Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon | Super Jeep Tour Day Tour from Reykjavik

This excursion allows you to spend a magnificent day devoted to the wonders of Iceland‘s south shore, including the awe-inspiring glacial lagoon, Jokulsarlon and Skaftafell national park.
Available: All year
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 11 - 13 hours
Minimum Age: No minimum age
Pick Up: Pick-up included from Reykjavik area
Price From: ISK 51.900
Cancellation Policy: Cancel up to 48 hours in advance and receive a full refund

Tour Highlights

✅ Skaftafell national park
✅ Volcanic sandy beach
✅ Glacial rivers
✅ Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon
✅ Boat ride on the lagoon is optional for additional price
✅ Vatnajökull and Öræfajökull glaciers
✅ Small villages
✅ Small-group super jeep tour (comfortable way to travel)

Tour Description

Travel in Luxury SUV following the picturesque southern coastline passing the villages of Selfoss, Vik, and Kirkjubaejarklaustur as well as Skogafoss, a mighty and much-photographed waterfall on the south coast.

Continue through the vast desert of Skeidararsandur, an area which can be prone to sandstorms. Many of Iceland‘s biggest glacial rivers run into the Atlantic Ocean off the south shore and each year they carry millions of tons of black volcanic sand, constantly altering the shape of the coastline and creating vast black deserts. Just before reaching the lagoon, drive pass Oraefajokull glacier, home to Iceland‘s highest peak, Hvannadalshnjukur, at 2119 m.

Jokulsarlon is a stunning glacial lagoon that is constantly changing as the massive glacier tongue retreats. Icebergs of all shapes, sizes and in many hues of blue, turquoise and white, break off from the glacier and float around the lagoon. You will have time to walk the shores of the lagoon to admire the surreal shapes and take time to photograph the lagoon‘s wonderful, mirror-like reflections. For an even closer view, you can go on a cruise aboard an amphibious vessel and sail amongst the oddly-shaped ice formations. Jokulsarlon is a natural wonder that has to be seen to be believed. This may be one of the longest day tours from Reykjavik but it is also one of the most highly recommended.

Note that the itinerary is subject to weather and road conditions. Warm clothes and sturdy shoes are recommended as the terrain can be rough underfoot.

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