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Glaciers in Iceland

Diamond Beach
Previous Next Basic Information A soothing and gentle breeze that whispers in your ears and rustles through the hair, calmness amidst the roaring see waves...
Langjökull
Previous Next Basic Information The second-largest Icelandic glacier, Langjökull, is located in west Iceland. The name Langjökull means “long glacier”, and it is truly a...
Mýrdalsjökull
Previous Next Basic Information Mýrdalsjökull glacier is Iceland’s fourth largest ice cap. Mýrdalsjökull is a larger-than-life glacier located in the South of the Icelandic highlands....
Hofsjökull
Basic Information Hofsjökull glacier is located in the highlands of Iceland. Hofsjokull houses the largest volcano in the country. Hofsjokull is the toughest glacier to...
Vatnajökull
Previous Next Basic Information Largest Glacier in Europe. You cannot think of a better place than Iceland to spot jaw-dropping locations such as Vatnajokull glacier....
Svínafellsjökull
Previous Next Basic Information The fact that Iceland is called the land of ice and fire is backed by two main geological attributes of the...
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...
Snæfellsjökull
Basic Information Glacier Covered Volcano Center of the Earth.  Considered a sweet escape from the daily hustle and bustle of life, Iceland has magnificent surprises...
Eyjafjallajokull
Previous Next Basic Information Iceland, this heavenly place never fails to surprise the visitors, travel enthusiasts, or the environmentalists across the world. Iceland is a...
Sólheimajökull
Previous Next Basic Information Sólheimajökull Glacier, located along the southern region of Iceland ring road, is a part of mighty Myrdalsjokull Glacier. Open sky, wide...
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...
Fjallsárlón
Fjallsárlón is an iceberg lagoon located at the south end of Vatnajökull, Europe’s biggest glacier. It is the ideal destination for a serene getaway to relax amidst the beauty of nature. The lagoon offers mesmerizing close-up views of the Fjallsjokull glacier. Fjallsárlón lagoon comprises of astonishing melting icebergs which have recently fallen from the glacier. Being smaller in size than its big brother Jökulsárlón lagoon, this glacial lagoon lets you get pretty close to the ice cap.
Jökulsárlón
Previous Next Basic Information An icy wonder in the southern fragment of the Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland, there is the majestic Jökulsárlón, translating directly to...
Skaftafell
Previous Next Established as a National Park with an area of 500 square km, Skaftafell expanded twice and became a part of Vatnajökull National Park....

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