Summer: June to September




2 Days, 1 Night Stay

Starting Time

8:00 AM


1-6 People

For Larger Groups, send us an inquiry


250,000 ISK per person

($1,840 / €1,665 / £1,460)

1 Person Private: 475,000 ISK

($3,490 / €3,165 / £2,775)

Tour Description

Embark on a thrilling two-day tour through the rugged and remote Icelandic Highlands and Iceland’s stunning South Coast. Witness Iceland’s most iconic waterfalls and beaches on day one and immerse yourself in the breathtaking colorful volcanic landscapes that the Icelandic Highlands are famous for on day two. With the guidance of a professional photographer who will capture your unforgettable experiences, you can just enjoy the stunning nature without worry.

At the end of your trip, you will receive a personalized photo package as the perfect souvenir to remember your epic adventure.


Day One: The Icelandic Highlands


Begin your adventure with a pickup from your accommodation in Reykjavik heading for the south coast and eventually driving onto a 4×4 road into the interior of Iceland


As the first stop on your Icelandic Highlands adventure, Haifoss Waterfall will leave you breathless. The waterfall cascades down a 122-meter drop, making it one of the tallest waterfalls in Iceland. The surrounding rugged terrain and green vegetation add to the beauty of the waterfall and provide the perfect backdrop for your photos.


Gjáin is a hidden gem located in the Icelandic Highlands and is the second stop on our itinerary. This secluded valley is often described as a fairytale landscape with its lush greenery, waterfalls, and clear streams that flow through the valley. The area is dotted with small caves and surrounded by stunning cliffs, making it an ideal spot for taking photos.

Lunch at the Highlands Center

Before our next stop, we will take a lunch break at the only restaurant in the Icelandic Highlands- The Highlands Center. Here you can enjoy soups, sandwiches, burgers, and vegetarian options from their grill.

Sigöldugljúfur Canyon

As we venture deeper into the Icelandic Highlands, the next stop on our itinerary is Sigöldugljúfur Canyon. Also known as the Valley of Tears, this deep canyon hosts numerous waterfalls feeding into glistening blue streams surrounded by lush greenery. It is seen by many as a magical oasis in an otherwise baron volcanic wasteland. 


Visiting Landmannalaugar as the final stop on this day tour is the definition of saving the best for last. The rugged and colorful mountains of the highlands provide a stunning backdrop for both exploration and photography. We conclude our Highlands tour with 1-2 hours of hiking within this sculpted volcanic playground.

Overnight on the South Coast

After an epic day exploring the Highlands, you will check in to your cozy accommodation along the south coast, where you can relax and recharge for another day of adventure.


Day 2 – The South Coast

Pick up from your accommodation along the South Coast at 9am


The first stop on our tour is the breathtaking Seljalandsfoss waterfall. During most of the year, you can walk behind the waterfall into a cave for a view from the back and the sides. The surrounding area is also home to a variety of plant life, including moss, wildflowers, and ferns that add to its majesty. Bring a rain jacket because this waterfall by far has the most spray!


Next up is the mighty Skogafoss waterfall, one of Iceland’s largest waterfalls, with a drop of over 60 meters. Feel the power of this waterfall close up. The mist from the falls can create a beautiful display of rainbows on sunny days if you’re lucky. If you want a workout, climb up a nearby staircase to get a bird’s-eye view of the waterfall and surrounding landscapes.

Hike to Solheimajokull Glacier

We’ll take a short 30-minute hike to the face of the Solheimajokull glacier, where you can marvel at the sparkling blue ice and rugged glacial landscapes. Witness what happens when a glacier exists underneath of Katla, Iceland’s largest active volcano. Your guide will share some interesting facts about the glacier’s formation, its importance to Iceland’s ecosystem, and how it has changed throughout the years.


Next, we’ll visit the towering cliffs of Dyrhólaey, where you can see breathtaking views of the black sand beaches and some truly remarkable sea stacks and cliff formations. Keep your eyes peeled for puffins and other seabirds that nest in the cliffs in the summertime. 

Lunch at the Black Beach Restaurant 

Before heading to the Black Beach we will take a late lunch the Black Beach Restaurant. Here you can enjoy an assortment of fish, lamb, soups, sandwiches, and burgers with a nice beautiful view of the beach.

The Black Sand Beach

We will end our tour with a visit to Reynisfjara, a stunning black sand beach with towering basalt columns and sea stacks. The beach is also home to some fascinating folklore and legends, including the story of the Reynisdrangar sea stacks. You can also explore the nearby cave, Halsanefshellir, which has unique rock formations and provides a stunning backdrop for photos.


Drive back to Reykjavik and get dropped off at your accommodation ending your epic two-day adventure

With memories to last a lifetime and stunning photographs to cherish, your two-day tour of the South Coast and Icelandic Highlands will be an epic adventure through Iceland’s most iconic places. We will capture the magic of these unique landscapes for you to treasure for a lifetime!


Where you will go

whats included

✔ Certified Guide and Professional Photographer

✔ All Transportation including pickup and drop-off from Reykjavik

✔ 3-4 Star Hotel along the South Coast for 1 Night

✔Single Occupancy or Double Occupancy for two if requested

✔ Hotel Breakfast on Day 2


60 Shot Photo Package included (Per Person)

*All photos will be edited and sent to our guests within 14 days via Google Drive.

Package includes personalized portraits, group, and landscape shots from these locations:



Sigöldugljúfur Canyon




Solheimajokull Glacier


The Black Sand Beach


Optional Extras

Select Extras at Checkout


Hiking Boots

3,000 ISK per pair

Red or Yellow Rain Jacket

Great for photos

3,000 ISK per jacket

Hiking Poles

2,000 ISK

Rain Pants

2,000 ISK

Tour Add Ons:

Glacier Hike (3 Hours)

Added to Day 2

20,000 ISK per person

Katla Ice Cave Tour (3.5 Hours)

Added to Day 2

60,000 ISK per person

what to bring

Water Bottle (Recommended)– you will have many spots to fill it up with glacier water.

Food (Optional)– Stops will be made at gas stations for snacks and restaurants for lunch.

Proper Seasonal Clothing– warm layers for freezing or wet conditions. Warm hat and gloves.

Waterproof Jacket– Rentals are available under extras.

Waterproof Pants– Rentals are available under extras.

Hiking Boots– Water resistant is preferred. Rentals are available under extras.




Good to know

– Lunch and Dinner are not included in the price of this tour.

– Pickup and Drop off are exclusively from the greater Reykjavik Area. 

– The length of each day and order that you visit these attractions can vary depending on weather and road conditions.

– Photo packages may sometimes take more or less than 14 days to edit. This is just our average turn around time.

– Our Cancellation Policy can be found here.




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