The one that named them all - this famous hot spring gave its name to all geysers in the world.
Skógafoss is one of the biggest waterfalls in the country. Located near the village of Skógar, this waterfall is 25 metres wide and its top…
This is one of the most famous and scenic waterfalls in the country. The best part of this 60-metre-high waterfall is that you can go behind…
Located in the Grímsnes area, Kerið is a part of the Golden Circle, a popular scenic route in southern Iceland.
A wonderful geothermal spa and a natural wonder, located in a lava field. Bathing here is simply fabulous and also great for your health.
Built in 1986, this architectural gem and a famous landmark of Reykjavik will take your breath away.
A unique beach with black sand. This place is a must if you want to take truly unusual photographs, alongside the lava columns rising out of…
Located not far from the village of Vík, this small peninsula with cliffs is a protected area.
This canyon, probably formed at the end of the last Ice Age, is definitely worth the trip.
If you are following the popular Golden Circle route, you should not miss Brúarfoss.
The beauty of this waterfall is simply stunning and something you will remember for life.
Set in the Vatnajökull National Park, Dettifoss is estimated to be the most powerful waterfall in Europe.
This soothing bath will help you relax and improve your health, thanks to the minerals in the water. A great experience.
Up until 2011, Glymur was regarded as the tallest waterfall in Iceland but then, Morsárjökull was newly measured and pushed Glymur into 2nd…
Also called the Waterfall of the Gods, this waterfall is truly impressive - the water of the river falls from a height of 12 metres, over a…
Located on the waterfront of Reykjavik, Sólfar is a modern sculpture by a famous Icelandic sculptor, Jón Gunnar Árnason.
Deildartunguhver is the most powerful hot spring in Europe and as such, it is definitely worth visiting.
A plane crashed on Sólheimasandur beach on Saturday, Nov 24, 1973, and its remains can be still found here today.
Hvitserkur is a 15-meter-tall sea stack resembling a drinking animal. People can't decide whether it looks most like a rhino, a dragon or an…
A unique place where you can cross a bridge between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates.
Grjótagjá is a small lava cave near lake Mývatn in Iceland. It has a thermal spring inside.