Travelling Around Iceland is the best way to see and photograph…
Spend a day or 2 in the North of Iceland. Flying to Akureyri cuts out 6 hours of car journey and puts you right in the heart of Iceland’s stunning Waterfalls. This Iceland Fly Drive can be booked on the fly with flexible dates to avoid a bad weather trip.
Hveravellir hot spring Hveravellir hot spring is a unique oasis in the stony deserts of Iceland’s interior. This oasis includes a campsite with basic services, an incredible hot pool with a constant Geothermal feed.
Godafoss waterfall is located in the North Central region of Iceland about 40 minutes drive from Akureyri and about 40 minutes from Mývatn lake. Goðafoss Waterfall is a dynamic waterfall with many great photography angles.
North Iceland tours aim to capture the brilliant Goðafoss waterfall in its Winter glory as well as other amazing features in the Myvatn area.
Book Akureyri day tours online.
Puffins can be seen in large numbers in some parts of Iceland. This puffin map will show your where you are most likely to see them
Dettifoss is the most powerful waterfall in Europe and just to feel the surrounding rocks in a constant state of vibration confirms this fact…
Hornstrandir is a nature reserve in the northern part of the West Fjords. Hornstrandir is perhaps the most remote part of Iceland, and because there are no roads it is not easily accessible.
Hvítserkur troll rock Iceland is a famous troll rock which sits just off the shore of the Vatnsness peninsular that looks like a Drinking Dragon.