Boiling volcanic mud with smell of rotten eggs
At Krýsuvík is a stunning and striking landscape. Dramatic yellow, red and green hills. Steaming volcanic vents. Boiling mud and a smell of rotten eggs due to the volcanic [...]
Fun in the Countryside
The nature in Iceland is amazing. It's a borderless freedom. The kids just can't stop running around up and down the hills. In the countryside is a lot of [...]
The Hidden Viking Treasure Beach
Skarðsvík On Snæfellsnes Peninsula close to the village Hellisandur is one of many Icelandic nature treasures. It is a golden beach like in the Caribeean. Golden Sand, aquamarine, turquoise [...]
Watch out for Elves in Iceland!
In Icelandic folklore, Elves are called Huldufólk (Hidden People). They are supernatural beings, who live in a parallel world. They live in nature, in big Rocks. They look and [...]
Africa Map in the Rock
Djúpalónssandur On the edge of the peninsula Snæfellsnes at the roots of the mighty glacier Snæfellsjökull we went down to the ocean at a place named Djúpalónssandur. As we [...]
Looking into a Volcano!
Kerið The Golden Circle is a popular route in South Iceland. It can be accomplished in one day. We drove ourselves and our first stop was the volcano Kerið. [...]
The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa nearby Grindavik and close to the international airport on the Reykjanes peninsula. It is in the middle of a volcanic landscape. The [...]
The Bridge between Continents
Iceland is a part of Europe. But geographically Iceland is located in both Europe and North America because the mid-Atlantic rift runs through Iceland and splits it in half. [...]
The Ghost trapped in the hot spring
Gunnuhver About 300 years ago there was a woman named Guðrún Önundardóttir, called Gunna. She was not a nice lady and many people thougt she was a witch. After [...]
The last Great Auk on Fire Island
Eldey, which means Fire Island, is a small Island off the coast off Reykjanes. It rises steep out of the ocean and is home to a large numbers of [...]
Amazing Midnight Sun!
We went for a drive in South Iceland. On the way you often see the steam from the hot springs coming out of the ground. [...]
Gullfoss and Geysir
In the Geysir area there are many geothermal hot springs all over. The boiling water bubbles out of the ground everywhere. Be careful not to walk outside the marked [...]