This cliff is 110 meters tall and it have a shape of arch and it is so big that boat can go inside it!!! So it explain the name of Dyrholaey: Island-hill of the door". On the cliff there is a nice lighthouse.
Skogafoss waterfall is near the city of Skoga and with its 60 m. tall it is the most short waterfall of the twelve that you meet in the Fimmvorduhals River. A legend say that a colon call Prasi hide a booty near this fall, but people don't find it yet. Maybe if you can!!!!
The whitest part of the glacier. The glacier is memorable because of its color; very unlike those I've seen in Switzerland, New Zealand & Canada.
Sometimes, contrasts in life are so much more interesting than the likes!
Climb up to this hill, use your 4wd wagon, and you will see, how the End of the World looks like. Then look back to see the mountains and at their top the snow and the glaciers. See how puffins are flying right before your eyes, so you could reach them.
I must say, that was the happiest and most harmonic day of 2000 for me.
This pic is made by a Czech girl Daniela. So courtesy of...
This beach has black vulcanic sand. So it ain't a Baywatch. Better Birdwatch, couse at this place you could find some puffins, artic terns and great squas fighting. Very funny, It's really like a David Attenborough movie!
Reynisdrangur are 3 tall rocks call Skessudrangar, Landdrangar and Langhamrar and birds fly over them! The most high tall rock is 60 meters.
This "small" waterfall are situated inside Seljaland Farm and it is very nice! People can go behind the waterfall but you must pay attention because there is a lot of water that fall down.
Near Skogar - Skogafoss & Seljalandafoss are 2 great waterfalls, the latter you can walk behind.
In Vik, walk up Reynisfjall, a cliff with fantastic views.
The first glacier we visited in Iceland. It's not white but more like black from where we stood. Strange sight!
Seljalandsfoss: Another waterfall about 27 km (17 m.) from Skogafoss.
Here, you can follow a downhill path & walk behind the fall.
Skogafoss: 60 m / 200 ft high.
Here is probably the greenest part of Iceland with lush vegetation, towering mountains & beautiful waterfalls.
There are 3 vulcanic rocks in the ocean near Vík. There's an old story about them, that they were once trolls but turned to stone as the sun came up.