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From Reykjavik: South Coast, Plane Wreck, & Beach ATV Tour5 Reviews
Enjoy a thrilling 2 hour ATV quad ride on this day trip from Reykjavik. Travel along the South Coast to a black sand beach for an ATV ride and visit the Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Reykjavik:If youʻre booking your trip to Reykjavik last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Experience the black sand beaches and beautiful mountains outside Reykjavik
- Visit the majestic waterfalls of Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss on the way home
- Have an exciting ATV quad bike tour on a beautiful black sand beach in nature
- See the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier and Dyrhólaey Peninsula while exploring outside
- Immerse yourself in the scenic natural beauty of the south coast of Iceland
DescriptionEnjoy a full-day tour from Reykjavik and see the majestic South Coast of Iceland. Ride ATVs on a black sand beach and stop at the DC3 Plane Wreck on the sands of the beach. Start the tour in Reykjavik, and travel down the beautiful South Coast of Iceland to the Adventure Ground. Gear up to enjoy a thrilling but safe ATV quad bike tour on the black sand beach of Sólheimasandur. Cross a desert-like landscape and stop by the famous DC3 plane that crashed on the sands of the beach in 1973. Travel to the spectacular coastline and see the spectacular view of the surrounding area. See sights like Dyrhólaey Peninsula, the southernmost tip of Iceland. Look further inland and see the marvelous Mýrdalsjökull Glacier off in the distance. Return to Reykjavik and stop at Skógafoss waterfall, one of the most photographed waterfalls in Iceland, and Seljalandsfoss waterfall, where you will be able to walk behind this marvelous waterfall.
IncludesExperienced and qualified guide ATV per two persons Insulated cover-all Helmet and balaclava face mask Boots (optional, depending on weather conditions and guests footwear)
- A valid driver’s license is required to drive a quad bike Single riders and groups with odd numbers are required to book a single-rider ATV, payable on site