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...more
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Iceland is very expensive. So, be well prepared for whatever you'll need on your trip!
Dyrholaey (west of Vik) is the southernmost point of mailand Iceland. It was formed during an interglacial period in a submarine eruption. This is what the guide book says though I've no idea what a submarine eruption is!Haidrangur (56 m a.s.l.) is the highest rock stacks.more
Ingólshöfði, bird paradise More to the eastside stay on mainroad Nr.1.. After about 160kms you will see a board on the right side, with the name Ingólshöfði. There are fully organised guided tours to the coast, where you can see hundreds of puffins (even touch them!) squababies squas etc etc. As an extra, the icelandic guide will tell you stories...more