Join us for an exciting 2-day tour of South Iceland where we will explore stunning natural wonders and indulge in the unique culinary delights of the region.
Dates: 15 - 16 October
Date: 15 October Time: 09:00 am GMT Location: Departure from Reykjavik meeting point (TBA)
Date: 16 October Time: 20:00 GMT Location: Arrival at Reykjavik meeting point (TBA)
Min: 15 Max: 25
ISK: 19.900 EUR: 132
Private coach as per itinerary
Accommodation for 1x night in Stracta Hotel or similar, breakfast included
What's not included
Travel insurance (highly recommended)
Beverages, snacks, lunches, and dinners unless otherwise noted
Optional excursions, activities, museums, or pre and post-trips mentioned here above
Any service not specifically listed under „included“
Tour description and schedule
Day 1: 15th October
We will start our adventure at 9 am with a visit to the ON Geothermal Park, where you can witness the geothermal wonders of Iceland. Next, we will explore the magnificent Lava Tunnel and marvel at the stunning natural formations.
After working up an appetite, we will head to the charming town of Selfoss for a delicious food tour, where you can sample some of the best local cuisines.
Before we reach our hotel for the night, we will make some nature stops along the way. We will stay overnight at the beautiful Hotel Stracta in Hella and enjoy a delicious dinner at the hotel restaurant.
Day 2: 16th October
After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, we will continue our adventure with a visit to the Caves of Hella, where you can explore the hidden underground world of Iceland.
Next, we will head to the Lava Center, where you can learn about the geological history of Iceland and its unique volcanic landscapes.
Our next stop will be the famous Katla Ice Cave in Vik, where you can experience the stunning blue ice formations and learn about the glacier's history and impact on the region.
On our way back to Reykjavik, we will make some more nature stops and enjoy the beautiful scenery of South Iceland.
Book your spot now and join us on the Caves and Culinary of South Iceland tour for an experience you won't forget!
What to wear
Please bring warm clothes. Pack layers of clothes (it’s suggested that you wear a light first layer, a sweater, and then a jacket that can protect you from the elements), a scarf, hat, gloves, warm socks, and bathing suits for a dip in a hot pool! Icelanders dress chic and practical, so there’s no need for anything super fancy.