South Coast and Northern Lights 2020-01-24T16:28:07+00:00


South coast and Northern Lights

The Icelandic south coast is one of the most spectacular driving routes in Iceland. You will experience black sand beaches, beautiful birdlife, glaciers and waterfalls.


We drive towards Dyrholaey, a small but majestic peninsula, and the southernmost point of the mainland. It stretches 120 meters high and is a home to many breeds of seabirds. Dyrholaey was formed in a sub-aquatic eruption about 100 thousand years ago.

 Reynisfjara Black sand beach

Reynisfjara is known for it’s black sands, columnar basalt and rip tides. The scenery at this south Icelandic beach are spectacular and offer great photo opportunities.


Next we head to Skogarfoss. Skogarfoss waterfall cascades 65 meters down from ancient sea cliffs and is by many considered to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland.

The infamous Eyjafjallajokull

From Skogarfoss we drive up to Eyjafjallajokull crater about 1666 meters high on the glacier overlooking the south lowlands of Iceland.

On our way back to Reykjavik we stop at Seljalandsfoss waterfall which cascades from ancient sea cliffs over 60 meters down to a shallow pool. It is possible to take a walk behind the waterfall and the scenery there is really beautiful.

 Dinner at Fjorubordid

Northern Lights sightings require total darkness. While the evening turns dark we dine at Fjorubordid (Dinner not included) or other better located restaurant given where our best chances to see the northern lights are. Fjorubordid is a restaurant by the sea shore focusing mainly on Langoustine dishes. This is one of Iceland’s best restaurants.

 Northern Lights sightings

After enjoying dinner we head out into the darkness to find Northern Lights. Your driver will have details on where your best chances of sighting are. The Northern Lightsare bright dancing lights most commonly with a shade of green, pink and blue. The northern lights flow through the darkness like a blanket on the cold winter sky. They are caused by charged particles colliding in the atmosphere. This natural phenomena is beautiful in it’s simplicity.


140.000 ISK pr. vehicle


Private superjeep tour
Duration: 8-10 hours
1-6 passengers pr. vehicle
Available: All year round
Free pickup at your accommodation
Price is total pr. vehicle (not pr. person)

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What You Will See

  • Northern Lights
  • Urriðafoss
  • Dyrhólaey
  • Birdlife
  • Black sand beach
  • Skógarfoss
  • Eyjafjallajökull
  • Seljalandsfoss
  • Ancient coastline
  • Off Road


Amazing Views

We focus on your experience when you tour with Iceland in a day. Our drivers are instructed to make the experience both as personal and enjoyable as possible. Don’t hesitate to ask for an extra stop if you see something interesting, it will be our pleasure.

Icelandic nature is renowned for it’s power and beauty. A private superjeep tour gives you an opportunity to enjoy the best Iceland has to offer.

Don’t forget your camera

Totally Memorable

“We booked the jeep trip so that we could see what we wanted in one day and with a small group rather than a large impersonal bus trip. Despite it appearing to be an expensive option I can assure you that it is worth every penny…..” Read more

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Fantastic day

“We did the Golden Circle and Northern Lights trips with this great company. Orri was our guide. Due to the weather and short duration of our trip we had to do both tours in one day but even so we were never rushed…”
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