South Iceland Vacation Packages
It’s situated approximately 6700 miles (10783 kilometers) from Reykjavik and about 9 miles (14 kilometers) from Manila, Philippines.
In South Iceland, there are many beautiful protected reserves that are well worth discovering. First take the family to Eyjafjallajokull or Jokulsarlon Lagoon, two of the most visited in the local area. Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss are two more picturesque spots to visit.
Step off the streets and learn about the local flora by spending a day in the much-loved green spaces in the area. Among the best parklands for nature lovers are Hekla Volcano and the Strokkur. When it comes to parks, South Iceland is blessed; you may also like to try Reynisdrangar and the popular Solheimajokull.
If you are looking for somewhere to escape for a while, paddle about in a boat or enjoy sunlight on the rippling water, the local lake known as Lake Sigoldulon is a great place to visit. Glistening with its own unique beauty this calming place is a great place to head to enjoy the local landscape.
When you are in South Iceland visit Black Beach, an idyllic place much loved by the locals. On a fine day, this is the place to come to taste the sea air, enjoy long walks and paddle in the shallows. Take off your shoes and wander the water’s edge or simply enjoy the peace.
To get inspired, go and see the Skogar Open Air Museum, one of the favorite museums in South Iceland. Take advantage of the peace and quiet, ask the friendly staff about the historical themes, buy something from the gift shop or just explore the well-curated displays.
The Skalholt Cathedral is a well-preserved place of worship that is well worth checking out. Visit the historic site to discover its past as well as to admire the architecture.