Iceland South Coast Video

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Iceland's South Coast Video - Two Weeks in Iceland Travel Vlog

Endless beauty. Captivating nature.

Once we traveled out of Reykjavik, we witnessed what Iceland is truly known for – its stunning natural views. You must drive around the country and explore the great outdoors for yourself. Within a single day, we visited two majestic waterfalls (Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss), an alluring black sand beach (near Vik), and a few surprises along the way.

For a full breakdown of where we visited, please check out our article, South Coast Iceland in a Day – A Self Drive Travel Guide.

For what can’t be expressed in words, here is our Iceland South Coast video. It’s part of our ongoing series, Two Weeks in Iceland Travel Vlog. At this point in our two week journey, we were on day 4. After spending two days in Reykjavik and one driving around the Golden Circle, we continued on the Ring Road through South Iceland.



You can check out our YouTube videos on our Travel Video site, including our Iceland videos. We’ll be bringing you a video for every day that we traveled in Iceland around the entire Ring Road and Westfjords.


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11 Responses

  1. Megan Indoe
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    We just continue to see more and more reasons why we need to get to Iceland! You guys have some epic shots, especially the waterfall from your vlog!

  2. Jenna
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    Amazing video!! I love it! We really enjoyed exploring the south coast, especially all the waterfalls. Iceland is so gorgeous and this makes me want to go back immediately–really love the drone shots!
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  3. christina
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    Love the drone footage guys. It really shows off the breathtaking beauty of the landscape and using that waterfall shot near the front was a great idea. I’ve subscribed to your Youtube channel. Which drone do you use?
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  4. shere
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    I love the video!! the views from the drone are fantastic.
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  5. Megan Jerrard
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    Love the video – you guys got some spectacular footage. Guessing some of that is from a drone? Traveling outside of Reykjavik was the best thing we did on our trip to Iceland – the countryside is so much more than the city has to offer. Looking forward to more of your videos, photos and posts!
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  6. Bryanna
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    Iceland is a definitely on our bucket list! Video is such a great way to showcase how amazing a place is! That is great that you are keeping a vlog of your whole trip.

  7. Leah
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    Every time I see an Iceland video or photos, I’m kicking myself for not visiting yet. How can that be? Your video is beautiful.
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  8. Aga
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    what a beautiful place! And good to see it on the video too. I hope to visit Iceland one day and a road trip is definitely the way to go.
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  9. Monika
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    The waterfalls are really amazing – even though I can only admire them in the film 🙂
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  10. Claire Martin
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    Whenever I see pictures of Iceland I yearn to go there, and this video has just multiplied that by hundreds! It looks like such a phenomenal place. I can’t wait to visit!

  11. Norman
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    Ah… this looks so beautiful. I am kind of jealous. I always take videos of the places I visit, but as I am never able to get material of me (as i am the one filming) the outcome looks rather dullish..besides editing takes soo much time.
    Anway, Iceland is very high on my list – only scared of the tourist horded >.<

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