Multi Day Tours

2 day South Coast and Blue Ice Cave Tour

See some of Iceland’s most popular attractions, visit a stunning blue ice cave, and get a chance to see the amazing Northern Lights.

  • Trees planted 2
  • Available jan, feb, nov, dec
  • Duration 2 days / 1 night
  • Location South coast of Iceland
  • Number of participants Min. 1, max. 10
  • Age limit 8 years

What you'll experience.

Join this tour along Iceland’s south coast to discover the stunning, unique, natural Blue Ice cave, glaciers, lava fields, volcanoes, strong rivers and magical waterfalls.

After being picked up in Reykjavik in the morning, your next two days will be an unforgettable adventure exploring the many amazing natural wonders of the South Coast of Iceland.

On the first day, visits to the famous waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss are amongst the highlights but you also visit the less known but no less beautiful waterfalls of Gljufrabui, Kvernufoss and Irafoss. The black sand beach of Reynisfjara with its amazing surrounding area completes this exiting day.

After a good rest, your adventure continues the second day where you will visit the beautiful Skaftafell and walk on the Diamond Beach, an amazing black beach scattered with icebergs, next to Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. The stunning Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon is where huge icebergs float in ice cold water and seals swim around them.

The highlight of the tour is a visit to a natural ice cave in Vatnajökull, Iceland’s largest glacier. The ice in the cave is spectacularly blue and is a very popular attraction.

If you want to enjoy the Icelandic nature to the fullest and to witness one of Iceland’s most incredible natural phenomenon, then you should book this tour now as availability is very limited.

Tour operator

This tour is operated by our friends at Nicetravel. A family run tour operator that aims to offer personal service and creating memorable experiences for their guests. Their motto is simply: “be Nice”.

Nicetravel certifications:

Tour operator

54.900 ISK
Per person

54.900 ISK