Your private guide will meet you at your Reykjavik lodgings. Climb into the waiting 4x4 vehicle and set off for Iceland's south coast. Your itinerary is flexible and your guide will devote their total attention to you and your party, so let them know if there is anything specific you'd like to see or do. The 4x4 vehicle is specially equipped to handle Iceland's rugged terrain and allow you to get up close to many of the south coast's natural wonders.
Make your first stop at the 'trout waterfall', or Urriðafoss, which cascades down the side of the Ice Age-era Þjórsárhraun lava field. After some exploring and photo ops, hit the road again in search of other waterfalls, such as the 196-foot (60-meter) Seljalandsfoss, surrounded by sheer cliffs. Intrepid adventurers can navigate the footpath that runs behind the waterfall. At Skogafoss, one of the biggest waterfalls in Iceland, marvel at the double rainbow that often forms in the droplets of mist on sunny days.
Continue to Dyrhólaey, a 400-foot (120-meter) high headland cliff that juts out into the sea. See how the sea has eroded the promontory in such a way as to form giant hole in the land. Walk along the nearby black sand beaches in Reynisfjara, where you can marvel at the strength of the crashing waves, explore some sea caves, and take photos of the otherworldly basalt rock formations.