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Stakkholtsgjá
Previous Next Basic Information Stakkholtsgjá is located in the Southern part of the Icelandic Highlands.  Located on your way to Þórsmörk Nature Reserve. It takes...
Stuðlagil Canyon
Previous Next Basic Information Located in East Iceland Until recently, Stuðlagil canyon remained hidden from the outside world. One of the most popular travel destination...
Brúarhlöð
Previous Next Basic Information Iceland is a place of extreme geological contrasts and there is no doubt why this place has been titled “The Land...
Múlagljúfur Canyon
Múlagljúfur Canyon along with Hangandifoss and Múlafoss waterfalls are listed amidst the most scenic attractions of Iceland that are sure to leave you awestruck but...
Lambafellsgjá
Basic Information 1 hour easy hike. Hidden Gem. Favorite among locals. Perfect for families.  Small Parking lot 1 kilometers from the fissure.  GPS: 63.95725, -22.07975 For...
Nauthúsagil
Basic Information The sublime beauty of Icelandic terrains is cherished by the explorers and locals alike. With majestic waterfalls, ice-capped mountains, clear as day water...
Sigöldugljúfur
Previous Next Basic Information 4wd car required Parking lot Located in the Highlands of Iceland. GPS: 64.15787, -19.12532 A short hike is required before you...
Vatnajökull National Park
Previous Next Basic Information Largest National Park in Europe. 13% of the land of Iceland.  Houses the largest glaciers, highest mountain, and most powerful waterfalls...
Jökulsárgljúfur
Previous Next Basic Information Another one of many miracles of nature in Iceland, Jökulsárgljúfur canyon is 25 kilometers long and 500 meters wide. The height...
Fjaðrárgljúfur
Previous Next Basic Information Iceland is one of the most beautiful places on Earth and the reasons are infinite. Iceland is thoughtfully named as a...
Ásbyrgi
Previous Next Basic Information A remarkable horseshoe-shaped canyon, Ásbyrgi is surrounded by extremely high cliffs. This glacial canyon draws the attention of a large number...
Þakgil
Previous Next Basic Information Þakgil & Remundargil Canyons are the two hidden gems in the southern region of Iceland. Located in lush green steep valleys,...
Þórsmörk
Previous Next Basic Information Not that there is a scarcity of place to experience and witness the wonderful natural phenomenon, athletic activities like hiking, visiting...
Kolugljúfur
Basic Information A hidden gem along the main road, the Ring Road of Iceland, Kolugljúfur canyon houses many beautiful waterfalls. Sculptured perfectly with a cluster...
Glymur
If you are planning to visit Iceland’s Glymur Waterfall then trust us, it is undoubtedly going to be one of your best hiking trips ever. The cliffs, river crossings, unusual natural backdrop, and beautiful clear clouds await you! When in Iceland, Glymur Waterfall Hike is something you can not afford to miss. It is the second-highest waterfall in Iceland and is a very popular tourist destination. Glymur Waterfall, is 198 meters tall, and the second highest waterfall in Iceland.
Gljúfrabúi
Previous Next Basic Information Waterfalls have been nature’s most beautiful and awe-inspiring creations for ages. People from all over the world travel miles just to...
Rauðfeldsgjá
Rauðfeldsgjá gorge is a hidden paradise inside a mountain on Snæfellsnes Peninsula in west Iceland.
Hafrahvammagljúfur
Previous Next Basic Information Hidden Gem in East Iceland GPS: 64.95722, -15.77935 4×4 car is required to get to the canyon – see below what...

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