Tag: Southern Iceland

Skógar Valley: Skógafoss And A Dozen More Enchanted Waterfalls

Skógafoss is one of the iconic waterfalls of Southern Iceland. It’s a busy place. But lesser people know that it’s also an entrance to an enchanted valley of a dozen more waterfalls: Skógar Valley. We’ve already written a post about our favorite canyons in Iceland, and Skógar Valley has its place on that list. It…
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3 Amazing Natural Hot Pools In Iceland

Iceland has a world-famous hot pool: the Blue Lagoon. While we visited it, enjoyed its baby blue water and the views of the surrounding lava field on Reykjanes Peninsula, it was not our favorite hot pool in Iceland. Our favorites were the natural hot pools we explored on our way around the island. If it…
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Icy Wonderland: Jökulsárlón & Fjallsárlón Glacier Lagoons, Iceland

One of the most iconic sights in Iceland is baby blue Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon – and for a good reason. However, it has a lesser known brother that would deserve some fame, too: Fjallsárlón. We show you why they are so spectacular – in pictures. So right by the famous Ring Road in Southern Iceland,…
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Þingvellir National Park, The Home Of The World’s First Parliament

One of the main stops on a traditional Golden Circle tour in Southern Iceland: Þingvellir National Park. Both its history and geology makes it unique in the world, and it’s an exciting and beautiful place to visit. Þingvellir is the national symbol of Iceland today. A national park since 1930 and a UNESCO World Heritage…
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Southern Iceland: 7 Days Itinerary

Visiting Iceland was one of our biggest dreams. Once we actually started planning our trip, we decided we want to spend enough time there to explore it thoroughly. In general, that’s an unreachable goal. 😀 So we made it a bit more specific: we wanted to spend some time in all the regions of Iceland…
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