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Day One: Lunar Landscapes: Keflavik - Blue Lagoon - Reykjavik.
It is really exciting to have arrived in Iceland, this place feels like nowhere else that we have ever visited before. The scenery is beyond epic and it is impossible not to be amazed constantly at the raw power and force of the earth beneath us. We arrived in Keflavik at …
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All - you know, every day that we are in Iceland it feels as though it is the "BEST" day!!!! Although none of them really outdo the others, Day 7 was all the amazing things about Iceland put in to one HUGE day!!!!!!
We started out the morning on our much-anticipated Ice Jeep Tour. It was Richard and me and our two new ...
... be a stop in Borgarnes where you can either visit the Icelandic Settlement Center or the local geothermal swimming pool.Today, the guide will give you some practical tips of how to photograph the Auroras as part of the Northern Lights Academy program. Naturally, once darkness falls, you are out and about chasing the Northern Lights which is most pleasant while soaking in the hotel's outdoor hot tubs.
On the way we will stop in Borgarnes where you will be able to make ...
Nearby, Hraunfossar is a series of waterfalls pouring from beneath a one kilometre wide lava field. Barnafoss – English: the Children's Falls, is another waterfall nearby which has its own tragic tale. The afternoon will include a lecture about the northern lights. After dinner, there will be a guided walk in search of the northern lights followed by ...
Today we visited Deildartunguhver - the biggest hot spring in Europe. The naturally flowing 97 degree celsius water pumps out 180 litres of 97 degree water per second. The water is piped 364 Km's away to heat two towns. We then visit an ancient hot pot, once the personal bathing site of Snorri Sturluson - the biographer of the Icelandic sagas. An ...