The small and sleepy fishing town of Grundarfjordur makes its home on the ice-caked edge of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, where some of West Iceland’s most curious coastal formations edge their way up to the waters of the Greenland Sea.
A tiny fishing village nestled within a sheltered cove in northern Iceland, Husavik is quickly earning a reputation as one of the best spots in Europe for whale watching. The most common species spotted from the tour boats include minke, humpback and blue whales as well as white-beaked dolphin and harbor porpoise.
Thingvellir National Park
You’ve probably already heard of this region as it’s the park where you’ll find Silfra Fissure, Gulfoss, Geysir, Öxarárfoss, abandoned farm ruins, and fields of lava rock.
Admire the Dynjandi Waterfall
Dynjandi is known for being one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Westfjords part of Iceland and is situated on the Dynjandivogur Bay. The waterfall gives way to lots of smaller waterways as you ascend to its location before you finally see the main event, the raging waters of Dynjandi.
Stroll Down the Beaches of the South
Iceland’s South Coast is one of its most popular sightseeing routes, and a region everyone should consider when deciding what to do in Iceland. While its waterfalls, glaciers and volcanoes are beautiful, however, it is the beaches here that make it truly unique.
Go Horseback Riding
The Icelandic Horse is, arguably, the country’s most famous four-legged resident. Instantly recognisable for its diminutive stature, short legs and muscular build, this isolated breed is famed for its reliability, resistance to the harsh natural elements and its five gaits.
The Snæfellsnes peninsula in west Iceland is often referred to as “Iceland in miniature” because of the great variety of geological marvels it contains—in fact, a day tour of the peninsula will allow you to see and experience many of Iceland’s most sought out natural wonders.
The northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, are among the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland. Auroras are linked to solar wind, a flow of ions radiating from the sun.
Vestmannaeyjar, known as Westman islands in English is home to some of the largest puffin colonies in the world. But of course, The Westman Islands are also home to spectacular scenery and remote wilderness.
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