In our Iceland adventure, the southern coast started to look more barren and wild (to our joy!), filled with dormant volcanoes and ancient lava fields. Therefore, on the road to Vík, a dwelling with no more than 15000 inhabitants, we...
Fjaðrárgljúfur is a massive canyon, 100 meters deep and 2 kilometers long, carved by the Fjaðrá river since the last ice age 9000 years ago. It is theorized that the canyon was formed by the progressive erosion of the...
When it comes to landscape beauties, every country has its own Beauty and the Beast. In Iceland, if the Beast is Dettifoss waterfall, the Beauty is surely the Goðafoss waterfall, part of the Ring Road itinerary. Located midway between Akureyri and Myvatn,...