We keep exploring the south coast, continuing our tour towards Vik, the southernmost village in Iceland. Nearby the village, we will stop to Reynisfjara beach, which is known for its black sand and odd cliffs. You can again recogonize it from Bollywood. This is also the area where you might see the cute puffins – the unofficial national bird of Iceland.
Then we drive to Sólheimajökull, part of the larger Mýrdalsjökull glacier which lies atop the Katla caldera. The glacier is melting rapidly owing to warmer annual temperatures due to climate change. It is possible that many of the country's glaciers will become extinct within the next century.
Meals: Indian Dinner
Hotels: Fosshotel Reykjavik OR Grand Reykjavik (BB Basis)