The North’s answer to the Blue Lagoon, the Mývatn Nature Baths are an ideal spot to stop to soak weary muscles in soothing geothermal waters. The water temperature is maintained between 38° and 40°C once it is cooled from its natural temperature of 130°C. Don’t forget to order a good cocktail directly from the water and to enjoy the magnificent view on the Myvatn lake! 😍
Dettifoss is fed by the powerful glacier river Jökulsá á Fjöllum which flows from the largest glacier in Europe, Vatnajökull. The thunderous falls has an average waterflow of 193 metres cubed per second (6,186 cubic feet). It is 100 metres (330 feet) wide and plummets 45 metres (150 feet) down into Jökulsárgljúfur canyon. And make you feel so small... 😣
The gentle giants, it’s an experience difficult to explain with words but be there, few meters away from this fantastic creatures let you understand how much stupid is the human kind. Stop whale hunt! Save this wonderful creatures! 🐋❤️
Goðafoss waterfall is located in the river Skjálfandafljót in north Iceland, the fourth largest river in Iceland. It is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the country, falling from a height of 12 metres over a width of 30 metres.
Glaumbær farm is a special place, the small tour that you can take inside this 18th century turf farmhouse explains you how they lived here. Looks impossible with this climate stay here without any comforts.
Not too far from Reykjavik there is another piece of the Golden Circus, the geyser of Strokkur. Every 7/10 minutes it shows us its power throwing a column of water into the sky at an highest of more than 25 meters! 😲
And after many years finally I visited Iceland! A country where nature gifts us some of the best landscapes worldwide, rich of waterfalls, black sand beach, geysers and glaciers... My adventure starts from here: Reykjavík happy and exited for what I’ll see in the next days! 🤩