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Written by Tröll expeditions.

Late last night a large landslide occurred in the popular tourist stop at Reynisfjara black sand beach in the south coast of Iceland. The easternmost part of the beach remains closed since yesterday. Reynisfjara is know as the famous black sand beach. The beach is located in the South of Iceland. 

Other parts of Reynisfjara beach are still safe to visit and all our tours are on schedule and safe to head on to. Our guides and staff will of course make your adventure unforgettable and unique while ensuring your safety that if you are still visiting the beach. Just remember to keeep a safe distance from the sea as the currents are quite strong.  

We encourage travellers to stay safe on their Iceland expeditions and acknowledge signs and warnings around the area.  

If your plans change there are many exciting places to visit in south Iceland and we recommend a Ice cave tour and glacier walk, a newly discovered blue ice cave that has gotten the name, Dragon Queen Ice Cave, in reference to Queen Daenerys Targaryen, mother of dragons from the amazing Game of Thrones. The tour consists of a hike on Sólheimajökull and a visit to the newly discovered blue ice cave, click here to read more. 

 

Dear traveler

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Tröll Expeditions has taken the disappointing, but necessary, decision to limit most tours from now until April 16th in line with the Schengen border closing. Iceland has not been classified as a high-risk country, but is of course nonetheless affected by travel bans around the world. If you already have a tour with us but need to cancel, please send us an email at [email protected] If you already have a tour booked and wish to see if the tour is still running, you can also confirm this via [email protected] We wish all our friends out there the very best and look forward to seeing you all when these turbulent times pass. Until then, please stay safe and healthy. Best regards, The Troll Team




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