To see one of the best performances of nature, go north. Iceland is home to hundreds of visitors to witness the miracle of
Arctic and enjoy a meaningful harvest season.
Iceland attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year to admire the wonders of nature and immerse yourself in the winter recreation here.
Antarctica – the phenomenon of nature
Reykjavik is located in the northernmost part of Iceland, and you will be surprised to see the sun at midnight in summer and the moon in winter. The best thing is that you also have the opportunity to watch the night sky to the dawn, one of the beautiful images of nature. Normally, the aurora appears as a diffused light, or a curtain extends east-west. At some point, the aurora forms a quiet arc. The best time to contemplate the Arctic is from November to February, but one of the complications of the Arctic Pole is that they are completely unpredictable and very dependent on the weather.
Iceland’s fourth largest glacier, Sólheimajökull, is a tributary of the Mýrdalsjökull Glacier, which has original and original artifacts of nature, and is a must for those who like adventures. Get bogged down in the natural ice formation, pits and cliffs. The ice climb will last one hour, and you will have 3 hours of activity on the ice, so be ready for the cold. After climbing, on the way back to Reykjavik, stop for a glimpse of beautiful waterfalls, and admire one of Iceland’s most famous landmarks, the Skógafoss – a great reward for those who have climbed the trek. ice.
Explore gorgeous ice caves
Entering the cave in the Vatnajökull Glacier in Iceland, anyone feels like they are lost in the wonderland. The beauty of the shimmering, magic of the ice makes the eyes passionate because so beautiful. Inside the cave you’ll be able to admire gorgeous arches made entirely of ice cubes, frozen water bubbles that create beautiful shapes. The brilliant light reflected on the ice blocks creates the magical blue jade. This is the # 1 destination when it comes to Iceland in the winter and is an ideal place for photographers.
One of the most popular types of visitors of all ages is the observation of wildlife by boat from Reykjavik. It is possible to meet many different whales, dolphins and sea birds in their natural habitat.