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  • Dyrhólaey and Reynisdrangar

    Dyrhólaey is a 120-meter high promontory, a nature reserve, not far from the town of Vík. The place got its name from the massive arch that the sea has eroded from the headland. (The name literally means "door-hole"). When the sea is calm, big boats can sail through it. There has even been a maniacal daredevil pilot that flew through the arch with a small-craft airplane!  Off the shore are the Rey...

  • Eldgjá, The Fire Canyon

    Eldgjá is a volcanic canyon in Iceland. Eldgjá and the nearby Laki craters are part of the same volcanic system as Katla in the south of the country. Eldgjá means "fire canyon" in Icelandic. Situated between Landmannalaugar and Kirkjubæjarklaustur, the canyon is at its greatest 270m deep and 600m wide. The Ófærufoss waterfall falls through the canyon.

  • Eyjafjallajökull Glacier and Volcano

    The Eyjafjallajökull glacier is a 1666m high glacier-capped stratovolcano. It is one of the smaller glaciers of Iceland. It is situated to the north of Skógar and to the south and west of the bigger glacier Mýrdalsjökull. The icecap of the glacier covers a volcano (1666m in height) which has erupted relatively frequently since the Ice Age, most recently in 2010. The 2010 eruption caused the larges...

  • Fjallabak Nature Reserve

    The Fjallabak Nature Reserve was established in 1979. The Nature reserve is 47.000 hectares and is over 500 meters above sea level. The land is mountainous, sculptured by volcanoes and geothermal activity, covered by lava, sand, rivers and lakes. The desolate wilderness and tranquility are the main characteristics of the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, which thousands of travelers enjoy every year. Gues...

  • Gjáin, The Gorge in Thjorsardalur

    This beautiful natural phenomenum and oasis at the edge of the central highlands should not be passed by, if you are travelling in the Thjorsar Valley. The Red River (Rauda) cascades into and through this gorge and the surroundings are amply vegetated. River Thjorsa ran through before a dike was built between the mountains Sandafell and Skeljafell to redirect it.