Iceland Travel Guide - What To See - North East

Iceland Travel Guide | What To See

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Dettifoss Waterfall

Dettifoss Waterfall

Dettifoss Waterfall is the most powerful waterfall in Europe in terms of water volume. It is certainly an impressive sight. The average water flow i...

Ásbyrgi Canyon

Ásbyrgi Canyon

Ásbyrgi Canyon is a fabulous monument to the unforgiving power of nature. It is the Northernmost part of the Vatnajökull National Park. The canyon is ...

Húsavík Town

Húsavík Town

Húsavík is an attractive and a friendly town, located by the Skjálfandaflói Bay in north east Iceland and by many people, considered to be Iceland’...

Lake Mývatn

Lake Mývatn

Lake Mývatn or the „Lake of Midges“ as it translates and its surrounding area offer some of the most spectacular and scenic attractions in Iceland. I...

Hverfell Crater

Hverfell Crater

Hverfell, also known as Hverfjall is an impressive 130 meter deep cone shaped explosion crater with a diameter of one kilometre making it one of the l...

Mývatn Nature Baths

Mývatn Nature Baths

The Mývatn Nature baths first opened in 2004 offering a natural bathing experience in the tranquil environment of Lake Mývatn. The nature baths offer ...

Dimmuborgir

Dimmuborgir

Dimmuborgir "Dark Castles" is a vast area of strangely formed lava formations with a mysterious allure. Dimmuborgir is on the east side of Lake Mývat...

Námaskarđ Pass

Námaskarđ Pass

Námaskarđ Pass is an area of geothermal activity and offers boiling mud pools in various colors and amazing surroundings. Námaskarđ is on the mountain...

Krafla

Krafla

Krafla is a volcanic caldera located in the Mývatn
region and situated on the tectonic plate boundary between the North A...

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