Iceland Circumnavigate 2017 travel blog


Geothermal Power Plant


Thermal pit for boiling eggs

Spouting geyer in the Geothermal Park

Making bread in the natura geothermal oven



Thermal water runoff





















South Penninsula landscape

Volcanic Lava Center




Volcano E-15






Farmhouse under E-15


Eruption of Eyafjallajokull Volcano 2010

Solheimajokull Glacier







Glacial Calving











Reynisfjara Black Sea


Reynisdrangar Basalt Columns














Puffin Cliffs at Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach


















Skogar Folk Village and Museum






Skogafoss Waterfall





Seljalandsfoss Waterfall






Skogar Folk Village

Skogafoss Waterfall


Skogar Folk Museum





Whale Gallbladder







Seljalandsfoss Waterfall





Behid Seljalandsfoss Waterfall





The south shore of Iceland is perhaps one of the prettiest and most rugged areas in all of Iceland. The landscape is dotted with volcanoes in every direction, fantastic waterfalls dressed with single and double rainbows, dark black sandy beaches with phenomenal basaltic rock columns, and wild seas, sea stacks, as well as fabulous puffin colonies. Our journey started in Rekjavik, included Seljalanofoss Waterall, Skogafoss Waterfall, Eyjafjallajokull Glacier and Volcano, Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach, Solheimajokull Lake and Glacier, and Skogar Folk Museum. A full day of adventure, with breath-taking beauty in every direction. Not to be missed and the perfect completion of our journey around Iceland.

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