As part of our four-day visit to Iceland, we hired a car from Geysir at Keflavik airport. We opted with this option, as opposed to getting buses and doing tours, as we wanted more freedom.
We wanted to stop when we wanted to stop, go off-piste, find some lesser-known places, do the Blue Lagoon at our own pace, and mostly just to have a more chilled trip.
The sheer power of this waterfall was felt some 1km away when we could still feel the water droplets landing on our faces. A must-visit place to add to your road trip adventure.
Skógafoss is one of the biggest waterfalls in Iceland, with a drop of 60 meters and a width of 25 meters, and you can walk right up to, but be prepared to be drenched, as we did.
Solheimajokull glacier is an approximately 11-km-long outlet glacier, which advances from Myrdalsjokull glacier, down a one to two km wide valley.
The wings & tail are missing, it’s full of holes, and the crumbling fuselage is covered with wind-blown black sand. Now it’s become a photography dream location!
Kerið is a striking volcanic crater lake filled with milky blue-green water amid stark black and deep red slopes.