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South coast of Iceland

How can you not believe in fairies after visiting Iceland? The nature of this island is out of this earth. There is no reasonable explanation except for magic.

As most places of Iceland, the south coast is not to miss. You can walk behind the waterfall Seljalandsfoss, explore the wreck of a plane from WWII on a black beach, walk on a glacier, you can admire the picturesque waterfall Skogafoss and you can pretend you’re on another planet by the basalt formations on the black beach in Vik.

Here is a map of the road from Reykjavik to Vik, driving past all the amazing sightseeings mentioned above.

And of course there are lots of tour buses going that route for those of you who prefer that option.

It costs around 13000-18000 ISK (98-136 USD/ 88-122 EUR)

 

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A tiny house build into a mountain wall

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Skogafoss

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Plane from WWII

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The Glacier used to reach the place from where this photo was taken

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Seljalandsfoss

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Black beach

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Basalt formations on the Black Beach

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Basalt formations up close

 

 

Eco warrior from Sweden traveling full time Former jetsetter who quit flying for the environment Plant based nature and hiking lover

Comments

  • 10th June 2015

    Woww – those pictures are gorgeous! I would love to visit Iceland, seems gorgeously amazing!!

  • 16th June 2015

    Stunning photos, looks like a beautiful place!

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  • 16th June 2015

    Wow! Absolutely beautiful.

  • 29th July 2015

    Min nästa drömresa går till Island! Verkar vara så sjukt fint där!

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