Follow Elsa and Anna’s magical adventure into the unknown on our spectacular Frozen 2 tour! We'll ride through whimsical villages full of Viking history and folklore that directly inspired the movie. Scenic attractions include views of the notorious Eyjafjallajökull Volcano and the 65-meter cascade of Seljalandsfoss Waterfall. Trek Sven's trail along a vast glacier tongue with the help of an expert glacier guide. Stand where Elsa experimented with her powers at the well-known Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach. Perhaps you'll even spot a Nykur, a fabled sea horse, in the ocean waves.
You will smell the sulfur, walk on a glacier, get wet at the waterfalls, hear the roaring ocean, and much more!
Duration: ~12 hrs
Pick-up: 08:00 - 08:30*
Group maximum: 19 persons
Available: All year
Age limit: 8 years
- Small Group Experience
- Seljalandsfoss Waterfall
- Solheimajokull Glacier
- Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach
- Reynisdrangar Basalt Sea Stacks
- Skogafoss Waterfall
- Eyjafjallajokull Glacier
- Hekla Volcano view
- Gljúfrabúi - The Hidden Waterfall
This tour is operated in a minibus, small groups for a better experience.
Hotel pick up & drop off in Reykjavik, guided tours of the south coast, free WiFi on the minibus, guided glacier hike for 1 hour, glacier gear such as crampons, ice axes and hard hats.
Lunch (we stop at a local restaurant/diner).
Bring with you:
Warm clothes, sturdy shoes, a raincoat. You need real hiking boots for the glacier hike, that have a thick sole and cover your ankle. We provide the ice crampons, and they cannot be attached to normal shoes. To be sure you have shoes that suffice, we recommend renting shoes when you book the tour. You can also rent them on-location.
Take a tour of the whimsical sights that inspired Frozen 2! Visit Iceland’s South Coast highlights on a day-long excursion. Let it go and experience picturesque glaciers, waterfalls, and a black sand beach.
South Coast Waterfalls
Retrace Elsa and Anna’s quest along Iceland’s South Coast. We begin our adventure amid the fairytale scenery of the Icelandic highlands.
Our first attraction is Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, one of Iceland’s most iconic sights. The skinny 60-meter (200 feet) cascade drops from a steep cliff. Don’t worry if you forgot your Anna and Olaf ice canoe — an awesome path snakes all the way around the waterfall. Experience the stunning falls from behind the water curtain as the spray touches your face. Seljalandsfoss is a great spot to snap a photo.
Afterwards we will hike to Gljúfrabúi, the hidden waterfall nearby.
Our route into the unknown takes us through the charming villages and farmlands of South Iceland. This region is full of Viking history and heritage that heavily inspired Frozen I and II. Take in views of the infamous Eyjafjallajökull and Hekla volcanoes. On clear days, you’ll see a beautiful panorama of the volcanoes and Westman Islands right off the coast.
Glacier Hike & Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach
Next, we reach the dark, mythical landscapes where Elsa channels her power. Instead of a ride with Sven across the snow, we’ll pull on our crampons for a glacier hike. Trek the ancient ice fields of Solheimajokull Glacier alongside our certified glacier guide.
After our hike, we journey to Reynisfjara Beach, famous for its black sand, basalt columns, and caverns. Witness the wild sea where Elsa comes face to face with the legendary Nykur. Then find the Reynisdrangar rock stacks that sit offshore. Icelandic legend says the sea stacks used to be mischievous trolls, but were turned to rock by the sunlight.
Our excursion ends at the magnificent Skógafoss Waterfall. Cascading through lush green landscapes, Skógafoss translates to “forest waterfall.” On sunny, clear days you might spot a single or double rainbow around the falls. If you’re up for it, a 527-step hike leads to a panoramic view of the spectacular falls.
Map - (click to enlarge)
Disclaimer: All glacial trips that are undertaken are the responsibility of the participants. Extreme Iceland does not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Extreme Iceland reserves the right to alter the itinerary if the weather is too bad to go on the glacier walk. If this cancellation occurs a partial refund is issued for missing the glacier hike