This trip is designed for the need of a one day tour to Jökulsárlón iceberg lagoon. The price shown is for a SUV tour (not a super jeep) – see the booking system.
This tour is for people who have a lot of stamina.
After a very early departure from Reykjavík, we head straight for the promontory of Dyrhólaey.
Diamond Beach Iceland Tour is quite renowned for Dyrholaey Island, formed by the eruption of Volcanoes, Dyrholaey is a former island of volcanic origin, situated on the south bank of Iceland. While driving from Ring Road towards East from Reykjavik, Dyrholaey can be found easily while heading towards the black sand beach of Reynisfjara and Reynisdrangar Cliffs, near Vik Town. It takes approximately two hours (175 km) while driving straight from Reykjavik.
Dyrholaey, which is a little landmass/peninsula on the south bank/coast of Iceland, is renowned for its a prominent and natural arch. It offers an incredible sight of the black sand shorelines/beaches around the town Vik, the black magma segments Reynisdrangar and to the north, where the compelling spring of gushing lava Katla rests under the glacier Myrdalsjokull. The entire coastline west of Dyrholaey is completely visible and you can easily see all the way towards Selfoss town but it’s possible only on a clear day.
Next, we move towards to the black-sand beach of Reynisfjara. This is one of the most popular beaches in the world and is known for its black sand. It is quite popular for its wild and mesmerising beauty where the roaring waves of the Atlantic Ocean ashore with tremendous force. In 1991, Reynisfjara showed up among the top ten rundowns of the most beautiful non-tropical shorelines on the planet, and it is extremely simple to perceive any reason why it was picked in our Diamond Beach Iceland tour!
Depending on the velocity of your driving, it takes around 2.5 hours from Reykjavik to Reynisfjara Black Beach which is situated on the South Coast of Iceland. Planning a day trip from Reykjavik to Reynisfjara Black Beach in Iceland can be quite feasible and if you are also planning to visit its south coast, then there are many tours in Iceland which will fall in your way.
Not only this Reynisfjara is effectively perhaps the busiest shorelines of Iceland since it is so effectively available thus prominent! When looking south directly from there, the next land would be Antarctica.