A rarely populated island is located near the top of the world. It is a huge volcanic laboratory in which powerful forces form the earth: geysers blizzard, blizzard bubbles, icebergs use in refreshing water, and the ruins continue to be the glaciers that spread the glutinous slug in a glass of cola scratch. It seems that all this glory of the earth reminds visitors of their completely insignificant life. It works as a self-healing: some crisp, clean air, a look at the kinematic landscapes, and natural water-saturated minerals.


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SELJANDSFOSS waterfall – the first on our journey, it is fed with melting water from the famous Eyjafjallajokull volcano

The 2010 volcano has erupted and spread into the atmosphere a huge cloud of volcanic ash, causing the airspace to close, interrupted airplanes.

SELJANDSFOSS waterfall – the first on our journey, it is fed with melting water from the famous Eyjafjallajokull volcano

Once upon a time, ice-covered volcanoes were thunder and the earth cut the waterways to the ocean

This has caused this, and many other Icelandic waterfalls. Take a look at the 62 meter strong Skogafoss. You can climb up the staircase to the observation deck, which runs along the slopes above the water (from where the panoramic view opens) or enjoy the fresh breeze, the fog and the rainbow of the company at the bottom. Pss … Legend says that one inhabitant hid a chest full of gold behind waterfall!

Black sand, fog and fairy tales about trolls and sea monsters, the beach describing the words is called Reynisfjara – black beach

On the island this is the driest and humid place on Iceland, instead of the windy beach, the volcanic beach is gothic. At the very bottom of the hill, there are incredible columns like the church organs. Looking west, you will see the trolls of the town of Vick, three ugly tower chimneys that resemble Icelandic triplets brothers trolls from fairy tales. On the coast there are caves made of cooled lava. CAUTION! Area supervises the small bird with brightly-colored spikes puffins, and the waves “AMBUSH” can take you to deep ocean depths.

Black sand, fog and fairy tales about trolls and sea monsters, the beach describing the words is called Reynisfjara – black beach

On the island this is the driest and humid place on Iceland, instead of the windy beach, the volcanic beach is gothic. At the very bottom of the hill, there are incredible columns like the church organs. Looking west, you will see the trolls of the town of Vick, three ugly tower chimneys that resemble Icelandic triplets brothers trolls from fairy tales. On the coast there are caves made of cooled lava. CAUTION! Area supervises the small bird with brightly-colored spikes puffins, and the waves “AMBUSH” can take you to deep ocean depths.

Try to pronounce Fjaðrárgljúfur. This darkly scenic canyon is cut off from river Fjärra two million years old!

At the end of the ice age, nine thousand years ago, the glacier retreated, resulting in a magnificent valley with hard rocks. The hiking trail continues few kilometers away alongside the biggest canyon in Iceland. Path with many places look at the stones, collapses and of course take a selfie to your Instagram page;)

Try to pronounce Fjaðrárgljúfur. This darkly scenic canyon is cut off from river Fjärra two million years old!

At the end of the ice age, nine thousand years ago, the glacier retreated, resulting in a magnificent valley with hard rocks. The hiking trail continues few kilometers away alongside the biggest canyon in Iceland. Path with many places look at the stones, collapses and of course take a selfie to your Instagram page;)

This is the Skaftafell Glacier – the biggest “ice cube” in Europe

A jewel of the Vatnajökull National Park crown, covering the breathtaking mountain peaks and glacial arrays. This is a most favorite tourist desert in the Iceland: over 500 000 visitors are surprised by the fairy tale waterfalls, tornado winds swirled birch forests, water generated river waves over black dunes and the glittering blue white Vatnajökull glacier tongue lined by scary scars. Attending this place, you will find yourself the smallest planet creature. Through the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, light blue glaciers lands in the cold Atlantic ocean. In the water, icebergs can stay up to 5 years drifting and slowly melting…

In Iceland you can‘t see just a stunning lake. No, he must be inside the volcano

And sometimes this is not enough, so Mother Nature has prepared for you Kerid volcanic lake. He sits in volcano about 6500 years surrounded with rare red rocks. Without light sapphire water caldera slopes are almost completely covered with red volcanic rocks. If the lake was not gorgeous enough, there is one, less steep slope, covered with rich green moss. From the top, the view appears like there was a recent bombing on this land, but it is one of the 100 Icelandic active volcanoes job. In ancient times, the land in these places spontaneously exploded and exploded. In ancient times this place was so noisy, everything fired and exploded.

One of Iceland’s most famous and most visited tourist destinations is geyser grove, with its original hot water channel

About an hour drive from the capital – Reykjavik and here you are. This area was discovered 800 years ago and is called the Haukadalur geothermal region. In Europe, geysers settled only on the harshest and most remote island, you will not see them anywhere else on the continent … This geyser is the second largest in the world, it can strike up to 80 meters height. You will only need to wait for 5-10 minutes to see the spectacular 300-degree hot white water pillar shoots from the depths of the earth. Stand down only if you would like a boiling water shower. Sulfur (smell like rotten eggs) steam will help you hold on from strong hangover.

The most famous waterfall in Iceland Gullfoss, has an impressive double cascade (2 in 1)

Water drops even 32 meters down the wall in the groove, which flows further into the Atlantic Ocean. On sunny days fog creates glittering rainbows, as well as winter, the cold overflows the water and turns the waterfall into a huge drainage. Due to the gray, wet days, the fog can wrap a second cascade, which makes the waterfall look tiny. Although this is a great place for your eyes, the remote location still allows you to feel the inexplicable of nature that has worked for thousands years in this landscape. Once this place belonged to the local farmer, he was offered an impressive amount with which he refused and did not sell his “FRIEND”. Local capitalists would hide this natural creation and you would see hydroelectric power plant instead this beauty … Now it is a natural reserve.

Bruarfoss falls, I named it Scorpio falls. You can imagine a worn out poisonous tail a sting, a wide knife and a muzzle that is eaten by a waterfall that flows through the area, water releases poison to the world

By the way, this artwork has been called the most beautiful waterfall in the country. It is one of the most remote and hard tov reach wildlife in Iceland. From the main road, you will have to look for an appropriate pedestrian walkway and an maze for about half an hour. There were moments when I felt completely lost, I did not understand the paths of raids and lost paths of tourists. What you will see when you reach your goal will be worthwhile and will remain memorable for all your life. Enjoy the romantic evening with the natural surroundings, and make an exceptional photo shoot from the bridge.