The one that named them all - this famous hot spring gave its name to all geysers in the world.
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…
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…
The beauty of this waterfall is simply stunning and something you will remember for life.
Located in the Grímsnes area, Kerið is a part of the Golden Circle, a popular scenic route in southern Iceland.
Located not far from the village of Vík, this small peninsula with cliffs is a protected area.
If you are following the popular Golden Circle route, you should not miss Brúarfoss.
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…
A plane crashed on Sólheimasandur beach on Saturday, Nov 24, 1973, and its remains can be still found here today.
Visit the hot springs surrounded by the untouched nature and enjoy a small geyser erupting every 5 seconds.
This canyon, probably formed at the end of the last Ice Age, is definitely worth the trip.
The stream of the Öxará river falling to the Almannagjá gorge is one of the main attractions of Þingvellir National Park.
Located near the town of Thorlakshofn, this lava tube is often decorated with ice, thanks to the cold air that gets trapped in here.
If you want to make sure you'll see a geyser erupt, come to see this one – one of the most reliable geysers of them all that erupts every…
Seljavallalaug is a protected 25-metre outdoor pool in southern Iceland.
Also called Faxi waterfall. If you go to Þingvellir, you shouldn't miss this gem.
A popular hiking area. Enjoy natural hot baths and beautiful sceneries in this valley north of Hveragerði.
With the height of 122 meters, Háifoss is the third highest waterfall in Iceland.
Þingvallavatn, anglicised as Thingvallavatn, is a rift valley lake in southwestern Iceland.
This tiny village with only 120 inhabitants is the place where many travellers stop to refresh themselves or sleep during their long trips.
Gljúfrafoss or Gljúfrabúi is a small waterfall north of the larger falls of Seljalandsfoss in Iceland.