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Skógafoss

Skógafoss Waterfall is where a short walk up will reveal one of Iceland's most scenic views, with glaciers, volcanoes and black sandy beaches around you. The Skógá river hurls down the cliffs in the form of the Skógafoss waterfall. The waterfall is among the largest in the country with a width of 26m and a drop of 60m.

Other landmarks close by

Eyjafjallajökull

Eyjafjallajökul caused quite a stir with a fiery eruption in 2010, causing serious trouble for airlines and travelers. The glacier crests at an elevation of 1.651 meters, where its ice cap covers the caldera of an active volcano. This ice cap stretches over an area of roughly 100 square kilometres and the mountain beneath the cap stands at 1651 meters high.

Seljalandsfoss

The Seljalandsfoss waterfall, like an oasis in the desert, stops the buses in their tracks and make visitors swoon at its magnificent glory. Standing at 60 meters, the most unique feature is the loop trail leading adventurous visitors right behind its watery curtain for an experience as rare as it is breathtaking.

Reynisfjara & Reynisdrangar

Legend has it that the stacks in the sea are the jagged remains of a pair of trolls, who, in a botched attempt to tow a three-masted vessel ashore, turned to stone when the sun rose. You will find Garðar cliff; basalt columns that are shaped by the forces of nature. In addition to the myriad visual wonders, the area also hosts a rich birdlife.

"Golden Circle & snowmobile"

Its a "must to do activity" when you visit Iceland. The journey to the mountain with super truck for snowmobiel-ing is incredible. We were really happy and satisfied

- lilianaverwijst, January 2018

"Very well organised"

I would highly recommend these guys to go on tour with. Very well organised. Coaches comfortable. Would use again if I went back to Iceland.

- carol50500, January 2018

"Amazing Experience – Fantastic Guide & Driver"

We added "South Coast Classic" with Reykjavik Sightseeing to fill the time on one of our unplanned days. It turned out to be our best Iceland experience! The tour itself was 11 hours, and we couldn't believe how much we experienced in that time. The black sand beach with basalt columns was especially breathtaking.

- gregmU4960MA, January 2018