Private Sightseeing tours – Iceland Outfitters


Come with us  to see some of Iceland’s greatest attractions! This tour takes you from Reykjavik all the way to the magnificent Black beach of Reynisfjara. We start with Seljalandsfoss, a 60-meter high waterfall you can walk behind – you might get a little wet, but it’s absolutely worth it. Due to the constant spray of water from the waterfall, you will often be able to enjoy a rainbow prism here allowing you to take fantastic pictures. A few km further down Ringroad no. 1, we meet magnificent Skógarfoss, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland. You can walk up to the waterfall and take in this massive power of nature in all its might, or you can climb the steps leading up to the observation platform and enjoy the stunning view from above.

Next stop Dyrhólaey is the southernmost point in mainland Iceland. During the summer it is one of the best spots to see the puffins.

Duration. 8-9 hours.

Optional: South Shore deluxe (+glacier)

If you are up for a long day filled with highlights, you can add a few stops to this already great tour. Vik i Myrdal is a wonderful place to stop, a little sea village by the shore. Sólheimajokull is one of the few glaciers that you can go near and take a walk on. 

Duration 10-12 hours.



What is included?
  • private driver guide for 6-7 hours
  • pick up / drop off at your hotel
  • light picknick lunch
When is this tour operated?

All our sightseeing tours are operated year-round.  Tours are private and adjustable to your schedule 

For whom are the tours suitable?

The whole family, young and old.  Groups, friends and co-workers. 

What kind of cars do you offer?

We offer variety of cars in different price categories:

  • Super Jeeps, 1-6 passengers (3-4 comfortable)
  • Ford Excursion 46″ tires,  1 – 9 (5-7 comfortable)
  • Chevrolet suburban, 3 – 6 passengers
  • Mercedes V-class, 3 – 6 passengers
  • Mercedes Benz Sprinter 46″ tires, max 16 passengers (10 comfortable) 

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