Nomad Travel Photos of Iceland | Explore The Nomad Way
If you love nature, exploring Iceland is a must. It's primarily volcanic with active volcanoes, geysers and glaciers that have cut pathways through huge mountains. The air is clean, the landscape is surreal and it's not overcrowded like many other places are. If you can, rent a car and allow a couple of weeks to circumnavigate the country via the 'Ring Road'. You'll find thousands of waterfalls, warm rivers, black sand beaches and geothermal pools. Don't miss:
- Reykjavík - The capital of Iceland and where most if its residents live, there are great museums, shopping and a great 'cafe' vibe.
- Reykjadalur Hot Spring - A scenic walk that leads to a warm 'river'. Take a dip anywhere along the river that suits the temperature you want and relax.
- Seljalandsfoss - One of Iceland's best-known waterfalls, it's 65 meters tall and you can even walk behind it.
- Reynisfjara Beach - A black sand beach on the South Coast with powerful waves and fascinating Reynisdrangar sea stacks.
- Skaftafellsjökull - A stunning glacier tongue spurting off from Iceland's largest ice cap.
- Jökulsárlón - A glacial lagoon with blue water and and floating icebergs. Keep an eye out for the friendly seals.
- Seydisfjordur - A scenic small town known as the heart of culture, heritage and hospitality of East Iceland.
- Mývatn - A stunning volcanic lake in the north of the country with Nature Baths, mountains, hot-springs and much more.
- Hvitserkur - A fascinating 15m high basalt stack that has the appearance of a dragon who is drinking.
- Kirkjufell & Kirkjufellsfoss - A 463m mountain and waterfall that is one of the most photographed spots in Iceland.
- Hellissandur - Once an important fishing post, it's now classified as Iceland's home of street art.
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