• Winter in Iceland

    by  • April 2, 2016 • - Europe / Scandinavia, Travel + Places • 0 Comments



    For a someone who normally prefers the city, coming to Iceland is a rare occurrence, if not an exception. I didn’t know what I was missing.

    sunset in Ásborgir, South Iceland


    Goðafoss, North Iceland


    Akureyri, capital of North Iceland


    Djúpivogur fishing village – East Iceland


    Fáskruðsfjörður, East Iceland – main hub for French fishermen in late 19th century


    Vatnajökull glacier


    Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon


    Northern lights, Kalfafell


    moss covered lava field, South Iceland


    Þingvellir National Park, South Iceland


    Skógafoss waterfall


    Reynisfjara black sand beach, South Iceland




    Many times, I felt as if I’m in a different world. I know I’ve barely scratched the surface with my few days’ tour.

    I came to Iceland hoping to see the northern lights.

    What I found was incredible beauty. Many stunning views, breathtaking moments…I ran out of superlatives to describe its amazing landscape.

    And I met some wonderful people along the way (ten to be exact, including our awesome tour guide – Helgi).

    I couldn’t have asked for more.



    our tour guide: Helgi Gudmundsson (email: helgigud@mi.is )

    Stopover in Reykjavik

    Iceland tourism information

    What to wear in winter in Iceland


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