Reykjavik, Islande
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clock-o10 heures (environ)
TransportRamassage à l'hôtel offert
ticket-oBillet mobile
commentProposé en : Anglais

Vue d'ensemble

Échappez à la foule et explorez l'Islande isolée de la rive sud lors de cette excursion de 10 heures au départ de Reykjavik. Dans un petit groupe limité à 15 personnes, vous vous émerveillerez devant les merveilles naturelles, notamment le glacier de Sólheimajökull, avec ses eaux turquoise, le sable obsidienne de la plage de Reynisfjara, et la ville historique de Vik. Vous pourrez aussi admirer les cascades de Skógafoss et de Seljalandsfoss et profiter du confort du transport aller-retour au départ de votre hôtel de Reykjavik. Nous vous recommandons d'emmener votre propre déjeuner à emporter.

Commencez votre visite par un transfert depuis l'hôtel de Reykjavik à 7:00, vous monterez alors à bord d'un véhicule climatisé à destination de la rive sud d'Islande. Après un trajet panoramique de 2 heures sur le plateau de lave de Hellisheiði, vous arriverez à l'impressionnant glacier de Sólheimajökull : rempli de grottes de glace, de crevasses et de ruisseaux de couleur turquoise.

Ensuite, imprégnez-vous du sable obsidienne de la plage de Reynisfjara, bordée de centaines de colonnes de basalte noires qui rappellent la Chaussée des Géants d'Irlande.

À partir de là, vous vous rendrez à Vik - la ville la plus méridionale d'Islande - où vous visiterez le seul mémorial de guerre d'Islande, l'usine de laine Víkurprjón, et la sublime église aux toits rouges de Vik.

Sur le chemin du retour à Reykjavik, vous ferez un arrêt aux majestueuses cascades de Skógafoss et de Seljalandsfoss avant le dépôt à votre hôtel aux alentours de 17:00.

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V
, oct. 2018

It was my first time visiting Iceland and I was so happy with this excursion! There is wifi on the bus which was great because as you take the pictures of the places you visit, you can share them with your friends and family!

I was a little nervous about the pick up because I was scared that we would be forgotten but the bus was actually early and came to pick us up at an apartment/hotel close by because we told the Viator agent to choose and tell us the pick up location but if we wanted we could have had pick up at our apartment/hotel.

Our guide Marcin Martin but with a c instead of a t was super knowledgable about Iceland! he told stories, talked about the history and geology of Iceland so we learned a lot about Iceland and the places we visited! He even played an audiobook for us on one of the Norse tales of Thor and Loki which i particularly enjoyed!

The bus that we were on was a sprinter bus so much smaller than a tour bus which seats about less than 20 people i think, and I get car sick easily i don't do well on small catamarans, small cars and small planes and even though I was sitting in the front I got car sick at times which wasn't Marcin's fault. So i suggest bringing gravel just in case lol.

The Black Sand Beach and the waterfalls was so beautiful and breathtaking omg! We decided to go in October where the weather can be a little unpredictable and we got a beautiful morning at the Black Sand Beach but then it started to rain/snow after lunch when we went to see the waterfalls but it was okay because you get wet at the waterfalls anyway! And because we were always on time and on schedule with meeting at the bus at every location we got to pet some horses in Vik before lunch!!

s
, sept. 2018

Beautiful sites and the tour ran smoothly. Our guide Yuri was wonderful and shared many interesting stories, and shared many more when we asked questions. We even stopped at the glacier, which I don't think was even mentioned in the tour description. Just keep in mind that the visit to Vik is just a lunch spot with Icewear souvenir shop (not everything there is even necessarily made in Iceland), plus a quick stop at the church for pictures. I was expecting something else from the description "Vik wool factory". You will definitely get drenched (and probably muddy) walking behind Seljalandsfoss (the last waterfall of the trip). I wore water-resistant pants and it wasn't enough for my legs, plus I had to brace myself on some rocks to make it the whole path, which resulted in muddy gloves. Not the end of the world, but it's hard to know what to do with wet clothes on the bus.My biggest complaint was no charging ports on the bus - I know it sounds spoiled, but all the other tour companies I went with had them!

M
, juil. 2018

We enjoyed our day out to South Shore fully. Our lady-guide Bjorg was excellent and very much conscious of the well-being and safety of the group. A VERY GOOD JOB - KEEP IT UP.

c
, mars 2018

This trip was fun! The black sand beaches were beautiful! Our bus broke down which was a bummer but our guide got it back up and running within 15 minutes and we didn't miss anything. We didn't have much time at any of the destinations, I personally wouldn't have minded a longer tour so we could spend more time at each sight.

e
, févr. 2018

We had a great day. All the arrangements went smoothly and on time. It was nice being in a small group too, the only thing was that the driver/guide couldn't talk to us so much as he had to concentrate on the driving. But otherwise he was very good. The places we went, the black sand beach scary but our guide gave good warning , and the waterfalls were spectacular and the bright sunny weather made it a memorable day.

M
, janv. 2018

The great: I had 3 days in Iceland so I had to be very selective in how I spent these few days. This tour was fabulous. We saw the Black Sand Beach, Vik, Skogafoss, a glacier, and Seljalandsfoss. The Black Sand Beach is one of the most incredible things I have seen in my life. Beautiful does not describe it well enough. It is truly awe inspiring. It is one of those places I am grateful I had a chance to see. The two waterfalls were incredible - the beauty is incredible. We could not walk behind Seljalandsfoss because we went in winter and were told it was closed for safety, but just seeing it from the front was amazing. I didn't see much of the little town of Vik. My fault as I had not done any shopping yet and was leaving the next day. I spent that 30 minutes in the shop so I can't really comment on that part of the trip. My favorite part was seeing the glacier. I had a very difficult time walking away from it. I do not have the words to describe how incredible this was to see.
The not as great: I didn't appreciate the bashing of the leader of my country. Whether a fan/supporter or not, it is not an appropriate venue to do this.

N
, déc. 2017

Totally worth it! The places are AMAZING. and the tour guide Zaaho I think was very kind. He told us lots of facts while we were on the tour bus and would let us discover the places for ourselves, which I think its great.

g
, nov. 2017

Our tour guide was great, it was a long drive but he was full of knowledge, very friendly, welcoming, polite. Loved the black beach and the 2 waterfalls, well worth the time and money

l
, juin 2017

Although the weather was horrendous with gale force winds and torrential rain on the day we went it was still a fab day out. The black sands and waterfalls are all stunning. Well worth the cost.

M
, mai 2017

My wife and I really enjoyed this tour. Arctic Adventures had great customer service I had some questions beforehand and they were extremely prompt in responding. Pick up was prompt and our tour guide was both entertaining and informative. We had enough time at each location to walk around and enjoy the sights. Reynisfjara was such an amazing and otherworldly place - one of the highlights of our trip to Iceland. I would highly recommend this tour!


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