Day Tour South Coast & Katla Ice Cave by Superjeep
Here´s a packed daytour: the waterfalls and black sand beaches of the south coast of Iceland and also a visit to the Katla ice cave with a super jeep. Oh what a day!
- Reynisfjara Black Sand beach
- Katla Ice Cave
- Superjeep experience
This day tour will take you to see Katla Ice Cave or “The Secret Ice Cave”, and the glacier itself, present you with black, white, and blue ice that is over 800 years old! Inside the cave there are high walls of ice that have been sculpted by glacial water throughout the centuries. Water drips all around and the air is cold and fresh. The beautiful Seljalandsfoss behind which a path allows you to walk, followed by the mighty Skógafoss waterfall; walk and drive on black sand beaches pounded by the Atlantic surf and see the bird cliffs that surround the quaint coastal village of Vík. On the way home, we drive past the greenhouse town of Hveragerði, a place named after the abundant geothermal activity in the area which allows the locals to grow all kinds of plants and produce in row upon row in greenhouses. The sights on this Iceland South shore and Katla ice Cave are impressive, and exploring them in a Superjeep makes the experience even more memorable.
Where we will stop during the tour:
- Katla Ice Cave (Entrance price per person is included in tour price)
- Black sand beaches
- Bird cliffs
- Skógafoss & Seljalandsfoss waterfalls
- Eyjafjallajökull sights
- Urriðafoss waterfall
- Small coastal villages
Dates & prices
Departures: Daily, all year.
Tour Duration: 9 hrs.
Minimum participants: 2/4
Price per person: ISK 56.900
Child (5 -11 YRS): ISK 28,450 (per adult)
- National park entrance fee
- Superjeep transportation
- Katla Ice Cave
- Professional local guidance
Good to know
- It is important to understand that in Iceland you can experience all four seasons in less than one day. It is vital to wear comfortable and appropriate clothing like waterproof, walking shoes, dress in layers to be able to enjoy your journey to the fullest.
What do I need to bring?
- Remember to dress according to weather
- Warm clothes, waterproof jacket and sturdy shoes are recommended
- Good to bring thermal layers, a winter hat, scarf, gloves and wearing warm sock for colder days