When you hike or go for a walk in Iceland, you will walk on paths and trails used for centuries. Way back in time, the area around Northwest Westfjords Iceland at the Hornstrandir nature reserve, were used as well, like this old trail. Be safe and go there with a local guide, as you will have to be steady on your feet to cross. Iceland's nature look pretty much the same today, as when the first viking came and settled in Iceland.
Vik is Iceland’s southernmost village and faces the open Atlantic Ocean, framed by a long black volcanic sand beach. Less than 300 people live in Vik, but it is the biggest settlement for some 70km (43 mi). Click through to read why Vik Iceland is a MUST See!
You do not have to look very hard to find waterfalls in Iceland. They are literally everywhere; while driving around the island we unexpectedly ran into amazing waterfalls we didn’t even know were going to be there. Check out 15 of the BEST waterfalls in Iceland!