Enjoy an early breakfast at the hotel before being picked up by your guide. The first leg of your journey is travelling along the south coast toward Kirkjubæjarklaustur. You will visit sights including the Seljalandsfoss waterfall—the only of its kind in Iceland where you can walk behind the roaring cascade on a footpath, followed by the magnificent 60-metre free-falling Skógafoss waterfall.
From there, the journey takes you past the beautiful Eyjafjöll mountain range, towards the volcanic black sand beaches near the village of Vík í Mýrdal. One of the highlights is visiting Reynisfjara, one of the most famous beaches in Iceland. You can also get some great photos with the unique Reynisdrangar basalt columns jutting out of the ocean.
Then you will head to your accommodation, situated far from the city lights to give you the best chance of seeing the northern lights*.
Spend the next two nights in Kirkjubæjarklaustur area.
Average Driving Distance: 261 km / 162 mi.
Average Travel & Exploring Duration: 9 - 10 Hours
*Please note that the northern lights are a natural phenomenon. If weather conditions and visability are not favourable, the guide will inform you about the matter.