reykjavik, and then journey towards Europe's largest glacial lake at the Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. Pass traditional Icelandic villages nestled within the Skaftafell National Park. Experience a pace of life far removed from the hustle and bustle of downtown Reykjavik. Visit the top attractions of the dramatic wilderness, such as the waterfall of Seljalandsfoss and the Þorvaldseyri Volcano Museum, where you can learn more about Iceland’s rich geology and powerful geothermal activity. From Jökulsárlón, get panoramic views of the Vatnajokull glacier (Europe's largest glacier), and watch the sunlight bouncing off the mighty icebergs floating in the lake. Climb aboard a sightseeing boat for a 30 to 40-minute cruise across the calm and icy waters. Your guide will shed some light on the geology of the lagoon as you keep an eye out f...

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What people are saying about Eastern Region, Iceland

Our guide Matt was amazing! The most intelligent and funny guid that we have had in Iceland so far. Our bus driver Kal was also amazing. We chose to skip coffee and see some extra sights and it was sooo worth it. It’s a long day but I learned more in this trip than any where else while in this country! The lagoon boat is a must don’t skip it. The waterfalls are also incredible! All the glaciers were more exciting because Matt knew everything about every single one. I appreciate that he enjoys his job so much. His passion is intoxicating.

Our Guide Gud was very friendly and had a very calm and knowledgeable attitude.!He guaranteed a safe environment for the whole group and at every stop. The scenery was stunning, but be prepared for a long journey! There have been enough stops for supplies and pictures. Insider: I have never been called pretty boy that much in my life. (I hope you guys read the reviews!)

Informative. Well organized. But if u have a child, it will be better to book another one. There is a lot of tours where u shouldn't pay for children.

This was a great tour. Our guide Rok had a lot of interesting information to tell and the glacier lagoon was pretty amazing.

It was amazing to see the icebergs and the glaciar, although it is really far away!!