Скалы Дюрхолей, Dyrhólaey

Dyrholaey cape

Геотермальный бассейн Jarðböðin við Mývat

Gethermal pool Jarðböðin við Mývat

Водопад Годафосс, Góðafoss

Godafoss waterfall, Góðafoss

Водопад Свартифос, Svartifoss

Svartifoss waterfall

Место авиакатастрофы, Solheimasandur Plane Wreck

Solheimasandur Plane Wreck

Каньон Fjaðrárgljúfur

Canyon Fjadrargljufur (Fjaðrárgljúfur)

Водопад Литланесфосс, Litlanesfoss

Litlanesfoss waterfall

Водопад Деттифосс, Dettifoss

Dettifoss waterfall

Скала Хвитсеркур, Hvitserkur

Hvitserkur mount

Volcanic eruption again! The Fagradalsfjadl volcano is a new attraction in Iceland

Fagradalsfjadl volcano woke up and fell asleep in 2021 and woke up again in 2023! So everyone who did not have time to look at the active volcano is invited to this light show! It is especially interesting that the Fagradalsfjadl volcano is located in a convenient place to view, it is easy to get there, and you can watch the eruption quite closely.

Studlagil Canyon is one of the undiscovered wonders of Iceland

Studlagil Canyon (Stuðlagil) or Basalt Canyon - this canyon impresses with its beauty from the first moment. Basalt columns take on unusual shapes and the whole unreality of the landscape makes you think that you are in some kind of movie and there are just decorations around.

Top 5 - "must see" in the Myvatn region, Iceland

Things to do near Lake Myvatn, Iceland... This is one of our favorite regions! Despite, there are no fjords or icebergs as at Southern Iceland, but the landscapes here are just unreal. And now the top 5 most unusual and memorable sights in the area of Lake Myvatn!

Hvítserkur Rock - dinosaur, elephant or troll?

Hvitserkur is a rock on the northern coast of Iceland, famous for its shape similar to either a dinosaur or a mammoth. According to Icelandic legend, it is a troll petrified by the rays of the dawn sun.

Hengifoss and Litlanesfoss waterfalls Iceland

Hengifoss Waterfall is considered the second highest waterfall in Iceland. It falls along well-visible rocks, with bright stripes of different colors.

Littlanesfoss is one of the most unusual waterfalls not only in Iceland, but also in the whole world. It is surrounded by columns of geometrically regular basalt. It's hard to believe that such a fabulous landscape could have been formed without human intervention. But in fact, this is the result of the work of various forces of nature and the laws of physics.

Черный пляж Рейнисфьяра, Исландия

The sand can be not only yellow or almost white, but also completely black. 

Reynisfjara beach is formed by absolutely black volcanic sand - an unforgettable sight.

Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon - Fjadrarglyufur

Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon is one of the most beautiful places in Iceland. And they also filmed Game of Thrones here.

Останки самолета DC-3 в Исландии

The plane crash site on the deserted sandy beach of Sólheimasandur is one of the main "non-natural" tourist attractions in Iceland.

On November 24, 1973, a U.S. Navy aircraft made an emergency landing on a beach in Southern Iceland due to a sudden deterioration in the weather. Surprisingly, everyone on the plane survived the crash. The entire crew remained alive.

Скалы Дирхолей, Dyrhólaey - птичий заповедник на южном берегу Исландии

The Dyrholaey Peninsula is a former island of volcanic origin created by an eruption thousands of years ago. The popular tourist village of Vic is famous for its black sand beaches and proximity to Cape Dyrholaey and a naturally formed arch in the rock.