For the 4th and last day in Iceland we had picked up one of the main attractions of the island: the Blue Lagoon in Grindavik near Reykjavik.» Read the full blog post
Iceland » Travel Reports
Our travelogues from Iceland, the largest volcanic island in the world. The island offers numerous partly active volcanoes (e.g. Eyjafjallajökull, Vatnajökull or Öræfajökull), rivers, lakes, glaciers, ice caves (Vatnajökull) and waterfalls (e.g. Seljalandsfoss, Skógafoss, Dettifoss, Gullfoss) and is located on both the North American and Eurasian continental plate (National Park Thingvellir). Iceland has about 330,000 inhabitants and the capital is Reykjavik.
Already at 6.30 o’clock today we set off on the 180 km long way to the ice caves of Vatnajökull in the Skaftafell National Park. We had happened to see some pictures of the caves on the internet (The Most Breathtaking Natural Places In The World) and were so excited about it that we really wanted to see it.» Read the full blog post
Today we set the alarm clock at 9 o’clock and outside it was still dark. In December, the sun does not rise until after 12 o’clock in Iceland and already at 4 p.m. again. Not really long to take the Golden Circle route with the Geysir Strokkur.» Read the full blog post
9 months we were looking forward to this moment so much, and today we finally started for us – on to Reykjavik! The start of our 6 month world tour through 28 countries. If you look forward so incredibly for such a long time to a certain day, you can’t believe it when it’s finally there 🙂» Read the full blog post