Seljavellir – Iceland’s Secret Thermal Springs

Icelanders love their natural hot springs and have been bathing out in the thermal springs for hundreds of years.  Taking advantage of the year long warm waters the Icelanders socialize out in the warm pools as a national pastime.  Many great places to enjoy the springs are all over the island. The Blue Lagoon is a…

Reynisfjara Beach – Vik, Iceland

On Iceland’s south coast, about two and a half hours south east of Reykjavik by car, you will find the world famous black sand beaches of Reynisfjara near the town of Vik.  Nearby sights are the famous black beaches, columnar basalt formations and the frozen troll towers jutting from the sea providing a dramatic backdrop…

Skaftafell, Glacier Iceland

Skaftafell is the islands largest glacier and sits over the middle of the south coast to the north Hof and all the way up and over to drip down toward the top of Hofn. It’s breathtaking and refreshing and unparalleled in its magnitude. If you visit Iceland you must climb Skaftafell! In Mid September we…

Iceland’s Stunning South Coast

Geysers erupt, exploded volcanoes produce kaleidoscope of a crater lakes and magmic wastelands. Glaciers grind across the center of the island flowing down to the Atlantic sea. Tectonic plates pull apart making riffs across large swaths of an ancient meeting point for the islands democratic justice   Mountains and volcanoes strut out of the distance producing amazing waterfalls that flow into river and streams down through the valleys, over the grasslands and between ancient lava wastelands. Icebergs float in lagoons made from glacial melts and ice washes up on jet black beaches in purely clear diamond like chunks.  An enormous amount of the islands sights can be seen between Reykjavik and Hofn