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Fjallsarlon

Fjallsarlon

Fjallsárlón is a glacier lagoon just West of Jökulsárlón. Unlike Jökulsárlón, Fjalsárlón has no direct access to the ocean, so there are no seals or tides, this also means that the water is not as fresh and reflects the soft brown of the lagoon floor as it is scraped...
Öxarárfoss at þingvellir

Öxarárfoss at þingvellir

Öxarárfoss waterfall falls between the continental plates at þingvellir National Park. The park is a UNESCO heritage site which hold many historical claims. þingvellir means “Parliamentary Plains” and as the name suggests, the location hosted the Earliest...
Seljalandsfoss Waterfall

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall

Seljalandsfoss Seljalandsfossis famous for being the waterfall you can walk behind.This feature gives Seljalandsfoss a great photography advantage. Viewing a waterfall from 360 degrees gives you infinite composition possibilities.From the road it can look uninviting,...
Puffin Map

Puffin Map

If you come to Iceland in the Summer, there are plenty of opportunities to see the Icelandic Puffin (Arcticus Fraternitus). Hopefully this map will point you in the right direction. Puffins nest in cliffs to take advantage of the protection. Numbers have dwindled in...
Kleifarvatn

Kleifarvatn

Kleifarvatn On the South West peninsular of Reykjanes lies a unique lake called Kleifarvatn. Kleifarvatn is a fairly large lake by Icelandic standards. It used to be the deepest lake in Iceland until some large holes were discovered in Jökulsarlon. Kleifavatn is in an...

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