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Iceland is known as the Land of Fire and Ice Why? Geologically it has everything from volcanoes to glaciers. This island is located just below the Artic Circle it is also home to part of the Mid Atlantic Ridge of the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. It's a landscape paradise for photographers for capturing out of this world images, as well as Hollywood studios filming the latest Sci Fi movies. There are so many natural wonders to see on this small Island, that it will make you want to come back often.
We travelled around Iceland for 10 days along the famous ring road. Some highlights for me included the opportunity to fly over the Icelandic Highlands in a helicopter, taking the Diamond Circle route to see the powerful Dettifoss waterfall and hiking to see the iconic Svartifoss waterfall. I only got a glimpse of what Iceland had to offer and will make plans to go back soon.
Flying over Iceland and landing on a glacier and geothermal area
Visiting Vatnajökull Glacier, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon & Diamond beach
Amazing waterfalls and volcanic lava formations along this popular route
The famous Svartifoss waterfall in Skaftafell National Park
Exploring the costal landscapes and wildlife at Snæfellsnes Peninsula
On the lookout for Puffins in stormy conditions on the South coast
Amazing waterfalls around the Golden Circle route
Catching a glimpse of Humpback whales on Eyjafjörður
Architecture and food in Iceland's capital city
Visiting the abandoned Navy Douglas Super DC-3 plane